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UPSA lance l’application de géolocalisation Geomedica

UPSA lance l’application de géolocalisation Geomedica | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La division UPSA du laboratoire Bristol-Myers Squibb lance une nouvelle application mobile de géolocalisation des professionnels de santé : Geomedica. Découverte. Lancée il y a quelques semaines, G...
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Comment opérer avec des Google Glass ? L’interview de Philippe Colin | GoGlasses.fr

Comment opérer avec des Google Glass ? L’interview de Philippe Colin | GoGlasses.fr | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Philippe Collin est le premier médecin français Glass Explorer qui a pu tester les Google Glass lors d'une opération de l'épaule à Rennes. Ce fut une ...
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Biogaran lance une websérie autour de la contraception

Biogaran lance une websérie autour de la contraception | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
A l'occasion de la journée mondiale de la contraception le 26 septembre dernier, le laboratoire Biogaran a lancé une websérie autour de la contraception orale : "Il paraît que la pilule". Découvert...
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Octobre rose : Et si les réseaux sociaux soutenaient la lutte contre le cancer du sein ?

Octobre rose : Et si les réseaux sociaux soutenaient la lutte contre le cancer du sein ? | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
J-1 avant le coup d’envoi d’octobre rose 2014 ... Les médias vont regorger d’articles et de reportages sur le cancer du sein. Les marques vont vendre pléthore de produits roses. Les institutions et...
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Twitter in healthcare - Statistics

Twitter in healthcare - Statistics | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

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Sep-ensemble : plateforme pour accompagner les patients atteints de SEP

Sep-ensemble : plateforme pour accompagner les patients atteints de SEP | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire Genzyme lance une nouvelle plateforme web pour accompagner les patients atteints de Sclérose en Plaques dans leurs parcours de soin : Sep-ensemble.fr. En partant de témoignages de pa...
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Implementing Social Media in the Medical Practice

Basic guidelines to implementing social media in a small and medium sized medical practice.

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Philips présente BlueTouch et PulseRelief pour soulager la douleur

Philips présente BlueTouch et PulseRelief pour soulager la douleur | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Marque : Philips Produit : PulseRelief & BlueTouch Date de disponibilité : Septembre 2014 Prix : PulseRelief : 199€ – BlueTouch : 249€   Philips Cet article Philips présente BlueTouch et PulseRelief pour soulager la douleur est apparu en premier...

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In Practice: The Yelp Phenomenon

In Practice: The Yelp Phenomenon | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

Patients can complain about their medical experiences on Yelp, snap photos of doctor's offices for their Instagram account, and even post pictures of a doctor conducting an exam to Facebook, all "invasions" of privacy that would be actionable if it were a doctor posting about a patient.

"There are important issues when it comes to your online reputation, such as the dissemination of less than accurate information about one's practice or professionalism," said Don S. Dizon, MD, medical oncologist in the Gynecologic Oncology service at Massachusetts General Hospital's Cancer Center, and past chairman of the Integrated Media and Technology Committee for the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

"Clinicians and other professionals certainly have a right to be concerned, and protecting their reputation is a subject of much interest in medicine," Dizon said.

Yelp is a prime example of the power patients wield over a doctor's online reputation. S. Steve Samudrala, MD, of America's Family Doctors, described how drug-seeking patients who have been turned away by his practice will go on Yelp to leave negative, erroneous feedback. "Yelp should not be used for medical reviews. We can't defend ourselves because of HIPAA," said Samudrala.

Bryan Jick, MD, of Fair Oaks Women's Health, had a much different experience with a negative Yelp review. A person who was not even a patient was upset that a doctor in his practice did not respond to an unsolicited e-mail and left a one-star review for the doctor. "I went on Yelp and I flagged the review for being inappropriate," Jick said. Yelp then took down the inaccurate review.

While clinicians cannot control what is said about them via social media, they certainly have a say about what goes on in their own offices and exam rooms. "Doctors should establish photo policies and privacy expectations for their offices," said Joseph Wesolek, Web and Social Media Specialist for Beaumont Health System.

"Having an open, amicable relationship with your patients is always the way to go," Wesolek said.

But if a doctor's privacy is violated, their options are limited. "There isn't much recourse for a physician, barring some pretty egregious behavior on the violator's part," said Charles Seife, professor of journalism at NYU.

"Once there's a breach of your personal privacy, it's often much more severe than it used to be because that information is so much more easily found through search engines and other tools," Seife said.

