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Graphisme & interactivité blog de design par Geoffrey Dorne » L’expérience usager aux urgences hospitalières

Graphisme & interactivité blog de design par Geoffrey Dorne » L’expérience usager aux urgences hospitalières | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Ce midi, voici un document très intéressant signé par Nicolas Minvielle, responsable du Mastère Marketing design et création chez Audencia. Ce document porte
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Gene startup 23andme casts eyes abroad after U.S. regulatory hurdle

Gene startup 23andme casts eyes abroad after U.S. regulatory hurdle | Health innovation | Scoop.it
The Google Inc -backed firm is moving to English-speaking markets abroad after facing hurdles from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to one person with knowledge of its plans.
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"The Google Inc -backed firm is moving to English-speakingmarkets abroad after facing hurdles from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to one person with knowledge of its plans."

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Starting a Revolution

Starting a Revolution | Health innovation | Scoop.it
We must decompress the load of doctors so they can better attend to the actual provision of medical care. It must be about getting them the resources and other assets they need to continue care beyond the walls of the office, because that is where most of a patient's health happens.

Care coordination without care will not cut it.
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"We must decompress the load of doctors so they can better attend to the actual provision of medical care. It must be about getting them the resources and other assets they need to continue care beyond the walls of the office, because that is where most of a patient's health happens."

"Care coordination without care will not cut it."

 

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Obama confident as Healthcare.gov 2.0 launches - Healthcare Dive

Obama confident as Healthcare.gov 2.0 launches - Healthcare Dive | Health innovation | Scoop.it
The second version of the ACA's online insurance marketplace rolled out on Saturday with few glitches. 
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This handheld infrared light device is about to make donating blood a whole lot easier.
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Orange Healthcare lance le Healthcare Data Institute, think-tank sur le Big data en santé

Orange Healthcare lance le Healthcare Data Institute, think-tank sur le Big data en santé | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Orange Healthcare lance le Healthcare Data Institute
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This Device Diagnoses Hundreds of Diseases Using a Single Drop of Blood | WIRED

This Device Diagnoses Hundreds of Diseases Using a Single Drop of Blood | WIRED | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Right now, rHEALTH is reliable for cell counts, HIV detection, vitamin D levels, and various protein markers in the body. The next challenges, according to Chan, are adding more tests, scaling up production, and going through the laborious process of getting the rHEALTH commercialized. The company is manufacturing three different models: the rHEALTH One, which will be used for translational research; the rHEALTH X, meant to be used as a kind of power tool for clinicians; and the rHEALTH X1, which will be available for consumers.
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"Right now, rHEALTH is reliable for cell counts, HIV detection, vitamin D levels, and various protein markers in the body. The next challenges, according to Chan, are adding more tests, scaling up production, and going through the laborious process of getting the rHEALTH commercialized. The company is manufacturing three different models: the rHEALTH One, which will be used for translational research; the rHEALTH X, meant to be used as a kind of power tool for clinicians; and the rHEALTH X1, which will be available for consumers."

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Google fait le pari des nanotechnologies pour la santé

Google fait le pari des nanotechnologies pour la santé | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Jusqu’où ira Google ? Après les télécoms, la voiture sans pilote, la gestion de l’énergie ou la robotique, le géant californien...
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Inside the Business of Data-Driven Health Care | MIT Technology Review

Inside the Business of Data-Driven Health Care | MIT Technology Review | Health innovation | Scoop.it
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E-Doctors: Virtual Visits Give Patients Options

E-Doctors: Virtual Visits Give Patients Options | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Companies like Teladoc, MDLive, and Boston-based American Well, which Kolowich used, offer 24/7 access to doctors, who see patients via webcam for common, acute problems that don’t require emergency or ongoing care.
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Qui sera le "gagnant" de la e-santé ? - Septembre 2014 - Pharmaceutiques

Qui sera le "gagnant" de la e-santé ? - Septembre 2014 - Pharmaceutiques | Health innovation | 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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« L'essentiel des offres, type objets connectés, sont dirigées vers les patients et non vers les professionnels de santé, alors que c'est là que réside le potentiel de valeur »

« Qui sait si demain, Sanofi ne sera pas un fournisseur de Google ? »

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Behind Epic Systems' Alliance With Apple

Behind Epic Systems' Alliance With Apple | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Apple’s HealthKit for iOS 8 will initially store around 60 different types of health data, such as blood pressure and glucose. “This has great potential for population health, chronic disease management, wellness and fitness, and in general having engaged patients and attracting new ones,” says Dvorak.
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Apple’s HealthKit for iOS 8 will initially store around 60 different types of health data, such as blood pressure and glucose. “This has great potential for population health, chronic disease management, wellness and fitness, and in general having engaged patients and attracting new ones,” says Dvorak. 

