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Au salon technologique du Cebit, les fauteuils surveillent votre santé

Au salon technologique du Cebit, les fauteuils surveillent votre santé | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
(AFP) - Il ressemble en tous points à un fauteuil confortable parfait pour passer quelques heures devant la télé, mais ce fauteuil high-tech,...
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Interview : Benoit Thieulin - Big data et santé | LEEM - Les entreprises du médicament

Interview : Benoit Thieulin - Big data et santé | LEEM - Les entreprises du médicament | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Benoit Thieulin, président du Cnnum depuis le 13 janvier 2013, nous donne une définition rapide du Big Data et de ses enjeux pour les sujets liés ...
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Infographic: How Android is Transforming the Medical Devices Market

Infographic: How Android is Transforming the Medical Devices Market | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

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Une vision 360° de la Santé Digitale ! #doctors20 | Doctors 2.0

Une vision 360° de la Santé Digitale ! #doctors20 | Doctors 2.0 | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
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L'amour n'aime plus la cigarette

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Pfizer France | L’application mobile iEcho remporte un Award PharmaSuccess

Pfizer France | L’application mobile iEcho remporte un Award PharmaSuccess | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
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Bon pour mon cœur : application pour patient dyslipidémique

Bon pour mon cœur : application pour patient dyslipidémique | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire Astrazeneca met à disposition des patients dyslipidémiques une application mobile pour les informer sur les facteurs de risque cardiovasculaire : Bon pour mon coeur. Pour accompagner...
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Stallergenes lance une campagne de sensibilisation sur l’allergie aux pollens

Stallergenes lance une campagne de sensibilisation sur l’allergie aux pollens | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire Stallergenes lance une nouvelle campagne de sensibilisation aux allergies aux pollens « Pourquoi faire des compromis ? ». Présentation. En partenariat avec l’association Asthme et Al...
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By the numbers: digital health in the U.S.

By the numbers: digital health in the U.S. | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

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Hackhaton e-santé DigitalHealthCamp : une première réussie !

Hackhaton e-santé DigitalHealthCamp : une première réussie ! | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
L’association Alsace Digitale a organisé le premier hackathon e-santé en France du 28 au 30 mars 2014 à Strasbourg : le DigitalHealthCamp. Retour sur une première réussie. Une première innovante en...
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Les Français croient aux objets connectés destinés aux seniors

Les Français croient aux objets connectés destinés aux seniors | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
SONDAGE - Les personnes âgées sont encore peu équipées en tablettes simplifiées et autres tensiomètres Wi-Fi, mais les seniors et leur proches se disent très intéressés...
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Slideshare: The Digital Future of Healthcare

Slides to accompany my keynote speech given at the leadership summit of a leading European pharmaceuticals company. March 2014.

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Le Lab Marketing Digital's curator insight, April 18, 4:57 AM


  • The Internet of the body
  • The Internet of babies
  • The Internet of aging
  • Quantified Self
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Twitter Influence Study, Followers of Healthcare Companies

Who is following large global companies on Twitter? Healthcare Companies.

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App-Using Patients Less Likely To Be Readmitted

App-Using Patients Less Likely To Be Readmitted | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
The Mayo Clinic has found cardiac rehab patients who use apps to monitor their health were less likely to be readmitted. By Katie Wike, contributing...

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Sven Awege's curator insight, April 11, 3:10 AM

.... so yes,  going the extra mile with the CE can be worth it!

DundeeChest's curator insight, April 13, 5:34 PM

Take 2 iPhone apps, three times a day.

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Serious Games Transforming Health Through Challenging Conversations #doctors20

Serious Games Transforming Health Through Challenging Conversations #doctors20 | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

 

 
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Denise Silber's curator insight, April 19, 2:57 AM

Doctors 2.0 & You June will provide many insights into Serious Games for both patients and physicians..

