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 17 results found for 'telemedicine'
Workstations, Healthcare, Medical Monitoring Kiosk
Healthcare workstations designed to allow healthcare professionals to remotely monitor patients suffering from common diseases by performing a set of pre-established physiologic tests. These units are placed in installations known as medical kiosks and operated by the healthcare staff (typically a registered nurse). The data and/or images obtained are then sent to a healthcare information system for further assessment. Medical monitoring kiosk workstations typically consist of mobile computerized units (e.g., personal computers, laptops) that include input devices (e.g., keypads, touch-screens), output devices (e.g., monitors, printers), and electronic memories and processors. Medical monitoring kiosk workstations also include as integral components physiologic measuring devices, monitors, recorders, and appropriate software; they also include interfaces with healthcare information and telemedicine systems. Monitoring kiosk workstations provide a limited set of tests that may be customized to a particular disease (e.g., diabetes) and/or patient. In addition to healthcare settings these workstations may be available in pharmacies and other non-clinical locations.
Workstations, Healthcare, Medical Diagnostic Kiosk, Staff-Operated
Healthcare workstations designed to facilitate the diagnosis of common diseases by performing a set of pre-established physiologic tests. These units are placed in installations known as medical kiosks and operated by the healthcare staff (typically a registered nurse); the data and/or images obtained are then compared with the information available in the kiosk workstation. Staff-operated medical diagnostic kiosk workstations typically consist of mobile computerized units (e.g., personal computers, laptops) that include input devices (e.g., keypads, touch-screens), output devices (e.g., monitors, printers), and electronic memories and processors. Staff-operated kiosk workstations also include as integral components physiologic measuring devices, monitors, recorders, and appropriate software; they may also include interfaces with healthcare information and telemedicine systems. Medical diagnostic kiosk workstations operated by the healthcare staff usually provide a comprehensive set of tests that require professional assessment. In addition to healthcare settings these workstations may be available in pharmacies and other non-clinical locations.
Workstations, Healthcare, Medical Diagnostic Kiosk
Healthcare workstations designed to facilitate the diagnoses of common diseases by performing a set of pre-established physiologic tests. These units are placed in installations known as medical kiosks and the data and/or images obtained are then compared with the information available in the kiosk workstation. Medical diagnostic kiosk workstations typically consist of a mobile computerized unit (e.g., personal computers, laptops) that includes input devices (e.g., keypads, touch-screens), output devices (e.g., monitors, printers), and electronic memories and processors. The kiosk workstations also include as integral components physiologic measuring devices, monitors, recorders, and appropriate software; they may also include interfaces with healthcare information and/or telemedicine systems. Medical diagnostic kiosk workstations operated by the patient usually provide a limited set of tests; more elaborate diagnostic workstations operated by the healthcare staff provide a more comprehensive set of tests. In addition to healthcare settings these workstations may be available in pharmacies and other non-clinical locations.
Software, Information System, Telemedicine, Diagnostic Image
Software designed to manage/operate telemedicine systems intended for patient image management. This software is intended to work with a variety of image devices (e.g., smart phones, tablet computers) which are used to transmit information through a healthcare Internet telephone network that follows a set of security and privacy rules (e.g., The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act [HIPAA]). The software performs a variety of algorithms to process the image data, frequently for particular conditions (e.g., burnt skin) and/or procedures as well as manage the operation of the system. Diagnostic image telemedicine software is available as part of the complete system or as a separate component. The software may be modified (i.e., through the release of modified versions) during the life of the system by releasing updated versions. Dedicated telemedicine image management software intended for particular applications such as dermatology, radiology, pathology, ophthalmology, and videoconferencing is also available.
Software, Information System
Software designed to manage/operate computerized information systems intended for healthcare facilities. This software is intended to work with one or a few models of information systems, usually supplied by the same manufacturer. The software performs a variety of algorithms to process the data obtained in specific areas or throughout the facility. Information system software is available as part of the complete information system or as a separate component; the software may be modified (i.e., through the release of modified versions) during the life of the system by releasing updated and/or upgraded versions. Dedicated information software intended for one or more particular applications such as data management, telemedicine, and education is also available.
Software, Information System, Telemedicine
Software designed to manage/operate telemedicine systems intended for clinical and patient data management. This software is intended to work with one or a few models of telemedicine systems, usually supplied by the same manufacturer. The software performs a variety of algorithms to process the data, frequently for specific areas or particular procedures and also manage the operation of the system. Telemedicine software is available as part of the complete system or as a separate component; the software may be modified (i.e., through the release of modified versions) during the life of the system by releasing updated versions. Dedicated telemedicine data management software intended for particular applications such as radiology, pathology, ophthalmology, and videoconferencing is also available.
Workstations, Ophthalmology
Workstations designed to obtain and process the digital data and images acquired by ophthalmic instruments, by still image and video cameras (including pictures from slit lamps), and/or from patient records. These workstations typically acquire the information directly from measuring and imaging instruments (e.g., refraction, corneal topography), information systems (e.g., picture archiving and communication), and administrative data (e.g., patient identification, schedule of tests and appointments). Ophthalmic workstations typically consist of a high-speed digital computer, high-definition printers, magneto-optical disks, input and output devices, and processors; they usually follow the instructions of specialized software for data and image processing. The workstations may work as an autonomous unit or be installed as a component of or interact with hospital information systems, including picture archiving and communication systems. Dedicated ophthalmic workstations, intended to be used to facilitate refractive diagnoses, laser treatments, and the performance of cataract surgery, are also available.
Information Systems, Telemedicine, Ophthalmology
Telemedicine information systems designed to electronically transmit and receive ophthalmic images (e.g., digital images of the retina) and consultative text between remote sites. These systems typically include, in addition to communication devices, fundus cameras, ophthalmoscopes, and/or ophthalmic workstations. Ophthalmology telemedicine systems are used mainly by small remote hospitals and in emergency situations to transmit images to technicians and/or ophthalmology specialists for review, interpretation, and/or consultation. Dedicated systems intended for retinopathy screening are available, making it possible to determine, in remote places, whether retinopathy is present and whether follow-up specialist care is needed.
Information Systems, Data Management, Radiology
Data management information systems designed to process, organize, and store clinical and administrative information related to radiology departments and imaging centers. These systems can be used for patient registration, result reporting, film library management, order entry, patient tracking, patient scheduling, and other administrative tasks, such as billing and accounting procedures.
Information Systems
Computerized systems designed to receive, analyze, display, and distribute information within one healthcare facility or among many healthcare facilities. Some systems are manufactured and configured with hardware and software that are appropriate for hospital clinical and/or administrative data management, either hospitalwide or for a particular department or specialty; other systems (e.g., telemedicine systems) include capabilities to send or receive information to or from remote locations, rather than use of local or wide area networks (LAN and WAN, respectively). A third type of information system, typically used in big hospitals, have higher (in the order of terabytes) image storage and retrieval capabilities; this type is known as picture archiving and communication systems (PACS).