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What are the aims of the implementation of e-solutions in healthcare? Review of the relevant practical studies

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The eHealth solutions are an effect of applying new technologies (ICT) in health care. The phenomenon is commonly described as transformation of the healthcare system as its influence on management and organization of care is both wide and deep.This review concentrate on aims of practical research along with an attempt to present useful stratification. The result of the study reveals that it is usually more than one goal of most of reviewed research. This lead to conclusion that the very early stage of research on eHealth should be based on picking its aims and relationship between them.
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2
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1
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78-84
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2019-06-04
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2018-12-26
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2019-02-26
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