The way healthcare is delivered changes rapidly. The reasons are demographic and societal changes, austerity and rapid progressive technologies. Care models are shifting from specialist oriented hospital based to distributed, patient centred care. Recent studies have shown that the Internet will play a growing role in health care in the future.
Social technological alignment becomes more and more relevant and new requirement strategies will help to identify the right technologies for the right user groups. The Institute for Informatics and Digital Information has positioned itself strategically at the interface of medicine and computing as a leading institution.
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