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Orange Healthcare - Comment améliorer la prise en charge des patients diabétiques grâce à la télémédecine ?

Orange Healthcare - Comment améliorer la prise en charge des patients diabétiques grâce à la télémédecine ? | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it

Orange Healthcare, entité dédiée à la stratégie santé du groupe France Télécom Orange, concentre son expertise autour de trois domaines d’intervention : les services pour les professionnels de santé, les services de télésanté et les services de...


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Et si les patients préféraient la télésanté au contact humain ?

Et si les patients préféraient la télésanté au contact humain ? | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
C'est la question que pose Cisco, qui rappelle que les patients se familiarisent de plus en plus avec la télésanté et ses outils. Et seraient même demandeurs de services supplémentaires dispensés à distance.

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Survey: 76% of Patients Would Choose Telehealth Over Human Contact

Survey: 76% of Patients Would Choose Telehealth Over Human Contact | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Recent survey by Cisco survey finds that 76% of patients would choose telehealth over human contact highlights the growing consumer trust in telehealth

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Guy Lefever's curator insight, March 12, 2013 9:10 AM

Telehealth on the rise ...

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Services customers find valuable if offered online via internet...40% appointment reminders, 29% treatment reminders, 30% information for managing drug side effects, 28% discounts and coupons, etc.

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Traiter un cancer chez le sujet âgé : 2 applications smartphones pour dépister une fragilité gériatrique

Traiter un cancer chez le sujet âgé : 2 applications smartphones pour dépister une fragilité gériatrique | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Vous allez déterminer la stratégie thérapeutique la mieux adaptée pour prendre…

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Les enjeux de la télémédecine pour les systèmes de santé - themavision.fr

Les enjeux de la télémédecine pour les systèmes de santé - themavision.fr | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Les usages des nouvelles technologies au sein des sytèmes de santé représentent un enjeu stratégique au niveau mondial, répondant à des enjeux économiques, humains et organisationnels.

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E-Health Tracking Increasingly Common; 21% of people who track their health use some form of technology

E-Health Tracking Increasingly Common;  21% of people who track their health use some form of technology | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it

Whether they have chronic ailments like diabetes or just want to watch their weight, Americans are increasingly tracking their health using smartphone applications and other devices that collect personal data automatically, according to health industry researchers.

“The explosion of mobile devices means that more Americans have an opportunity to start tracking health data in an organized way,” said Susannah Fox, an associate director of the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, which was to release the national study on Monday. Many of the people surveyed said the experience had changed their overall approach to health.

More than 500 companies were making or developing self-management tools by last fall, up 35 percent from January 2012, said Matthew Holt, co-chairman of Health 2.0, a market intelligence project that keeps a database of health technology companies. Nearly 13,000 health and fitness apps are now available, he said.

The Pew study said 21 percent of people who track their health use some form of technology.

They are people like Steven Jonas of Portland, Ore., who uses an electronic monitor to check his heart rate when he feels stressed. Then he breathes deeply for a few minutes and watches the monitor on his laptop as his heart slows down.

“It’s incredibly effective in a weird way,” he said.

Mr. Jonas said he also used electronic means to track his mood, weight, mental sharpness, sleep and memory.

Dr. Peter A. Margolis is a principal investigator at the Collaborative Chronic Care Network Project, which tests new ways to diagnose and treat diseases. He has connected 20 young patients who have Crohn’s disease with tracking software developed by a team led by Ian Eslick, a doctoral candidate at the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Data from their phones is reported to a Web site that charts the patients’ behavior patterns, said Dr. Margolis, a professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Some phones have software that automatically reports the data.

Patients and their parents and doctors watch the charts for early warning signs of flare-up symptoms, like abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, before the flare-ups occur. The physicians then adjust the children’s treatment to minimize the symptoms.

“One of the main findings was that many patients were unaware of the amount of variation in their symptoms that they were having every day,” Dr. Margolis said.

