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Brainstorm of E-health Units Globally
E-Health Informatics Research Centre - University of Dundee
A consortium of 10 UK government and charity funders, led by the Medical Research Council (MRC), has made a historic £19 million investment to establish four e-health research Centres of Excellence in London, Manchester, Dundee and Swansea. The funding awards were announced today at the British Business Embassy’s life sciences summit at Lancaster House by the Minister for Universities and Science DavidWilletts. The Centres will open in late 2012 and will harness the wealth of UK electronic health records to improve patient care and public health.
The four Centres will investigate a wide range of conditions that place a huge burden on the UK population, including diabetes and obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer and child and maternal health.
Electronic Health Research - University of Manchester
The Centre, led by Professor Iain Buchan, will produce new computer-based methods and tools, and apply them to five areas of innovation:
Helping patients to monitor their own health in daily life using mobile technologies such as smartphones, alongside records shared with GPs;
Helping the NHS to examine complex flows of patients in order to spot missed opportunities for earlier or better targeted care;
Giving researchers more powerful tools for identifying sub-groups of people who have different patterns of health that might illuminate new targets for treatment or prevention;
Enabling different research teams to collaborate across different organisations to produce more powerful and timely analyses of anonymised healthcare records;
Making clinical trials more efficient and more relevant to patients.
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E-health is the transfer of health resources and health care by electronic means. It encompasses three main areas:
- The delivery of health information, for health professionals and health consumers, through the Internet and telecommunications.
- Using the power of IT and e-commerce to improve public health services, e.g. through the education and training of health workers.
- The use of e-commerce and e-business practices in health systems management.
This research project seeks to contribute to addressing new and emerging challenges (technological, scientific and human factors) in Health Informatics for the purpose of developing effective e-Health Systems and Technologies for the 21st century.
The goal is to develop a context-aware multimedia information system to support collaborative medical decision making in an e-Health environment. The project will seek to apply advanced techniques in context-aware and mobile computing and data mining to the analysis of diverse multimedia-based medical data, integrated with virtual healthcare services, for the purposes of enhancing collaborative medical decision-making, improving patient information management, and delivering healthcare services across geographical barriers.
There are three main streams of work:
- We develop and evaluate interventions for the public and patients – these include our work on alcohol (DownYourDrink), sexual health (Sexunzipped), heart disease (CHESS) and type 2 diabetes.
-We have an interest in implementation of e-health and new technology in health care systems. This stream includes work on the Normalisation Process Theory (NPM peer learning group) and led to the development of the e-Health Implementation Toolkit as part of an SDO-funded grant.
-Our third work stream focuses on understanding interactions between health care professionals and patients. This stream uses qualitative research methods alongside discourse analysis and conversation analysis to better understand interactions between clinicians and patients and the likely impact of e-health interventions.
The Global eHealth Unit is at the forefront of the introduction and implementation of IT innovation into health care systems. The UK has a leading position in the implementation of information and communication technology in healthcare. To realise the full potential of that position, we capitalise on local London, national and international opportunities for collaborative interdisciplinary cross-boundary research and innovation in eHealth.
-mHealth -evidence synthesis -quality improvement -process change -policy shaping -elearning
E-health Unit Sotiria Hospital
The e-health unit is situated in the “Sotiria” 800 bed general public teaching hospital in Athens, as both a research and therapeutic unit for the implementation of emerging Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in everyday clinical practice. It was established as an initiative to modernize the previously offered rehabilitation services, with the aim of maintaining chronic patients with multiple morbidities at home by effective IT supervision and monitoring and also aiming to prevent disease exacerbations, reduce multiple hospital visits and admissions and support family carers. The services involve no extra costs for the users and target older people, the majority of whom are socially disadvantaged, demonstrating that the use of concurrent technology in clinical practice can effectively respond to the multiple needs of a very fragile population, by empowering them with the opportunity of equal access to high quality care.
