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John-Paul Flintoff – The quantified self

John-Paul Flintoff – The quantified self | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
What to eat, when to exercise and whether to call your parents: can tools of self-monitoring make a difference?

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Gregg Turnbull's curator insight, October 10, 2013 2:33 PM

Fantastic observations on Quantified Self

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Can social media change health behavior?

Presentation at the 2017 joint annual convention of the Philippine Society of Hypertension & the Philippine Lipid & Atherosclerosis Society 23 Feb 2017 at Crow…

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Top Five Digital Transformation Trends In Health Care #digitalTransformation #hcsmeufr

Top Five Digital Transformation Trends In Health Care #digitalTransformation #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Digital transformation is revolutionizing every industry. Here are the top five digital transformation trends for the health care field.

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Art Jones's curator insight, March 16, 12:55 PM

The US spend 3.2 Trillion on healthcare related spending. The technologies mentioned in this article and others hold the promise of eliminating 300 Billion dollars of that spend while delivering better care, especially for the aged.

 

The Future of Healthcare

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NTIC : Comment promouvoir leur usage chez les médecins et les professionnels de santé #hcsmeufr

NTIC : Comment promouvoir leur usage chez les médecins et les professionnels de santé #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
réseau de professionnels de santé

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Infographie : #NATU les nouveaux #GAFA Digital & Start-up

Infographie : #NATU les nouveaux #GAFA Digital & Start-up | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Les NATU : Netflix, Airbnb, Tesla et Uber sont les nouveaux GAFA composés de Google, Apple, Facebook et Amazon.
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Diabète : Sanofi et Voluntis renforcent leur alliance dans les solutions numériques  #hcsmeufr

Diabète : Sanofi et Voluntis renforcent leur alliance dans les solutions numériques  #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Sanofi et Voluntis, la société française spécialisée dans les logiciels compagnons thérapeutiques, ont annoncé aujourd'hui un accord non exclusif visant à fournir des solutions numériques de titrage de l'insuline, avec une application de téléphonie mobile conçue pour contribuer à l'amélioration de la prise de décision et à l'autogestion du diabète de type 2 chez les personnes traitées avec de l'insuline basale.

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As Qualcomm #Tricorder XPRIZE approaches final stages, it offers glimpse of #digitalhealth journey #hcsmeufr 

As Qualcomm #Tricorder XPRIZE approaches final stages, it offers glimpse of #digitalhealth journey #hcsmeufr  | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

It’s come to this. More than four years after Qualcomm Foundation launched its $10 million Tricorder XPRIZE competition challenging companies to develop a 21st century version of a Star Trek medical device, the field of finalists has been whittled down to just two contenders. Final Frontier Medical Devices, based in the Philadelphia suburban town of Paoli, and Dynamical Biomarkers is based in Boston.Now these teams are entering the realm of live testing on consumers. The criteria for the contest means each team’s device has to measure five vital signs and test for 10 core conditions, including: anemia, atrial fibrillation, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, leukocytosis, pneumonia, otitis media, sleep apnea, and urinary tract infection. Additionally, the devices are required to detect three elective health conditions from a set including strep throat, an HIV screen, hypertension, melanoma and shingles. They have to provide a diagnosis within minutes, according to the announcement.


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Art Jones's curator insight, March 15, 7:04 PM

 

By golly, Jim, I'm beginning to think I can cure a rainy day!

--DR. MCCOY, Star Trek: The Original Series, "The Devil in the Dark"

 

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Utilization of social media and web forums by HIV patients #hcsmeufr 

Utilization of social media and web forums by HIV patients #hcsmeufr  | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

Due to the high stigma surrounding the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), people living with HIV (PLWH) often reach out peers over the Internet for emotional and social support. The purpose of this study was to assess the characteristics of PLWH who use HIV internet forums.

A cross-sectional study was conducted using an online survey investigating demographic characteristics of PLWH, level of satisfaction of the HIV Internet forums, time living with HIV, forum users' anxiety levels, self-reported adherence to antiretroviral treatment (ART), and reasons for missing pills (n = 222).

Logistic regression models were constructed to compare the use of general HIV forums with social networking sites, general HIV forums with group emails, and social networking sites with group emails.

