Health professionals and ICT for Health View more PowerPoint from Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva
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Citizens and ICT for Health in 14 EU countries: results from an online panel survey View more presentations from Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva.
Lately I have been designing, launching and gathering an online panel survey to a representative sample of Internet users in 14 European countries (approximately 14,000 responses). To ground the questionnaire I have developed a conceptual framework inspired and based on the two main sources. On the one hand, the Marmot Review team: Solar O &… Read more »
In a previous post entitled Benchmarking HIT Adoption in European Healthcare Organisations several challenges, including transparency, were mentioned. To tackle of those challenges, during the past few months I had the pleasure to collaborate with my colleague Cristiano Codagnone in the development of JRC Scientific and Technical Report entitled “A Composite Index for the Benchmarking… Read more »
In my last post about The economics of eHealth (I) I quoted OECD. (2010). Improving Health Sector Efficiency: The Role of Information and Communication Technologies. Health Policy Studies to point out that this study mentioned an absence, in general, of independent, robust monitoring and evaluation of programmes and projects to determine the actual payoff from… Read more »
Lately, I have been checking systematic literature reviews about Chronic Disease Management, Remote Monitoring and Treatment and Information and Communication Technologies: Whitten, P. S., Mair, F. S., Haycox, A., May, C. R., Williams, T. L., & Hellmich, S. (2002). Systematic review of cost effectiveness studies of telemedicine interventions. Bmj, 324(7351), 1434–1437. Louis, A. A., Turner,… Read more »