2020 № 2 Legal problems of telemedicine technologies application in the context of fighting the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus
The purpose of the research is to analyze the legal problems of using telemedicine technologies, taking into account the experience of other countries; to assess the limitations of using telemedicine technologies in preventing the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus; to develop approaches to overcome existing restrictions in this area.
The authors consider the system of legal relations that arise between various participants in the provision of telemedicine services, focusing on international experience in this field.
On the example of the Russian Federation, the analysis of legal restrictions for the development of telemedicine technologies, which are typical for other countries, is carried out. A number of common problems of implementing telemedicine technologies are identified, as well as the specifics of legal regulation of telemedicine services in the Russian Federation.
Measures are proposed to overcome a number of legal restrictions in the use of telemedicine services related to licensing, labor legislation, etc.
2017 № 1 Integrated telemedicine technologies for support and care patients. Worldwide trends, the results of research about informatization, technological solutions for doctors based on service ONDO.
This article analyzes mobile and telemedicine as an example of recent researches. Next – survey results from the company ONDOC: doctors – about remote consultation and diagnosis, the heads – about mobile medicine and informatization. Next – the idea about combination of mobile and electronic health. It helps in monitoring and sup- porting the patients. Author described the opportunities of complexity: the communication «doctor-patient» and clinics in ONDOC project. In conclusion – a summary about the eHealth-industry in between stage. This stage means that it carries a new approach: a complete personalization of treatment and responsibility.