Two hundred and twenty-two patients responded to the survey. Social networking sites were used by recently diagnosed PLWH who were on antiretroviral treatment (ART) > 1 year. Young patients (≤ 40 years) and those diagnosed < 1 year before, tended to use social networking sites, while older patients (> 40 years), those diagnosed > 5 years, and from low- and middle-income countries, were more likely to use emailing lists. There was no significant difference between PLWH's adherence to treatment and anxiety levels and the usage of different Internet forums.

PLWH's Internet resource choice varied depending on the availability of Internet and illness duration. Different segments of the population could be reached via social networking sites versus group emails to provide HIV information.


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Broken Limb? Here Comes the 3D Printed Cast! #3D4health

Broken Limb? Here Comes the 3D Printed Cast! #3D4health | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

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Oodrive et Cloud Santé® Netplus s'associent pour créer Cloud Santé® Drive, une offre de partage de documents pour les acteurs du monde de la santé.

Oodrive et Cloud Santé® Netplus s'associent pour créer Cloud Santé® Drive, une offre de partage de documents pour les acteurs du monde de la santé. | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Cloud Santé® Netplus, 1er Cloud dédié à la Santé Connectée, accrédité pour l'hébergement de données de santé à caractère personnel depuis 2013, a donc choisi de se tourner vers Oodrive, pionnier du Cloud computing en France et parmi les leaders européens sur le marché du partage et de la collaboration en ligne, afin de construire une plateforme de services répondant aux besoins de la santé connectée. Le résultat de ce partenariat entre deux experts reconnus dans leurs domaines a donné naissance à la solution Cloud Santé® Drive de partage sécurisé des données de santé.

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YouTube: A Missed Opportunity For Patient Education

YouTube: A Missed Opportunity For Patient Education | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

Last month YouTube announced on its blog that it has hit a milestone - people around the world are now watching a billion hours of YouTube’s content every single day.  As a form of patient education and health promotion, YouTube has great potential but recent studies show it is not being used to its full potential.


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Servier a son idée pour booster la santé connectée

Servier a son idée pour booster la santé connectée | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Ni rachat de start-up, ni création de cellule innovation… Le deuxième groupe pharmaceutique français préfère les partenariats opérationnels. Objectif : en signer une quinzaine par an.

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Santé : l'IA de Neura scrute votre smartphone pour tout savoir de vos habitudes

Santé : l'IA de Neura scrute votre smartphone pour tout savoir de vos habitudes | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Neura a créé une intelligence artificielle capable d'adapter les conseils et rappels émis par des applications médicales au rythme de chaque utilisateur.

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It's not just apps. #Health care innovation requires true communication #hcsmeufr

It's not just apps. #Health care innovation requires true communication #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

Health care, like many industries, places great emphasis on innovation. In just the past decade, we have moved rapidly from paper medical records to electronic ones and web portals that let information pass seamlessly between health systems and patients at the touch of a finger. Smartphone apps, wearables, medical devices, and other gadgets that promise to improve health are being developed at an ever faster pace. These developments often come from companies and startups that are relatively new to health care.

Although it is essential to welcome ideas and creative solutions from diverse sources, many of these “innovations” aren’t solving well-defined problems in health care or they don’t easily fit into current systems that deliver care to patients. Take, for example, Bluetooth devices that sync patients’ fitness trackersto their primary care physicians’ offices. While that may sound like helpful communication, it actually overwhelms primary care providers with data that is difficult to act on. The proliferation of monitors and sensors can make elderly individuals feel spied upon rather than making them feel safer.


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Aristide Adjinacou's curator insight, March 21, 6:33 AM
On a tendance à oublier que le plus important est la relation humaine et le dialogue avec les patients. La technologie n'est un support qui doit être bien utilisé. Dans ce monde aujourd'hui ou tout va très vite n'oublions pas que nous sommes encore des humains. 
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Apple wants to promote health apps that work #hcsmeufr

Apple wants to promote health apps that work #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Apple's plans for digital health are profound, but the company wants to figure out ways to make sure the health apps you use are good for you.

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Jeff French's curator insight, March 20, 5:03 AM
There is a real need for some robust evaluation and standard setting in this sector

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How practices can use social media for population #health #hcsmeufr

How practices can use social media for population #health #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

Social media can empower providers to connect with patients where they live through relationship building, sharing vital information and providing health support.

