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  1. Internet as a platformfor realizationof healthcare projects Václava Smitková

  2. 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

  3. 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.

  4. 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

  5. Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress Internet World Congress on Biomedical Sciences (IWC) organized by Internet Association for Biomedical Sciences (INABIS) via Internet

  6. 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 Occupational and 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/

  7. Example no.1: Virtual Scientific Congress Programme • Opening Remarks • Welcome Party • Symposia • Sessions - Posters • Discussion • Proceedings

  8. 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)

  9. 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

  10. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project OZISAL on WWW organized by Charles University Hospital in Pilsen (Czech Republic) via Internet

  11. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project Data • personal: average salary of doctors, nurses and other groups of healthcare professionals, etc. • economical: costs (blood, services, measuring instruments, etc.), profit on assurance companies, profitability, etc. • medical: average per doctor or nurse: number of beds, number of engaged beds, utilization of beds, etc.

  12. 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)

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project Project Home-page

  16. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project Project Menu

  17. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project Graph 1

  18. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project Graph 2

  19. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project Parameters

  20. Example no.2: Virtual Benchmarking Project Help

  21. Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room Multimedia Medical Library organized by Charles University Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen (Czech Republic) via Internet

  22. 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

  23. 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)

  24. 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)

  25. Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room User Screen

  26. Example no.3: Virtual Reading Room User Screen 2

  27. Example no.4: Virtual Education SuperCourse “Epidemiology, the Internet and Global Health” organized by University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health via Internet

  28. 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

  29. 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