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Diffusion of advanced medical imaging technology, CT, and MRI scanners, in Iran: A qualitative study of determinants.

Low-income and middle-income countries have a lot of problems in providing the financial, human, and capital resources for advanced medical imaging technologies (AMITs). Proper distribution of such expensive equipment might increase access to these services and enhance the quality and efficiency of health care. The present study aimed to identify the factors affecting the diffusion of AMITs including CT and MRI in Iran.


Rural and Urban Differences in the Adoption of New Health Information and Medical Technologies.

This statewide survey sought to understand the adoption level of new health information and medical technologies, and whether these patterns differed between urban and rural populations.

Assessment of Devices, Diagnostics and Digital Technologies: A Review of NICE Medical Technologies Guidance.

The Medical Technologies Evaluation Programme (MTEP) of NICE in England aims to evaluate medical devices that are deemed to be cost-saving or cost-neutral and produce Medical Technology Guidance (MTG) to encourage their adoption.


Benefits and Risks in Medical Imaging.

Ionizing radiation has contributed enormously to dramatic improvements in medical care. The potential risks of radiation-based medical imaging have, however, drawn considerable attention in recent years. Although such concern is beneficial in terms of critical evaluation and optimization of imaging procedures, it can create the misconception that radiation is the only risk of medical imaging. In contrast to expression of radiation risks, quantitative estimates of the benefits of medical imaging are notably ...

New Technologies for Glaucoma Detection.

This review describes some of the most relevant recent advances in the development and application of new technologies for detecting and managing glaucoma, including imaging, visual function testing, and tonometry. The widespread availability of mobile technology in the developing world is improving health care delivery, for example, with smartphones and mobile applications that allow patient data to be assessed remotely by health care providers.

Mental health care technologies: Primary Care practices and processes.

To analyze the technologies of mental health care used in the practices and processes that constitute Primary Health Care from the discourses of nurses of the Family Health Strategy.

Medical Physics 3.0: Ensuring Quality and Safety in Medical Imaging.

Medical imaging often involves radiation and thus radiation protection. Radiation protection in medicine is only one component of the broader calling of health care professionals: fostering human health. As such, radiation risk needs to be put into the context of the larger mandate of improved outcomes in health care. Medical physicists, according to the new vision of Medical Physics 3.0, make a significant contribution to this mandate as they engage proactively and meaningfully in patient care. Facing the ...

Care Maps and Care plans for Children with Medical Complexity.

The support of families in the care of children with medical complexity (CMC) requires the integration of health care provider (HCP) medical knowledge and family experience. Care plans largely represent HCP information and care maps demonstrate the family experience. Understanding the intersection between a care plan and care map is critical, as it may provide solutions to the widely recognized tension between HCP-directed care and patient- and family-centered care (PFCC).

Patient Perspectives on Dialogue and Shared Decision Making.

The fear of radiation on the part of patients and/or clinical staff can hamper adequate shared medical decision making. Typically, one-sided medical radiation risk communication methods with limited effectiveness are employed, such as paternalistic, risk numerology, and quality "assurance" approaches. More study is needed to determine patient preferences and potential fears associated with medical imaging radiation, and the results can provide insights for such discussions. Worry about the potential risks a...

Musculoskeletal Imaging: Current Practice and Future Directions.

Musculoskeletal (MSK) radiology plays a crucial role in the diagnosis and management of MSK disorders and has rapidly expanded in tandem with advances in technology and improved access to imaging. Although anatomical imaging remains the mainstay of MSK radiology, significant progress has been made in functional and molecular imaging as well as in hybrid imaging with an expanding armament of technologies becoming available or in development. A vast array of research is occurring in MSK imaging, and this revi...

Medical Provider Promotion of Oral Health and Women's Receipt of Dental Care During Pregnancy.

Objectives Dental care during pregnancy is important. We examined whether promotion of oral health by medical providers during pregnancy and pregnant women's receipt of dental care improved between 2009 and 2012 in California. Methods We used population-based postpartum survey data collected during 2009 (n = 3105) and 2012 (n = 6810) to compare the prevalence of women's reports that, during pregnancy, (a) their medical providers discussed oral health and/or suggested they see a dentist, and (b) they...

Should Artificial Intelligence Augment Medical Decision Making? The Case for an Autonomy Algorithm.

A significant proportion of elderly and psychiatric patients do not have the capacity to make health care decisions. We suggest that machine learning technologies could be harnessed to integrate data mined from electronic health records (EHRs) and social media in order to estimate the confidence of the prediction that a patient would consent to a given treatment. We call this process, which takes data about patients as input and derives a confidence estimate for a particular patient's predicted health care-...

Defining compassion in the digital health age: protocol for a scoping review.