Despite so many promising benefits, however, some providers are resistant to incorporate social media into their healthcare program, said Melody Smith Jones, manager of Connected Health at Perficient.

The biggest challenge to successful healthcare social media, in fact, is often overcoming the instinct to abstain from it altogether or limit participation simply to mitigate risk, she continued.

"A healthcare organization's reticence to participate in social media is often well-intentioned. After all, social media communication brings with it inherent risk," Jones said. "However, an organization does not actually decrease risk through non-participation. Conversations about you are still taking place and patients are still attempting to connect with you. You're just ignoring them."

Once providers get over the initial fear of social media, they must work on creating a voice, she explained. A healthcare organization must be warm, appear trustworthy and engage with its audience. It shouldn't appear related to corporate communications - "devoid of much in the way of warmth or strategy."

Instead organizations should maintain the "right balance of engaging and compliant," Jones added. "The possibilities are endless. You're building stronger relationships with your patients, attracting new patients and helping the population you serve make better healthcare decisions."

Smith added that healthcare providers should concentrate on building a dual set of core competencies: the knowledge, strategy and voice for a patient-centric social media program as well as the creation of a safe landscape for interacting with patients.

These competencies, fueled by social media listening and data, can be harnessed when built on proactive media governance, the right mix of priority, people, policy and process.

"Social media has the ability to impact population health by being seamlessly incorporated into the daily life of the healthcare consumer," Jones said, adding that advanced providers are already using the tools to not only manage population wellness but also convert unknown consumers into patients. "When consumers are looking for healthcare answers and information, often the first place they turn is social media. Don't you want to be there?"


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550 millions d'euros pour le virage numérique des établissements de santé #hcsmeufr

550 millions d'euros pour le virage numérique des établissements de santé #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

La ministre de la santé, Marisol Touraine,  a annoncé hier que 550 millions d’euros sur 5 ans seraient consacrés à la mise en place de deux nouveaux programme


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Sanofi, Voluntis ally to pilot diabetes management app #hcsmeufr 

Sanofi, Voluntis ally to pilot diabetes management app #hcsmeufr  | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Sanofi has teamed up with Voluntis to run pilot programs featuring a prescription-only smartphone app for managing Type 2 diabetes. The agreement tightens Sanofi’s ties to a technology it sees as helping to improve outcomes in diabetes by enabling patients to better control their conditions.

Voluntis and Sanofi began working together in 2011 on a technology to help adult diabetics dose their basal and bolus insulin. Since then, Voluntis has developed and secured regulatory clearances in the U.S. and European Union for Insulia, a medical device that provides insulin dose advice and coaching messages to diabetics through a web portal and mobile apps. Insulia also shares patient data with the healthcare team, enabling remote monitoring of their condition and insulin use.

The system is designed to work with Sanofi’s Lantus. Voluntis has now secured the support of the insulin’s manufacturer as it seeks to build on the regulatory clearances it secured last year and establish Insulia as a digital diabetes management tool.

“This new phase of our partnership with a world leader in diabetes will help us deliver digital titration tools into the hands of providers and their patients,” Voluntis Chairman Eric Elliott said in a statement.

Together, Sanofi and Voluntis will run pilot programs featuring the medical device in North America and Europe. For Sanofi, part of the appeal is the potential for the technology to improve the outcomes achieved by patients on Lantus by helping them to better control their blood glucose levels.

With sales of Lantus falling 12% last year—following a 11% drop in 2015—Sanofi needs ways to show patients, prescribers and payers its blockbuster insulin represents good value in the face of pricing pressure and competition from biosimilars and new innovator products. Voluntis thinks its technology can contribute to this effort.

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The wonder drug: A digital revolution in health care is speeding up #hcsmeufr

The wonder drug: A digital revolution in health care is speeding up #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
WHEN someone goes into cardiac arrest, survival depends on how quickly the heart can be restarted. Enter Amazon’s Echo, a voice-driven computer that answers to the name of Alexa, which can recite life-saving instructions about cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a skill taught to it by the American Heart Association.

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Art Jones's curator insight, March 15, 6:28 PM

Amazon's ALEXA is capable of delivering credible CPR instruction because Alexa was trained by the American Heart Association.

