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Chiffres et santé : la vague du “quantified self” | Belgium-iPhone

Chiffres et santé : la vague du “quantified self” | Belgium-iPhone | E-health M-health | Scoop.it

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m-Santé : une infographie pour comprendre les enjeux du développement de ce marché — Silver Economie

“ Heliceum propose une infographie sur les enjeux et les freins de la m-santé”
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App-Using Patients Less Likely To Be Readmitted

App-Using Patients Less Likely To Be Readmitted | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“The Mayo Clinic has found cardiac rehab patients who use apps to monitor their health were less likely to be readmitted. By Katie Wike, contributing...”
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Sven Awege's curator insight, April 11, 2014 3:10 AM

.... so yes,  going the extra mile with the CE can be worth it!

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Take 2 iPhone apps, three times a day.

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Eat Yogurt to Cut Diabetes Risk

Eat Yogurt to Cut Diabetes Risk | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Yogurt is the next super food when it comes to fighting against diabetes.”
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Apple, Fitbit in Resmed's sights with 'quantified self' gadget plan

Apple, Fitbit in Resmed's sights with 'quantified self' gadget plan | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Australian medical technology group Resmed says it has the likes of Apple, Jawbone and Fitbit in its sights with plans to make electronic gadgets that tap into the burgeoning 'quantified self' health and fitness trend.”
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The irresistible rise of the quantified self and life logging

The irresistible rise of the quantified self and life logging | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ 'The quantified self' is a loose term, springing up from the proliferation of smart phone technology and life logging applications.”
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Dario Is a Connected Gadget For Managing Diabetes

Dario Is a Connected Gadget For Managing Diabetes | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Dario, a connected gadget for diabetes management, could be called a Square for people who have diabetes.”
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Key Principles Of Digital Health

Key Principles Of Digital Health | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ As you listen to the rigorous discussions that occur within these programs, and witness the passion of the participants, you come away with the sense that while the challenges ahead are significant, the need is great, the opportunity is...”
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Nike, FitBit, Or Jawbone: Who Is Best Positioned To Win In Fitness Wearables?

Nike, FitBit, Or Jawbone: Who Is Best Positioned To Win In Fitness Wearables? | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ I have been spending a lot of time lately researching the Internet of Things (IoT) lately as it is a hot topic for both my consulting clients and also for long-term investors.”
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Un scanner compte le nombre de calories dans son assiette

Un scanner compte le nombre de calories dans son assiette | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ - Alors que de nombreux appareils de suivi permettent de quantifier le nombre de calories que l'on dépense en faisant du sport, les personnes soucieuses de leur poids doivent encore détailler chaque aliment qu'elles consomment pour savoir le nombre...”
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The Method Behind the Magic: How Trackers Work ?

The Method Behind the Magic: How Trackers Work ? | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
Your activity tracker knows a lot about you and your daily habits, but how much do you know about your activity tracker? Walk, run, jog, sit, sleep or dance all night and your tracker will dutifully record every move you make. How does it do it? All trackers rely on the same basic core technology—an accelerometer, which measures acceleration, which is the intensity and direction of movement. If we only moved in one direction, tracking activity would be pretty simple, but that’s not the case. We live in three-dimensions: We move forward and backward, left and right, and up-and down. (In tech talk, these three directions are referred to as X, Y and Z axis respectively.) Unlike old school pedometers that were designed to just track forward motion–that is, they counted steps and distance in a linear path—any modern tracker worth its salt captures data from all three axes simultaneously. How can trackers tell what you’re doing? For example, that I’m standing and not walking, or riding a bicycle and not running? Trackers differentiate between specific activities (like walking, running or cycling) by detecting patterns in the force in the three axes that they measure. For example, walking or running will produce a pulse in the Z-axis, or up and down motion. Software can interpret the frequency of pulses to distinguish between running (high frequency) and walking (low frequency). Similarly, cycling will produce a bigger bang on the X-axis (forward motion) and a mere whimper on the Z-axis (up and down). It’s not magic, it’s just math! How does a tracker measure calories burned? The human body is constantly expending calories just to stay alive. Breathing, thinking, sleeping and digesting your food all consume calories. Your basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the sum total of all the calories burned by your body just doing these fundamental tasks; it accounts for the vast majority of calories burned by your body. Your tracker estimates your basal calories using a formula based on the Harris-Benedict equation, which includes your height, weight, gender and age. Your BMR is the number of calories you need to consume on a daily basis to maintain your weight. If you want to lose weight, you need to burn calories in excess of your BMR. The calorie total that is recorded on your tracker is a calculation of the calories that you burn in addition to your BMR. In other words, it’s based on the tracker’s best calculation of how active you are beyond simply burning calories to run your body and perform the tasks of daily life. Can a tracker assess the quality of my sleep? Many activity trackers also monitor sleep, as do several apps offered on smartphones. At the moment, no home tracker or app can perform a sleep study that is equivalent to the polysomnogram, which is conducted at a sleep center. The polysomnogram gauges brain activity, eye movement heart rhythm and muscle movements to determine sleep quality. It can be hard on the patient, who while trying to get a good night’s sleep, is required to wear a breathing mask in addition to being tethered to a bunch of wires. Despite its obvious shortcomings—the very nature of the test itself can make sleeping somewhat challenging—it is still the gold standard for assessing sleep disorders.
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42% des médecins pensent que la mSanté détruit leur autorité vis-à-vis des patients

