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Best practice of "Internet+" hospital: seamless medical services across whole process

Li, W. (V.) and Yang, G. (2016) Best practice of "Internet+" hospital: seamless medical services across whole process. China Digital Medicine, 2016 (5). pp. 31-33. ISSN 1673-7571

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Abstract/Summary

Due to the "Internet+" environment represented by cloud computing, big data, mobile applications, the Internet of things, social media and other technologies, and the urgent need of improving the medical experience with new information technology by medical institutions, a large number of mobile medical applications emerge. However, these applications have serious homogeneity, confusing entry, failure to use medical core process and other problems. With poor experience, it is difficult to take advantage of the Internet in improving the medical service level. The hospital "Internet+" practice implementation method with the core of process is proposed. With the mobile Internet information technology, the hospital service flow is integrated, so as to realize efficient medical service. With the example of mobile Internet digital hospital of The Central Hospital of Wuhan, the value and effect of the seamless medical service with the core of the entire process in the hospital process optimization are summarized.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Business Informatics, Systems and Accounting
ID Code:69330
Publisher:China/Asia On Demand

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