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Dr. Robert Wachter on The #Digitalhealth Transformation: "We Haven't Seen Anything Yet" #hcsmeufr

Dr. Robert Wachter on The #Digitalhealth Transformation: "We Haven't Seen Anything Yet" #hcsmeufr | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

Wachter, professor and chair of the department of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, author of "The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age," and notable expert in health IT circles, told a packed audience at the New World Stages venue in New York City's theater district that the two major trends currently occurring in healthcare are the pressure to deliver high quality care at a low cost while also becoming digitized. "What's odd isn't that we're being pressurized to deliver high value care at low costs, but [rather] that this is new," said Wachter. "This is a mega trend and is independent of which administration is in the White House. This is a bipartisan issue."


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Art Jones's curator insight, March 15, 7:24 PM

Dr. Watcher makes several very interesting points in this article.

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"It was just 15 years ago when physicians had total autonomy over their practice, were widely respected and were paid well. Patients and payers were not questioning them," he said. "But computers are enablers of corporate control, so now someone above them is making decisions that affects what they are doing. Patients also have access to medicine they never had before, so this is threatening doctors' unique expertise."  

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How to Succeed as “Chief Digital Officer” in Pharma? #CDO 

How to Succeed as “Chief Digital Officer” in Pharma? #CDO  | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

The life-sciences industry is embracing digital to unlock innovation. We spoke to ten digital leaders at global pharmaceutical companies to understand how they focus their efforts.

 

The conviction that competitive differentiation will require effective digital initiatives has led many life-sciences companies to create a new leadership role, chief digital officer (CDO), to guide their digital initiatives.

 

To understand how these leaders see the digital future and how they are managing for success, we spoke to CDOs and their equivalents at ten pharma companies. These conversations suggest three imperatives for digital efforts: focus on the team applying the tools, not on the tools themselves; make bold, disruptive bets; and optimize the portfolio of initiatives to achieve company priorities, while taking finite resources into account.

 

The three imperatives are:

 

Focus on teams and capabilities, not toolsMake bold, disruptive betsOptimize the portfolio

 

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This article appears to be talking about CDOs with customer-facing exposure (e.g., experts who “Creating intuitive interfaces so executives, physicians, or patients can use—and help improve—the tools will be mostly a design and marketing challenge.”). I don’t think I know any such CDOs employed by an actual Big Pharmaceutical company (most CDOs quoted in this article are CEOs or CDOs of small companies aligned with the pharma industry and not any of the big pharma companies). My Pharma Twitter Pioneer list (https://twitter.com/pharmaguy/lists/pharma-twitter-pioneers/members), which includes pharma executive active on Twitter and which is likely to include CDOs, has ZERO members (out of 316) who are CDOs.

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Repenser la prise de rendez-vous en ligne à l’hôpital

Repenser la prise de rendez-vous en ligne à l’hôpital | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
L'arrivée de la prise de rendez-vous en ligne à l'hôpital est une bonne idée en soi. Mais les impacts sur l'organisation et les ressources son

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La nécessaire détermination d'un service médical rendu pour valoriser la télémédecine.

La nécessaire détermination d'un service médical rendu pour valoriser la télémédecine. | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Santé connectée et télémédecine - http://www.telemedaction.org/

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Les Français et les objets connectés

Les Français et les objets connectés | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it
Doctissimo a mené avec l’agence Les Infiltrés une étude pour décrypter les attentes et les perceptions des Français face aux objets connectés

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Le Spécialiste N° 100 : Quel futur pour la médecine 2.0 ?

Le Spécialiste N° 100 : Quel futur pour la médecine 2.0 ? | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

Quel futur pour la médecine 2.0 ? Une enquête, un débat, une édition spéciale du Spécialiste à l'occasion de son numéro 100


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La fiabilité des applications et objets connectés de santé mise en question

La fiabilité des applications et objets connectés de santé mise en question | Healthcare & Social Media | Scoop.it

Aujourd’hui, il est assez simple de créer et développer des applications de fitness et de diagnostic santé. Les applications de santé se multiplient sur l’App Store (il en existe plus de 165 000), et face à ce phénomène la question qu’il faut se poser est la suivante : parmi toutes ces applications, combien fournissent des résultats fiables ?


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