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“…We observe an increase of health-related apps and services, such as drug reference guides 1 , pill reminders or identifiers 2 and food ingredient databases 3 . This development motivated us to combine personal medication support with physical mobile interaction as use case for our evaluation.…”
Section: Mobimed: Identifying Drugs With a Smartphonementioning
confidence: 92%
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“…We observe an increase of health-related apps and services, such as drug reference guides 1 , pill reminders or identifiers 2 and food ingredient databases 3 . This development motivated us to combine personal medication support with physical mobile interaction as use case for our evaluation.…”
Section: Mobimed: Identifying Drugs With a Smartphonementioning
confidence: 92%
“…been used for interaction with posters [20] and public displays [7] with a grid of NFC tags. Benelli et al [3] presented scenarios for the medical area with usage of mobile devices. They propose NFC-based access control for work hour tracking and access control in hospitals, rapid exchange of patient information and case histories.…”
Section: Touchingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus, the applicability of Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled mobile phones to facilitate data management and exchange as well as patient monitoring with the additional benefits of reducing time and errors and the high availability of the technology has been pointed out by a number of authors. [9,10,11] Within the project "eSecMed" funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), a consortium of 3 partners was assigned with the development of an intelligent blister with an NFC chip and integrated booster antenna combined with an mHealth smartphone application. eSecMed aims to improve patient security through ICT solutions from pharmaceutical manufacturers to the intake of pills by seniors with the ultimate goal to enable seniors to live a longer secure & autonomous life at home.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is because today's mobile devices, such as smartphones, now have the capacity for a variety of medical applications and can be used from any location (M. Watson 2006, J. Sammon et al, 2006, A. Kumar et al, 2009. For example, a system that allows physicians to see and share the electronic health records of their patients (G. Benelli et al, 2010, F. Andry et al, 2011 has been proposed. However, in order to diagnose a patient with a chronic disease such as diabetes, physicians often need not only recent medical data from the patient's medical record but also a chronological graph of the medications and medical examinations that the patient may have undergone over an extended period of years as a graphical summary of the patient's medical history.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%