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Dr Claude Bronner : "Objets connectés et applications participeront à l'amélioration de la santé"

Dr Claude Bronner : "Objets connectés et applications participeront à l'amélioration de la santé" | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Du 25 au 27 septembre, médecins généralistes et spécialistes assisteront aux Entretiens de Bichat à Paris, pour faire un état des lieux de la santé d'aujourd'hui. Une opportunité majeure pour faire le point sur l'utilisation des nouvelles ...

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How biosensors could put a smartphone at the center of 21st-century medical care

Biosensors are on the verge of changing the way we use our smartphones to investigate the world around us.

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Xavier SEDES's curator insight, September 26, 6:43 PM

Future is Cure and Prevention. mHeath will revolutionize the Healthcare Industry.

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Measuring Influence in Healthcare

Measuring Influence in Healthcare | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

In yesterday’s blog on social media measurement we alluded to the notion of influence in social media. Influence can be measured in many ways and means many different things to different people. How you define it and what criteria you use ultimately stems from the business need to measure influence.

At Precise we have done a lot of work around the theme of influence, more specifically in the pharmaceutical sector.

As pharmaceutical companies become more patient-centric there is a growing business need to understand who the influential e-patients are, what they think and how large pharma companies can integrate their voice into their organisations. Our previous blog around this (Are empowered patients influencing doctors today), demonstrated how the internet and more recently social media had empowered patients, transforming them into a customer, who has the power to influence doctors’ actions, therefore justifying the need to truly understand them.

 

An example of this was our work to identify the most influential e-patients for a particular chronic condition. Our client, from the Patient Advocacy team, wanted to develop a symbiotic relationship with a small group of highly influential individuals. Prior to identifying these influencers it was very important to get buy in from the client on our criteria and methodology. Our criteria focused on Reach, Relevance, Resonance and Activity. By looking across a wide range of platforms, and applying a variety of research techniques including qualitative, desk, network and engagement research, we were able to identify 40 influential e-patients. We prepared a detailed biog for each patient for the client to get to know these individuals, recommending that our client engage with the top 10. Identifying individuals, and being able to follow their activity thereafter, makes measuring the success for any future campaign easier and more tangible, for instance you will know whether they have engaged with your content by sharing or commenting on it.

The criteria and methods used for the healthcare sector can be adapted for other sectors. The key is to agree upfront on the ‘how’, the ‘how many’, the ‘why’ you need to know influencers and what you are going to do once you know who they are. Remember, the closer social media researchers are to business needs, the more actionable the research and measurement becomes.

 


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Avec Pacifi, prendre la température de bébé n’a jamais été aussi facile.

Avec Pacifi, prendre la température de bébé n’a jamais été aussi facile. | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Avec Pacifi, prendre la température de bébé n’a jamais été aussi facile.

Pacifi est la première tétine connectée qui permet de contrôler la température d’un bébé.

La tétine connectée

L’entreprise, BlueMaestro va lancer d’ici quelques mois une tétine connectée. L’objet en question a été inventé par Kirstin Hancock afin de pouvoir surveiller facilement la température d’un bébé.

Contrôler la fièvre

La tétine, connectée à un smartphone, contrôle la température du bébé grâce à un capteur intégré dans le silicone. Elle transmet les données sur le téléphone ou la tablette grâce à la technologie bluetooth. De plus, lorsque la température devient trop élevée une alarme se déclenche afin d’alerter les parents.

Localiser bébé ou sa tétine

L’autre atout majeur de cette tétine est le capteur de proximité intégré à l’objet. Celui ci permet de localiser le bambin dans un rayon pouvant aller jusqu’à 50m. Si l’enfant va au delà de ce périmètre, préalablement défini par les parents, alors une alarme se déclenche sur le téléphone.

 

Cette fonctionnalité permet aussi de retrouver la tétine à l’aide d’une alarme qui se déclenche si  le bébé la perd.

Les avantages

Pacifi est doté d’une puce “Low Energy”, ce qui limite les risques pour le bébé tout en assurant une durée de vie d’environ un an.