 
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Lending Club lève 115 millions de dollars et se renforce dans l’éducation et la santé | FrenchWeb.fr

Lending Club lève 115 millions de dollars et se renforce dans l’éducation et la santé | FrenchWeb.fr | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
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Social media in healthcare – too risky to adopt yet too risky to avoid

Social media in healthcare – too risky to adopt yet too risky to avoid | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

The Internet has not only changed the way people communicate, it has become a powerful and important resource for health information. Today, 82 per cent of U.S. adults use the Internet, and among those 80 per cent have looked online for health related information. Indeed, social media (including online communities, blogs, and social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter) is rapidly becoming an increasingly popular source of health information, helping to decrease health-related communication gaps and inequalities - Facebook is reported to be the 4th most popular source of health information in the UK.

In part this trend seems to be driven by consumer facing industries pioneering the use of digital channels to engage, educate, and build relationships with customers and in doing so, changing the public’s preference for information, creating an expectation that information should be easily accessible. There is also a genuine unmet need for information and support for patients and their carers/ family members who desire to feel empowered and take control of their own and their loved-ones’ health.

The pharmaceutical industry is well placed to deliver on this unmet need and, if they are successful, reap the rewards for their effort. A recent survey found that “mastering multichannel marketing and improving digital effectiveness” was a top strategic priority for pharmaceutical marketing executives. Digital communication channels can be used by pharma to:

build more effective relationships with customers improve clinical trial efficiency (by speeding up trial recruitment and reducing dropouts through closer engagement) collect qualitative real world data to enhance other sources of information regarding products and practices.

While investment in social media is increasing, the focus is on lower risk and less innovative avenues than those adopted by other industries and indeed, the pharmaceutical industry is often described as a laggard in terms of its speed in adoption of digital technologies. An IMS survey of 50 of the top pharmaceutical companies recorded that almost half did not use social media to engage with consumers or patients on healthcare-related topics. For those that did, Twitter was the most popular (22/50) – a low risk option when used to simply link or broadcast information already out there (on company websites). This reluctance or slowness to adopt channels used by other consumer industries is mainly due to fear of regulation and risk as well as lack of content control and privacy concerns. For example:

a key challenge remains a lack of guidance from leading regulatory agencies – although as of January, in the US, the FDA has published draft guidance on interactive promotional media as a first step towards a definitive regulatory framework, but there remain many grey areas which have led to a host of fines and punishments issued by regulatorsadverse event reporting is a big concern as companies will need to monitor their own social media channels in real time to remain compliant. While the estimated level of adverse events reported is expected to be quite low (around 0.2 per cent for general posts; up to 7 per cent on dedicated patient forums) this can quickly add up to a significant number of events, a large amount of work to investigate and significant risk to the reputation of the companyjustifying investment in digital channels like social media is another hurdle - how do you calculate the value of a mouse click or a ‘like’? 

Social media’s ability to challenge geographical and linguistic boundaries, bring people closer together and share information across differently regulated regions is unique and patients will increasingly use these channels as a source of support and information related to their health. Without pharma’s engagement, or some form of regulation, there is an increased risk for rapid dissemination of non-credible and potentially erroneous health information which can lead to confusion and misdiagnosis. Therefore, the pharma industry have no option but to find a way to work more in this space to help patients exchange ideas, experiences and form opinions. If Facebook is the 4th most popular source of health information in the UK then pharma companies have little choice but to create their own Facebook profile.

