“I shared my deep belief in the EU Digital Health future in my new article published by HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) “Telehealth in the European Union: improving access to healthcare”.
It covers many challenges – from legislation to technical requirements. As well as contains successful examples of implementations and several useful links to EU researches.” Marianna Imenokhoeva, Founder of LinktoMedicine
Full article is published here:
LinktoMedicine launched the new
online course “Telemedicine 2.0”. As an attendee of the course, you’ll study
Telemedicine as a part of Digital Health. You’ll get knowledge about different
types of telemedicine solutions depending on application areas, as well as the common
characteristics every telemedicine platform should have. Attendees will have real-time
sessions on one of the platforms, including clinician’s and patient’s
interfaces, mobile application. Our main aim is to share with you our knowledge
about telemedicine in a practical way. We will discuss examples of telemedicine
implementations in different territories – from Australia and EurAsia to USA. “It
was an intensive 5 hours training for the mixed group – both clinicians and IT.
Before practical sessions all of us received common understanding of advantages
of telemedicine implementation for our patients”, Botagoz Toktamyssova, UTTC
company, the attendee from May 2019 group in Kazakhstan.
Please send your requests and
questions about online course’s content on: firstname.lastname@example.org. Online course is
available in English and Russian languages.