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The future of health rests on the internet of near things

The future of health rests on the internet of near things | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
The hype behind the Internet of Things (IoT) appears well-founded. According to the UK Department for Business, Innovation & Skills the world market for smart city technology services will be more than £250 billion by the end of the decade.
Products, however, that come with fanfare means there is always a lot of space for disappointment. The ludicrous launch of Google Glass and the mounting desperation of smart people at a smart company when showing off an unfinished product was an early mistake.
Even earlier was the overused example of the ‘internet fridge’ that was supposed to transform grocery shopping and still hasn’t reached critical mass. We also have the latest anticlimax; sales of the Apple Watch are alleged to have been underwhelming and it may take a new version to catch consumer attention.
The IoT’s dazzling future appears to trailing a little behind, but there is one area where the hyperbole is justified and that is in the field of healthcare. The IoT is going to influence, even dominate, the way humanity will exist.

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Doctors use Twitter to advance health care messaging

Doctors use Twitter to advance health care messaging | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
For three nights this Spring, an unusual set of fireworks exploded across the social media landscape with implications for public discussions of health, particularly for health care professionals whose work includes crafting messages for patients.

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Wearable device shipments predicted to surge 173% this year - CNET

Wearable device shipments predicted to surge 173% this year - CNET | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it

Prepare for an "emerging battleground" between the Apple Watch and Android Wear devices, says market researcher IDC.


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Smart Healthcare Market Is All Set to Be Worth $225.54 Billion By 2022: Latest Report By Grand View Research, Inc.

Smart Healthcare Market Is All Set to Be Worth $225.54 Billion By 2022: Latest Report By Grand View Research, Inc. | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Smart Healthcare Market Is All Set to Be Worth $225.54 Billion By 2022

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3 recent health IT IPOs to watch - Healthcare IT News

3 recent health IT IPOs to watch - Healthcare IT News | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Healthcare is flying high these days, with analytics seen as the next big wave on both the business and clinical sides of the industry.

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Everyone Wants Health Tips From Their Phone, And The Market Is Booming

Everyone Wants Health Tips From Their Phone, And The Market Is Booming | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
A new projection puts the mobile heath market at $49 billion by 2020.

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Ginny Dillon's curator insight, June 5, 2015 2:26 AM

But do we have an 80/20 rule in full force? I heard we're heading for a mobile health app bubble?

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The challenge of helping patients with chronic illness with mobile health

The challenge of helping patients with chronic illness with mobile health | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
In the seven or so years I’ve been blogging, I’ve only written a few posts that prompted controversy in the comments section. Looking back, I notice that these posts have involved chronic illness management, motivation, adherence and/or engagement. In fact, a commentator recently felt my writing was that of an old-fashioned doctor who believes that paternalistic messaging is key to engaging patients in an effort to improve their health.

I’m paraphrasing but you can read the post and commentary for more context. This spirit prompted me to reflect on my writing and intent. I believe sincerely that our work at Partners Connected Health is patient-centered in every way, so why the disconnect?

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Allie McConnell's curator insight, June 5, 2015 3:55 PM

Key point: "As much of a challenge it is to steer folks with silent killers to improved lifestyle choices, it may be a bigger challenge to help those with chronic symptomatic debilitating illnesses to feel better."

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Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap: The Journey to Better Health and Care | Newsroom | HealthIT.gov

Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap: The Journey to Better Health and Care | Newsroom | HealthIT.gov | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Download the "Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap: The Journey to Better Health and Care" Infographic [PDF - 761 KB]

We've provided an easy way for you to share this HealthIT infographic.

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Diggin' The Data: Report: EHR Adoption Rates Skyrocketing

Diggin' The Data: Report: EHR Adoption Rates Skyrocketing | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
If you look at the recently-released April 2015 ONC report on electronic health record (EHR) adoption, you’ll notice a shooting star on the top left of every page.