De plus elle permet aux parents de suivre les effets du traitement sur le bébé ou encore de transmettre les données à un professionnel de la santé. « On perd facilement le fil des différentes prises et des médicaments administrés (…) Pacifi simplifie tout cela pour que les parents soient plus sereins pendant ces périodes de stress ». (K. Hancock)

 

Pacifi sera disponible à l’automne 2014 au prix de 25 livres et devrait rassurer les parents inquiets quand bébé aura de la fièvre.


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This Startup Will Make You A Personalized Health Plan Based On Your Genes

This Startup Will Make You A Personalized Health Plan Based On Your Genes | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
A new startup is spending millions of dollars on a dashboard that lets doctors build health plans for patients based on their DNA.

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La nutrition à l'ère du digital : comment le serious game, les objets…

AGENDA Nutrition à l’ère du digital, Web-Conférence – 24 juin 2014! Comment le serious game, les objets connectés, les applications mobiles font naître de nouv…


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#Esanté : Samsung lance le Samsung #Digital #Heal...

#Esanté : Samsung lance le Samsung #Digital #Heal... | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

Un fonds d'investissement de 50 millions de dollars consacrés à la création d'entreprises et de technologies innovantes dans le domaine de la santé numérique (E-santé : Samsung lance le Samsung Digital Health Challenge | @scoopit


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The top 20 healthcare app categories, ranked by number of apps available

Mobile phone technologies have evolved to handle increasingly complex tasks. While the majority of apps are designed for simple tasks, some of the more sophisticated ones can handle high resolution imaging, real-time monitoring and other advanced functions.

 

Based on functional complexity, vision care apps lead the market, followed by medical sensors and specialised apps for patients with psoriasis, cardiovascular conditions, cancer support, apps for medical reference, baby care and others.


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Reviewing the latest advances in Eric Topol's top ten digital health targets

Reviewing the latest advances in Eric Topol's top ten digital health targets | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

A nice review of digital health advances in Alzheimer’s, asthma, breast cancer, COPD, depression, diabetes, heart failure, hypertension, obesity, and sleep disorders.


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Role of Google GLASS and Wearable tech in Telementoring and Telemedic…

This was the presentation I gave the The Society of Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions

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Miami Children’s Hospital and Boris Clinic Partner to Offer Telemedicine Consultations in the Ukrain - Miami Children’s Hospital

Miami Children’s Hospital and Boris Clinic Partner to Offer Telemedicine Consultations in the Ukrain - Miami Children’s Hospital | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Miami Children’s Hospital and Boris Clinic Partner to Offer Telemedicine Consultations in the Ukrain,MIAMI - Boris Clinic, the largest private hospital in the Ukraine, has formalized an agreement with Miami Children’s Hospital’s (MCH) Kiev.
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Telemedicine's Appeal Grows For Employers, Individuals - InformationWeek

Telemedicine's Appeal Grows For Employers, Individuals - InformationWeek | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
The ability to virtually connect patients and physicians is shaking up healthcare and dialing up a host of new opportunities.
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Health IT startup sees value of Google Glass in healthcare for teachable moments

Health IT startup sees value of Google Glass in healthcare for teachable moments | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Health IT company Remedy's platform for google glass in healthcare uses telemedicine to improve communication between care teams and produce teachable moments (RT @mchiaviello: Health IT startup sees value of #Google #Glass in #healthcare for teachable...
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The 7 Most Important Fitness Tracker Measurements

The 7 Most Important Fitness Tracker Measurements | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
How they work and what healthy data looks like

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Who owns Healthcare data on Social Media?

Who owns Healthcare data on Social Media? | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

Some patients wanted access over his or her clinic/ hospital records (EHR or paper based). Others, want total control over it. The rising trend of sharing healthcare data in social media fueled fears of healthcare data privacy breaches. In this age of smartphones and social media, who owns healthcare data?

What constitute healthcare data? Who owns it? Who has complete control over healthcare data?

Let me describe first the two general types of health data:(Wikipedia)

A personal health record, or PHR, is a health record where health data and information related to the care of a patient is maintained by the patient.

An electronic health record (EHR), or electronic medical record (EMR), is a systematic collection of electronic health information about an individual patient or population

Patients have total control over their PHRs.  Although an EHR maybe co-created by both the HCP and patient, it generally resides and is maintained within an institution such as a clinic or hospital.

