Digital Health


Digital transformation affects and empowers researchers around the globe in many ways: the new tools, methodologies, and increasing knowledge in digital health allow researchers to gain greater insights within their respective fields.

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Welcome to Karger’s overview to digital health. Here you will find an outline to the fast and quickly developing field of IT supported medicine. From fundamental research articles to Social Media discussions, from applied tools to Digital Biomarkers reviews on digital transformations you are invited to broaden your scope of digital health and being supported in crossing various fields of research.


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ISCN 2020 is an indispensable reference volume for human cytogeneticists, molecular biologists, technicians, and students for the interpretation and communication of human cytogenomic nomenclature. Being available as a digital product, the ISCN online version has been extended to include the content of the Human Genome Variation Society nomenclature, making chapter 16 of ISCN more comprehensive. Further the online version contains a search engine that makes access to the text easier for general practitioners.

 

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Among others, the section “Oncology and Informatics” within Oncology provides the latest research on digital health in oncology. “This evolving field extends beyond the scope and expertise of any single individual; oncology informatics is multiprofessional by nature. The editors covering this section have different backgrounds and aim to provide balanced insights into this area” – says Section Editor Paul Martin Putora.

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The journal Digital Biomarkers recently indexed in PMC bridges the disciplines of computer science, engineering, biomedicine, regulatory science, and informatics. Digital devices such as portables, wearables, implantables or digestibles provide data that can be used to explain, influence, and/or predict health-related outcomes.

In 2020 we will publish an exciting special issue on digital endpoints and will be going to the core of digital health in order to establish how and what we measure to obtain long-awaited results.

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Quantifying the Benefits of Digital Biomarkers and Technology-Based Study Endpoints in Clinical Trials: Project Moneyball
Voice for Health: The Use of Vocal Biomarkers from Research to Clinical Practice
Digital Medicine: A Primer on Measurement
Considerations for Analyzing and Interpreting Data from Biometric Monitoring Technologies in Clinical Trials
The Real-World Data Challenges Radar: A Review on the Challenges and Risks regarding the Use of Real-World Data
Digital Measures That Matter to Patients: A Framework to Guide the Selection and Development of Digital Measures of Health
Usable Data Visualization for Digital Biomarkers: An Analysis of Usability, Data Sharing, and Clinician Contact
Considerations for Conducting Bring Your Own “Device” (BYOD) Clinical Studies
Sweat as a Source of Next-Generation Digital Biomarkers
Digital Endpoints: Definition, Benefits, and Current Barriers in Accelerating Development and Adoption

 

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Oncology

Machine Learning and Imaging Informatics in Oncology
Tseng H.-H. · Wei L. · Cui S. · Luo Y. · Ten Haken R.K. · El Naqa I.
Oncology 2020;98:344–362 (DOI:10.1159/000493575)

Decision Making Criteria in Oncology
Glatzer M. · Panje C.M. · Sirén C. · Cihoric N. · Putora P.M.
Oncology 2020;98:370–378 (DOI:10.1159/000492272)

Modern Information Technology for Cancer Research: What’s in IT for Me? An Overview of Technologies and Approaches
Ahlbrandt J. · Lablans M. · Glocker K. · Stahl-Toyota S. · Maier-Hein K. · Maier-Hein L. · Ückert F.
Oncology 2020;98:363–369 (DOI:10.1159/000493638)

Feasibility and Usability Aspects of Continuous Remote Monitoring of Health Status in Palliative Cancer Patients Using Wearables
Pavic M. · Klaas V. · Theile G. · Kraft J. · Tröster G. · Guckenberger M.
Oncology 2020;98:386–395 (DOI:10.1159/000501433)

Mountains and Chasms: Surveying the Oncogenomic Publication Landscape
Carrio-Cordo P. · Baudis M.
Oncology 2020;98:332–343 (DOI:10.1159/000493192)

The Oncologist’s Guide to Synoptic Reporting: A Primer
Hewer E.
Oncology 2020;98:396–402 (DOI:10.1159/000500884)

Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes: A New Standard of Care?
Putora P.M.
Oncology 2020;98:327–328 (DOI:10.1159/000494925)

Introduction to the New Section “Oncology and Informatics”
Putora P.M. · Markman M.
Oncology 2020;98:326 (DOI:10.1159/000490896)

Applications of Blockchain Technology for Data-Sharing in Oncology: Results from a Systematic Literature Review
Dubovitskaya A. · Novotny P. · Xu Z. · Wang F.
Oncology 2020;98:403–411 (DOI:10.1159/000504325)

Digital Follow-Up and the Perspective of Patient-Centered Care in Oncology: What’s the PROblem?
Giordano F.A. · Welzel G. · Siefert V. · Jahnke L. · Ganslandt T. · Wenz F. · Grosu A.-L. · Heinemann F. · Nicolay N.H.
Oncology 2020;98:379–385 (DOI:10.1159/000495294)

