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Tester sa vue sur son iPhone

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Les personnes souffrant de certains troubles de la vue disposent d'un nouvel outil, un test sous forme d'application pour suivre l'évolution de sa...
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Big Idea 2015: Augmented Humanity & the Super Human

Big Idea 2015: Augmented Humanity & the Super Human | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
“Every year, LinkedIn asks us to submit Big Ideas. Big Ideas are meant to engender dream and wonder over the holidays for the coming year and fuel our innovation pipelines. So lets go big, or go home.This will be my last post for the year, Happy Holidays to my followers/readers and friends. Enjoy and see you all in 2015.I presume that you have caught a glimpse of augmented humanity already. The phrase coined by Google’s ex-CEO Eric Schmidt in 2010 describes a world where information, hardware and”
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How to Perform a Web Traffic Analysis on Your Healthcare Website

How to Perform a Web Traffic Analysis on Your Healthcare Website | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Let’s be honest: there’s a lot of valuable information packed into a web traffic report. When analyzed properly, your traffic report can give you some substantial insight into the behavior of your leads and current patients. It can help you determine which aspects of your healthcare inbound marketing strategy are working and which need to be reworked. In fact, your traffic report can tell you so much information that sometimes it can feel like too much.For instance, if you find yourself gravitating toward the same “safe” metrics time and time again, you probably aren’t getting the full picture your traffic report has the ability to provide. It might feel like you’re making use of your inbound data, but you’ve really only just begun to scratch the surface. Performing a full healthcare web traffic analysis might require you to get outside of your data comfort zone, but the knowledge you’ll gain about your target audience and your marketing practices is invaluable. Why settle for an incomplete understanding of your traffic report when you can dive headfirst into the whole thing?Today, we’re going to break down the intimidating process step-by-step, detail-by-detail, so you’ll be armed with the necessary understanding to tackle a full analysis on your website traffic statistics once and for all.Ready? Let’s get started.What Are the Key Factors to Look for When Evaluating Healthcare Website Traffic?Before you can fully get down to analyzing anything, you need to know what you’re looking for. Depending on the needs and goals of your practice, you might identify a few other key metrics that you’ll want to keep an eye on, but this list should give you a good foundation.The Sources of Your TrafficOr, more simply: where your healthcare website traffic is coming from. We already included a thorough breakdown of the different types of traffic you can expect in this post. However, the main takeaway is that it’s important to know how your website visitors are finding you. These metrics can help you identify the strengths and weaknesses of your online presence so you can set goals and make changes when necessary. Stay tuned for more on that below. High Traffic KeywordsIn addition to knowing where your traffic comes from, it’s also important to know why they’ve found you. Keywords give you a window into the interests, concerns, and needs of your target audience. When you know what they’re searching for, you can create more content that caters more directly to those search terms. This helps to ensure you’re connecting with an audience that is already interested in what your practice has to offer.Page Views/Unique Page ViewsThis metric tells you how many times a page of your website was loaded by a browser. Narrowing down to unique page views allows you to see how many page views were generated by different visitors, as opposed to multiple views by the same visitor in the same session.Conversion RateIt should come as no surprise that conversion rates are an important metric to track through your traffic analysis. More than simply knowing how many visitors convert on offers, you also will want to know what search term or traffic source they used to get to their conversion.Where’s Your Traffic Coming From…And What Does That Mean?Chances are, if you’re engaged with analyzing your web traffic, you’re also putting in a fair amount of effort to increase it across multiple channels. Knowing where your traffic is coming from helps you determine what efforts are paying off and where you might need to change your strategy.Just like there are different types of traffic, there are also different types of sources for that traffic. Depending on your target audience, certain traffic sources might be more important to you than others, but having an understanding of the whole picture is the best way to set your marketing up for success.Let’s take a look at just exactly where your website traffic is coming from.Online SearchesOften called “organic,” traffic that comes to your website through an unprompted online search is what makes SEO so important. Depending on what search engine your visitor used, you might even be able to see what keywords they used to find your website (however, some of this information might not be available due to Google’s SSL encryption).Regardless of whether you can see what keywords