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Special Issue on Mining Big Data in Biomedicine and Health Care - Journal of Biomedical Informatics - Elsevier

Special Issue on Mining Big Data in Biomedicine and Health Care - Journal of Biomedical Informatics - Elsevier | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Due date for submissions: March 31, 2015

While the biomedical and healthcare research enterprises are producing increasingly large amounts of...

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Insurer's maternity app rewards healthy behaviors

Insurer's maternity app rewards healthy behaviors | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
United Healthcare's Baby Blocks app seeks to become all-in-one hub for expectant moms and their babies.

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Les innovations et performances phares des hôpitaux français en 2014

Les innovations et performances phares des hôpitaux français en 2014 | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
La Tribune revient sur une dizaine d'innovations, idées et opérations marquantes produites dans et par les établissements hospitaliers au cours de l'année écoulée.

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Démocratiser la santé connectée grâce au papier électronique

Démocratiser la santé connectée grâce au papier électronique | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Une nouvelle méthode pour produire des circuits électriques sur papier promet de rendre toujours plus accessible la santé connectée.

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L'application qui pourrait vous sauver la vie

L'application qui pourrait vous sauver la vie | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
TECHNO - Une triste histoire a donné naissance à une application d'utilité publique.

Elizabeth, 78 ans, vit seule en banlieue parisienne. Vers 21h40, elle ressent une douleur thoracique. Elle a juste le temps d’appeler l...

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Toujours mal à l'aise avec les données de santé personnelles qui s'affichent même  lorsque le smartphone est verrouillé ...

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NHS to 'unlock secrets' using DNA

NHS to 'unlock secrets' using DNA | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
A new genetics project could help "unlock a series of secrets about devastating diseases" including cancer and rare genetic disorders, the NHS says.

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Professional medical internet in 2014 - Russia

Professional medical internet in 2014. Feedback from Russian speaking physicians. iVrach.com member survey. October-December 2014 (N=117)

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Patients show little interest integrating mHealth data with health records ... - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)

Patients show little interest integrating mHealth data with health records ... - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Patients have little to no interest in integrating mHealth data into medical health records, according to a Forbes report on a poll of care providers.
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Top 10 mHealth News stories of 2014 - mHealthNews

Top 10 mHealth News stories of 2014 - mHealthNews | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Tech stalwarts and startups alike are all in this year's roundup of popular stories but it's not just glitz. We're talking telehealth codes, evidence-based medicine, population health data and improved workflow for clinicians.
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La prévention santé en entreprise, le sujet qui monte?

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CellScope’s iPhone-enabled otoscope, remote consultation service launches for CA parents

CellScope’s iPhone-enabled otoscope, remote consultation service launches for CA parents | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Parents in California who have children who get chronic ear infections will soon have a more convenient way to get their kids care.

San Francisco-based CellScope, a Khosla Ventures-backed Rock Health alum, has begun taking preorders for its FDA registered smartphone-enabled otoscope, called Oto Home.

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Otoscopios para padres conectados  con el profesional vía telemedicina ¿qué os parece la idea?

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Apple vs. Google: the battle for digital health

Apple vs. Google: the battle for digital health | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
It’s an exciting time in digital health right now. The industry is going mainstream, becoming more consumer focused and large well-known multinational corporations are beginning ...

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JE CONSULTE MON MEDECIN VIA FACEBOOK ..QUAND LA REALITE DEPASSE LA FICTION ! #sim4health #hcsmeufr

JE CONSULTE MON MEDECIN VIA FACEBOOK ..QUAND LA REALITE DEPASSE LA FICTION ! #sim4health #hcsmeufr | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

JE CONSULTE MON MEDECIN VIA FACEBOOK ..QUAND LA REALITE DEPASSE LA FICTION ! #sim4health

Extraordinaire actualité que celle du rachat par Facebook de Oculus VR pour plus de 2 milliards de $.

 

EXTRAORDINAIRE… car c’est la deuxième acquisition en quelques semaines du géant américain qui avait déjà déboursé plus de 16 milliards de $ pour se payer Whatsapp… j’avais d’ailleurs écrit un article à ce sujet sur le site du Club Digital Santé : « What’s App Doc ? »

EXTRAORDINAIRE…  car cela traduit l’explosion attendue sur ce marché de la réalité virtuelle comme l’a si bien décrit Markus Persson, plus connu sous le nom Notch pour les initiés, le créateur du jeu best seller « Minecraft » dans son article « Virtual Reality is going to change the world ».

