Applying information and communications technologies to collect health data from remote settings: a systematic assessment of current technologies

Journal of Biomedical Informatics, pp. 332-341, 2010.

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Abstract:

Modern information and communications technologies (ICTs) are now so feature-rich and widely available that they can be used to "capture," or collect and transmit, health data from remote settings. Electronic data capture can reduce the time necessary to notify public health authorities, and provide important baseline information. A numbe...More

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