prompted a new visitor’s discovery of your site, what’s important is that they’re finding it organically. At the very least, that tell you you’re doing something right in your SEO quest.ReferralsDepending on how strong your web presence is, referrals can be a big source of traffic. Though the exact definition of a referral source might vary depending on what you’re using to track your metrics (for instance, some include social media as a referral source and some do not), it usually includes any visitors brought to your website from an inbound link.While the amount of your traffic received from referrals can give you insight into your reputation as a credible authority in your industry, it can also help you potentially identify a partnership for your marketing. For instance, if you notice that you’re seeing a large amount of traffic from a website with a similar scope and audience to your own, you could consider approaching them about doing a guest post swap.Social MediaAs we mentioned above, some people consider traffic that originates on social media to simply be referral traffic, but we think it deserves it’s own distinction. With the growing importance of healthcare social media marketing and more patients using social media to seek out research and advice, your accounts can become a valuable traffic source. Analyzing how much of your traffic comes from social media can also tell you a lot about your target audience. For instance, if you’re more likely to see traffic from Facebook than Twitter, it might be a good indicator that your audience prefers one platform to the other.EmailThe best email marketing campaigns are designed to drive traffic back toward your website with a goal of converting on an offer. Tracking what percentage of your traffic comes from email subscribers can give you a strong indication of the importance of increasing your subscriber base.To make sure email traffic is properly recognized, make sure you include a tracking token in addition to the links back to your website. As you perfect your email marketing strategy, you’ll be able to determine what styles of emails, subject lines, and frequency tend to have the best click through rate Of course, like our types of traffic post highlighted, you’ll also see direct traffic (meaning the only “source” was your visitor directly typing in a link), or paid traffic from a specific campaign.See It to Believe It: Web Traffic Analysis in ActionBecause we know that reading about analyzing web traffic can be almost as confusing as actually doing it, we thought we’d end this post with a few examples to show how you can apply your efforts to increase traffic to achieving new patient goals.Goal #1: Increase Your Amount of New Inbound Patients Per MonthFirst, let’s start off with what is likely the most common goal among practices: get more new patients. We used our handy Client Funnel Analysis Tool to show how taking steps to increase web traffic can help build your leads and convert more customers, without changing your conversion rates.Take Client A, for example. Client A has a current traffic rate per month of 2,000 visitors. With a 25% lead to customer conversion rate, they’re enjoying about 10 new customers per month. But say they want to think bigger. Maybe Client A has plans to expand their practice to a new location and they’re counting on inbound marketing to grow their patient base. They set a goal of achieving 100 new customers per month. When we plugged Client A’s current funnel into our tool, we learned that, in order to see their customer per month ratio increase to 100, they needed to dramatically increase their web traffic – from 2,000 visitors to 20,000 visitors per month.Goal #2: Attract Leads From All Stages of the Patient JourneyOur next example is a bit of a unique case. For most practices, a 50% lead to customer conversion probably sounds like a dream. However, sometimes unusually high numbers can be an indicator of another hole in the process.That was the case with Client B. They were converting half of the leads they attracted, but the numbers weren’t painting the whole picture. Once we dug a little bit more into their processes, we learned that they were only attracting leads through one method – a form to request an appointment. Essentially, by only offering one option for converting, Client B was neglecting an entire population of potential leads at an earlier stage in theirpatient journey. Their focus for improvement needs to be on increasing their lead count per month by attracting leads from all stages of the patient journey. This will mean creating calls-to-action for steps prior to requesting an appointment: subscribing to an email list, downloading an eBook, etc.Now, Client B should be prepared for their lead to customer conversion rate to decrease once there are more options for lead conversion. A 50% conversion rate might not be sustainable once a strategy of lead nurturing is put in place, but Client B will eventually see an even higher number of customers per month.Web Traffic Analysis: The Bottom LineWhat this extremely long post comes down to is this: your web traffic can tell you a lot about how your inbound marketing is working. Taking the time to analyze what type of traffic your website is receiving, where it’s coming from, and how it plays into your long-term goals for success can help you develop an inbound marketing strategy that stands the test of time.
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L’actu tech de la Silicon Valley : Google Ventures investit dans la santé

