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The development of a telemedicine service maturity model
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2013-12)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: A telemedicine service is a healthcare service (-medicine) that is delivered over a distance (tele-). The interest in the potential of telemedicine to increase the quality, accessibility, utilization, ...
Clinical-pull approach to telemedicine implementation policies using health informatics in the developing world
(IGI Global, 2012-04)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Telemedicine could effectively aid hospital referral systems in bringing specialized care to rural communities. South Africa has identified telemedicine as part of its primary health care strategic plan, ...
Prove your hypothesis
(Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2011-09)
The Southern African Telemedicine conference has extended its reach in 2011 and now includes eHealth and other relevant areas such as e-Learning, mHealth and innovation. Our partner, ISFTeH, is also hosting its 16th ...
Business models for sustained eHealth implementation : lessons from two continents
(Computers & Industrial Engineering Conference Proceedings, 2012-07)
There is general consensus that Computers and Information Technology have the potential to enhance health systems applications, and many good examples of such applications exist all over the world. Unfortunately, with ...
Development of a maturity model for telemedicine
(Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2012-07)
For more than a decade, the South African National Department of Health (DoH) has recognised the potential benefit of information and communication technology (ICT) in the delivery of health care to rural areas. Despite ...
A decision support system for equipment allocation in a telemedicine referral network
(Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2014-05)
Telemedicine applications have had much success in strengthening health systems worldwide. Unfortunately, many systems are implemented without decisions based on proper needs assessments. In South Africa, this ‘technology ...