Internationale Perspektiven in eHealth


Internationale Perspektiven in eHealth SoSe 2018


Internationale Perspektiven in eHealth [4217023]


Dr. Najeeb Al-Shorbaji

Typ der Lehrveranstaltung:

Blockveranstaltung (Lehre)




Termine am Mo. 16.04. - Di. 17.04., Mi. 13.06. - Fr. 15.06. 09:45 - 16:30

Erster Termin:

Mo., 16.04.2018, 09:45 - 16:30


Internationale Perspektiven in eHealth


1. Develop understanding on the international and global aspects of eHealth affecting eHealth development at local, national, regional and global levels;
2. Develop understanding of the link between health systems and eHealth systems at the national level;
3. Explore the role of eHealth services in supporting Universal Health Coverage;
4. Develop an understanding of the factors contributing to sustainability of eHealth services and provide analysis as to why eHealth systems fail in countries;
5. Provide an overview of the results from the Global eHealth Observatory Survey conducted by the World Health Organization to assist in mapping out issues and concerns in global eHealth including international collaboration and interoperability.
6. Provide international perspectives of national eHealth planning.

- Introduction
- World Health Organization: an introduction
- eHealth Global Survey
- Evidence for and evaluation of eHealth projects
- Achieving Universal Health Coverage through eHealth
- Global players in eHealth
- Health in the Sustainable Development Goals?
- eHealth enabled by standardization and interoperability
- Sustainability of eHealth projects
- eHealth legal and ethical issues
- National eHealth planning
- Big data in health
- Emerging themes in eHealth research
- Open Source vs. commercial electronic health records
- mHealth
- Summary and final remarks

Literatur: 1. Medical Informatics, e-Health: Fundamentals and Applications. Editors: Venot, Alain, Burgun, Anita, Quantin, Catherine. Springer, 2014

2. Bulletin of the World Health Organization: Special issue on eHealth.

3. Atlas of eHealth country profiles 2013: eHealth and innovation in women?s and children?s health.

4. Global eHealth ? Measuring Outcomes: Why, What, and How.

5. Telemedicine and E-Health Services, Policies, and Applications: Advancements and Developments by Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues (Instituto de Telecomunicações, University of Beira Interior, Portugal), Isabel de la Torre Díez (University of Valladolid, Spain) and Beatriz Sainz de Abajo (University of Valladolid, Spain). IGI Global, 2012

6. National eHealth Strategy Toolkit. World Health Organization and International telecommunication Union, Geneva, 2012.