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Best Conference in Europe. Paris June 4-5, 2015. http://www.doctors20.com
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New Survey on Telehealth in France: consumers are favorable - Denise Silber's eHealth Blog

New Survey on Telehealth in France: consumers are favorable - Denise Silber's eHealth Blog | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Numerous scientific articles have demonstrated the efficacy of telemedicine, in its many user scenarios, whether linking professionals or professionals and patients, synchronously or asynchronously.
 
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How Online Reviews Are Impacting Your Medical Practice ...

How Online Reviews Are Impacting Your Medical Practice ... | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Your website should be the foundation of your online image, the place where you can introduce your staff, establish credibility, offer patient education and talk about your services. Take the time to create a site that serves as ...
 
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The Truth? Can we handle The Truth? - The Doctor Weighs In

The Truth? Can we handle The Truth? - The Doctor Weighs In | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it

This physician points out some of the persistent imperfections of the EMR system as it exists today...They can be improved..Let's get to it.

 
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Physicians’ Love of iPads: Opportunities for Pharma Reps

Physicians’ Love of iPads: Opportunities for Pharma Reps | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it

Not sure I see the need to differentiate between companies or specialties. iPad has become the common tool.

But you can see here the market research that was done on iPad ownership, professional use and pharmaceutical rep use in physician detailing.

 
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Study: Patients report benefits from online access to doctor's notes

Giving patients electronic access to their doctors' notes may help them feel more in control of their care and increase medication adherence, according to a study reported in the Oct. 2 Annals of Internal Medicine.
 
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Healthy Consumers And The Future Of The Patient-Physician - Web2N

Healthy Consumers And The Future Of The Patient-Physician Relationship. Web 2.0 News Tip A Click on the title above takes you to the original page of this article! Oct 06, 2012 TechCrunch / Michelle Snyder521 Shares ...
 
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The Case for New Physician Literacies in the Digital Age

The Case for New Physician Literacies in the Digital Age | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it

Doctor Vartabedian is part of the Doctors 2.0 & You movement.

 

This is the rough narrative of a presentation delivered at Stanford’s Medicine X on September 30, 2012 I’m convinced I was born at just the right time in history.  I was trained as an analog physician but I’m a witness to medicine’s digital...

 
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Finding the Best Doctor for You - Wall Street Journal

Finding the Best Doctor for You - Wall Street Journal | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Kansas.comFinding the Best Doctor for YouWall Street JournalHe now offers his patients longer visits, typically 30 minutes or more, for a charge of $55, he says. The prices of other services are posted in his waiting room and online.
 
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Just What the Doctor Ordered: Medical Apps to Improve Care, Health

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Medical Apps to Improve Care, Health | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
In the face of rising health-care costs, consumers are looking for any assistance to reduce medical expenses and stay healthy. At the same time, doctors ar... ... are turning to the same tool: mobile health.
 
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From physician to app entrepreneur, one perspective

From physician to app entrepreneur, one perspective | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
At the Medicine 2.0 Congress, Dr. Jennifer Dyer led a session entitled “Physician Entrepreneurship and App Development: How Did I Do It.” (From physician to app entrepreneur, one perspective: At the recent Medicine 2.0 Congress, Dr.
 
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Doctors 2.0™ & You » Original Interview with Berci Mesko at Doctors 2.0™ & You, Paris #doctors20

Video conversation with Berci Mesko at Doctors 2.0 & You.

 
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Family Practice 2.0: An EHR Obsession

Family Practice 2.0: An EHR Obsession | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Family Practice 2.0. An ongoing discussion of the changes and frustrations with medical care by an observer, participant and active provider of it. ...
 
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Electronic Medical Records – Are available Why Low-cost Inclusion ...

Electronic medical records promise to create the future of health-related brighter with regard to patients and healthcare companies, however overall, it's believed only 10 to 15 pct regarding doctors make use of them.
 
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HealthCare Social Media amplifies French physician grassroots movement - Denise Silber's eHealth Blog

HealthCare Social Media amplifies French physician grassroots movement - Denise Silber's eHealth Blog | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
The "Doctors aren't stooges" movement in France (les médecins ne sont pas des pigeons) shows that French physicians have come a long way in using healthcare social media. You may recall that the French government had to give them financial...
 
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Doctors use texts to reach out to teens - TheChronicleHerald.ca

Doctors use texts to reach out to teens - TheChronicleHerald.ca | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Doctors use texts to reach out to teensTheChronicleHerald.ca 

Her patients read her blog and follow her on Twitter and Facebook. ...

 
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3 outstanding private social networks for doctors and patients

3 outstanding private social networks for doctors and patients | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it

What is a private social network for doctors and patients?
A private social network for doctors and patients uses the best in social applications to enable doctors to educate, provide focused guidance and receive patient feedback on experiences and critical events.