In countries with paper based systems of recording healthcare data, the same type of healthcare data “ownership” may be inferred. The patients have total control of their personal health record while the healthcare institution, over hospital/clinic records.

Some patients wanted access over his or her clinic/ hospital records (EHR or paper based). Others, want total control over it. The rising trend of sharing healthcare data in social media fueled fears of healthcare data privacy breaches.  In this age of smartphones and social media, who owns healthcare data?

 


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Le boom de la télémédecine en France étouffé par la réglementation

Le boom de la télémédecine en France étouffé par la réglementation | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Les consultations médicales à distance existent en France. Mais pour qu'elles soient remboursées par la sécurité sociale, les entreprises et le personnel de santé qui participent doivent obtenir un accord de l'Agence régionale de santé de la zone où ils sont installés. Ces organismes publics vérifient si les données personnelles des patients sont suffisamment protégées et si la structure virtuelle ne fait pas concurrence aux médecins installés dans la région où elle est implantée. Cet étroit contrôle freine le développement de la télémédecine dans l'Hexagone.
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Report: 19 million will use remote patient monitoring by 2018 #quantifiedself

Report: 19 million will use remote patient monitoring by 2018 #quantifiedself | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
A new report by Berg Insight projects the remote patient monitoring market will grow to 19 million people and be worth $26.3 billion by 2018.

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MSC Cruises Announces Medical First

MSC Cruises Announces Medical First | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
MSC Cruises has become the first cruise line in the world to offer guests a 24/7 multilingual pediatric telemedicine service on board, through a partnership with the Giannina Gaslini Institute, in Genoa, Italy, a world-class center of excellence in...
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La télémédecine arrive à maturité

La télémédecine arrive à maturité | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Mieux accompagner les personnes âgées et les malades chroniques, aider à réduire les déserts médicaux et l'explosion des dépenses de santé La télémédecine vient soutenir les politiques de santé publique.

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The doctor will Skype you now: is e-consulting a good idea?

The doctor will Skype you now: is e-consulting a good idea? | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

Electronic consultation systems use the Internet to deliver health services to people all around the world and has been shown to reduce unnecessary visits to specialists, with a meaningful percentage of cases being resolved without a face-to-face visit. As a result, wait times are less for those who really do need to see a specialist. Skype is one method that is popular among health-care providers today. 


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Yes it is !

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The digital behaviours of patients: an infographic

The digital behaviours of patients: an infographic | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Patient digital behaviours

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ASCO highlights oncology clinician Twitter users, and the hashtags they favour

ASCO highlights oncology clinician Twitter users, and the hashtags they favour | Health around the clock | Scoop.it

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Andrew Spong's curator insight, May 30, 2:15 AM

This is the first time I've seen something like this.

 

I think ASCO have got it right straight out of the blocks, and offer a model of best practice with regard to how best to promote clinical conversation around their congress inside and outside the convention centre.

 

Next up will be a companion patient opinion leader infographic, I hope :)

Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's curator insight, May 30, 5:54 AM

do you like twitter congresses?

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8 telemedicine specialty areas Mercy Health's upcoming center will serve

8 telemedicine specialty areas Mercy Health's upcoming center will serve | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Mercy Health's new telemedicine center, expected to open in 2015, offers a glimpse of things to come in telemedicine specialties such as telesepsis, tele-ICU, telecardiology (8 telemedicine specialty areas Mercy Healths upcoming including Telesepsis.
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Telemedicine as a department of Cincinnati's Mercy Health Hospital

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Disruptive Innovations That Will Change Your Life in Health Care | Managed Care Magazine Online

Disruptive Innovations That Will Change Your Life in Health Care | Managed Care Magazine Online | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
How will #telemedicine affect the portfolio of hospital offerings? http://t.co/w48UnMjXdf #StengelCMO #digitalhealth #disruptivetechnology
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3 of them make perfect sense for non US readers: telemedicine, medical tourism, personal medicine

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Top 5 takeaways on telemedicine and ehealth

Top 5 takeaways on telemedicine and ehealth | Health around the clock | Scoop.it
Top 5 legal issues on telemedicine and ehealth as discussed during the ETSI workshop.
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