Les rumeurs s’amplifient d’ailleurs depuis quelques jours annonçant l’entrée sur ce marché de SONY avec son casque de réalité virtuelle pour la PS4 et cela fait des mois que Google avec les « GoogleGlass » ouvre la voie en multipliant les usages en santé.

 

EXTRAORDINAIRE…  car Marck Zuckerberg, le fondateur de Facebook, dans une interview donnée cette semaine décrit ce que pourra être le futur avec Oculus… du suivi de classe virtuelle par les étudiants, au shopping depuis chez soi…en passant par une consultation médicale en réalité virtuelle.

 

Voilà donc le dernier membre des GAFAM (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft) qui entre dans le domaine de la E santé… le nouvel Eldorado ?

EXTRAORDINAIRE …enfin, car je suis impatient d’assister à la conférence exceptionnelle, organisée le 3 avril prochain par Interaction Healthcare :

« Du serious game au Google glass, comment la simulation numérique peut changer la pratique du médecin et la vie du patient ? »

Lors de cette conférence nous verrons tous les usages qui peuvent être faits de la simulation numérique et des serious games en santé.

Il y aura les acteurs qui ont à la fois construit le cadre (rapporteur du rapport de la HAS sur le sujet) mais aussi ceux qui ont des expériences en la matière (Lilly et Janssen feront un retour d’expérience très intéressant).


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"Du serious game au Google glass, comment la simulation numérique peut changer la pratique du médecin et la vie du patient ?"

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"Du serious game au Google glass, comment la simulation numérique peut changer la pratique du médecin et la vie du patient ?"

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How Big Data Will Transform Our Economy And Our Lives In 2015

How Big Data Will Transform Our Economy And Our Lives In 2015 | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

The great Danish physicist Niels Bohr once observed that “prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future.” Particularly in the..


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Primary Care Doctors And Digital Health

Primary Care Doctors And Digital Health | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Infographic highlighting the use of digital, mobile, apps, and clinical resources online by US Primary Care Physicians  (source: Digital Insights Group).

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If consumer-facing behavioral apps changed the same health outcomes that pills do, they would become real treatment options, and enter this graphic at the beginning of the flow rather than the end of it.

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Une campagne pour faire avancer la santé numérique

Une campagne pour faire avancer la santé numérique | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Dans quelques jours, s’effectuera le lancement d’une campagne de mobilisation pour faire avancer la santé numérique en France.   Cette campagne « Faire avancer la santé Numérique » dont la particul...

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10 social media events that changed healthcare in 2014

10 social media events that changed healthcare in 2014 | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

The year 2014 has been incredible for social media in healthcare. Consumers and patients have taken on industry and regulators to change the course of healthcare history, and regulators all over the world have embraced social media innovation like never before.

For pharma, the lessons of social media in 2014 are significant. Here are 10 of what I see as the most notable social media events of the year, along with insights for pharma.

1. Social media is used to crowd-source access to unapproved drug

In what the Washington Post called a "crowd-sourced medical decision", Josh Hardy, a seven-year-old boy who was close to death, gained access to an unapproved treatment after 20,000 people signed a petition urging the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to allow access to the drug on compassionate grounds.


"Within days of launching in March, the 'Save Josh' Facebook page had over 25,000 followers and had reached more than a million people"



The petition was part of an online campaign on Facebook and Twitter which resulted in the drug's maker, Chimerix, receiving calls, emails and letters on Josh's behalf. Within days of launching in March, the 'Save Josh' Facebook page had over 25,000 followers and had reached more than a million people.

After news outlets including CNN and Fox5 covered the campaign, Chimerix announced that Josh's story had accelerated talks with the FDA, which had allowed a 20-patient paediatric clinical trial to be set up with Josh as the first patient.

Josh headed home four months later and is now at the heart of a campaign to support other child cancer patients.

Pharma insight: When consumer action on social media feeds traditional media, even regulators can be moved.

2. Pharma fears that social media could 'unblind' clinical trials

In March, Pfizer's head of Clinical Innovation for Worldwide Research & Development, Craig Lipset, published concerns in Nature Medicine Journal that patients' use of social media was changing the nature of clinical trials and potentially skewing research data.