UCL E-Health Unit
Northwest E-Health - Partnership NHS and University of Manchester
Trustworthy reuse of routinely collected health data
NorthWest EHealth (NWEH) is a partnership between the University of Manchester, Salford Royal Foundation Trust and Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (formerly NHS Salford). It was set up in 2008 to develop links between academia and the NHS in the area of health informatics and develop new research using anonymised patient records to support improving healthcare.
Based at the University of Manchester and Salford Quays, NWEH has a team of talented software engineers, database analysts, statisticians, researchers and support staff who develop leading software and services for our partners and the wider health research community.
The Kay Center for E-Health Research - Claremont University, California, USA
The Kay Center for E-Health Research is housed in the School of Information Systems and Technology at Claremont Graduate University. This collaborative is composed of faculty, post-doctoral researchers, visiting scholars, and policy advisors. The work they do spans four areas:
Applied Research — The Kay Center conducts national research on new e-health systems in the healthcare and disability industries. The primary activity of the center is research toward design and development of information system frameworks for using technology in the domains of preventative health, chronic-disease management, disability determination, and use within vulnerable populations.
Public Policy Impact — A critical function of the center is its involvement in research and outreach concerning strategic policy issues for enhancing the development and deployment of electronic health and disability systems, with particular regard to national and federal policy.
Symposia and Forums — The center annually brings together thought leaders from industry and government to analyze management and policy issues for improving electronic health and disability programs and policies.
Cooperative Research Initiatives — The center pursues collaborative research opportunities and practicums with public and private sector entities with similar research and outreach missions.
Imperial College Global E-Health Unit
Swansea ehealth and informatics research
The Swansea’s Health Informatics Group is based in the second phase of ILS. This building is also home to the innovative Health Informatics Research Laboratories jointly run with NHS Wales Informatics Service and giving ready access to NHS informatics staff, software development, testing and usability facilities. The building also houses the eHealth Industries Innovation (ehi2) Centre, which collaborates closely with over 100 e-health companies in UK, has biomedical business incubator units, and the new West Wales Clinical Trials Unit, which already has over 20 trials valued at more than £20 million in secondary and emergency care.
eHealth at The University of Birmingham
The research effort in e-health and biomedical informatics at the Department of Electronic, Electrical and & Computer Engineering is focusing at intendisciplinary scientific work in the areas of clinical information systems for biomedical decision support, electronic clinical trials, the integrated electronic healthcare record, e-learning for evidence-based medicine, telecommunication technologies in healthcare, integrative biology (with a focus on metabolomics), biomedical image and signal processing, and biomedical data standardisation.
Telefonica launches eHealth unit
Telefónica has launched a new operation aimed at winning business in electronic health monitoring and healthcare.
The new unit, based at the company’s head office in Madrid, will cover 11 countries where Telefónica operates — five in Europe including Spain and six in Latin America.
Company chairman César Alierta said at the launch that the unit “aims to become a standard bearer in the areas of products, pilot projects and know-how”.
Telefónica is working with Intel and Cisco on projects and is a member of the Continua Health Alliance, a cross-industry organisation which sets up protocols for interconnecting electronic health equipment. The GSM Association is also a member.
“Governments are being squeezed. We need to reduce health care costs,” Fernandez de Araoz told Global Telecoms Business
eHealth at WHO
eHealth is the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) for health. The eHealth unit works with partners at the global, regional and country level to promote and strengthen the use of information and communication technologies in health development, from applications in the field to global governance. The unit is based in the department of Knowledge Management and Sharing in the cluster of Health Systems and Innovation.
Southern Europe E-Health Research and Innovation Centre
· Continua Health Alliance
· Open Window Senegal (FOS)
· Management system, locating and tracking people and assets with technology based on RFID PRINTED ELECTRONICS
· eLearning platform with virtual communities around Web 2.0
· Ciber - Social networking and collaborative tools for research
· Xarxa-TeleIctus Catalunya 2009
· Miralia Platform
Fondazione Bruno Kessler - Italy
TreC: la Cartella Clinica del Cittadino aiming to design, develop, test the usability and evaluate on-field the impact of a Personal Health Record in the Province of Trento.
