Scope and new horizons for implementation of m-Health/e-Health services in pulmonology in 2019

Submitted: June 15, 2019
Accepted: October 10, 2019
Published: November 21, 2019
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The reason for this review based on the results of many meta- analyses is the great assessed difference in the methods of most studies in e-Health, telemedicine and tele-rehabilitation. It consists of different understanding of new terms, using different hard- and software, including criteria, different methodology of patient’s treatment and its evaluation. This status suggests that first of all m-Health/e-Health requires a unique ontology of terms using and methodology of studies comparing. In this review we try to describe shortly the most significant points of modern e-Health field of medicine. The basic parts include methodology of review formation, tele-communication implementation results, tele-education, interactive questioning, tele-consultation, telemedicine diagnosis, tele-monitoring, rehabilitation and tele-rehabilitation, gamification, acceptability of mobile electronic devices and software in e-Health and planning studies. At the end of the review the new ontological structure of digital medicine is presented.

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Mishlanov, Vitaliy, Alexander Chuchalin, Valeriy Chereshnev, Vitalii Poberezhets, Michele Vitacca, Vera Nevzorova, Zaurbek Aisanov, Alexander Vizel, Igor Shubin, Aleksey Nikitin, Rustem Zulkarneev, and Yaroslava Khovaeva. 2019. “Scope and New Horizons for Implementation of M-Health/E-Health Services in Pulmonology in 2019”. Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease 89 (3). https://doi.org/10.4081/monaldi.2019.1112.