Trusty Patient Monitoring System
Microcontroller Based Patient Monitoring System Using Wireless Sensor
Real Time Patient Tele-monitoring System Using Labview
IP Based Patient Monitoring System
Telepresence Patient Monitoring System
CONTEC Brand Three Channels ECG Holter Patient Monito ECG/EKG Holter Monitoring System TLC9803, 5 Leads ECG holter ECG monitor
Advanced Motion Detection Algorithm for Patient Monitoring
Integrated Mainstream Co2 Sensor ,NDIR EtCO2 Sensor Capnography Subsystem Patient Monitoring System Etco2 Module RS232 Module
Future Internet Services for e-Healthcare Monitoring Applications
2018 Handheld Vital Sign Monitor provide 24 hour monitoring patient measurements including NIBP, pulse, SpO2 and temperature.
Requirement Analysis For Mobile Patient Monitoring Systems
highly integrated mainstream CO2 Sensor one-step capnography solution for patient monitoring system mainstream CO2 Sensor
Patient Choice and Responsibility in the Contemporary Times: The Case of the German Social Health Insurance System
Evaluation of Patient Welfare Committees (Rogi Kalyan Samiti)
Mobile Acquisition Platform for Sleep Assessment
Revision with unchanged content. For both political and practical reasons, healthcare reforms are more about doing-what-has-been-done-elsewhere rather than learning-by-doing. In this regard, developments in the German Social Health Insurance (SHI) system are of international importance not least because SHI is one of the primary models of financing healthcare both in the North and in the South. This research aims to complement the literature on SHI systems and healthcare reforms by evaluating post-reunification reforms in the German SHI system and how they have impacted the lot of the patient - the raison d'etre of healthcare systems. How have the reforms in German SHI since reunification affected the system? What does engagement in medical tourism by the German patient imply for the SHI system? What role does personal responsibility in the German SHI system play in terms of healthcare financing? The author, Percivil M. Carrera presents a comprehensive overview of the German SHI system and highlights the unique role of the patient in the general sense and particular to the German SHI system. Two conceptual models are presented upon which the bulk of the discussion is anchored. The book should prove valuable to health economists, health managers, health policy makers and decision-makers as well as the general public with keen interest on the German SHI system and contemporary issues faced by healthcare systems.