Lipset cited examples including blogs, discussion forums and patient social media platform PatientsLikeMe as channels where clinical trial participants are sharing experiences, even collaborating to identify which arm of a particular trial they are on.

The solution to this challenge, said Lipset, is for clinical trial sponsors to "work with regulators to define pathways to monitor social media use by trial participants to understand if conversations on the internet will affect their interpretation of study results."

Pharma insight: In Lipset's words, "social media use might compromise the integrity of research studies and... it might also offer new opportunities."

3. Australia issues social media policy for health practitioners

Also in March, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) issued a social media policy for all registered health practitioners and medical students, "to help practitioners understand their obligations when using social media". The policy is a brief document which simply reminds health practitioners that their board's code of conduct and obligations under national law apply online just as they do offline.

Australia's regulator was not the first to issue social media guidelines for healthcare professionals – the UK's General Medical Council published guidance on doctors' use of social media a year earlier.

Pharma insight: Your healthcare professional customers are using public social media professionally, and regulators worldwide are responding with guidance.

4. UK healthcare professionals crowd-source social media advocacy for NICE drug recommendation

In May, NICE, the UK's independent body that develops policies for NHS spending, issued final draft guidance recommending enzalutamide (Xtandi) for prostate cancer. The decision followedonline campaigning by prominent healthcare professionals in social media, or 'Digital Opinion Leaders' including urologists, as well as patient group Prostate Cancer UK.

In a statement, NICE acknowledged the role of patient groups and professional organisations in its decision making. Meanwhile, Prostate Cancer UK celebrated the decision on its Facebook page. "We made our voices heard", it said.

Pharma insight: Your product's market success could be shaped by the activity of healthcare professionals in social media.

5. The US FDA social media guidance for pharma is not worth the wait, after all

2014 should have been the year that pharma innovation in social media really took off. Ever since the FDA's 2009 public hearing on social media, the absence of guidance from the US regulator had become a popular excuse for the industry's sluggishness online.


"The FDA's social media guidance for pharma ... turned out to be largely irrelevant for international pharmaceutical companies with markets outside the US"



In June, the FDA's social media guidance for pharma put an end to the long wait but turned out to be largely irrelevant for international pharmaceutical companies with markets outside the US.

Pharma insight: Don't expect a regulator to give you your social media strategy.

6. The world turns upside down over Ebola

In what the World Health Organization described as "the most severe acute public health emergency seen in modern times", the Ebola virus disease prompted relative indifference in social media for months while it remained in West Africa, where it killed thousands. But in August, when the first Ebola patient arrived in Europe and soon afterwards in the US, social media exploded with conversation.

For a few months during the peak of activity, social media posts about Ebola ranged from news reports to rumours, cures, vaccines and conspiracy theories. Up to 16,000 social media posts per hour were recorded in one study, which analysed more than four million posts about Ebola over the course of 2014.

Pharma insight: Social media is a real-time indicator of the health fears felt by the public worldwide.

7. US consumer group shapes pharmacy's global location strategy

In August, US pharmacy chain Walgreens announced that on completing its purchase of Alliance Boots it would keep its headquarters and tax base in the US.

The announcement was hailed as a victory by Change to Win, a coalition of labour unions in the US, which had launched a number of online petitions and a Facebook page entitled 'Walgreens gone wrong'. The group's social media tactics mobilised consumer action calling on Walgreens not to perform a so-called 'inversion' by moving its headquarters outside the US in order to save billions of dollars in taxes.

Announcing the decision to remain in the US, Walgreens said it was "mindful of the ongoing public reaction to a potential inversion".

"Successfully pushing Walgreens to remain in Illinois is a huge victory, and shows the power of grassroots pressure," said Change to Win in response to Walgreens' decision.

Pharma insight: This is not the first time that consumer action in social media has impacted the direction of major healthcare companies, and it is unlikely to be the last.

8. European regulators launch initiative to capture drug safety information via smartphones and social media

The UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) announced in September that it was leading a consortium with European medicines regulators, academics and the pharmaceutical industry to develop new ways of gathering information on suspected adverse drug reactions (ADRs).

As well as developing a mobile app for reporting these, MHRA said that the initiative would also investigate the potential for publicly available social media data for identifying potential drug safety issues.

