International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Survey Paper | Information Technology | India | Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2015

A Survey of E-Healthcare Information System based on Android Application

Sonali L. Tupe | Nandkumar P. Kulkarni [2]

Abstract: The unintended medical errors are a big threat to patient safety. Therefore, there is a challenge of delivering safe healthcare is important now days. An attempt to meet these demands, healthcare systems have increasingly focusing at deploying information knowledge to scale resources, to decrease queues, to minimize or avoid the errors, and to give modern facilities in remote communities. The computer-aided tools are not vital for interpreting patient specific data in order to determine the most suitable therapy from the diagnosis. In order to make sound decision making on treatment and diagnosis for individual perspective, all the relevant health information of the patient needs to be available and transparently accessible to them regardless of the location. Mobile application is helpful to the doctor and patient or doctor communicate with each other very quickly, the distance between them does not matter or too long. For the optimization of medical data, better quality and accuracy in the decision making as well as shared access to the database a new technology Android Application deployed. The apps in E-Healthcare Information System remotely monitor biomedical signals from the patient. The recorded biomedical signals of the patient transmit to doctors or patients from a server to mobile application. The most significant issues in E-healthcare information systems is to optimize the medical data quality extracted from distributed and heterogeneous environments, which can improve diagnostic and treatment decision making. This paper provides a novel comparison of the state of the art solutions available in the E-healthcare information system and it also proposes a multi-agent web service structure which is based on service oriented architecture for the optimization of medical data.

Keywords: Android Mobile Device, Personal Area Network, Machine-to-Machine, Wearable Sensor

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2015,

Pages: 143 - 146

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