A Formal Framework for Deployable Mobile Healthcare Applications
ABSTRACT Background: Health care delivery in any typical hospital or health care center across African countries is usually cumbersome with enormous paper work, waste of life, time and resources, long queues, and ineffective treatment procedures . The use of mobile technology devices such as Personal Digital Assistants, Cell phone, Tablet PCs etc for health care delivery promise a...
Ikhu-Omoregbe N.A., Ehikioya S. A., and Ayo C. K.
Omoregbe Nicholas A. I. » Prof. Omoregbe holds a PhD in Computer Science from Covenant University with specialization in mobile healthcare systems. He published (or is forthcoming) in more than 30 peer reviewed journals and book chapters, and over 15 national and international conferences. He serves as a reviewer and member of editorial board of several journals. He services at conferences and professional meetings as... view full profile
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