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Télémédecine : les facteurs de succès en régions analysés lors du congrès de la SFT-Antel

Télémédecine : les facteurs de succès en régions analysés lors du congrès de la SFT-Antel | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Reste la question des coûts, qui reste un des enjeux de la télémédecine. "Les périmètres étant très variés, les coûts le sont aussi", a souligné Yannick Le Guen, sous-directeur à la direction générale de l'offre de soins (DGOS), citant "des rapports de 1 à 10 d'une région à l'autre". "Il va falloir rationaliser ces coûts", a-t-il prévenu.
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Les différents intervenants ont insisté sur l'importance de dépasser les réticences des professionnels de santé en répondant concrètement à leurs besoins. "C'est plus porteur que de déployer une stratégie nationale", a témoigné Eric Guyader, directeur du groupement de coopération sanitaire (GCS) e-santé Picardie.

 

"Si la demande vient du terrain, des solutions efficaces sont plus facilement trouvées", a-t-il poursuivi, en prenant l'exemple d'un dispositif de suivi des plaies à domicile demandé par les infirmiers libéraux et mis en place dans la région en 2013.

 

"Les outils de télémédecine sont comme des personnes dépendantes, il faut des personnes pour les activer",

 

il peut être intéressant de s'organiser "par usage" plutôt que "par filière", car "tout repose sur un projet médical".

 

Reste la question des coûts, qui reste un des enjeux de la télémédecine. "Les périmètres étant très variés, les coûts le sont aussi", a souligné Yannick Le Guen, sous-directeur à la direction générale de l'offre de soins (DGOS), citant "des rapports de 1 à 10 d'une région à l'autre". "Il va falloir rationaliser ces coûts", a-t-il prévenu.

 

Source: http://www.ticsante.com/story.php?story=2144&mjeton=alWUytSXA2X4q5gA13TkN3Uiwg_Hr-Vh2thR_mzCs-7KQEkZJpBr8d790pPDl9OMHbnRC8-e_gwDDa2dR-mqVg..#ixzz3KpEigKv2

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Utilisation des données de santé : faire au moins aussi bien que les supermarchés - iFRAP

Utilisation des données de santé : faire au moins aussi bien que les supermarchés - iFRAP | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Comparer une pharmacie avec un supermarché est choquant ; un établissement de soins avec un club de vacances, aussi ; des soins médicaux avec ce que nous mangeons, déjà moins. Incontestablement, les données de santé sont plus sensibles mais aussi (...)
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Dr. Web: German Medical Start-Ups Aim to Digitalize Healthcare - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Dr. Web: German Medical Start-Ups Aim to Digitalize Healthcare - SPIEGEL ONLINE | Health innovation | Scoop.it
An avatar leads the patient through the exercises and cameras and sensors monitor whether the patient has completed them correctly. The platform even makes it possible for a doctor or physical therapist to communicate with the patient using a live Internet video connection.
MyRehab is just one example of what many believe will be the next Internet revolution: the digitalization of healthcare. After smartphones transformed the ways in which we communicate, move and shop, medicine appears to be next.

Internet giants like Google are currently preparing to make large investments in the sector. In the United States alone, some $3.5 billion ($4.38 billion) is expected to be invested this year in healthcare-related start-ups. The market is no longer limited to gimmicky items like health wristbands or Bluetooth-connected tooth brushes. New applications are focusing on real medical care, from giving birth to treating cancer
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An avatar leads the patient through the exercises and cameras and sensors monitor whether the patient has completed them correctly. The platform even makes it possible for a doctor or physical therapist to communicate with the patient using a live Internet video connection.

MyRehab is just one example of what many believe will be the next Internet revolution: the digitalization of healthcare. After smartphones transformed the ways in which we communicate, move and shop, medicine appears to be next.

 

Internet giants like Google are currently preparing to make large investments in the sector. In the United States alone, some $3.5 billion ($4.38 billion) is expected to be invested this year in healthcare-related start-ups. The market is no longer limited to gimmicky items like health wristbands or Bluetooth-connected tooth brushes. New applications are focusing on real medical care, from giving birth to treating cancer.

