A dix jours d'une conférence de presse durant laquelle l'entreprise devrait présenter un nouveau téléphone iPhone, une montre connectée et toute une panoplie d'applications de santé, Apple a annoncé un renforcement de ses règles pour les développeurs.
Explore the five health technology trends that healthcare leaders should pay attention to as they shape the future of healthcare.
Healthcare IT is changing every day, and digital is driving the evolution. Accenture has identified five health technology trends that healthcare leaders should pay attention to as they shape the future of healthcare.
Digital-physical blur: Enabling location-independent care
The digital-physical blur enables location-independent care through healthcare IT. In fact, one Spanish hospital’s telehealth platform is reducing the cost per patient by 7 percent.
From workforce to crowdsource: Enabling new data sources for population management
Moving from workforce to crowdsource opens up a new world of data sources. One group of individuals self-organised a clinical trial to reveal that a relatively dangerous off-label drug did not deliver expected benefits.
Data supply chain: Putting information into circulation
The data supply chain puts information into circulation for powerful analysis. Texas Medical Center empowers its people to analyse complex big data sets through data visualisation and built-in statistical tools.
Harnessing hyperscale: Hardware is back (and never really went away)
Harnessing hyperscale means that hardware never really went away. Healthcare is data-intensive, and providers and payers need lower cost, higher speed healthcare IT solutions to store and share data.
Business of applications: Software as a core competency in the digital world
The business of applications will grow as software becomes a core competency in healthcare IT. Consumers increasingly want access to electronic health records and other shared platforms for decision making among patients and clinicians.
View the infographic to learn more about the technology trends that are disrupting healthcare.
Microsoft announced recently that for their new mobile health project they are striking a deal with wireless provider TracFone to extend mHealth technology to undeserved and high-risk populations.
Th endeavor is aimed specifically at people with diabetes (an annual $245 billion market). It is a diabetes management platform to help individuals keep tabs on their condition.
The two companies are also teaming up with Health Choice Network (HCN) to launch the pilot program to examine how access to mobile technology affects patient disease-management and outcomes.
HCN will give smartphones to 100 patients who are in the Care Management Medical Home Center diabetes pilot and they will have access to Microsoft’s Web-based platform called Health Vault, which allows patients to “store their protected health information and stay on top of medication adherence” as well as to “receive appointment reminders and keep track of glucose levels.”
Steve Aylward, general manager of solutions and strategy for U.S. Health and Life Sciences at Microsoft, says that Microsoft has more healthcare-related projects and one scheduled to launch by the end of the year. They are again involved with HCN and in the process of developing additional pilot projects with them.
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