L’actu tech de la Silicon Valley : Google Ventures investit dans la santé | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La start-up : MagicBus ambitionne de créer le Uber des navettes professionnelles
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Les tablettes font leur entrée dans les pharmacies avec Satispharma

Les tablettes font leur entrée dans les pharmacies avec Satispharma | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Mettre des enquêtes de satisfaction à disposition des responsables d'officines afin que ceux-ci puissent interroger leur clientèle de manière rapide et ludique, c'est tout le sens de la solution Sa...
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Young physicians should be on Twitter. Here's why.

Young physicians should be on Twitter. Here's why. | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

You — a medical student, resident physician or newly-minted medical attending — are late in the game.  Sure, you appropriately hopped onto Facebook during your first few years of college, only to rightly disengage around the advent of newsfeeds and cover photos.  You passively signed up to LinkedIn last winter only to remain passively aware that your profile exists unfettered and un-updated in the inter-web ether.

Despite this predictable navigation into online social media, you remain steadfast in avoiding the Twittersphere.

 

Well, you’re missing out.

Like you, I initially thought Twitter to be an online community entirely made up of famous celebrities tweeting how normal they are and normal people tweeting how celebrated they are.  All within 140 characters of smushed words with no vowels.   I get the preconceived distaste.

But I’m telling you, there exists an entirely different world within twitter that you, as a young medical professional, should get involved with.

Knowledge

I know a little about the life you lead.  Coming from a family of doctors and training as a resident physician, I have a reasonable understanding of your daily grind.  I’m also sure of one thing: despite your many interests in health care, there remains little time each day to keep abreast of your field’s current research and stay updated on national health care issues.

Here’s where Twitter becomes useful.

Unlike Facebook or LinkedIn, Twitter allows for you to follow most people online without requiring an invitation or acceptance from fellow users.  It takes an easy click to follow professional journals, health policy foundations and/or health care leaders without feeling creepy or fearing rejection from the community.  (Trust me, it feels good to be followed, no one will mind.)

By choosing a good mix of these medical profiles, especially those that tweet links to high-yield content, you are able to create an individually-tailored and constantly updated curated source of medical information, freely available at any time

Networking

As part of the newest generation of physicians, I am constantly bombarded with fascinating career interests and tend to dream big.  Whether theses extra-clinical projects involve working as a physician writer or engaging in health policy and patient advocacy, I am usually left with more questions than answers when it comes to contemplating prospective career paths.

Especially when it comes to more specialized professional interests that encompass only a handful of field leaders, Twitter offers a virtual, often tight-knit community that paves way to directly connect with established members despite geographical and professional distance.  It is not unheard of for project collaborations and formal mentorships to form from simple interactions via the Twitter community.

Identity

As patients and medical providers increasingly use online sources for information and support, Twitter offers a unique opportunity for young medical professionals like yourself to voice opinions and be heard in ways that otherwise would be challenging at such an early level of medical training.

Having a venue such as Twitter to display professional accomplishments, engage in discussion over important health issues and curate high-yield health-related content allows medical students and young physicians a way to develop a reputation for professional commitment and advocacy beyond what is seen at the bedside.

Take home point

Whether you like it or not, your professional image will likely end up on the internet.  Be it through the increasing patient utility of physician rating websites or your own institution displaying your professional identity and accomplishments, it will be difficult to avoid the online community from having influence in your medical career.

By taking this bull by its horns and integrating yourself online in settings such as Twitter, it is more than possible to take advantage of these virtual communities rather than considering them useless or detrimental to your line of work.

Therefore, fellow young health care professionals, I am eagerly awaiting to learn and engage with you via Twitter.

