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Title: Eficiencia de la telemedicina en la mejora de los resultados postquirúrgicos
Author: González Correa, Isabel
Director: Bosque Prous, Marina
Tutor: Pereyra Rodríguez, José Juan
Keywords: telemedicine
bibliographic review
Issue Date: 21-Jun-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Telemedicine in surgical care has been used to provide care and education in all phases of the surgical process. For healthcare professionals, digital technologies can improve communication and information transfer between medical teams and the population. For patients, digital technologies can improve health education, communication with physicians, and empower them to play an active role in their own care. This systematic review attempts to analyze the existing bibliography about the different telemedicine tools that predominate in post-surgical care among patients and the health professions. And also, empirically indicate the beneficial influence of this type of care in post-surgical care for patients and health care providers. The most common means used to provide care after surgical interventions found were mobile applications, telemonitors and video calls. The fundamental determinants and facilitating conditions that influence the intention to use, the adoption and the actual use of services are mainly aspects of quality of health care and ease of use when applying it. The determinants that influence the satisfaction of the two user groups include technical, health, economic, social and safety factors. The favorable clinical outcomes seen with telemedicine, combined with the benefits it offers to the healthcare system and the high reported patient and provider satisfaction, underscore the benefits of telemedicine and real opportunities for its expanded use.
Language: Spanish
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