Hospitals are increasingly questioning their ability to keep mobile devices and patient data secure as cyberthreats evolve, with 82 percent of respondents to a recent survey saying it’s a “grave concern” for them. For Spyglass Consulting Group’s Point of Care Communications for Nursing 2016 survey, respondents noted that personally owned mobile devices used by nurses and physicians were a large security worry. The responses were collected via 100 interviews with IT and healthcare professionals working in hospital-based environments.
Learn how to avoid the 4th leading cause of death in the US. Dr. Kevin Campbell, esteemed cardiologist and Robert Baker, founder of MyRxProfile, discuss how Adverse Drug Effects (ADR) can be avoided through social media, talking with your doctor, and a new mobile app.
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Too often in pharma AE reporting is considered as a 'bad thing'...a burden. However this article reminds us that social media can be very beneficial for people in avoiding adverse reactions to medications.
Although Fitbit's smart watch asset acquisitions activity has captured a lot of interest, CEO James Park made clear on a conference call with analysts that its group health and digital health business partnerships will be the biggest growth drivers for the future of the business.
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First Medtronic...what's next in the digital health partnership journey for Fitbit?
WHEN someone goes into cardiac arrest, survival depends on how quickly the heart can be restarted. Enter Amazon’s Echo, a voice-driven computer that answers to the name of Alexa, which can recite life-saving instructions about cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a skill taught to it by the American Heart Association.
New App Store review guidelines recently rolled out by Apple represent a big step toward eliminating potentially dangerous health and medical apps, according to Wake Forest University School of Medicine Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Iltifat Husain.
Interesting series on Healthcare 2025 from Forbes. Touches on trends such as the rise of the healthcare billionaire - 365% growth in that category since 2007. There is also a 450% increase in investment in digital health companies in Q1 2016 as compared to Q1 2011. Amazing stuff.
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