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A Digital Shift on Health Data Swells Profits in an Industry

A Digital Shift on Health Data Swells Profits in an Industry | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
As doctors and hospitals struggle to make new records systems work, the winners are big companies that lobbied for the legislation that allowed their sales to soar.
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INCF Dataspace — INCF Neuroinformatics Portal

INCF Dataspace — INCF Neuroinformatics Portal | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
The purpose of the INCF Dataspace is to enable collaboration between researchers through the sharing of neuroscience data, text, images, sounds, movies, models and simulations.
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This Doctor In A Box Is A House Call For The Modern Age

This Doctor In A Box Is A House Call For The Modern Age | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
In a feasible health care concept, Teague presents a vision for teleconferenced health care at home.
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mHealth App to Focus on Post-Op Care

mHealth App to Focus on Post-Op Care | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
Using a $500,000 federal grant, UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health researchers are developing a smartphone app which allows patients to securely
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First look at Simband, Samsung's health-tracking wearable of the future

First look at Simband, Samsung's health-tracking wearable of the future | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
The Simband is intended to be used by those within the medical industry to develop new applications for sensor technology.
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Mobile Health Adoption Growing Among Doctors, for Apps and Content

Mobile Health Adoption Growing Among Doctors, for Apps and Content | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it

More than 80 percent of U.S. doctors surveyed use mobile apps or view professional content on mobile devices for work. That’s a significant increase over the numbers from around a year ago, according to a new survey.

 

The main reasons for adoption? Improved patient care and communication, and time efficiency, doctors say. The survey was conducted byMedData Group, a healthcare marketing company in Topsfield, MA, and involved polling 375 physicians around the country this month.

 


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mHealth is growing whether physicians, hospitals, or offices are ready or not. Learn about Decide's impact on the mHealth market here: decidemobility.com

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NCI establishes GDC to facilitate identification of molecular subtypes of cancer

NCI is establishing the Genomic Data Commons to store, analyze and distribute cancer genomics data generated by NCI and other research organizations. The GDC will provide an interactive system for researchers to access data, with the goal of advancing the
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Data Liquidity Coalition

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Acceso y colaboración para la investigación médica en cáncer.

 

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QS Access: Data Donation

QS Access: Data Donation | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
We start our exploration of data donation with three great projects: DataDonors.ogr, OpenSNP, and Open Paths.
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Que tal? La era del bitcoin y la donación de datos?

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Rx Disruption: Technology Trends in Medicine and Health Care | World Future Society

Rx Disruption: Technology Trends in Medicine and Health Care | World Future Society | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
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Obama precision medicine plan would create huge U.S. genetic biobank

Obama precision medicine plan would create huge U.S. genetic biobank | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
Researchers would use cohort of 1 million Americans pooled from smaller studies to study disease-gene links, improve personalized medicine
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The hospital discharge process: a call for technology’s help?

The hospital discharge process: a call for technology’s help? | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it

While being discharged from the hospital even after a minor procedure is not simple (due to regulatory documentation requirements often hard for both patients and physicians to sift through), the process for a patient with co-morbidities after a prolonged stay is daunting.

 

How can technology help?


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Cybersecurity in healthcare is now center stage. So who should be responsible?

I’ve been involved in building many life-critical and mission-critical products over the last 25 years and have found that, finally, cybersecurity is getting the kind of attention it deserves. We’re...
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Empoderar a los e-pacientes & e-doctores puede impactar en la mejora de los sistemas de salud

Empoderar a los e-pacientes & e-doctores puede impactar en la mejora de los sistemas de salud | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
Everyone deserves a chance to be healthy. Physicians, of course, focus on helping patients. Unfortunately, I often see patients’ frustrations [...]
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1. Los pacientes merecen ser empoderados

2. La autonomía no es absoluta

3. Los doctores también son pacientes

4. Los doctores tienen una jerarquía de necesidades

5. Construir un sistema de salud mejor para todos

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Scientists are trying to model our mental health based on our tweets

Scientists are trying to model our mental health based on our tweets | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it

During the holiday season, ideally filled with family, food, and festivities, the topic of depression is often sidelined; even more of a taboo subject than usual. But research suggests it is one of our most persistent blights, ranked ninth in the world behind the major killers, such as heart disease, stroke, and HIV, according to Nature.

 

Now researchers from multiple disciplines, in both the public and private sectors, are working on various algorithms and approaches to measure a range of mental health trends via large volumes of online activity. Issues such as depression and seasonal anxiety disorder aren’t the first health trends to be investigated in this way – think Google Flu Trends, for instance – but they represent an entry point for researchers, one that most recently has been hailed by a team at Johns Hopkins reporting on techniques that could play a key role in measuring mental health metrics.

 

 


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cTAKES

cTAKES | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
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Apache clinical Text Analysis and Knowledge Extraction System

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Collaborations and Open Access Innovations in Translational and Clinical Research

Collaborations and Open Access Innovations in Translational and Clinical Research | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
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Digital Health Assembly - Open Innovation Conference 2015

Digital Health Assembly - Open Innovation Conference 2015 | El pulso de la eSalud | Scoop.it
Digital Health Assembly - Open Innovation Conference on the 10th, 11th and 12th of February 2015 at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff UK. Senior level digital health professionals from around the world unite in a common goal – to accelerate developments in digital health through Open Innovation.
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Puede ser interesante.

 

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