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This book teaches the fundamental and practical knowledge necessary to advance wireless health technology and applications. It is suitable for both instructional and self-learning. The approach is an integrated, multidisciplinary treatment of the subject. Each chapter includes: Abstract, Learning Objectives, Introduction, Chapter Content, and Summary. This book is developed for graduate students and working professionals with technology, science and clinical backgrounds. It is also an effective informational resource for the broader community. The authors are practicing topic experts from academia and industry. The editor has developed a graduate course in the topic, which has been taught using informal drafts of this book since 2011. This book covers the following topics:
Chapter 1 Introduction to Wireless Health
Chapter 2 Products, Services, and Business Models
Chapter 3 Physicians, Hospitals, and Clinics Kendal Williams Chapter 4 The Current US Health Care System David Gruber Chapter 5 Policy and Regulatory Aspects Dale Nordenberg Chapter 6 Personalized Medicine and Public Health Brigitte Piniewski, MD Chapter 7 Health Information Technology Rick Cnossen Chapter 8 Microsystems Masoud Roham Chapter 9 Wireless Communications Stein Lundby Chapter 10 Computing and Information John Sharp Chapter 11 Social Media and Health Keith Monrose Chapter 12 Electronic Instrumentation Christian Falconi Chapter 13 Medical Device Design Enrique SaldÃvar and Rajeev D. Rajan Chapter 14 Design for the Consumer Patient Srinivas Raghavan Chapter 15 Design for the Health Care Team Srinivas Raghavan Chapter 16 Leveraging the Power of Games Alan Price Chapter 17 Platforms, Interoperability, and Standards Rajeev D. Rajan Chapter 18 Steps Toward Security of Wireless Medical Devices Mike Ahmadi