For those healthcare professionals who do want to utilize social media as a marketing or communication tool, patient privacy is still always the chief concern. To make matters more complicated, HIPAA was not exactly drafted for this new digital age. "You won't be seeing do's and don'ts for Instagram anytime soon, but, in practice, all of the HIPAA rules still apply," said Wesolek.

Vandna Jerath, MD, of Optima Women's Healthcare in Parker, Colo., has embraced social media as part of her practice. She has 10 different social media accounts, including a personal and professional Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+ , as well as a LinkedIn and YouTube account. Jerath likens her social media interaction with patients to a cocktail party. "If I was at a party and someone told me they had tennis elbow, I wouldn't start treating them right there," Jerath said.

Jerath believes transparency is the key for healthcare professionals to use social media effectively. She had a lawyer draw up a HIPAA-compliant patient consent form for her Facebook page when she first opened her practice in 2010, and has yet to encounter any complaints about patient privacy when photos of new mothers and their babies are posted.

She added that patients will actually message her if they do not see their submitted photos on the page. "If I miss a post with a patient's baby, they get upset," Jerath said.

Farris Timimi, MD, a cardiologist at the Mayo Clinic and medical director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, sees clear benefits to doctor/patient interaction on social media. "From an enterprise perspective, our greatest tools for engagement are our employees," said Timimi.

He also believes the use of social media can be part of an effective coping strategy for certain patients. "Sharing is a part of a patient's recovery, particularly for those who find that their disease isolates them by geography," Timimi said. "Partnership and peer-to-peer support can be found readily online."

But as social media penetration continues at a rapid rate, privacy issues are likely to keep evolving. "There's been a shift in what people consider private and what they're willing to share, and it's hard to keep up with what patients will find problematic and what they won't," said Seife.

When facing this uncertain landscape, Dizon offers perhaps the only solution applicable to doctors and patients alike. "When in doubt, don't post," Dizon said.

 


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CheckMe, le tricorder médical

CheckMe, le tricorder médical | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Une société chinoise annonce la sortie d'un tricorder médical connecté, le CheckMe, permettant d'analyse la pression artérielle sans brassard.
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Un appareil à connecter à son smartphone pour détecter les otites chez soi

Un appareil à connecter à son smartphone pour détecter les otites chez soi | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Tout le monde connait ce petit appareil que le médecin nous glisse dans l'oreille pour vérifier l'état de nos tympans, l'otoscope. Une start-up...
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Faire évoluer le système de santé curatif vers un système préventif grâce au numérique. - Club Digital Santé

Faire évoluer le système de santé curatif vers un système préventif grâce au numérique. - Club Digital Santé | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Partant du constat des changements radicaux qu’insuffle le marché de la e-santé dans le secteur de la santé et de la crise structurelle que traverse le régime de la Sécurité sociale, Renaissance Numérique publie D’un système de santé curatif à un modèle préventif grâce au numérique : un livre blanc qui formule 16 propositions pour un changement de paradigme des politiques de …
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Digital Health: How Apps Can Help Physicians

Digital Health: How Apps Can Help Physicians | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

Fitness, weight management, diet and nutrition, and even condition-specific apps (e.g. diabetes management) are popular and on the rise, helping Canadians to become better informed and proactive about their health.

Mobile and tablet devices are not only changing the way we monitor our health, but also the way doctors approach healthcare and treatment. There are a host of apps that enable physicians to review prescribing protocols and information, perform medical calculations, and find medical studies and developments.

One of the unique apps we discovered is The Rounds, a Canadian network that helps Royal College registered physicians engage with each other other on subjects such as patient care and cases, research, and tips on running a practice.

I was surprised to learn that Canadian physicians search Google for medical information around eight times a day. The Rounds can help doctors communicate and engage with their peers, and feel confident with the information they receive. It’s a chance to collaborate on complicated cases and get input from other doctors across the country. A doctor in Nova Scotia, for example, can now share his/her experiences with various treatments with a doctor in British Columbia. Physicians can also exchange creative and innovative aspects of their practice.

An app like this could certainly be used in other medical fields as well. Occupational therapists, for example, are often required to be innovative and resourceful in assisting their clients. A tool like The Rounds could help them share ideas and practices.

As long as health care providers aren’t spending more time with their phone than their patients, apps like this one can be excellent communication tools and resources.

 


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How Apple Is Invading Our Bodies

"The Apple Watch represents a redrawing of the map that locates technology in one place and our bodies in another."

