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A concept for a long-term scalable bioengineering model of primary care

A concept for a long-term scalable bioengineering model of primary care
A concept for a long-term scalable bioengineering model of primary care
We present a concept for development of a unified bioengineering framework that consolidates efforts in extending the geographical boundaries and outreach of primary care in Ireland and ensure its long-term scalability. This framework encompasses infrastructures, devices, systems, techniques, materials, engineering practices and socio-technical set-ups for improved access, safety and quality of care at national and global levels. In particular, we address the development of special purpose solutions, technologies and devices for healthcare from a bioengineering perspective, within the wider healthcare and biotechnology agendas in Ireland.
primary care, bioengineering, information and communication technology, global platform, ireland, modelling, healthcare, long-term scalability, access to care, care safety, quality of care
1746-0972
465-483
Maad, S.
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Dimitrov, B.D.
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Maad, S., Dimitrov, B.D. and Fahey, T. (2012) A concept for a long-term scalable bioengineering model of primary care. International Journal of Business Information Systems, 9 (4), 465-483. (doi:10.1504/IJBIS.2012.046296).

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We present a concept for development of a unified bioengineering framework that consolidates efforts in extending the geographical boundaries and outreach of primary care in Ireland and ensure its long-term scalability. This framework encompasses infrastructures, devices, systems, techniques, materials, engineering practices and socio-technical set-ups for improved access, safety and quality of care at national and global levels. In particular, we address the development of special purpose solutions, technologies and devices for healthcare from a bioengineering perspective, within the wider healthcare and biotechnology agendas in Ireland.

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Published date: 2012
Keywords: primary care, bioengineering, information and communication technology, global platform, ireland, modelling, healthcare, long-term scalability, access to care, care safety, quality of care
Organisations: Primary Care & Population Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 365770
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/365770
ISSN: 1746-0972
PURE UUID: 6c6e9c0a-8ab1-4c01-a5a6-87050579b6db

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Last modified: 09 Nov 2021 01:24

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Author: S. Maad
Author: B.D. Dimitrov
Author: T. Fahey

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