The Mobile Medical Electronic Prescription (PEM Mobile) is a mobile application developed by the Shared Services of the Ministry of Health (SPMS) -Portugal- used by physicians for drug prescription. It was developed within the national strategy to fully dematerialize prescriptions. The PEM Mobile allows to execute...

This program arises from the end-results oriented healthcare model of Quironsalud, and it comes to incorporate the international innovation initiatives already implemented with the aim of giving voice to patients to co-create the medical assistant process through new technologies such as patient portal accessed through...

Flexibility as a main feature to allow adapting the tool to assessment process evolutions. Integration of the platform (mSaúde) with eHR. Involvement of interested and highly specialized health professionals in the assessment process; agile ways of collaborative work. Towards a “federated model” for apps...

Mobility strategy for nurses.​ It combines patient safety, nursing care, mobility, collection and recording of information.​  Based on the identification of the patient by reading their wristband.​ Applications: signs, medication administration, devices and wounds, blood draws, bed maps.​ Data console built to inform about the activity with the apps.​ It...

Objective: Although much work has been done on patient’s access to EHRs, transfer of information from mHealth Apps to EHR systems is still low. This study proposes a standards-based architecture that can be adopted by mHealth Apps to exchange information with EHRs to support better quality...

Background: mHealth presents innovative approaches to enhance primary healthcare delivery in developing countries like Botswana. The impact of mHealth solutions can be improved if they are interoperable with eRecord systems such as electronic health records, electronic medical records and patient health records. eHealth interoperability frameworks exist but their...