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Lessons from Use of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems in Digital Healthcare

Endocrinology and Metabolism 2020년 35권 3호 p.541 ~ 548
김헌성, 윤건호,
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김헌성 ( Kim Hun-Sung ) - Catholic University College of Medicine Department of Medical Informatics
윤건호 ( Yoon Kun-Ho ) - Catholic University College of Medicine Department of Medical Informatics

Abstract


We live in a digital world where a variety of wearable medical devices are available. These technologies enable us to measure our health in our daily lives. It is increasingly possible to manage our own health directly through data gathered from these wearable devices. Likewise, healthcare professionals have also been able to indirectly monitor patients’ health. Healthcare professionals have accepted that digital technologies will play an increasingly important role in healthcare. Wearable technologies allow better collection of personal medical data, which healthcare professionals can use to improve the quality of healthcare provided to the public. The use of continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMS) is the most representative and desirable case in the adoption of digital technology in healthcare. Using the case of CGMS and examining its use from the perspective of healthcare professionals, this paper discusses the necessary adjustments required in clinical practices. There is a need for various stakeholders, such as medical staff, patients, industry partners, and policy-makers, to utilize and harness the potential of digital technology.

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Blood glucose self-monitoring; Wearable electronic devices; Delivery of health care; Quality of health care

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