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Development of mobile electronic health records application in a secondary general hospital in Korea

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  • Development of mobile electronic health records application in a secondary general hospital in Korea
  • Choi, Wookjin; Park, Min Ah; Hong, Eunseok; Kim, Sunhyu; Ahn, Ryeok; Hong, Jungseok; Song, Seungyeol; Kim, Tak; Kim, Jeongkeun; Yeo, Seongwoon
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Title Development of mobile electronic health records application in a secondary general hospital in Korea
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Choi, Wookjin; Park, Min Ah; Hong, Eunseok; Kim, Sunhyu; Ahn, Ryeok; Hong, Jungseok; Song, Seungyeol; Kim, Tak; Kim, Jeongkeun; Yeo, Seongwoon

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[Seoul, Korea]:The Korean Society of Medical Informatics

Date 2013-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Healthcare Informatics Research:vol. 19(no. 4)
Pages 7
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Social Development < Health
Holding The Korean Society of Medical Informatics

Abstract

Objectives: The recent evolution of mobile devices has opened new possibilities of providing strongly integrated mobile services in healthcare. The objective of this paper is to describe the decision driver, development, and implementation of an integrated mobile Electronic Health Record (EHR) application at Ulsan University Hospital. This application helps healthcare providers view patients’ medical records and information without a stationary computer workstation. Methods: We developed an integrated mobile application prototype that aimed to improve the mobility and usability of healthcare providers during their daily medical activities. The Android and iOS platform was used to create the mobile EHR application. The first working version was completed in 5 months and required 1,080 development hours. Results: The mobile EHR application provides patient vital signs, patient data, text communication, and integrated EHR. The application allows our healthcare providers to know the status of patients within and outside the hospital environment. (The rest omitted)