Structured Data Acquisition in Oncology
Henkel M. · Stieltjes B.
Oncology 2020;98:423–429 (DOI:10.1159/000504259)

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e-Health
Verhaltenstherapie, Vol. 29, No. 3, 2019

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Technology and Dementia – The Future Is Now
Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, Vol. 47, No. 3, 2019
Includes: From Smart Homes to Smart-Ready Homes and Communities
Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord 2019;47:157–163 (DOI:10.1159/000497803)

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Breast Care: Focus section

Digitalization in Medicine: It Is Our Chance and Responsibility Now to Shape the Digital Future of Breast Cancer Management
Harbeck N.
Breast Care 2019;14:128-129 (DOI:10.1159/000501185)

Apps and More: Potentials of Digitalization in Breast Medicine
Overkamp F.
Breast Care 2019;14:136-139 (DOI:10.1159/000501020)

Individualized eHealth Support for Oncological Therapy Management
Schinköthe T.
Breast Care 2019;14:130-134 (DOI:10.1159/000500900)

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Cardiology

Digital Health in Cardiology: Time for Action
Solberg Nes L.
Cardiology 2020;145:106–109 (DOI:10.1159/000504797)

Digital Health in Cardiology: The Estonian Perspective
Lotman E.-M. · Viigimaa M.
Cardiology 2020;145:21–26 (DOI:10.1159/000504564)

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Gerontology

Sensor-Derived Physical Activity Parameters Can Predict Future Falls in People with Dementia
Schwenk M. · Hauer K. · Zieschang T. · Englert S. · Mohler J. · Najafi B.
Gerontology 2014;60:483-492 (DOI:10.1159/000363136)

Personal and Interpersonal Drivers that Contribute to the Intention to Use Gerontechnologies
De Regge M. · Van Baelen F. · Beirão G. · Den Ambtman A. · De Pourcq K. · Dias J.C. · Kandampully J.
Gerontology 2020;66:176–186 (DOI:10.1159/000502113)

Wearable Sensor-Based In-Home Assessment of Gait, Balance, and Physical Activity for Discrimination of Frailty Status: Baseline Results of the Arizona Frailty Cohort Study
Schwenk M. · Mohler J. · Wendel C. · D''Huyvetter K. · Fain M. · Taylor-Piliae R. · Najafi B.
Gerontology 2015;61:258-267 (DOI:10.1159/000369095)

Performance of E-Health Devices for Frailty Evaluation in Real-Life Settings Is Far from Being Demonstrated
Piau A. · Wild K.
Gerontology 2019;65:309–310 (DOI:10.1159/000495208)

Older Adults' Reasons for Using Technology while Aging in Place
Peek S.T.M. · Luijkx K.G. · Rijnaard M.D. · Nieboer M.E. · van der Voort C.S. · Aarts S. · van Hoof J. · Vrijhoef H.J.M. · Wouters E.J.M.
Gerontology 2016;62:226-237 (DOI:10.1159/000430949)

Toward Using a Smartwatch to Monitor Frailty in a Hospital Setting: Using a Single Wrist-Wearable Sensor to Assess Frailty in Bedbound Inpatientse
Lee H. · Joseph B. · Enriquez A. · Najafi B.
Gerontology 2018;64:389–400 (DOI:10.1159/000484241)

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Public Health Genomics

Artificial Intelligence: Power for Civilisation – and for Better Healthcare
Horgan D. · Romao M. · Morré S.A. · Kalra D.
Public Health Genomics 2019;22:145–161 (DOI:10.1159/000504785)

Cooperating on Data: The Missing Element in Bringing Real Innovation to Europe’s Healthcare Systems
Horgan D. · Bernini C. · Thomas P.P.M. · Morre S.A.
Public Health Genomics 2019;22:77–101 (DOI:10.1159/000503296)

Health Data in Dentistry: An Attempt to Master the Digital Challenge
Joda T. · Waltimo T. · Probst-Hensch N. · Pauli-Magnus C. · Zitzmann N.U.
Public Health Genomics 2019;22:1–7 (DOI:10.1159/000501643)

Determining Pre-Conception Risk Profiles Using a National Online Self-Reported Risk Assessment: A Cross-Sectional Study
Vink-van Os L.C.A. · Birnie E. · van Vliet-Lachotzki E.H. · Bonsel G.J. · Steegers E.A.P.
Public Health Genomics 2015;18:204-215 (DOI:10.1159/000381449)

Optimising SME Potential in Modern Healthcare Systems: Challenges, Opportunities and Policy Recommendations
Horgan D. · van Kranen H.J. · Morré S.A.
Public Health Genomics 2018;21:1–17 (DOI:10.1159/000492809)