In no more than 140 characters, please.  Thx.

 


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Sharing Medical Research Through Facebook

Medical discoveries, diagnosing diseases, and research innovations all make for great content but if not shared correctly can go unnoticed. Effective use of so…

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6 Ways for Hospitals to use Social Media

6 Ways for Hospitals to use Social Media | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

Fact: Every organization is striving to be more social in this digital world. Many hospitals and health care organizations, though, are struggling to adapt. Luckily there are a number of ways for hospitals to use social media to maximize their presence in the digital realm. Here are six to get you started:

Promote Physicians & Specialists
Visiting a clinic or hospital can make even the bravest person nervous. Help put your patients at ease before they ever walk through the door by giving them the opportunity to get to know the nurses, physicians, receptionists and other professionals by giving them as much exposure as possible. Share photos of physicians complete with their educational information and quotes about their philosophy, create short videos that feature specialists providing seasonal health tips in an inviting, light-hearted way, or hold a Q&A session in the comments section discussing specific health-related issues. Patients will feel better knowing more about who is caring for them, while staff will love the additional exposure.

Integrate Campaigns
Commercials, billboards, direct mail … all are great ways to help reach your surrounding community and spread the word about your locations and service lines. Use social media as an extension to each of your marketing campaigns by directing interested parties to your profiles for more information, encouraging discussion or showcasing extended video features. It’s also a great way to get creative by incorporating interactive quizzes and exclusive social promotions that encourage users to share with friends to help give your campaign a word-of-mouth boost.

Publicize Events
Every hospital and health care organization hosts regular support groups, workshops and community forums. Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms represent a great opportunity to help publicize those events by targeting people in the community with specific interests while providing additional information, live updates and more. Set up an event page while encouraging individuals to RSVP online and invite their friends to get a head count. You can even take things a step further by providing exclusive incentives to the individuals who RSVP online when they check in at the event with free parking, meet-and-greets or whatever else you can think of.

Disseminate News
When news breaks, many people turn to their news feeds for the scoop. In fact, four out of 10 Americans indicated that they learned of breaking news from a social media outlet in the last week. Your public relations team should have a comprehensive strategy in place to help spread the word quickly and effectively through relevant social channels as soon as news breaks. You should also follow and interact with reputable news outlets in your area and follow best practice guidelines when posting information to maximize your reach and influence.

Engage with the Community
Community involvement is a big thing for many hospitals and health care organizations. Whether it’s sponsoring a 5K, raising money for a good cause or helping promote healthy eating habits in schools, highlight those good deeds with photos and/or video as much as possible and be sure to give the other organizations involved plenty of kudos. Not only does it show your involvement with other notable organizations, but it gives you great exposure from the other organization by simply reaching out.

Recruit Employees
With tens of millions of users logging on each day, social media can be an ideal place to seek out new employees, as evidenced by the more than 14 million people that used social media to find their last job. Your organization’s profiles can help paint the picture of your mission, values and work culture, while targeted advertisements and updates on Facebook and LinkedIn can help you zero in on the people with specific credentials you are looking for.


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More and more nonprofit organizations have come to realize that their "relationship" with their "community" can be dramatically improved by transferring it from newsletters and annual events to the day-to-day ebb and flow of Social Media.  Here are some #inSights into how hospitals are making that shift.

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À l’heure du web 2.0, quid des rapports entre réseaux sociaux et établissements hospitaliers ? • HOSPIMEDIA

À l’heure du web 2.0, quid des rapports entre réseaux sociaux et établissements hospitaliers ? • HOSPIMEDIA | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

Les premières journées Hospilike ont été l’occasion de débattre de la présence des hôpitaux sur les réseaux sociaux....


