28 February 2014 Implementation and evaluation of Google Glass for visualizing real-time image and patient data in the primary care office
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Primary care physicians must conduct a staggering number of comprehensive physical exams and medical record reviews, resulting in demanding daily schedules. Few commercial technologies have been marketed towards the primary care market, which has stifled improvements in disease screening and detection, work flow, and records management, taking time away from interactions with patients. In efforts to improve the quality of care in primary care medicine, we integrated our handheld primary care optical imaging system with Google Glass©, a commercial heads-up display (HUD). The integration of a HUD allows the physician to focus on the patient during the medical history review and during the patient exam, resulting in potential improvements to the quality of care and efficient access to real-time data for display and analysis.
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Guillermo L. Monroy, Nathan D. Shemonski, Ryan L. Shelton, Ryan M. Nolan, Stephen A. Boppart, "Implementation and evaluation of Google Glass for visualizing real-time image and patient data in the primary care office", Proc. SPIE 8935, Advanced Biomedical and Clinical Diagnostic Systems XII, 893514 (28 February 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2040221; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2040221
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