Oncocure: Information and Communication Technologies for clinical governance in oncology: Design and development of a computerised guideline-based system for supporting and evaluating evidence-based clinical practice
eHeartFailure was a 44-month proof-of-concept study (started in May 2002, finished in December 2005) with the overall goal of assessing the feasibility of a computer-based co-operative work framework (e-HF system) for favouring a continuous and shared care delivery among the Health Care Professionals (HCPs) involved in the management of heart failure patient on the territory of the province of Trento (NE Italy).
In June 1997 we started a 3-year project on Medical Informatics, founded by the Italian Ministry of Health. The objective of the project was a Teleconsultation system based on an web based Oncological Electronic Patient Record (OEPR) to share clinical data between the Oncological Units of the S.Chiara hospital of Trento and peripheral hospitals of our Province.
University of Twente - Netherlands
Our research at the University of Twente focuses on developing technological innovation in healthcare, known as eHealth. Through technology care(processes) can be made more effective and more efficient.
Currently ongoing research projects are:
• Cross-border patient safety through a new communication platform
• Diaderma teledermatology
• Technology and adherence in eHealth
• Social media and infection prevention
• Technology and Dementia: using at home and in a nursing home
Australian e-Health Research Centre: a partnership between CSIRO and the Queensland Government
Mobile- and tele-health
Our research in this area includes:
Through the Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO has designed a home-based rehabilitation program for cardiac patients using mobile phone and web technology.
CSIRO aims to reduce preventable blindness with an inexpensive telehealth system that sends patients’ eye images over a broadband connection to city specialists.
Smart methods for handling medical data
Our research in this area includes:
Through the Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO is building tools which describe electronic healthcare data using the international standard for clinical terminology, SNOMED CT.
CSIRO software predicts how many patients will arrive at emergency, their medical needs and how many will be admitted or discharged.
CSIRO is developing smart software to automatically analyse medical images and written reports.
Positive health outcomes from better use of medical data
CSIRO e-health software brings together scattered medical data without revealing patient identities, greatly enhancing our ability to tackle disease and understand complex health issues.
University of British Columbia
The eHealth Research team is a full service research unit that embodies excellence in innovation, evaluation and knowledge translation. Currently, our program of research has three central themes:
Technology-enabled innovations in health practice and education contexts;
Multi-channel community engagement to support health education and patient centred care;
eHealth innovation and collaborative partnerships to support global health.
With expertise in collaborative, participatory methodologies and a reputation for developing and implementing rigorous multimethod research, eHealth Research is conducting innovative program evaluation in a variety of health contexts.
British Council E-health Research Project - Liverpool Hope University
E-Health Plymouth University
The focus of our work is on the impact of e-health (led by Ray Jones) and Next Generation Internet Solutions (led by Maged Boulos). Assessing the impact of e-health usually involves an interdisciplinary approach and we have projects and proposals at the various stages of evaluation from exploratory work, through pilots to randomised trials. Research into next-generation Internet solutions in health and social care includes research into e-learning, telehealthcare standardisation and interoperability, knowledge management/Semantic Web, technosocial predictive analytics and e-surveillance services, and Cancer GIS.
Examples of recent and current projects include the Diabetes App Challenge, evaluation of Plymouth SeniorNet (helping older people get started with Internet), a cluster RCT on the impact of Superfast Cornwall, exploration of a shared discussion forum between health professionals and young people who self harm (with Devon Partnership Trust), a pilot cluster RCT of the use of AdWords to raise awareness of online CBT, the development of decision support in the adoption of new technologies (with Derriford Hospital), e-health support for patients (with Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital), a rapid review of the impact of e-health services (for NHS Choices, report linked below), using the Internet for older people in rural areas (part of the grey and pleasant land project, see ageing and rurality), tailored information for obese adolescents (see dietetics and health), use of virtual worlds in occupational therapy (see rehabilitation), tailored information in genetic counseling.