The notion of compassion and compassionate care is playing an increasingly important role in health professional education and in the delivery of high-quality healthcare. Digital contexts, however, are not considered in the conceptualisation of compassionate care, nor is there guidance on how compassionate care is to be exercised while using digital health technologies. The widespread diffusion of digital health technologies provides new contexts for compassionate care, with both opportunities for new forms...

Musculoskeletal Radiology Practice Subspecialization in Canada: A Subject of Substance?

Scientific and technological advances in medical imaging have had a profound impact on health care around the world including Canada. The cost of imaging, however, continues to rise along with innovation. Building a practical subspecialty musculoskeletal imaging service offers the specialty of radiology an opportunity to show how radiologists can consistently add value and improve outcomes without adding a great cost burden to the health care system.

Imaging Intelligence: AI Is Transforming Medical Imaging Across the Imaging Spectrum.

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have influenced medicine in myriad ways, and medical imaging is at the forefront of technological transformation. Recent advances in AI/ML fields have made an impact on imaging and image analysis across the board, from microscopy to radiology. AI has been an active field of research since the 1950s; however, for most of this period, algorithms achieved subhuman performance and were not broadly adopted in medicine. Recent enhancements for computational h...

Patient-directed Digital Health Technologies: Is Implementation Outpacing Evidence?

How Medical Schools Can Promote Community Collaboration Through Health Systems Science Education.

Traditional focus areas of medical education are insufficient for preparing future clinicians to function well in the rapidly evolving US health care system. In response, many medical schools and residency programs are integrating into their curricula health systems science (HSS), which includes health care policy, public and population health, interprofessional collaboration, value-based care, health system improvement, and systems thinking. To illustrate the value of HSS, the authors draw upon their exper...

Use of eHealth and mHealth technology by persons with multiple sclerosis.

Health communication has evolved substantially over the last few years as the field of electronic health (eHealth) technologies has emerged. It is unknown what demographic and clinical characteristics are associated with use of eHealth technologies in MS. As these technologies are more widely adopted in health settings, it is important that health care providers understand who is using them, and to recognize potential disparities if they exist.

Individuals' adoption of smart technologies for preventive health care: a structural equation modeling approach.

Healthcare is moving towards new patterns and models, with an increasing attention paid to prevention. Smart technologies for mobile health care are emerging as new instruments to monitor the state of essential parameters in citizens. A very debated subject in literature is the critical role played by citizens' acceptance and willingness to pay for mobile health technologies, especially whereas the services provided are preventive rather than curative. The adoption of such technologies is, indeed, a necessa...

The Medical Activity and Satisfaction of Population Need in Medical Care.

The article considers phenomenon of medical activity as a determinant of population demand for medical services and needs in medical care. The medical activity is determined as both a criterion of formation of health of patients by force of active using medical care and a criterion of efficiency of functioning of physicians in satisfaction of needs of patients in medical care. The results are presented related to phenomenon of medical activity using methodology of analysis of opinions of patients and level ...

Health Care Providers' Experiences with Implementing Medical Aid-in-Dying in Vermont: a Qualitative Study.

The evolving legal landscape for medical aid-in-dying (AID) in the USA raises clinical and public health challenges and concerns regarding how health care providers will accommodate AID while expanding access to high-quality end-of-life care.

Relative security of health care big data protection.

With China's implementing big data strategy, health care becomes one of the key areas in which the national big data strategy is highly promoted. However, as the health care big data industry grows rapidly, the security risk is increasingly prominent and the internet plus medical care makes the protection of health care big data more complicated. By analyzing the current situation of health care big data security protection, the article proposes the viewpoint of relative security and suggests the strategies...

Collaborative Care Combines Medical, Behavioral Health Treatment.

Montefiore Health System’s collaborative care model integrates medical care with treatment for behavioral health issues that can be handled in a primary care setting. · Patients who are identified with behavioral issues are assigned a care manager at the Montefiore Care Management Organization, who coordinates with the primary care physician and behavioral health team to develop a plan of care. · The care manager provides telephonic case management follow-up with patients after their primary care visits...

Medical Physics: Quality and Safety in the Cloud.

Science and technology have outpaced our human ability to process and analyze the myriad data systems that extend throughout an enterprise of health care networks. Medical physicists must learn to work collaboratively with computer programmers, data scientists, administrators, and health care providers in the data-rich environment of modern health care, embracing and practicing a new discipline: cloud-based medical physics. This article addresses four distinct topics: (1) Evolution of health care systems, n...

Care Coordination and Population Health Management Strategies and Challenges in a Behavioral Health Home Model.

Behavioral health home (BHH) models have been developed to integrate physical and mental health care and address medical comorbidities for individuals with serious mental illnesses. Previous studies identified population health management capacity and coordination with primary care providers as key barriers to BHH implementation. This study examines the BHH leaders' perceptions of and organizational capacity to conduct these functions within the community mental health programs implementing BHHs in Maryland...


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