Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges

Nowakowski N, Fischer F (2015)
Der Notarzt 31(4): 177-183.

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The use of telematics in emergency medicine may lead to improvements in quality of care due to improved networking and cross-sectoral care. This articles aims to show the applications and challenges of telematics in emergency medicine. Results are based on a narrative literature review. Telematics applications may be useful at different stages of emergency care. Overall, it is possible to improve the operational procedures and treatment. So far, in Germany mainly isolated projects which are restricted to specific regions exist. Therefore, the development of standards is required to allow an improvement of the connection between care providers. A major potential of telematics applications is to enhance the connection between care providers.
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Nowakowski N, Fischer F. Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges. Der Notarzt. 2015;31(4):177-183.
Nowakowski, N., & Fischer, F. (2015). Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges. Der Notarzt, 31(4), 177-183.
Nowakowski, N., and Fischer, F. (2015). Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges. Der Notarzt 31, 177-183.
Nowakowski, N., & Fischer, F., 2015. Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges. Der Notarzt, 31(4), p 177-183.
N. Nowakowski and F. Fischer, “Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges”, Der Notarzt, vol. 31, 2015, pp. 177-183.
Nowakowski, N., Fischer, F.: Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges. Der Notarzt. 31, 177-183 (2015).
Nowakowski, N., and Fischer, Florian. “Telematics in Emergency Medicine in Germany - Applications and Challenges”. Der Notarzt 31.4 (2015): 177-183.
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