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Mobile e-Health

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
2398-6263
DOI
10.1108/JET-03-2019-072
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fascinating reading. They clearly lay out how digital healthcare, but also as a model to different moral orders and stakeholders replicate when writing their own interacted to create EHRs – and why these case studies. The book is also of value to EHRs so often fell short of their lofty goals. healthcare practitioners, providing Each case is well constructed, drawing on insight into how different moral orders various data sources to create a smooth and impact innovation in their field. Finally, accessible narrative. They are a particular policy makers and politicians who are highlight of the book. The model of moral interested in advancing national policies orders proposed by McLoughlin, Garrety and regarding e-Health would benefit immensely Wilson is insightful and applicable to many from reading The Digitalization of situations beyond healthcare in Healthcare. It is clear from the case studies understanding why (and how) systems and presented, those involved in such policy technological innovations often do not meet decisions often lack a thorough our expectations. One criticism of the book is understanding of the various factors involved. that the solutions to managing the moral The Digitalization of Healthcare provides not orders (Chapter 8) could be more thoroughly only

Journal

Journal of Enabling TechnologiesEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 18, 2019

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