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Antoine POIGNANT, MD's curator insight, September 24, 2:13 PM

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BlackBerry courting healthcare with Passport phone | mHealthNews

BlackBerry courting healthcare with Passport phone | mHealthNews | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Blackberry's Passport is the latest in a stream of tactics aimed at enterprises. Will its array of cloud, mHealth, patient engagement and supercomputing tools convince healthcare CIOs to give the company another chance?
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Le stéthoscope connecté s’invite dans les accessoires du médecin 2.0

Le stéthoscope connecté s’invite dans les accessoires du médecin 2.0 | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Eko a développé un objet connecté pour la santé : un stéthoscope intelligent ayant permettant aux médecins d'enregistrer leurs examens au sein d'une application mobile.
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Novartis Investing in $49 Billion mHealth market - Healthcare Social Media India

Novartis Investing in $49 Billion mHealth market - Healthcare Social Media India | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Novartis currently has 13 iPhone apps in Apple's App Store, and nine of them are designed for patients and consumers. Some, like "Sickel Cell Iron Invaders (Novartis Investing in $49 Billion mHealth...

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Debbie Irwin's curator insight, September 28, 5:52 AM

It's all about patients as partners....

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Five Expectations For Physicians About The Future of Medicine

Five Expectations For Physicians About The Future of Medicine | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
The waves of technological changes coming towards us will generate new possibilities as well as serious threats to medicine and healthcare.

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Les objets connectés, un marché où personne ne souhaite être absent

Les objets connectés, un marché où personne ne souhaite être absent | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
En parallèle de leurs plateformes respectives de e-santé, (SAMI, HealthKit et Google Fit) Samsung, Apple et Google investissent massivement dans le créneau des objets connectés santé. Dernier phéno...
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Citizen Hackers Tinker With Medical Devices

Citizen Hackers Tinker With Medical Devices | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Tech-savvy patients and family members are working with glucose monitors for diabetics and other medical devices to make them more useful.

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Santé connectée : simple phénomène de mode ou vraie révolution ?

Santé connectée : simple phénomène de mode ou vraie révolution ? | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Bracelets, montres et autres objets connectés envahissent peu à peu notre quotidien, nous permettant de mesurer notre activité physique, la qualité de notre sommeil et même notre humeur ...
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Senior, Personnes Agées & Silver Economie's curator insight, September 29, 12:14 AM

La rencontre de l'univers de la santé et de celui du bien être va redistribuer les cartes


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Un sondage à répondre SVP Pensez vous que le marché de la santé connectée soit un marché de masse? #hcsmeufr

Un sondage à répondre SVP Pensez vous que le marché de la santé connectée soit un marché de masse? #hcsmeufr | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
J’ai lu avec attention l’interview d’Alexis Normand du 22 septembre dans Vision Marketing. Avec attention puisque moi même j’avais eu la chance d’avoir été interviewé par Vision Marketing et que la santé connectée est l’un de mes grand centre d’intérêt dans la E santé. Et par ailleurs j’aime beaucoup Withings dont j’ai plusieurs produits et ce depuis…

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Qui sera le "gagnant" de la e-santé ?

Qui sera le "gagnant" de la e-santé ? | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Selon le cabinet Roland Berger, les géants de l'internet sont aujourd'hui les mieux placés pour devenir demain les acteurs incontournables du marché de l'e-santé.
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Prochaine Rencontre IRL le 13 octobre spéciale "Start up" - Club Digital Santé

Prochaine Rencontre IRL le 13 octobre spéciale "Start up" - Club Digital Santé | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Pour cette rentrée, nous vous convions à une nouvelle Rencontre IRL (In Real Life) consacrée aux start up en e-santé en partenariat avec Havas Life. Nous avons le plaisir de vous convier à une prochaine rencontre IRL du Club Digital Santé organisée en partenariat avec Havas Life qui nous recevra dans ses locaux pour échanger, …
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Prime à l'innovation avec les Tremplins de la santé mobile

Prime à l'innovation avec les Tremplins de la santé mobile | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Dans le cadre de l'édition 2015 des Trophées de la Santé mobile, dmd Santé organise « Les Tremplins de la Santé mobile », un concours récompensant les idées innovantes dans la santé mobile et conne...
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Big data startup gets funding for cancer-based personalized medicine platform

Big data startup gets funding for cancer-based personalized medicine platform | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
A big data cancer platform that helps docs with reimbursement issues and the business end of personalized medicine has received a new cash infusion.

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Marc Phippen's curator insight, September 24, 1:04 AM

The company’s software helps categorize and sort molecular genetic data, and presents relevant info up front for doctors to, say, avoid chemotherapy in patients who would not benefit from it. COTA’s platform is built with contributions from more than 100 oncologists , along with cancer biostatisticians and healthcare reimbursement folk.