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[Exploration of Smart Healthcare in the Context of Nurse Professionals in Developing Countries].

Huang, Johnson.
Hu Li Za Zhi; 67(2): 27-32, 2020 Apr.
Artigo em Chinês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-32281080
In line with information and communication technology (ICT) trends, nursing practice and its preparations are expected to change fundamentally over the coming decade. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), issued by the United Nations, identify nurses as playing a significant role in achieving these goals and as using new technologies that will likely change how they deliver care to patients. Particularly for nursing care in developing countries, it is essential to emphasize the increased use and interoperability of electronic health records (EHR), mobile devices, big data analytics, and artificial intelligence. Four case studies, including the Malawi HIV system, community-based mobile APP in South Africa, the cloud base hospital information system (HIS) project in Marshall island, and smart hemodialysis in Vietnam, are examined in this article. In the near future, both information technology skills and interaction will have a significant impact on the nursing profession.
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