Big Data for Public Health Policy-Making: Policy Empowerment
Mählmann L. · Reumann M. · Evangelatos N. · Brand A.
Public Health Genomics 2017;20:312–320 (DOI:10.1159/000486587)

How Online Family History Tool Design and Message Content Impact User Perceptions: An Examination of Family HealthLink
Thomas S.N. · Hovick S.R. · Tan N. · Sturm A.C. · Sweet K.
Public Health Genomics 2018;21:53–66 (DOI:10.1159/000493847)

Potentials and Challenges of the Health Data Cooperative Model
van Roessel I. · Reumann M. · Brand A.
Public Health Genomics 2017;20:321–331 (DOI:10.1159/000489994)

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Other journals

Digital Integrative Medicine – Just Knocking on Wood or a Bit More?
Ostermann T.
Complement Med Res 2019;26:1–2 (DOI:10.1159/000497050)

Health Economic Evaluations of Digital Health Interventions for Secondary Prevention in Stroke Patients: A Systematic Review
Valenzuela Espinoza A. · Steurbaut S. · Dupont A. · Cornu P. · van Hooff R.-J. · Brouns R. · Putman K.
Cerebrovasc Dis Extra 2019;9:1–8 (DOI:10.1159/000496107)

Feasibility and Acceptability of an Intervention Providing Computer-Generated Tailored Feedback to Target Alcohol Consumption and Depressive Symptoms in Proactively Recruited Health Care Patients and Reactively Recruited Media Volunteers: Results of a Pilot Study
Krause K. · Guertler D. · Moehring A. · Batra A. · Eck S. · Rumpf H.-J. · Bischof G. · Lucht M. · Freyer-Adam J. · Ulbricht S. · John U. · Meyer C.
Eur Addict Res 2019;25:119–131 (DOI:10.1159/000499040)

A Participatory Design Approach to Develop a Web-Based Self-Care Program Supporting Early Rehabilitation among Patients after Total Laryngectomy
Cnossen I.C. · van Uden-Kraan C.F. · Eerenstein S.E.J. · Rinkel R.N.P.M. · Aalders IJ.J. · van den Berg K. · de Goede C.J.T. · van Stijgeren A.J. · Cruijff-Bijl Y. · de Bree R. · Leemans C.R. · Verdonck-de Leeuw I.M.
Folia Phoniatr Logop 2015;67:193-201 (DOI:10.1159/000441251)

Feasibility and Usability Aspects of Continuous Remote Monitoring of Health Status in Palliative Cancer Patients Using Wearables
Pavic M. · Klaas V. · Theile G. · Kraft J. · Tröster G. · Guckenberger M.
Oncology 2020;98:386–395 (DOI:10.1159/000501433)

Modern Information Technology for Cancer Research: What’s in IT for Me? An Overview of Technologies and Approaches
Ahlbrandt J. · Lablans M. · Glocker K. · Stahl-Toyota S. · Maier-Hein K. · Maier-Hein L. · Ückert F.
Oncology 2020;98:363–369 (DOI:10.1159/000493638)

A Strategy for the Promotion of Health Literacy in Portugal, Centered around the Life-Course Approach: The Importance of Digital Tools
Silva Costa A. · Arriaga M. · Veloso Mendes R. · Miranda D. · Barbosa P. · Sakellarides C. · Peralta A. · Ambrósio Lopes N. · Roque C. · Ribeiro S.
Port J Public Health 2019;37:50–54 (DOI:10.1159/000500247)

«Hilfe aus dem App-Store?»: Eine systematische Übersichtsarbeit und Evaluation von Apps zur Anwendung bei Depressionen
Terhorst Y. · Rathner E.-M. · Baumeister H. · Sander L.
Verhaltenstherapie 2018;28:101-112 (DOI:10.1159/000481692)

Book chapters

E-Health in Overweight and Obesity Prevention
Kiess W, Wabitsch M, Maffeis C, Sharma AM (eds): Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity in Childhood and Adolescence
Pediatr Adolesc Med. Basel, Karger, 2015, vol 19, pp 166-170 (DOI:10.1159/000368133)

e-Health: Remote Health Care Models in Peritoneal Dialysis
Ronco C, Rosner MH, Crepaldi C (eds): Peritoneal Dialysis – State-of-the-Art 2012
Contrib Nephrol. Basel, Karger, 2012, vol 178, pp 74–78 (DOI:10.1159/000337814)

Books

Remote Patient Management in Peritoneal Dialysis
Ronco C, Crepaldi C, Rosner MH (eds): Remote Patient Management in Peritoneal Dialysis
Contrib Nephrol. Basel, Karger, 2019, vol 197

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