The Digitization of Healthcare
New Challenges and Opportunities
Combining conceptual, pragmatic and operational approaches, this edited collection addresses the demand for knowledge and understanding of IT in the healthcare sector. With new technology outbreaks, our vision of healthcare has been drastically changed, switching from a ‘traditional’ path to a digitalized one. Providing an overview of the role of IT in the healthcare sector, The Digitization of Healthcare illustrates the potential benefits and challenges for all those involved in delivering care to the patient. The incursion of IT has disrupted the value chain and changed business models for companies working in the health sector, and also raised ethical issues and new paradigms about delivering care. This book illustrates the rise of patient empowerment through the development of patient communities such as PatientLikeMe, and medical collaborate platforms such as DockCheck, thus providing a necessary tool to patients, caregivers and academics alike.
Part I: Digitalization of healthcare overview and outlook of a promising sector .- 1 - State of the Art of Healthcare– The cubism period (J-C. Mestre) .- 2 - Reshaping Health Care through mHealth: Lessons from the On-Demand Economy (Scarffe, A.D., Smith, A.D. , & Barrett, D) .- 3 - Tapping the full potential of e-health: business models need economic assessment frameworks (Christophe PASCAL) .- 4 - Reconfiguration of the regulation in health: a central role for the digitalization? (Thierry Garrot, Nathalie.Angele-Halgand) .- Part II – New challenges for the practice of medicine .- 5 - Formulating E-Health utilizing an ecological understanding .- (Grant P Cumming, Douglas McKendrick, Jamie Hogg, Tara French, Eva Kahanna, David Molik, Joanne S Luciano) .- 6 - Evaluations Frameworks for Health Virtual Communities (Christo El Morr , Linda Eftychiou) .- 7 - When Medicine is Becoming Collaborative: Social Networking Among Healthcare Professionals (Christine Thoër, Florence Millerand and Nina Duque) .- 8 - The design of online communities devoted to health and better living: Using social interaction features to foster online contributions (Sandrine Prom Tep, Aude Dufresne, Sylvain Sénécal) .- Part III – E-health and actual challenges .- 9 - Social Media Strategies in Healthcare (F. L Simon, L. Menvielle, M. Salvadore, F. Meurgey) .- 10 - Trust and Provenance in Communication to E-Health Consumers (Grant P Cumming, Tara French, Jamie Hogg, Douglas McKendrick, Heidi Gilstad, David Molik, Joanne S Lucian) .- 11 - Current perspectives on e-mental-health self-help treatments: Exploring the “black box” of public views, perceptions and attitudes toward the digitalization of mental healthcare. (Jennifer A. Apolinário-Hagen) .- 12 - Patient Communities : a new paradigm for medicine (William. Menvielle, Loick. Menvielle, Anne-Françoise Audrain-Pontevia) .- Part IV From M-Health to new perspectives at the digital age .- 13 – Big data and privacy: fundamentals of digital trust toward a digital skin (David Manset) .- 14 - Mobile Mental Health Virtual communities: Challenges and Opportunities (Linda Eftychiou, and Christo El Morr) .- 15 - M-Health & Smartphone Technologies and its impact on Patient Care and Empowerment (Melvyn WB Zhang, Roger CM Ho) .- 16 - Promoting Physical Exercice through Embodied Trainers: A Systematic Literature Review (Sergio Gago-Masague1 (Ph.D), Thomas M Chen2, Guann-Pyng Li3 (Ph.D) .- Part V – New Paradigm and Perspectives for Health in a digital age .- 17 - The new Art of Health – The hyper-realism period .- 18 – Cyber-threats in the healthcare industry (Bertrand Monnet, Philippe Very) .- 19 – The use of IT in the health sector: the legal reasons for international and European normative divergence (Lina Williatte) .- 20 - Ethical issues and Connected Health (Alain Loute, Jean-Philippe Cobbaut) .- 21 – Digitalization of Health: consequences on organizational structures and practices (Pierre Simon)