Icts And The Health Sector Towards Smarter Health And Wellness Models

Author: OECD
Editor: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264202862
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This book examines the whole new world of possibilities in using mobiles and the Internet to address healthcare challenges.

Gender And Icts For Development

Author: Sarah Cummings
Editor: Oxfam Publications
ISBN: 9780855985653
File Size: 37,79 MB
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Because of systemic gender biases in ICTs and their applications, women are far more likely than men to experience discrimination in the new information society. In spite of this, resource-poor and non-literate women and their organisations are aware of the power of information technologies and communication processes, and are using them to advance their basic needs and strategic interests, to improve their livelihoods, and to help them achieve their human rights. Gender and ICTs for Development brings together case studies about women and their communities in developing countries, and how they have been influenced by, and have used, ICTs in development.

Icts For Health Education And Socioeconomic Policies Regional Cases

Author: Driouchi, Ahmed
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466636440
File Size: 64,28 MB
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Advancing technologies play an important role in the interactions between health, education, and socioeconomic policies. The subsequent outcomes between these areas require a better understanding and assessment in order to pursue further efficient coordination. ICTs for Health, Education and Socioeconomic Policies: Regional Cases discusses the benefits that can be gained from the interactions between health, education, and socioeconomic areas. Providing a regional focus on the Southern Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Arab economies, this book is essential for researchers, scholars, developers, policy makers, and graduate students interested in these specific regions and studies.

Oecd Health Policy Studies Improving Health Sector Efficiency The Role Of Information And Communication Technologies

Author: OECD
Editor: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264084614
File Size: 53,77 MB
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Using lessons from case studies, this report identifies the opportunities offered by ICTs for the health sector and analyses under what conditions these technologies are most likely to result in efficiency and quality-of-care improvements.

Building The European Information Society For Us All

Author: European Commission. Directorate-General for Employment, Industrial Relations, and Social Affairs
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Commonwealth Health Ministers Book 2008

Author: Commonwealth Secretariat
Editor: Commonwealth Secretarial
ISBN:
File Size: 43,60 MB
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A central source of information regarding current health priorities focused around the Millennium Development Goals.The 2008 edition is focused on e-health. With contributions from many of the world's leading experts on e-health issues.

Eadoption And The Knowledge Economy

Author: Paul M. Cunningham
Editor:
ISBN:
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Handbook Of Research On Icts And Management Systems For Improving Efficiency In Healthcare And Social Care

Author: Cruz-Cunha, Maria Manuela
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466639911
File Size: 30,65 MB
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Through the use of ICT tools, such as the internet, portals, and telecommunication devices, the quality of healthcare has improved in local and global health; aiding in the development of a sustainable economy. Handbook of Research on ICTs and Management Systems for Improving Efficiency in Healthcare and Social Care brings together a valuable research collection on ICT elements needed to improve communication and collaboration between global health institutes, public and private organizations, and foundations. Highlighting the adoption and success factors in the development of technologies for healthcare, this book is essential for IT professionals, technology solution providers, researchers, and students interested in technology and its relationship with healthcare and social services.

Living And Working In The Information Society

Author: European Commission
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Bulletin Of The World Health Organization

Author: World Health Organization
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Bulletin Of The European Union

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File Size: 10,60 MB
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Building The European Information Society For Us All

Author: European Commission
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File Size: 24,24 MB
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Ict Women

Author: Tinuke Odukoya
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File Size: 61,24 MB
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African E Markets

Author: Mohamed Abdel Rahim Mohamed Salih
Editor: International Books
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File Size: 54,25 MB
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Written by a select group of African academics, policy makers, researchers, and experts from various social and economic science disciplines, this study provides provocative insights and case studies on the role information plays in African development. Up-to-date research and analysis on the impact of various forms of information on the development process is presented, including e-economic development and its impact on economic growth. Calling for greater attention to be paid to information as a key player in national economic development, this exploration of African economics cites the advantages of better statistical data and geographic information for more effective economic planning, management, and forecasting in a digital era.

Private Sector Entrepreneurship In Global Health

Author: Kathryn Mossman
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1487522134
File Size: 45,50 MB
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Private Sector Entrepreneurship in Global Health seeks solutions to serve those most in need, exploring new marketing and finance models, digital health innovations, and novel organizational processes emerging from the private sector.

World Hospitals And Health Services

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The Challenge To Africa Of Globalization And The Information Age

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Expanding The Knowledge Economy

Author: Paul Cunningham
Editor: Information and Communication Technologies and the Knowledge Economy
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File Size: 49,65 MB
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"Commercializing and exploiting applied Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) research results is critical in reducing the global Digital Divide and building a sustainable Knowledge Economy. A major challenge for leveraging ICT around the world is taking account of local and regional differences. This requires meaningful cross-border communication between researchers, government and industry, as well as strategic dialogues in relation to regulation and policy. While it is clear that the Digital Divide can be challenging in Europe and the Americas, clearly there are greater difficulties to be overcome in Asia and Africa. That acknowledged, it is often striking how once basic infrastructure and regulatory issues have been addressed and how learning from the experiences of others can enhance the impact of leveraging ICT. This book brings together a comprehensive collection of over 210 in ten broad thematic areas. These are: ICT for Networked Enterprise; e-Government and e-Democracy; eHealth, Collaborative Working Environments; Networked, Smart and Virtual Organizations; SME Issues; Technology Enhanced Learning and ICT Skills; Security and Identity Management; and Mobility and Digital Content. Papers within each thematic area are grouped as Issues, Applications and Case Studies, reflecting their primary focus."