42% des médecins pensent que la mSanté détruit leur autorité vis-à-vis des patients | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Selon la dernière étude du cabinet Price Waterhouse Coopers (PDF) à propos de la mSanté (mHealth), tous les médecins ne voient pas du même oeil...”
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Arrêt cardiaque : les bons gestes pour augmenter l'espérance de vie

Arrêt cardiaque : les bons gestes pour augmenter l'espérance de vie | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ SANTE - L'Europe place, le 16 octobre, l'arrêt cardiaque au coeur de ses préoccupations en tentant de sensibiliser la population, souvent démunie et incompétente face à ces situations extrêmes.”
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Fitbit is crushing it in wearables; one out of two devices sold bears its name

Fitbit is crushing it in wearables; one out of two devices sold bears its name | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
For months it’s looked like Fitbit was dominating the wearables space, and a new analyst report out today seems to confirm it.A report from Canalyst shows that a total of 2.7 million wearable bands shipped worldwide in the first quarter of 2014 — and that Fitbit accounted for 50 percent of them.
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m-Santé : une infographie pour comprendre les enjeux du développement de ce marché — Silver Economie

“ Heliceum propose une infographie sur les enjeux et les freins de la m-santé”
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Wearable Devices Won't Succeed On The Mass Market Until More Apps Become Available

Wearable Devices Won't Succeed On The Mass Market Until More Apps Become Available | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
Despite all the new wearables on the market, there still aren't many apps in these devices' app stores. And without apps, there's not a great reason for mainstream consumers to adopt the devices. The wearable app ecosystem's immaturity is largely a result of platform fragmentation. The smartphone market is dominated by Android and iOS. Developers can choose to create apps for either one of these platforms knowing that they are reaching a wide swath of the smartphone market.Not so for the wearables market. It isn't just that there's no dominant platform yet, the devices are also in the hands of far fewer users (compared to smartphone brands), creating an even greater disincentive to create apps for any one wearable device.
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Vigisys's curator insight, April 27, 2014 5:18 AM

Une belle analyse qui démontre l'enjeu des années à venir : que faire des données ? Les services web pour la collecte, la visualisation, l'intégration multimodale, et l'analyse, voire la prise de décision assistée restent à développer, avec leur contexte légal et éthique. 

Haritha Pinnamaneni's curator insight, March 8, 2015 4:17 PM

Why google glass is not widely used? will increasing application of google glass will increase its sales? 

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Your mobile health apps and wearables are breathing life into digital wellness

Your mobile health apps and wearables are breathing life into digital wellness | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“The future and forces of digital health, and the four mobile health app rules developers need for success in it.”
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Montres connectées : vers une alliance de choc entre Apple et Nike

Montres connectées : vers une alliance de choc entre Apple et Nike | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Les deux groupes américains pourraient bien unir leur force en vue du développement de l'iWatch, la montre connectée sur laquelle Apple planche...”
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The Story of Digital Health (Part 1)

http://storyofdigitalhealth.com Building upon my first video, What is Digital Health? — which provided a succinct definition and consolidated the underlying ...”
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Santé sur Internet : libérons la parole des professionnels !

Santé sur Internet : libérons la parole des professionnels ! | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
Les internautes sont de plus en plus nombreux à chercher des réponses à leurs problèmes de santé sur internet. Mais les anonymes influents qui les conseillent sont une réelle menace pour eux, et pour les professionnels de santé. Par Olivia Grégoire et Matthieu Creux, directeurs associés d'Istrat, cabinet d'intelligence économique...
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24.000 applications santé mobile aux États-Unis...

24.000 applications santé mobile aux États-Unis... | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Sur plus de 40.000 « apps » santé disponibles sur l'Apple Store, 5% d’entre elles représentent 15% des téléchargements. Mais seules 23.682 sont considérées comme véritablement en rapport avec des sujets médicaux.”
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24.000 applications santé mobile aux États-Unis...

24.000 applications santé mobile aux États-Unis... | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Sur plus de 40.000 « apps » santé disponibles sur l'Apple Store, 5% d’entre elles représentent 15% des téléchargements. Mais seules 23.682 sont considérées comme véritablement en rapport avec des sujets médicaux.”
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Un scanner compte le nombre de calories dans son assiette

Un scanner compte le nombre de calories dans son assiette | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ - Alors que de nombreux appareils de suivi permettent de quantifier le nombre de calories que l'on dépense en faisant du sport, les personnes soucieuses de leur poids doivent encore détailler chaque aliment qu'elles consomment pour savoir le nombre...”
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Angel Wearable Health Sensor

Angel Wearable Health Sensor | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Angel is a wearable sensor designed for health monitoring. It is the first health gadget designed from the ground up to be open.”
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Apps M-Santé : Les applications mobiles du secteur de la santé | Marketing web mobile 2.0

Apps M-Santé : Les applications mobiles du secteur de la santé | Marketing web mobile 2.0 | E-health M-health | Scoop.it
“ Découvrez l'infographie réalisée par Heliceum sur le panorama du mobile dans le secteur de la santé, les usages et les attentes des patients et praticiens”
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