Challenges for Using IT in Mexico’s Health Care Industry (Aguascalientes México Case)
Jesús Salvador Vivanco, Martha González
For Mexico it exists a huge number of challenges for to use IT in the Health sector, like what , say, about the use of information and communication technology (ICT), or eHealth, that could be developed in the home health care of premature infants through the use of video conferencing or a web application improves parents’ satisfaction in taking care of a premature infant at home and decreases the need of home visits. The families readily embraced the use of ICT, whereas motivating some of the nurses to accept and use ICT was a major challenge. Or like the experience in India about the , in which their research observes that electronic healthcare has various advantages, such as easy recording, retrieval, and sharing of patient data anytime and anywhere while providing data privacy. On the other hand, many developing countries still rely on traditional paper-based healthcare systems that are quite vulnerable to data loss, loss of patients'' privacy due to non-secured data sharing, and mandatory consumption of physical space to store patients, so for Mexico this will be a good strategy for improve the health sector administration with more efficiency and in this paper is presented based on the literature revision the principal challenges and the more significant health services through the use of e-health and the opportunities for e-health use in Aguascalientes State Mexico, due to the water contamination of Rio San Pedro, the aquifer of the Aguascalientes valley.