Opportunities And Challenges of E-Health and Telemedicine Via Satelite
The introduction of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the health scenario is instrumental for the development of sustainable services of direct benefit for the European citizen. The setting up of satellite based applications will enhance rapidly the decentralisation and the enrichment of the European territory driving it towards a homogenous environment for healthcare.
Collaborators in this project include: C. Dario, Healthcare Unit No. 9 of Treviso, Italy; A. Dunbar, WHO Regional Office for Europe, Division of Country Support, Barcelona, Spain; F. Feliciani, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands; M. Garcia-Barbero, WHO Regional Office for Europe, Division of Country Support, Barcelona, Spain; S. Giovannetti, Healthcare Unit No. 9 of Treviso, Italy; G. Graschew, Charité Hospital, University Medicine Berlin, Germany; A. Güell, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales, Paris, France; A. Horsch, Department of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology, Munich University of Technology, Germany; M. Jenssen, Norwegian Center for Telemedicine, Tromsø, Norway; L. Kleinebreil, L'Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris, France; R. Latifi, Surgical Department, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA;M. M. Lleo, Department of Pathology, Section of Microbiology, University of Verona, Italy; P. Mancini, European Space Agency, Paris, France; M. T. J. Mohr, International Center of Telemedicine, Regensburg, Germany; P. Ortiz García, Iberia Medical Service, Spain;S. Pedersen, Norwegian Center for Telemedicine, Tromsø, Norway; J. M. Pérez-Sastre, Iberia Medical Service, Spain; and A. Rey, Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland.Read more... (PDF, 832 KB)
Satellites and Health
Health Care: Delivery,
Education, & Communication
Opportunities & Challenges of E-Health