"The growing use of smartphones and tablets by patients and healthcare professionals creates a need for reporting forms to be provided on these platforms to ensure regulators receive ADR reports that are easy to access and complete," said an MHRA spokesperson.

"Additionally the recent growth of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and the many specialist sites and blogs has given rise to many people sharing their medical experiences publicly on the internet.

"Such data sharing, if properly harnessed, could provide an extremely valuable source of information for monitoring the safety of medicines after they have been licensed."

Pharma insight: After years of pharma worrying about discovering ADRs in social media, regulators could soon be one step ahead.

9. US pharma company attempts to 'crowd-fund' vaccine development

Following the worldwide explosion of social media conversation about Ebola, Pentamer Pharmaceuticals launched an appeal on crowdfunding site Indiegogo, to raise $140,000 to test a novel vaccine against the disease. Crowd funding allows businesses to raise capital from a large number of investors, each making small contributions, and recent funding applications by others on Inidiegogo have raised millions of dollars.

"It is a shame that traditional investors have little interest in helping out. Maybe they will think differently when Ebola is crawling up their front porch," said Pentamer Pharmaceuticals in its crowd funding appeal.

The campaign, which opened on 13 October and closed six weeks later, raised just $1,400, achieving 1 per cent of its goal.

Pharma insight: For pharma, joining the crowd of social media innovators is not always as easy as it looks.

10. UK NHS promises mobile access to personal health records in 2015

The NHS unveiled plans that promise to give every patient in the UK digital access to their GP records next year, and full access to every detail of doctor and hospital visits including drugs, reactions, and tests by the end of 2018.

"In just four years, every citizen will be able to access their health records at the click of a button, detailing every visit to the GP and hospital, every prescription, test results, and adverse reactions and allergies to drugs. Patients will also be able to record their preferences and thoughts alongside official medical notes," read a news release from NHS England.

 


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For “connected health,” stage is set for global collaborations

For “connected health,” stage is set for global collaborations | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Healthcare innovators from industry, academia and government are taking advantage of new opportunities in Europe, the US and China

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How marketers will win: Six marketing visionaries describe how in five years marketing will be transformed

How marketers will win: Six marketing visionaries describe how in five years marketing will be transformed | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Marketing is on the ascent. It has frequently led at big consumer products companies. Now its influence is growing everywhere: at B2B companies, professional services firms, companies dominated by engineering or logistics. You can see marketing's rise on business bestseller lists, on YouTube playlists, in the new brands that have broken away and differentiated themselves, and in the explosion of marketing start-ups (and what investors are paying for them). Marketing is becoming a more powerful a

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100 Questions | LEEM - Les entreprises du médicament

100 Questions | LEEM - Les entreprises du médicament | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Découvrez ci-dessous la cinquième édition du "100 questions". Une lecture dynamique d’une industrie qui est un at...

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Blue Cross Invests $4M in Telemedicine Startup

Blue Cross Invests $4M in Telemedicine Startup | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
According to Triangle Business Journal, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina has invested $4 million in Durham, North Carolina-based mobile health startup TouchCare.
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Orange and USAID to boost mHealth across Africa - IT News Africa

Orange and USAID to boost mHealth across Africa - IT News Africa | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Future services will use integrated mHealth platforms and Orange mobile networks to communicate alerts and share resources around family planning and maternal
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One Woman’s Drive to Revolutionize Medical Testing | The New Yorker

One Woman’s Drive to Revolutionize Medical Testing | The New Yorker | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
If Elizabeth Holmes succeeds, getting a blood test could become a lot easier for patients. Ken Auletta reports.

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Le Big Data appliqué à la Santé : au-delà des opportunités, quels risques liés à la sauvegarde des données ? Par Annie Chailan, Chef de marché Santé de Wooxo

Le Big Data appliqué à la Santé : au-delà des opportunités, quels risques liés à la sauvegarde des données ? Par Annie Chailan, Chef de marché Santé de Wooxo | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
big data applique sante dela opportunites risques lies sauvegarde donnees annie chailan chef marche sante wooxo

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Google Ventures Shifts Focus to Health Care

Google Ventures Shifts Focus to Health Care | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
More than one-third of the money Google Ventures invested in 2014 went to health care and life-sciences companies, up from 9% each of the prior two years.

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