The Pew survey found most people with several chronic conditions said that tracking had led them to ask a doctor new questions, led them to seek a second opinion or influenced their treatment decisions.

Mr. Holt said self-tracking products and services companies formed the fastest growing category among the 2,100 health technology companies in his database. He said venture capital financing in the sector rose 20 percent from January through September 2012, with $539 million allotted to new products and services for consumers by Sept. 30.

He attributed the rise to a “perceived increase in consumer interest in wellness and tracking in general, and the expectation that at-home monitoring of all types of patients will be a bigger deal under the new accountable care organizations,” as President Obama’s health care law takes effect.

But even an enthusiast like Mr. Jonas said he saw “a dark side to tracking.”

“People who are feeling down may not want a tracking device to keep reminding them of their mood,” he said.

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Laurent FLOURET's curator insight, October 31, 2014 9:24 AM

"The Pew survey found most people with several chronic conditions said that tracking had led them to ask a doctor new questions, led them to seek a second opinion or influenced their treatment decisions."

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UK to encourage doctors to prescribe health apps | mobihealthnews

UK to encourage doctors to prescribe health apps | mobihealthnews | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it

In an effort to cut down on unnecessary doctor office visits, the UK’s Department of Health plans to ask general practitioners and physicians working at hospitals across the country to encourage their patients to use mobile health apps to track biometrics and symptoms. According to various reports in local newspapers, the Department of Health claims that some 15,000 NHS patients are already using mobile health apps that transmit such information to their physicians. The apps are used by pregnant women, and people with cancer, diabetes, heart problems, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

The information transmitted from patients using the apps will be monitored by healthcare providers who will urge patients to visit their doctor or nurses immediately if an abnormal reading comes in, according to a report in the DailyMail. The Department of Health hopes to save the NHS “millions of pounds” assuming the apps help cut down on unnecessary visits. Health ministers also contend that more frequent monitoring will help providers keep tabs on patients so that their condition, which will make it less likely that their condition’s will suddenly deteriorate and require a trip to the emergency room.

According to a report in the Telegraph, the health minister claim that about 25 percent of the people who use the NHS Choices website and app visit their physicians less frequently as a result. In November the NHS Direct app announced more than 1 million downloads.

“So many people use apps every day to keep up with their friends, with the news, find out when the next bus will turn up or which train to catch,” the UK Department of Health’s Secretary Andrew Lansley said in a statement. “I want to make using apps to track blood pressure, to find the nearest source of support when you need it and to get practical help in staying healthy the norm. With more information at their fingertips, patients can truly be in the driving seat.”

Lansley assembled a list of 500 apps and tools that the NHS plans to recommend physicians prescribe to patients, but the NHS is looking to hear feedback from the UK public on which apps they think should be included. The government said the apps should be free or cheap to use, according to the Telegraph report.

One of the apps helps people with food allergies avoid reactions by using their smartphone camera to scan food barcodes and receive alerts and warnings when an allergen is an ingredient. Another app on the list is from Diabetes UK and it provides people with reminders about checking blood glucose levels and taking their diabetes medications. The list includes apps for post-traumatic stress, breast cancer screenings, blood pressure trackers, and more.

The Telegraph asked Phil O’Connell, an IT specialist at the Department of Health who developed some of the apps for the list. O’Connell told the publication these apps did not intend to “replace clinical judgment.” He also said the apps actually reduce anxiety among healthcare providers since they can better detect when a patient’s condition begins to worsen.

Big (and obvious) questions remain: How will physicians and nurses sift through the information streaming in from all these mobile health apps? How accessible will these apps be for the elderly? Will the encouragement of physicians to use these apps be enough to change the health habits of patients in the UK?

 

- See more at: http://mobihealthnews.com/16401/uk-to-encourage-doctors-to-prescribe-health-apps/#sthash.2J5ccl3H.dpuf


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Art Jones's curator insight, March 1, 2013 5:03 PM

Is the UK more forward thinking regarding Healthcare and the use of SOCIAL + TECHNOLOGY?

