Intelligent solutions in E-Health and Medical Communications Services

Increasing and aging populations with more chronic illnesses are straining health services in both developed and developing countries. E-health services may improve access to quality health information and improve self-management and thereby help alleviate the burden on health services. In addition, e-health can improve the quality of health services by increasing shared decision-making and by empowering patients.
E-health can be defined as the use of information and communication technology for the enablement or improvement of health care. A rapid technological development with increasing Internet access around the world and the pervasiveness of smartphones makes e-health relevant to all. E-health has expanded from web-based services to health apps, online video services, and social media, and new services and technologies are constantly being presented.
We welcome papers that address e-health services, especially from medical, psychological, and societal perspectives. The description of e-health services and their use, studies of why e-health services are used, the various outcomes of using such services, and how e-health services impact traditional health services are examples of topics that are within the scope of this Special Issue.
Keywords: E-health Services, Telemedicine, Social Media and Health, Health, Network with E-health, IOT with E-health, Mathematics with E-health, Communications with E-health, Computer Science and technology with E-health, Engineering with E-health
Topic Editors:
Osamah Ibrahim Khalaf
Al-Nahrain University
Baghdad, Iraq
Malik Alazzam
Lone Star College 
Victory Center
Houston, TX, USA
Kingsley A. Ogudo
University of Johannesburg 
Johannesburg, South Africa
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