ECTI TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYVolume 15, No. 03, Month DECEMBER, Year 2021, Pages 267 - 277
Integrated healthcare services for ageing in place
Aoranich Saleewong, Wiroon Sriborrirux, Nakorn Indra-Payoong, Panuwat Danklang, Hanmin Jung
Abstract Download PDFThis study investigates how healthcare practitioners handle significant circumstances of providing medical assistance and treatments to patients and what challenges they face. Drawing on key healthcare stakeholders and mixed smart living methods, we develop a guideline service protocol for Internet of Things (IoT) solution to help healthcare stakeholders in coping with operational difficulties. IoT technology is one of the key determinants that empowers healthcare professionals to achieve their tasks, and our goal is to study the functions that provides to local citizens, especially older people, and to evaluate how the functions and platform could assist corporate compliance policies to increase the efficiency of healthcare service. Our field experiments have indicated a need to educate healthcare users about IoT application that provide advantages in decision making. In addition, our research has explored and evaluated the impacts and factors that influence the development and collaboration by allowing workflows of healthcare stakeholders and by following integrated smart living platform and required service protocol.
Internet of Things, Ageing in place, Older Adults, Healthcare service, Smart City