NATO - AMEDP-5.3

DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF TELEMEDICINE SYSTEMS

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 23 November 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 24
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Within the scope of Telemedicine the requirements can be divided into 5 main areas:

a. Organisation of the experts (medical, technical and administrative).

b. User Access Devices2 (UAD) and Medical Data Capture Devices3.

c. Minimum framework requirements for technical communications and other infrastructure to enable the transfer of data.

d. Applications/software to support and enhance medical outcomes.

e. Information management of the data generated during Telemedicine activities.

A Telemedicine capability requires solutions in all 5 of the above areas to ensure the delivery of a coherent capability. The interoperability of Telemedicine capabilities is necessary to ensure quality and continuity for a patient moving through a multi-national care pathway with communications from the point of care to the gaining medical facility.

2 Such as laptops, tablets and smart phones.

3 For example microscopes.

Document History

AMEDP-5.3
November 23, 2018
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF TELEMEDICINE SYSTEMS
Within the scope of Telemedicine the requirements can be divided into 5 main areas: a. Organisation of the experts (medical, technical and administrative). b. User Access Devices2 (UAD) and Medical...

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