E-Health Research Group - Edith Cowan University - Australia
The eHealth Research Group builds on the strong academic and research qualifications in the area of e-health informatics. The eHealth Research Group’s strategic priority is to investigate how e-health can support improvement in clinical outcomes, improvement and sustainability in healthcare delivery, in Australia using an interdisciplinary approach. This focuses on transforming research into practical solutions and investigating the impact of new technologies on healthcare and its processes. As such e-health encompasses computing, informatics, management and clinical disciplines, and brings together a diverse range of expertise from across the School, Faculty and University. The major research themes encompass many facets of eHealth including eHealth Informatics, eHealth Security, Mobile eHealth (mHealth), Indigenous eHealth and eHealth Education.
The Group applies academic innovation to solve real-world problems and to address health and health information concerns. The group offers a research environment for members’ to foster collaboration and access a collegial support network, nationally and internationally, whilst engaging in collaboration across universities, the healthcare sector, government and industry.
La Trobe university Australia
The e-Health Unit conducts research and evaluation, and provides advice on the emerging use and impact of information and communications technologies in the Australian primary health and aged care sectors. The Unit develops software systems and training packages that facilitate effective service delivery. It also consults on data management, database development and design.
Janette Collier is Head of the Unit.
The Australian E-Health Research Centre
Prevention – the development of tools to build understanding of what prompts chronic disease and improve patient treatments through increased knowledge and understanding of chronic disease by better data linkage, data mining and data analysis; the development of personalized health-risk analysis for patients using biological and health data sets for obesity, cancer, diabetes, neurological disease, mental disorders and brain health will improve health outcomes;
Early detection and treatment – the work defining the natural history of T1 and T2 prostate cancer in Australian men using multiple linked datasets, and the work to improve sensitivity and specificity of diagnostic tools used for detection of localised prostate cancer will lead to important breakthroughs in the treatment of this cancer.
Integration of care – enhancing the team-work and the networking of clinical expertise using ICT and by understanding Human Factors science issues will lead to development and deployment of tools to enhance communication, collaboration and knowledge, and to support community care, acute care and aged care workers.
Self-management – through providing a graphic representation of patient activity outside of the clinical care environment, the tools developed will enhance self care through the analysis of information from personal monitoring devices in sensor enabled environments.
eHealth Research Unit - Memorial University Newfoundland, Canada
Designing a Physician-Friendly Interface for an Electronic Medical Record System
Donald Craig, PhD and Gerard Farrell, MD
Mitigating patient safety hazards of EMRs
George Klima, PhD, Donald Craig, PhD and Gerard Farrell, MD
Sustaining Information Technology use by older adults to promote autonomy and independence: Newfoundland and Labrador Cohort
W. Young; S. Bornstein; V. Gadag; G. Farrell; L. Gien; G. Klima; and S. Tomblin
The effectiveness of the Edmonton Symptom Assessment System (ESAS) in monitoring palliative care patients in the community
Gerard Farrell, MD; Susan MacDonald, MD; Karen Murphy, MSc
Smartphone-enabled collaborative care for adults over 45 living at home with type II diabetes: Cochrane Review Protocol
Wendy Young, PhD; George Klima, PhD; Kenny Hammond, BSc; Gerard Farrell, MD
The impact of medical residents' exposure to Electronic Medical Records
Gerard Farrell, MD
An Urban Electronic Medical Record Implementation: An Evaluation of a Pilot Project in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador: Phase 2 Summary Evaluation
George Klima, PhD; Karen Murphy, PhD; Doreen Neville, ScD
LSHTM - EHR research group
Current work includes the long-term outcome of weight-loss surgery using Hospital Episodes Statistics data; links between commonly prescribed drugs and cancer risk; and investigating the roles of temperature and pollution on exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. In collaboration with CPRD, we are also implementing a new methodology for undertaking large pragmatic randomized controlled trials utilizing EHRs; feasibility trials are currently underway.
LSHTM plays a key role in a new UCL-Partners Centre for Health service and Academic Partnership in Translational E-Health Research, (CHAPTER). This is one of the four UK E-health Informatics Research Centres established in 2013. The overall aim is to harness the power of computerised data to improve patient care and public health.
Queen Mary University e-health research