Unlike Facebook or Twitter or standard off-the-shelf forum software, private social network for doctors and patients are designed from the ground up to be private and secure.


Why are private social networks for doctors and patients a good thing?
A private social network for doctors and patients enables a doctor to use patient feedback to take decisions easier and faster, reducing his stress and improving patient’s ability to get better faster.

 

What makes a private social network for doctors and patients private?
A private social network for doctors and patients, is usually based on a star topology, where an individual doctor, team or a front-line caregiver who triages calls to a second level team of specialists; interact with patients and caregivers in a secure and private way. This is sometimes called a “circle of care” of patients and caregivers interacting with their physician or clinical care team.

 

What kind of services do private social networks for doctors and patients provide?
A private social network for doctors and patients typically provides 3 core services – search, private messaging and secure data storage of PHR (personal health record).

 

So – what’s the big deal, why are private social networks for doctors and patients any different than a patient portal?
It’s totally a question of focus and a philosphy of who drives the healthcare process.

 

Healthcare provider portals take information and enable patients to access it, sometimes to even store PHR. The focus is on the healthcare provider organization repurposing information they already heave.

 

Private social networks for doctors and patients are driven by physicians under the belief that doctors not organizations drive the healthcare process.

 

The primary mission of a private social network for doctors and patients is to help doctors better serve existing patients, find new ones and build their reputations by demonstrating their expertise online." (...)

 

CE: see rest of article for a discussion on HealthTap, DoctorsElite and Wellahu.

 
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10 809 French doctors enroll in the "Doctors aren't Pigeons" (Angry pigeons ;-) Facebook group in <24 hours - Denise Silber's eHealth Blog

10 809 French doctors enroll in the "Doctors aren't Pigeons" (Angry pigeons ;-) Facebook group in <24 hours - Denise Silber's eHealth Blog | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
For the first time in my blog-writing history, I had a hard time today getting my blogpost out, because every few minutes, the number I was writing about shifted upward. I'm writing about the latest French social media phenomenon, an...
 
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Top Mobile Medical Apps for Healthcare Professionals | Modern ...

Top Mobile Medical Apps for Healthcare Professionals | Modern ... | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Radiology 2.0: This is one of the most useful apps for fresh doctors especially residents and attending physicians as the app has curated a massive amount of information. The app provides over 65 Radiology cases that relate ...
 
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Physicians no longer control information

Physicians no longer control information | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
The face-to-face encounter with a physician is evolving as a more narrowly defined element in an individual's quest to understand their condition and get better. Access to information is the bedrock of the health 2.0 movement.
 
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Doctors Use Social Media to Connect With Patients | Social Media ...

Doctors Use Social Media to Connect With Patients | Social Media ... | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
As reported in a previous article, the healthcare industry is recognizing the potential for social media to strengthen the connection within the community for existing healthcare centers, patients, and physicians, while attracting ...
 
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Survey: Physicians Lag in Providing Patients With Online Access to Data - Becker's Hospital Review

Survey: Physicians Lag in Providing Patients With Online Access to Data - Becker's Hospital Review | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Survey: Physicians Lag in Providing Patients With Online Access to DataBecker's Hospital ReviewSixty-two percent of patients want to correspond online with their primary physician about their health, but only 46 percent of physicians have EHR...
 
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Retweeted health messages may not be what the patient ordered - Medical Xpress

Retweeted health messages may not be what the patient ordered - Medical Xpress | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Retweeted health messages may not be what the patient orderedMedical XpressA study of the credibility of health messages on Twitter showed that credibility dips when doctors who have a large number of Twitter followers passed on messages, instead ...
 
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Marie Ennis-O'Connor's comment, October 2, 2012 12:17 AM
Very interesting to read this Denise.
Marie Ennis-O'Connor's comment, October 2, 2012 12:17 AM
Very interesting to read this Denise.
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Credibility Of Health Messages On Twitter - Newsroom America

Credibility Of Health Messages On Twitter - Newsroom America | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Credibility Of Health Messages On TwitterNewsroom AmericaA study of the credibility of health messages on Twitter showed that credibility dips when doctors who have a large number of Twitter followers passed on messages, instead of composing their...
 
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Syrum, the first social game of pharma

Syrum, the first social game of pharma | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
Yesterday, Boehringer launched a social game for pharma which is going to be a milestone in the history of pharma’s role in improving social media. Here is Syrum.
 
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Following Patients on Twitter « Mind On Medicine

Following Patients on Twitter « Mind On Medicine | Doctors 2.0 & You | Scoop.it
I recently tweeted asking about favorite patients, physicians, and students on Twitter and was met with a plethora of shocked tweets at my inclusion of patients as potential Twitter interests. Perhaps other medical friends ...
 
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