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Title: Mobile platform for treatment of stroke: A case study of tele-assistance.
Authors: Torres Zenteno, Arturo Henry
Fernández, Francisco
Palomino-García, Alfredo
Moniche, Francisco
Escudero, Irene
Jiménez-Hernández, M Dolores
Caballero, Auxiliadora
Escobar-Rodriguez, Germán
Parra, Carlos
Keywords: electronic health records;health information on the web;mobile health;modeling healthcare services;telecare
metadata.dc.subject.mesh: Computer Systems
Computers, Handheld
Electronic Health Records
Emergency Medical Services
Medical Record Linkage
Organizational Case Studies
Time Factors
Issue Date: 14-May-2015
Abstract: This article presents the technological solution of a tele-assistance process for stroke patients in acute phase in the Seville metropolitan area. The main objective of this process is to reduce time from symptom onset to treatment of acute phase stroke patients by means of telemedicine, regarding mobility between an intensive care unit ambulance and an expert center and activating the pre-hospital care phase. The technological platform covering the process has been defined following an interoperability model based on standards and with a focus on service-oriented architecture focus. Messaging definition has been designed according to the reference model of the CEN/ISO 13606, messages content follows the structure of archetypes. An XDS-b (Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing-b) transaction messaging has been designed according to Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise profile for archetype notifications and update enquiries.This research has been performed by a multidisciplinary group. The Virgen del Rocío University Hospital acts as Reference Hospital and the Public Company for Healthcare as mobility surroundings.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1177/1460458215572925
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