Posters-Accepted Abstracts: J Health Med Informat
Telecare is represents a rapidly evolving modality for delivering healthcare for remote and home-based settings outside of traditional care delivery organizations. The use of the various technologies is radically changing the who, what, when and where of how healthcare will be delivered in the future. Furthermore, the overlay of predictive analytic tools will no doubt discover patterns of care that were not evident from more traditional approaches of care delivery. The author will provide an overview of the field including clear definitions and differentiation between telehealth, telemedicine and telecare strategies. An overview of the many studies that have been completed over the last several years will also be included as part of the presentation along with conclusions on what the findings suggest for future work in the field of bioinformatics and telecare.
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