 


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Doctors 2.0 & You : nouvelle édition les 5 et 6 juin 2014

Doctors 2.0 & You : nouvelle édition les 5 et 6 juin 2014 | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La quatrième édition de l’incontournable congrès Doctors 2.0™ & You se déroulera les 5 et 6 juin prochain à Paris. Présentation. Doctors 2.0™ & You, qu’est-ce que c’est ? Il s’agit d’un con...
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Rx Disruption: Technology Trends in Medicine and Health Care | World Future Society

Rx Disruption: Technology Trends in Medicine and Health Care | World Future Society | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

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Paul Epping's curator insight, April 16, 12:04 PM

A really good article that puts developments in perspective

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Le Club Digital Santé partenaire des Salons de la santé et de l'autonomie

Le Club Digital Santé partenaire des Salons de la santé et de l'autonomie | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La deuxième édition des Salons de la Santé et de l’Autonomie se tiendra du 20 au 22 mai 2014 à Paris. Un évènement dont le Club Digital Santé sera partenaire avec notamment l'organisation d'une ren...
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Une nouvelle application contre le décalage horaire

Une nouvelle application contre le décalage horaire | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Destinée à tous les voyageurs et travailleurs postés, Entrain est une nouvelle application disponible sur iOS mise au point par des universitaires...
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Un embryon digital sur mesure bientôt disponible aux États-Unis

Un embryon digital sur mesure bientôt disponible aux États-Unis | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Un embryon digital sur mesure bientôt disponible aux États-Unis
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Le premier Trophée des Objets Connectés se tiendra le 19 juin

Le premier Trophée des Objets Connectés se tiendra le 19 juin | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Les candidatures sont ouvertes pour participer au premier événement consacré en France aux objets connectés. 18 prix seront remis dans de nombreuses catégories.
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Twitter is your new migraine doctor!

Twitter is your new migraine doctor! | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

Deciphering 21,741 tweets, researchers have found that 74% women shared a real-time migraine attack on twitter, followed by 17% men.

 

The higher global peak of migraine tweets occurred Mondays at 14:00 GMT or 10 a.m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time, the study said.

 

It indicates a growing trend toward the cathartic sharing of physical pain as well as emotional pain on social media.

 

"As technology and language evolve, so does the way we share our suffering. It is the first known study to show the instant and broad impact of migraine attacks on modern patients' lives by decoding manually each one of their individual attack-related tweets," explained Alexandre DaSilva, an assistant professor at University of Michigan's school of dentistry.

 

During the study, DaSilva's team eliminated advertising, metaphor and nonrelated migraine tweets.

 

Further, they analysed the meaning of each individual migraine tweet.

 

"We sought to evaluate the instant expression of actual self-reported migraine attacks in social media," DaSilva noted.

 

The US accounted for 58% of migraine tweets followed by Europe at 20%.

Roughly 44% of tweets reported that migraine attacks immediately impacted mood.

 

The most common migraine descriptors were "worst" at nearly 15% and "massive" at 8%.

 

Results generated unique information about who suffers from migraines and what, how, where and when they use social media to describe their pain.

 

Read at: http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/report-twitter-is-your-new-migraine-doctor-1975095


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Ginny Dillon's curator insight, April 6, 11:53 AM

Are we trusting in Social Media more to share our health related conditions??

 

"There's a growing trend of cathartic sharing of physical pain as well as emotional pain on social media."

 

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Genzyme lance un site web sur la maladie de Gaucher

Genzyme lance un site web sur la maladie de Gaucher | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire Genzyme, filiale du groupe Sanofi, lance un site web dédié à la maladie de Gaucher : gaucherfrance.fr. Découverte. Maladie rare, La maladie de Gaucher est une maladie rare de surchar...
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D’Hippocrate à Google : les fondements de la médecine 3.0 - Zeblogsanté

D’Hippocrate à Google : les fondements de la médecine 3.0 - Zeblogsanté | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
vers un passage de la medecine à la santé 2.0

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Télémédecine : la HAS accompagne les professionnels - HAS

Télémédecine : la HAS accompagne les professionnels - HAS | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

Apparue il y a plus de vingt ans, la télémédecine continue de se développer. La HAS propose une aide méthodologique aux programmes en cours, en s’assurant que le service médical rendu soit identique, en termes de qualité et de sécurité, à une stratégie médicale de prise en charge classique.

 


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