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Le développement de la télémédecine permettra-t-il un meilleur suivi des traitements ? | LEEM - Les entreprises du médicament

Le développement de la télémédecine permettra-t-il un meilleur suivi des traitements ? | LEEM - Les entreprises du médicament | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La télémédecine génère la création de 1 000 à 2 000 emplois (a) chaque année en France. État des lieux : - La télémédecine apporte des...
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Le Big Data appliqué à la Santé : au-delà des opportunités, quels risques liés à la sauvegarde des données ? Par Annie Chailan, Chef de marché Santé de Wooxo

Le Big Data appliqué à la Santé : au-delà des opportunités, quels risques liés à la sauvegarde des données ? Par Annie Chailan, Chef de marché Santé de Wooxo | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
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#Santé connectée : les opportunités de demain

#Santé connectée  : les opportunités de demain | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

La technologie et la santé peuvent faire bon ménage, cela n'est pas un secret. Depuis de nombreuses années la technologie a su faire progresser le domaine de la santé.


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How To Track Your Life With Apple Health

How To Track Your Life With Apple Health | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
We've already taken a look at some of the features and capabilities of Google Fit, and Apple's own activity-tracking platform is now up and running too. Find out how you can use Apple's brand new app to monitor your daily exercise, improve your overall health, aggregate data from different sources and store your medical information.

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5 digital health trends you'll see in 2015

5 digital health trends you'll see in 2015 | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
As funding for health-minded technology skyrockets, innovators are turning medical knowledge into usable tech.
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Étude sur l’utilisation de Twitter par des patients atteints de cancer

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“ RT @CathyBazinet: Étude sur l’utilisation de Twitter par des patients atteints de cancer http://t.co/VQVboqEq35 #esanté”
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Social Media Monitoring for Healthcare

