mHealth Term - Wireless Monitoring
Definition: The use of mobile devices and sensors to track and transmit patient health data to a clinician, caregiver or call center.
Wireless monitoring circumvents some of the issues associated with older remote monitoring technology such as unwieldy equipment, fixed locations, and a lack of integration of different sensors.
Africa makes strides in m-health
"Using their cellphones, patients can be in touch with their doctors and receive instant advice on their condition. This development illustrates an important advance in both the use of mobile phone technology and its intersection with social responsibility... "
Definition: The map or plan of the network. The physical topology describes how the wires or cables are laid out, and the logical or electrical topology describes how the information flows.
The global push for health care technology continues . . .
"5 keys to making e-Health a reality":
"And so, for years now, discussions throughout the EU have focused on the potential for e-Health to reduce costs for healthcare systems while providing improved care for patients."