The book eHealth: A Step towards the Universal Health Coverage in Developing Countries, M. Jordanova, L. Androuchko, I. Nakajima (Eds.), EDUFMA, Brazil, 2017, focuses on the extensive eHealth implementation in developing regions as a way to pave the road towards Universal Health Coverage.
Its first part outlines briefly some general issues such as terminology, standardization, etc., while the second part offers a wide range of bottom-up and top-down approaches and solutions and presents successful stories of eHealth implementation, covering the main areas – prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and training. “What”, “How” and “Where”, are only part of the questions that authors are trying to answer.
The book provides a glimpse at some of the best practical achievements, existing solutions and experiences in countries from all continents and reveals different national and cultural points of view. The goal is to share these experiences with other institutions and policy makers as well as with all groups or individuals involved with healthcare.
The publication is realized with the kind support of the Brazilian Association of Telemedicine and Telehealth
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