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Frictionless Health: The Top 5 Reasons the Future of Healthcare Will Be Mobile

Frictionless Health: The Top 5 Reasons the Future of Healthcare Will Be Mobile | Health innovation | Scoop.it

"I recently spoke to a healthcare facility that admitted to one-third of patient logs unaccounted for on any given day.I recently spoke to a healthcare facility that admitted to one-third of patient logs unaccounted for on any given day.

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"I recently spoke to a healthcare facility that admitted to one-third of patient logs unaccounted for on any given day."

"Healthcare is an industry ripe to reap the benefits of efficiency in the mobile arena. I strongly believe that in the very near future we will reach the tipping point needed in market adoption of mobile healthcare-related platforms and usage. Critical mass adoption will create an environment that will make healthcare more accessible, affordable and efficient."

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Information Does Not Equal Communication

Information Does Not Equal Communication | Health innovation | Scoop.it
but read-only access is better than no access.
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"but read-only access is better than no access."


"As we move ahead transforming the healthcare system in this country, many different players are coming to the table to try and help us fix all of the things that are broken. Whatever models we end up with, be they patient-centered medical homes or accountable care organizations, or some other set of initials, having the resources necessary to do care coordination and transitions of care are critically important.

Without this, the system will only continue to crumble, as care continues to be duplicated, fractured, dissipated, and uncoordinated.

Information without communication is uninformative."

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Think beyond hospitals for the future of health

Think beyond hospitals for the future of health | Health innovation | Scoop.it
China is increasing spending on healthcare delivery and has been steadily upping biomedical research by between 20% and 25% per year. At this rate, China will soon be spending more in this area than the US – and that’s spending in absolute dollars, not just as a percentage of GDP. The Chinese believe that improving their research capacity is a wonderful way to build their economy, and I think they’re right.
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"China is increasing spending on healthcare delivery and has been steadily upping biomedical research by between 20% and 25% per year. At this rate, China will soon be spending more in this area than the US – and that’s spending in absolute dollars, not just as a percentage of GDP. The Chinese believe that improving their research capacity is a wonderful way to build their economy, and I think they’re right."

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Le vêtement digital, le plus “intelligent” des objets connectés?

Le vêtement digital, le plus “intelligent” des objets connectés? | Health innovation | Scoop.it
Parce qu’il suffit de se glisser dedans pour être “connecté”, les vêtements équipés de capteurs “s’oublient" bien plus aisément que de simples bracelets. Plus proches du porteur, les capteurs qu'ils contiennent prennent en outre des mesures plus précises. Ce qui fait de l'habit "intelligent" la star montante de la nouvelle vague des objets connectés.
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Google teste actuellement les diagnostics médicaux en ligne - FrAndroid

Google teste actuellement les diagnostics médicaux en ligne - FrAndroid | Health innovation | Scoop.it
quand un internaute fait une recherche sur une douleur ou ce qui semble être un symptôme d’une maladie, un entretien avec un médecin est proposé.
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"quand un internaute fait une recherche sur une douleur ou ce qui semble être un symptôme d’une maladie, un entretien avec un médecin est proposé."

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Life or Death

The healthcare system is massively broken. It's not healthcare. It's sick care. It's reactive, retrospective, bureaucratic and expensive. First the bad news: Doctors spend $210 billion per year on procedures that aren't based on patient need, but fear of liability. Americans spend, on average, $7,290 per person on healthcare -- more than any other country [...]
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"There’s never been a better time to be alive."

 
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The Internet of Things and transformative change for health care - A view from the Center | Deloitte Center for Health Solutions Blog - PHARMAGEEK

The Internet of Things and transformative change for health care - A view from the Center | Deloitte Center for Health Solutions Blog - PHARMAGEEK | Health innovation | Scoop.it
by Eric Openshaw, vice chairman and U.S. Technology, Media & Telecommunications leader, Deloitte LLP A shopper walks through a suburban mall, returning to his car after visiting several stores. Nearing the drug store just before the exit, a text alert pops up on his phone. It’s the pharmacy calling. His prescription is expiring; shouldn’t he…
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"There are no simple roadmaps to navigate proprietary systems and technology. The question of how to blend and connect all industries is, to me, the most challenging and interesting. "

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