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Title: Electronic Discharge Letter Mobile App
Authors: Lezcano, Leonardo
Triana, Michel
Ternier, Stefaan
Hartkopf, Kathleen
Stieger, Lina
Schroeder, Hanna
Sopka, Sasa
Drachsler, Hendrik
Maher, Bridget
Henn, Patrick
Orrego, Carola
Specht, Marcus
Keywords: PATIENT
mobile app
Issue Date: 18-Dec-2014
Citation: Lezcano, L., Triana, M., Ternier, S., Hartkopf, K., Stieger, L., Schroeder, H., Sopka, S., Drachsler, H., Maher, B., Henn, P., Orrego, C., Kalz, M., & Specht, M. (2014). Electronic Discharge Letter Mobile App [Software]. Heerlen, The Netherlands: Open Universiteit.
Abstract: The electronic discharge letter mobile app takes advantage of Near Field Communication (NFC) within the PATIENT project and a related post-doc study. NFC enabled phones to read passive RFID tags, but can also use this short-range wireless technology to exchange (small) messages. NFC in that sense competes with bluetooth. Compared to bluetooth, NFC: ● Requires the devices to be really close (less than 4cm) ● Does not require the devices to pair before communicating We applied the Android Beam technology to facilitate the handover of medical discharge letters between doctors and patients. Sharing these letters with patients and providing extra services around gives patients more insight on their health. Furthermore the app for patients can be extended with extra functionality to give them for instance more information about e.g. their medication. In that way the eDL App encourages the standardization of discharge letters by replacing the traditional handwritten or printed letter by an electronic version (eDL) exchanged between devices. The first goal was to create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) where wanted prototype the ability to complete a discharge procedure from end to end and show how a doctor can pass a discharge letter to a patient's mobile device via Near Field Communication.
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