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>Revistas >Gaceta Médica de México >Año 2019, No. 2


Díaz de León-Castañeda C
Salud electrónica (e-Salud): un marco conceptual de implementación en servicios de salud
Gac Med Mex 2019; 155 (2)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 61
Paginas: 176-183
Archivo PDF: 213.97 Kb.


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RESUMEN

La salud electrónica (e-Salud) es un concepto amplio que implica la aplicación de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación en los sistemas de vigilancia, prevención, promoción y atención a la salud. Como componentes de la e-Salud se incluyen principalmente los sistemas de administración de insumos o recursos (agenda de citas, laboratorio clínico o farmacia), el expediente clínico electrónico, la prescripción electrónica, los sistemas de apoyo a la decisión clínica, el uso de dispositivos móviles, los sistemas de imagenología, los sistemas de atención a distancia, así como la enseñanza a través de medios digitales. Otros componentes que pueden considerarse parte de la e-Salud son los sistemas de almacenamiento y análisis masivo de datos, el aprendizaje artificial y los sistemas de “internet de las cosas”. En este trabajo se propone un marco conceptual para analizar la implementación de componentes de e-Salud y sus efectos en la calidad de la provisión de servicios de salud.


Palabras clave: Ciencia de la Información, Gestión de la calidad, Prestación de atención de salud, Recursos humanos en salud.


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