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Social Media Monitoring: The process of proactive listening (in real-time) to what is being said about you, your company, product, service, or industry on the Internet.Social media is a two-way conversation that requires you to listen more than you talk. With increasing numbers of patients turning to the Internet to research their health and joining online patient communities to discuss their care, it is good practice to have a system in place for monitoring what is being said about you online.6 Reasons To Set Up Social Media Monitoring1. Helps you find pertinent healthcare conversations.2. Gives you an opportunity to contribute your expertise.3. Guides you to key healthcare influencers and opinion leaders.4. Provides you with deeper insights into what your healthcare community needs.5. Improves customer service.6. Assists you in responding and resolving issues in real time.How To Monitor Your Healthcare Brand OnlineIt’s easy to get caught up in the metric of having the most likes on Facebook, views on YouTube and followers on Twitter as an indicator of your impact. But likes, views and followers are not an objective measure of your brand’s true position. You need to dig deeper to find what patients truly think of your product or service. Set up keyword searches to incorporate your name and include words relevant to the healthcare industry. Bear in mind that most users will be searching for discussions about specific diseases or conditions, followed by specific medical treatments and procedures, so make sure you include these in your keywords.Top TipDon’t just monitor mentions of your brand’s name. Aim to evaluate sentiments attached to those mentions. Tweets that indicate issues with your company should be resolved immediately. Doing so strengthens public perception that your focus is strongly cantered on patient satisfaction.There are many free and paid monitoring tools (with new services being added continually) which help you track the metrics relevant to your brand across the web. Below I have listed some of the best known tools, both free and paid versions. These tools vary in scope and range across number of sites, real-time or delayed searching, sophistication of analytics, flexibility of data presentation, integration with other applications, and of course, price.Some tools use all in prices; others use component-based prices and some decide their price based upon your level of use.How To Choose The Right Tool For Your Social Media MonitoringWith so many tools to choose from how do you know which tool is right for you? The first step is to define what your monitoring goals are. Depending on your goal, you might only need a free tool like Google Alerts, or you may need a more comprehensive paid-for solution. The latter can be a costly commitment, so it is important that you identify how social media monitoring can support your overall business and marketing goals. Check the list of mointoring tools below and identify which of them can best meet your monitoring needs. Request product demos from your shortlist of tools to determine which social media platforms are included in the data sets, how the data is segmented so it contains the most pertinent discussions, how the data is analysed and whether actionable insights are provided.Popular Social Media Monitoring ToolsThis is by no means a definitive list but it is a good place to start your search for the tool that best matches your specific needs. FreePaidAddictomaticAddictomatic shows you “the latest buzz” on your chosen topic from Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, Google, WordPress, Bing News, and more. After you search, you can personalize your results dashboard by moving around the source boxes. When you're done, bookmark the page and keep coming back to your personalized results dashboard for that search. F AttentioThis multi-lingual Belgium-based Attentio tracks global conversations taking place across social media (blogs, forums, social networks, Twitter, YouTube) and online news sites. PBrandwatchUK-based Brandwatch trawls the Internet looking at news, blogs, forums, wikis and social networking sites and finding mentions of brands, companies, products and people. Clients define keywords (brands, topics, people names, products) and receive reports and brand summaries that they can take action on. Features mutilingual coverage. PCrimson HexagonBased on a technology licensed from Harvard, Crimson Hexagon taps into billions of conversations taking place in online media and turns them into actionable data for better brand understanding and improvement. PCrowdboosterCrowdbooster focuses on gathering data from your Facebook and Twitter feeds. It will give you some vital information regarding your social media strategy, such as when people are most likely to view your latest images or video uploads. Other features include being able to analyze impressions, total reach, and engagement. PGoogle AlertsGoogle Alerts are email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your queries. F Google AnalyticsGoogle Analytics provides integrated reporting for the Google +1 button "out of the box." To track networks including Facebook and Twitter with Google Analytics, you will need to integrate the Google platform with each network button. Social Engagement reports allow users to see how content is being shared through social interactions such as Likes. F HootsuiteThis Twitter tool allows you to create multiple tabs with 10 columns to help you monitor your mentions, direct messages and keyword searches. There are paid and free versions to choose from. FPHowSociableA free account allows you to track 12 social sites, including Tumblr and WordPress. However, if you’re interested in more, such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, etc. a pro account is a must. One of the unique aspects of HowSociable is the analytics — you get a breakdown of scores for individual platforms, showing you which social media sites are working out best for you. FPIceRocketThis tool offers blog, Twitter and Facebook monitoring in 20 languages, as well as allowing you to choose the periods of time you are interested in monitoring.FPRadian 6Tracks keywords across all types of social media, monitoring everything from location to sentiment and providing real-time data on a dashboard widget. You can create, schedule and control where your content is published. It uses a monthly subscription based pricing model, with the monthly fee varying depending on the number of topics monitored each month PReachli A tool that measures and optimises video and image content. It offers various features for measuring image and video effectiveness, and is particularly famous for its Pinterest analytics. PSocial MentionEasy to use with in-depth results, social Mention monitors over one hundred social media sites providing detailed analytics and shows your social influence across four categories: strength, sentiment, passion, and reach. PSpredfastMeasures data gathered from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr, to show how many people you’ve reached and whether or not your target audience is engaging with you. The data is clearly presented in formatted graphs. Other useful features include a calendar that shows you when the optimal tweeting times occur.F Sprout SocialSprout Social lets users manage, monitor, and track their presence on social networks including Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Social Reports provide messaging analytics, a drill-down into user activity and demographic information. Among many other features are separate tabs for Twitter and Facebook that let users capture data in a browser or export it to PDF. Message summaries break down updates into type and show how widely they were shared. PSpiral16Provides an in-depth look at who is saying what about a brand and compares results with those of top competitors. - PSysomosA real-time monitoring and measurement tool that provides constantly updated snapshots of social media conversations delivered using a variety of user-friendly graphics. PTrackurTracks sentiments and trends in social media mentions with alerts via email and RSS Boolean keyword query with option to exclude specified sites. PTwazzupA good choice for social media beginners looking for Twitter monitoring. You just enter the name you want to track and you instantly get real-time updates including top retweeted images and links, most active top influencers, and the top 10 keywords relating to your search. FPTweetDeckTwitter tool similar to Hootsuite, with features for monitoring multiple Twitter accounts, creating and managing custom timelines, automated searches for keywords and hashtags, and sending out scheduled tweets, and more. F TweetReachAllows you to track the impact and implications of your brand’s social media discussions. You can search by Twitter name, URL, hashtag, or keyword phrase and view reports that show the reach and exposure data for relevant tweets. FPTwentyFeetThis social tracking tool gives you monitoring tools and analytics for social networks, as well as other services your business uses, such as link shortener tracking. Also aggregates your data and lets you set up email alerts.FPTwitonomyAustralian-based monitoring and analytics tool that lets you measure mentions, reach, and even conversions. You can track follower growth, click-throughs on your tweeted links, mentions, retweets, favorites, and more. F Visible Technologies Helps clients monitor, analyze and participate in social media conversations as well as protect their executive and corporate brands online.Limited Free trial availableP Logo by Marie Otskua
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Leclerc vendra des médicaments sur Internet

