The internet as an external delivery source in communicating patient-specific information

This article examines how the Internet, as one form of electronic communication, may be used as an external delivery source in communicating patient-specific information five years from now with for example; telemedicine, electronic transfer records, and emails. Other aspects discussed in this article are:

Implications for health care, future trends, and the impact of electronic communication

SNOMED and HL7 messaging systems, the electronic medical record (EMR), Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE), and many others to create electronic records and assist in making, and supporting clinical decisions and support systems.

Future Trends and Implications; such as the increase in the usage of the Internet, WEB MD for health advice, communication, blogs, user support systems, and self-diagnosis.

Telehealth/Telemedicine as technological ways of remotely and efficiently monitoring patients in their home, hospitals, work, etc.

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