Source: The Onion When technology becomes the subject of late night humor or lampooned in national satirical publications like The Onion, it’s a sure sign it’s breaking into the mainstream of pop culture.
A report by the American Medical Association and the RAND Corporation finds that the current state of electronic health record systems significantly reduces physicians' job satisfaction because of a lack of interoperability and time-consuming data...
The campaign is re-introducing the Strong Baby ads, first launched in September 2011, with a renewed emphasis on using social media. (#SocialMedia Campaign to reduce Milwaukee infant mortality hits social media - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel...
Michael JohnsenTwo U.S.hospitals are preparing to launch trials with diabetics and chronic disease patients using Apple's HealthKit, according to a Reuters report published Monday morning. read more...
The Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Bible: 2015 - 2020 MarketWatch As healthcare providers seek to maximize their patient outreach while minimizing costs, many view mobile healthcare (or mHealth) as the solution to improve healthcare cost-efficiency.
Evidence-based mobile mental health technologies could boost patient self-care and reduce the increasing demand for one-on-one psychological intervention, but such mHealth tools would do well to adhere to specific development guidelines, according to a new research study.
One more day of unlocking imagination here at TEDMED. While most conferences tend to slow down and peter out in their last day, TEDMED’s final sessions promised to continue serving up a rich assortment of speakers and topics.
The use of mobile medical apps by clinicians and others has grown considerably since the introduction of mobile phones. Medical apps offer clinicians the ability to access medical knowledge and patient data at the point of care, but several studies have highlighted apps that could compromise patient safety and are potentially dangerous. This article identifies a range of different kinds of risks that medical apps can contribute to and important contextual variables that can modify these risks. We have also developed a simple generic risk framework that app users, developers, and other stakeholders can use to assess the likely risks posed by a specific app in a specific context. This should help app commissioners, developers, and users to manage risks and improve patient safety.
SOURCE September 15, 2014 Over the past 5 years, I’ve done almost nothing other than speak with one medical practice after another about how they document their patient vistis and why they hate the software they use to do it.
This MIT Media Lab team will be leading a hackathon to modernize the breast pump.Most of the time, I think men can’t handle the reality of women’s health. It’s messy, bloody, lumpy, hard to relate to, unpredictable.
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