Al-Solbi, Ali Nasser
November 2007
Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on WWW/Interne;Nov2007, p177
Conference Proceeding
Information and Communication Technology [ICT] has became an important tool for improving the efficiency of health organisations. E-Health applications are increasingly being drawn into evaluating the Internet as a source of end user information for health. This paper is an attempt to explore and investigate issues related to e-health applications and its implementations in developing countries, in particular Saudi Arabia.


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