Telemedicine in Cardiology

February 26, 2020 - Leila Zayed

Today we would like to share with you an article called Telemedicine in Cardiology - Perspectives in Bosnia and Herzegovina, that was conducted in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and shared on NCBI

Where the aim of the study was to demonstrate views of Telemedicine in the field of Cardiology in Bosnia and Herzegovina

According to their definition, Telemedicine is the field of healthcare system that uses different telecommunication facilities to deliver healthcare services to different geographic points, Taking into consideration user friendliness, accuracy and the trainings that must be provided to use the E-Health app.

Cardiology is a branch where lots of resources has been invested, since it on the top reasons of mortality in the world.

The use of the Telemedicine according to the article in the cardiology speciality was explained as following points

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"In 2004, the European Commission adopted a plan for the introduction of e-Health services, on the basis of which the member states need to have elaborate national strategies by 2010. A possible problem for the use of telemedicine or information technology itself in medicine is primarily related to poor quality of software solutions and poor connectivity, with inadequate software maintenance. Reliability and availability is a key issue, as many of these systems can be critical life-supporting systems (10). If these two traits are confirmed, the use of telemedicine is well justified and necessary (11).


After a careful observation and finding protentional innovative and optimal solutions for cardiology in Bosnia and Herzegovina, they have found that medical staff needed to be educated and trained to accept new technologies and software, it will increase the performance of the team give a positive climate during the implementation of new technologies to receive all of the benefits the technology can provide

Articles from Acta Informatica Medica are provided here courtesy of Academy of Medical Sciences of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina