Event Title

Principal steps for monitoring real time patients through ICT in developing Countries

Session

Computer Science and Communication Engineering

Description

In this paper, we have chosen an important field in Computer Networks and system information’s Nowadays, the widespread use of Information and Communication Technology has permeated through almost every aspect of life, including the healthcare sector. The health information system is the establishment of a standardized interchange platform of patient’s data, through network infrastructure, hardware equipment and software solutions. A suggested monitoring Framework system can be able to sustain the need of self-management for target group people such as with chronic diseases, stress, psychological stress-related issues due to high workload, de-concentration and anxiety, and we claim that the existing technology has got the capacity to improve the quality of life for patients in development country. Depending on the patient’s treatment group and profile it will be determined which monitoring technologies will be selected, such as: static or worn intelligent sensors, mobile technologies or personal PC, local server or cloud services, internal or external protocols, algorithms for communication and data analysis.

Keywords:

E-health, Wireless Sensor, Framework, Mobile, Security, Patients

Session Chair

Patrik Elm

Session Co-Chair

Paivi Jokela

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.105

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Principal steps for monitoring real time patients through ICT in developing Countries

Pristina, Kosovo

In this paper, we have chosen an important field in Computer Networks and system information’s Nowadays, the widespread use of Information and Communication Technology has permeated through almost every aspect of life, including the healthcare sector. The health information system is the establishment of a standardized interchange platform of patient’s data, through network infrastructure, hardware equipment and software solutions. A suggested monitoring Framework system can be able to sustain the need of self-management for target group people such as with chronic diseases, stress, psychological stress-related issues due to high workload, de-concentration and anxiety, and we claim that the existing technology has got the capacity to improve the quality of life for patients in development country. Depending on the patient’s treatment group and profile it will be determined which monitoring technologies will be selected, such as: static or worn intelligent sensors, mobile technologies or personal PC, local server or cloud services, internal or external protocols, algorithms for communication and data analysis.