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Patient Digital Health Platforms (PDHPs): An Epicenter of ...

Patient Digital Health Platforms (PDHPs): An Epicenter of ... | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
We are at the early stages in the rise of a new business and IT ecosystem: Patient Digital Health Platforms (PDHPs) These new platforms should be high on the radar screens of healthcare providers. ...
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Telehealth expected to soar

Telehealth expected to soar | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
Visit the doctor via video? A barrier to consumer use of telehealth video consultations has been the lack of reimbursement--but looming doctor shortages may change that.

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A medical gold mine, buried underneath layers of red tape

A medical gold mine, buried underneath layers of red tape | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
Not every industry has taken advantage of advances in cloud computing. Health care has certainly been a laggard, largely because of data privacy rules.

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“Scaling Up Mobile Health: Elements Necessary for the Successful Scale Up of mHealth in Developing Countries”

“Scaling Up Mobile Health: Elements Necessary for the Successful Scale Up of mHealth in Developing Countries” | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
Commissioned by Advanced Development for Africa (ADA) to assess current implementations of successful mHealth programs in developing country contexts, this white paper identifies elements necessary for successfully scaling up and highlights best practices and specific programmatic, operational, policy and global strategy recommendations that can promote the scale up of mHealth in developing countries.

Profiled in this report are several select mHealth programs that have been piloted and are currently in the scale up phase, and have proven enough success that they should be considered as models for other initiatives to follow. Drawing from these case studies as well as interviews with mHealth experts, including Patricia Mechael of the mHealth Alliance, David Aylward of Ashoka, Brooke Partridge of Vital Wave Consulting, Anne-Roos Weil of Pesinet and Getachew Sahlu of the WHO, the primary goal of this white paper is to provide evidence and recommendations that will enable mHealth initiatives to better plan their own scale up beyond successful pilot phases.

 

Downlaoad the white paper @http://www.adaorganization.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=45&Itemid=54


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5 health IT trends set to shake up industry - Healthcare IT News

5 health IT trends set to shake up industry - Healthcare IT News | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
For those docs and healthcare providers still resisting technology: you've got a serious problem on your hands. And that problem is you're going to be left behind because that's where healthcare it going – with or without you.
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Millennials Embrace Mobile Health And Fitness Apps

Millennials Embrace Mobile Health And Fitness Apps | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
When Ashley Yalof finishes a run, either on a treadmill or outdoors, she gets much more than merely a feeling of accomplishment: she knows her average pace, can compare her performance to previous runs and even gets congratulated by a famous athlete.

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The wearable tech market could reach 385 million people and change how we 'consume and use information'

The wearable tech market could reach 385 million people and change how we 'consume and use information' | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
Wearable tech is expected to reach 150 million people by 2019— and could eventually reach double that, Piper Jaffary analysts say.

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How will wearable tech growth impact healthcare? Will companies be able to leverage this new method of consuming/using information?

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Telemedicine Bridges the Gap Between Patients and Providers - Healthline

Telemedicine Bridges the Gap Between Patients and Providers - Healthline | Healthcare Technology | Scoop.it
Telemedicine Bridges the Gap Between Patients and Providers Healthline For both emergencies and run-of-the-mill checkups, telemedicine is bridging the gap between providers and patients with a virtual alternative to conventional doctor or hospital...
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