eHealth covers an increasingly wide range of activities and approaches. It is commonly understood as encompassing electronic health records, personalized or remotely delivered healthcare (including diagnostics, monitoring, advice, appointments and prescribing), mobile health devices, virtual teamwork, and electronically enabled disease and knowledge management. We have used eHealth as a broad term to include all the information and communication technologies, tools and services for health. It includes health information networks, electronic transmission of data, health portals, telemedicine services and patient owned devices supporting self management and disease prevention.
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