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IEEE eHealth Standards Collection, brought to you via the IEEE Xplore digital library, is a portfolio of standards related to medical device communications, security, wireless networking, measurement, and electrical systems standards.
Features and Benefits
The eHealth environment emerging around the globe is predicated on standards-based interoperability of multi-vendor technology, and enables multi-vendor systems and applications to speak the same language.
Healthcare providers are then able to cost-effectively source the disparate array of standards-based technologies that their patients need without limitations on how information is shared across the end-to-end infrastructure. These standards can help save lives and improve quality of life for people worldwide.
The many benefits of ehealth standards include:
- Interoperability—making systems and organizations able to work together (information exchange)
- Cost savings/Efficiency—Hospitals must streamline processes, and lower costs and error rates while increasing efficiency and quality of care to stay in business
- Protects patient privacy/Security/Reliability—Devices must utilize proper message wrapping techniques to protect the privacy of the patient.
This package delivers approved, draft, and IEEE Redline Version of Standards to your researchers via the IEEE Xplore digital library.
Some standards included in this package are:
- 11073-20702—Health Informatics—Point-of-Care Medical Device Communication Part 20702: Medical Devices Communication Profile for Web Services
- 11073-10101a—Health Informatics—Point-of-Care Medical Device Communication—Nomenclature Amendment for Additional Definitions
- 11073-10427—Health Informatics—Personal Health Device Communication—Device Specialization—Power Status Monitor of Personal Health Devices
- 802.15.4t—IEEE Standard for Low-Rate Wireless Networks—Amendment 4: Higher Rate (2 Mb/S) Physical (PHY) Layer
- 802.15.4v—IEEE Standard for Low-Rate Wireless Networks—Amendment 5: Enabling/Updating the Use of Regional Sub-Ghz Bands