Disruptive Cooperation in Digital Health

This clear-sighted volume introduces the concept of “disruptive cooperation”— transformative partnerships between the health and technology sectors to eliminate widespread healthcare problems such as inequities, waste, and inappropriate care. Emphasizing the most pressing issues of a world growing o...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Ranck, Jody (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2016, 2016
Edition:1st ed. 2016
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to Digital Health
  • Chapter 2: Overview of the Digital Health Ecosystem
  • Chapter 3: Diabetes and the Telcare Solution (Jonathan Javitt, Telcare)
  • Chapter 4: Cooperation in Aging Services Technologies
  • Chapter 5: The Quantified Self, Wearables, and the Tracking Revolution
  • Chapter 6: Beyond Silos to Data Analytics for Population Health: Case Study of HealthBank and Citizen Coops for Health Data Transactions
  • Chapter 7: Healthcare Lessons From the Telecommunications Sector (Sven Schuchardt, Detecon)
  • Chapter 8: Smart Healthy Cities: Public-Private Partnerships, a Case From Telefonica in Brazil [Jody Ranck, Katia Galvane (Telefonica), Washington Tavares (ISPM)]
  • Chapter 9: Smart Digital Health Policies (Ticia Gerber, HL7)
  • Chapter 10: Cooperation for Building Secure Standards for Health Data (Cem Senturk, Detecon)
  • Chapter 11: Peer to Peer Platforms for Physicians in Underserved Areas: A Human Rights Approach to Social Media in Medicine: The C