European Journal of ePractice: eHealth and Beyond

European Journal of ePractice: eHealth and Beyond
The European Journal of ePractice is a digital publication on eTransformation by ePractice.eu, a portal created by the European Commission to promote the sharing of good practices in eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion.

Editorial: eHealth and beyond
Zoi Kollitsi & Prof. Josep Roca


Articles:

  • Deploying Connected Health among the Actors on Chronic Conditions
    Angelo Rossi Mori, Marta Mazzeo & Simona D'Auria
  • Six Steps to Electronic Health Records Interoperability
    Dr. Georg Heidenreich & Dr. Pantelis Angelidis
  • Reflections on a Decade of eHealth The Second Stage in Healthcare Transformation
    David Lloyd Williams & Dr. Martin D. Denz
  • Medical Informatics 2040: Reengineering & Transforming Healthcare in the 21st Century
    Peter J. Groen & Douglas Goldstein
  • Decision Support Systems in Health Care: towards a Simulated Health System
    Efthymios Altsitsiadis, Birgit Hinrichs, Dr. Fotis Topouzis, Dr. Eggert Stockfleth & Dr. Konstantinos Pappas
  • Cameras in your living room, the next step in e-homecare?
    Griet Verhenneman
  • Acceptance of Virus Radar
    David. S. Stodolsky & C. N. Zaharia

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