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Internet as a platform for realization of healthcare projects Václava Smitková Synopses Introduction Many faces of the Internet Healthcare projects on the Internet Examples Virtual Scientific Congress Virtual Benchmarking Project Virtual Reading Room Virtual Education

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Internet as a platformfor realizationof healthcare projects

Václava Smitková


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Synopses

  • Introduction

    • Many faces of the Internet

    • Healthcare projects on the Internet

  • Examples

    • Virtual Scientific Congress

    • Virtual Benchmarking Project

    • Virtual Reading Room

    • Virtual Education

  • Unimaginable possibilities


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Many Faces of the Internet

  • Communication tool

    • e-mail, news group, chat, videoconference, ...

  • Information source

    • WWW

    • gate to “real” information resources

  • Information infrastructure

    • tele-projects

    • e-commerce

    • etc.


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Healthcare Projects on Internet

  • Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress

    • Internet World Congress on Biomedical Sciences

  • Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

    • OZISAL on WWW

  • Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room

    • CDROM server of Charles University

  • Example no.4: Virtual Education

    • SuperCourse of University of Pittsburgh


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Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress

Internet World Congress

on Biomedical Sciences

(IWC)

organized by

Internet Association for Biomedical Sciences

(INABIS)

via Internet


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Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress

History

  • 1st IWC:December 7-17, 1994,Mie University School of Medicine, Tsu, Japanhttp://www.medic.mie-u.ac.jp/proc.html

  • 2nd IWC:December 4-15, 1995,Mie University School of Medicine, Tsu, Japanhttp://www.medic.mie-u.ac.jp/cgi-bin/proccgi

  • 3rd IWC:December 9-20, 1996, Riken, Tsukuba, Japanhttp://www.3iwc.riken.go.jp/CONGRESS/index.html

  • 4th IWC:December 8-19, 1997, University of Occupationaland Enviromental Health of Japan, Kitakyushu, Japanhttp://openglobal.med.uoeh-u.ac.jp/4iwc/index.html

  • 5th IWC:December 7-16, 1998, McMaster University, Canadahttp://www.mcmaster.ca/inabis98/


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Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress

Programme

  • Opening Remarks

  • Welcome Party

  • Symposia

  • Sessions - Posters

  • Discussion

  • Proceedings


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Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress

Technical Background

  • information about Congresse-mail, WWW

  • WWW serverWWW

  • registratione-mail

  • abstracte-mail

  • posterWWW, ftp

  • lecturesWWW

  • postersWWW

  • discussionWWW

  • competitionWWW

  • proceedingsWWW (on CDROM)


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Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress

Virtual versus “Real” Congress

  • save money

  • save time

  • decrease organizational demands

  • (almost;-) no limitation for number of participants

  • low personal interaction

  • low discussion

  • influence of different time zones


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

OZISAL on WWW

organized by

Charles University Hospital in Pilsen

(Czech Republic)

via Internet


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Data

  • personal:average salary of doctors, nurses andother groupsof healthcare professionals, etc.

  • economical:costs (blood, services, measuring instruments, etc.), profit on assurance companies, profitability, etc.

  • medical:average per doctor or nurse: numberof beds, number of engaged beds,utilization of beds, etc.


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Graphs

  • graph type:

    • comparison

    • time series

  • data level:

    • hospital

    • department

  • time period:

    • current year

    • previous year (since 1994)

    • floating year

    • quarter (since 1/95)

    • maximum time period (1994-1998)


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Security Aspects

  • personal:

    • application + recommendations + agreement

  • organizational:

    • data location

    • relative indicies

  • technical:

    • private codes for hospitals

    • user account + private password

    • firewall

    • shttp


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Advantages

  • graphical interface

  • user-friendliness

  • simple operating - only WWW browser

  • simple upgrade and update of data and information system

  • no need to distribute and to install program

  • no need to distribute new data


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Project Home-page


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Project Menu


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Graph 1


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Graph 2


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Parameters


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Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project

Help


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Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room

Multimedia Medical Library

organized by

Charles University Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen

(Czech Republic)

via Internet


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Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room

Virtual Bookshelves

Electronic information sources on CDROM:

  • for scientific purposes:

    • databases

    • monographies

    • proceedings

  • for educational purposes:

    • text-books

    • training software

    • dictionaries

    • encyclopaedias


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Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room

Technical Background

Electronic library = hardware + software + network

  • hardware- CDROM servers

  • software- Ultra*Net(CDROM titles in computer network)- Citrix MetaFrame(terminal connection to server)

  • network- ATM metropolitan networks- TEN34-CZ (Internet for academical institutions in the Czech Republic)


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Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room

User Access

Clients to electronic library:

  • Ultra*Net Client- menu of CD titles

  • ICA Client (= Citrix MetaFrame Client)- collection of shortcuts to CD titles

  • WWW (= Java applet)- direct access to the Ultra*Net menu of CD titles through Web browser (MSIE or Netscape v.4.0)


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Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room

User Screen


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Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room

User Screen 2


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Example no.4: Virtual Education

SuperCourse

“Epidemiology, the Internet and Global Health”

organized by

University of Pittsburgh Graduate School

of Public Health

via Internet


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Example no.4: Virtual Education

Technical Background

  • basic informatione-conferences, WWW

  • lecture - developmentMS PowerPoint

  • lecture - sendinge-mail

  • lecture - exhibitionWWW

  • lecture - basic reviewWWW, e-mail

  • lecture - correctionsMS PowerPoint+e-mail+WWW

  • lecture - final versionWWW

  • lecture - studentsWWW

  • dissemination to another serversWWW

  • translation to another languagesMS PowerPoint+e-mail+WWW


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Unimaginable Possibilities

  • Remote Conference System for Image Diagnosis on the World-Wide Web

  • Design and Implementation of WWW-based Tools for Image Management in Computer Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Ultrasonography

  • Atlas of Blood Disease on the Internet

  • Using the World-Wide Web to Train and Certify Physicians in the Safe Use of Fluoroscopy

  • Using the Technology of the World-Wide Web to Manage Clinical Information


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