 

test457's curator insight, March 10, 2013 1:34 PM

that's interetsing !! 

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Le "serious game", nouvelle tendance du e-learning

Le "serious game", nouvelle tendance du e-learning | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
PARIS, 25 février (TICsanté) – Les dirigeants d'Interaction Healthcare (Pulse!, SIMUrgences, etc.) et du Groupe Genious (Az@game, Voracy Fish...) étaient invités à présenter leurs produits, qui ont formé des milliers de médecins, lors d'un récent colloque de l'association Formaticsanté.

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L’e-santé, un marché qui se porte bien

L’e-santé bénéficie d’un contexte particulièrement porteur. Estimé en 2012 à 2,4 milliards d’euros, le marché devrait progresser de 4 % à 7% en moyenne par an, à l’horizon 2017 selon les estimations des experts Xerfi-Precepta qui vient de publier une étude de 200 pages sur le sujet*. Le segment de la télémédecine enregistrera la plus forte croissance, devant ceux de la télésanté (hors télémédecine) et des systèmes d’information de santé.


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How Pharmaceuticals Can Avoid the Side Effects of Social Media | MIT Sloan Management Review

How Pharmaceuticals Can Avoid the Side Effects of Social Media | MIT Sloan Management Review | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Dr. Ed Tucker of Janssen Research & Development LLC discusses how pharmaceutical firms need to approach social media.

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Sanofi lance une étude d'envergure en télédiabétologie - Mars 2013 - Pharmaceutiques

Sanofi lance une étude d'envergure en télédiabétologie - Mars 2013 - Pharmaceutiques | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Sanofi donne le coup d'envoi de son étude Télésage qui devrait valider l'intérêt médical et l'impact médico-économique de Diabeo®, une solution permettant aux diabétiques de calculer leurs doses d'insulines en temps réel et d'ajuster leur traitement.

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ONCO-G8 | iPhone/iPad | Apps Française

ONCO-G8 | iPhone/iPad | Apps Française | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it

Vous allez déterminer la stratégie thérapeutique la mieux adaptée pour prendre en charge votre patient atteint d’un cancer.
ONCO–G8 est une application iPhone qui vous aidera à évaluer rapidement l’espérance de vie de vos patients de plus de 65 ans, mais aussi l’intérêt d’une consultation gériatrique spécialisée.


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La Kinect comme outil de télémédecine pour améliorer le secteur de la santé

La Kinect comme outil de télémédecine pour améliorer le secteur de la santé | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Utiliser cette technologie à des fins médicales permettrait de sauver des vies dans des régions reculées et de réduire la surcharge des hôpitaux.

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Telemedicine: The cost effective future of medicine? | Healthcare Finance News


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Bernard Strée's curator insight, March 8, 2013 3:06 AM

An analysis of some recent telemed initiatives and interviews with thought leaders in the field suggest that telemedicine can transform U.S. healthcare into a cost effective system.

Among the initiatives examined are three – mobile poison consultations, Baby CareLink and a telestroke program – from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston.

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Oh, alors c'est la façon dont la recherche fonctionne ? Merci, Google !

Oh, alors c'est la façon dont la recherche fonctionne ? Merci, Google ! | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Comment marche la recherche Google ? Google a publié une infographie interactive qui explique tout : exploration, indexation, algorithmes, spam ...

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La vente de médicaments sur Internet entravée

La vente de médicaments sur Internet entravée | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
Le gouvernement veut que les médicaments sur Internet soient plus chers qu'en officine. Une mesure absurde pour l'Autorité de la concurrence, qui lance aussi une enquête sur la chaîne de distribution du médicament.

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6 Innovations That Will Change Healthcare

6 Innovations That Will Change Healthcare | Change Healthcare with Digital | Scoop.it
When economists, data scientists and medical professionals team up, the result is often remarkable innovation.
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