Leclerc vendra des médicaments sur Internet | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Les magasins E. Leclerc proposeront bientôt à leurs clients d'acheter des médicaments sur Internet, comme le permet la loi depuis fin 2012. L'enseigne aura toutefois
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Dompé lance un site web consacré aux essais cliniques MyPharma Editions

Dompé lance un site web consacré aux essais cliniques MyPharma Editions | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Dompé vient de lancer un nouveau site internet dont l'objectif est de devenir une plateforme d'informations concernant les activités de recherches cliniques nationales et internationales du groupe biopharmaceutique italien.
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De quoi meurt-on dans le monde ?

De quoi meurt-on dans le monde ? | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Les humains ont gagné six ans d’espérance de vie depuis 1990, passant de 65,3 à 71,5 ans, selon une vaste étude sur les causes de décès publiée dans « The Lancet ».

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Professional medical internet in 2014 - Russia

Professional medical internet in 2014. Feedback from Russian speaking physicians. iVrach.com member survey. October-December 2014 (N=117)

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Cet homme amputé des deux bras revit grâce à deux prothèses robotisées

Cet homme amputé des deux bras revit grâce à deux prothèses robotisées | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Amputé des deux bras, Les Baugh peut aujourd'hui retrouver une vie presque normale avec ses nouvelles prothèses robotisées. Une bénédiction technologique !

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La nintendinitis, ou comment Nintendo provoque des tendinites

La nintendinitis, ou comment Nintendo provoque des tendinites | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Des chercheurs ont exhumé une quarantaine d'études décrivant des affections musculosquelettiques dues à un usage excessif des consoles de jeu. Ils en ont tiré une nouvelle pathologie : la nintendinitis.
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Vêtements connectés : bientôt une seconde peau high tech ? - Techniques de l'Ingénieur

Vêtements connectés : bientôt une seconde peau high tech ? - Techniques de l'Ingénieur | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Vêtements connectés : bientôt une seconde peau high tech ? - COMPRENDRE - Vêtements connectés,Innovation,peau,high-tech
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Peek Retina : quand le smartphone se change en ophtalmo

Peek Retina : quand le smartphone se change en ophtalmo | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Un dispositif développé par la société Peek Vision permet de transformer les smartphones en véritables appareils d'examen ophtalmologique. Un outil qui pourrait s'avérer très utile dans les pays pauvres ou en développement.

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Santé connectée : émergence de nouveaux usages en santé

Santé connectée : émergence de nouveaux usages en santé | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le 18 décembre dernier, j’ai eu le plaisir d'animer la conférence "Santé connectée, l'émergence de nouveaux usages en santé", organisée par Paris Région Lab et les Start-Up de l'incubateur e-santé ...
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10 Innovations That Will Change Medicine In 2015

10 Innovations That Will Change Medicine In 2015 | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

The future of medicine has arrived. No, we're not talking about robot surgeons, implantable memory-augmentation devices, or doctors wearing Google Glass. The game-changing innovations on this list are more than distant dreams or inventions no one really knows what to with yet. Most should be available as early as 2015.


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Let's hope some of these amazing new options make it to market in 2015