Special Issue "Sensors and Technological Ecosystems for eHealth"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2020.
Special Issue Editor
Prof. Dr. Francisco José José García-Peñalvo E-Mail Website
Department of Computer Science, University of Salamanca, Salamanca 37008, Spain
Interests: information systems, human factors in computing; project management in information-systems development; global and distributed software-engineering; systems, services, and software process improvement and innovation; management information systems; business software; innovation in IT
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Special Issue Information
The eHealth technological ecosystems promote and strengthen the use of ICT in health development from applications in the field to global governance, with a very special attention to the development of data-driven healthcare and digital health services.
Persons with some form of disability are a very important target for these data-driven healthcare ecosystems, because around 15% of the world’s population suffer any kind of disability.
Sensors have a great potential to increase the potential of the healthcare systems, as was presented and tackled in the Special Issue on "Sensor Technologies for Caring People with Disabilities" of Sensors (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors/special_issues/Sensor_Caring_People_with_Disabilities). This Special Issue looks to extend the pursued goals of this previous collection to achieve a more general scope regarding eHealth.
Taking this into account, the contributions of this Special Issue should focus on (but not be limited to) the following topics:
How are data-driven healthcare ecosystems implemented?
Studies and best practices that evidence the impact of digitalizing services in the health sector;
Frameworks and infrastructures that allow eHealth ecosystem delivery;
Privacy, safety, and standardization issues regarding eHealth ecosystems;
Assisted living solutions;
Game-based or gamified solutions applied to eHealth.
Prof. Dr. Francisco José García-Peñalvo
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Disabled people
- Assisted living
- Assisting systems
- Health monitoring
- Wearable technologies
- Indoor positioning
- Human activity recognition
- Vital sign monitoring
- Personalized medicine
- eHealth ecosystems
- eHealth ethical issues
- Game-based eHealth solutions
- Gamified approaches for eHealth
This special issue is now open for submission.