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Health Information Exchange Reduced Radiology Exams by 47% | EHRintelligence.com

Health Information Exchange Reduced Radiology Exams by 47% | EHRintelligence.com | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
The healthcare sector’s investment in the expansion of health information exchange (HIE) throughout the nation may be showing positive results.

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Entrepreneurial Hubs Help to Cook Up Health Care 2.0 - Hospitals & Health Networks

Entrepreneurial Hubs Help to Cook Up Health Care 2.0 - Hospitals & Health Networks | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Nonprofit innovation cauldrons with a health care focus provide physical space, networking opportunities and even laboratories for entrepreneurs.

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The Conditions for mHealth Success

The Conditions for mHealth Success | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Ben Wilson, Director of Mobile Health at Intel Corporation, looks at the four conditions for mHealth success that organizations must pay attention to.

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5 ways in which digital health analytics will change healthcare | mHealthNews

5 ways in which digital health analytics will change healthcare | mHealthNews | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
There are many reasons why digital technologies hope to improve patient care as well as the state of healthcare itself.

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Health Records Privacy and Security Concerns Outweighed by Patient Willingness

Health Records Privacy and Security Concerns Outweighed by Patient Willingness | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
New research shows that despite health records privacy and security concerns, patients are more willing to share their personal data.

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87% of Patients Want Health Information Exchange Without Fees

87% of Patients Want Health Information Exchange Without Fees | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Patients expect a great deal more health information exchange than they are receiving, a new survey says, and they want it for free.

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Hospital EHR Vendors

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As of December 2014, 179 health IT vendors supply certified EHR products to 4,623 hospitals participating in the CMS EHR Incentive Programs.

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Monitor real time glucose readings on Apple Watch

Monitor real time glucose readings on Apple Watch | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it

Currently there are 13 Apple Watch apps that are targeted towards physicians, but there are hundreds of health apps for patients already.Just 5 years ago it would have have been hard to imaging telling a parent of a type 2 diabetic patient their watch could give them their child’s real time glucose readings. Even alerting them when their child’s glucose levels are too low or high. That’s now reality.


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Why doctors should embrace mobile health tools

Why doctors should embrace mobile health tools | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Healthcare has entered a pivotal new era of service delivery. Consumers are driving the impetus for change with the power of choice and the expectations of greater accessibility and convenience - a trend that also opens many opportunities for the doctors who serve them.

Traditional hospital platforms, whose emergency departments continue to be busy with primary care cases, are now under stress, as they are required to measure outcomes and proactively manage readmissions in the face of dwindling reimbursement accompanied by severe penalties.

The landscape is transforming with a pent-up demand for connectivity and personalization of services. We are all participants in this sea change as we seek services that are responsive to our needs and busy lifestyle. The point of care is being redefined as: “on my smartphone when I need it.”

The ubiquitous mobility of consumer-oriented services and the continuous accessibility from one's smartphone has unleashed a new, more competitive care delivery model. A brand-conscious patient now expects a particular experience with his or her purchase of services beyond the quality of care. Healthcare has feared this sentiment because it entails a patient-centric service view that rocks the foundation of service-on-site behavior. It also suggests replacing the current reimbursed model of a clinic visit with a free service model. However, those who understand market dynamics view this very differently as a growth opportunity, not as just an extension of the phone consultation.

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Five reasons health organizations are embracing cloud analytics

Five reasons health organizations are embracing cloud analytics | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Health organizations are increasingly turning to cloud analytics. Find out why.

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45% Of Consumers Want mHealth To Monitor ‘Every Aspect’ Of Health

45% Of Consumers Want mHealth To Monitor ‘Every Aspect’ Of Health | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Consumers want technology to monitor every aspect of their life; will this help or hurt providers’ efforts? By Katie Wike, contributing writer
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Novartis invente le hackathon du diabète

Novartis invente le hackathon du diabète | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Alors que la France compte des millions de diabétiques de type 2, la filiale France de Novartis, le numéro un mondial de la pharmacie, a cherché un moyen innovant d’améliorer leur quotidien. Son idée, lancer un hackathon e-santé, en collaboration avec des associations de patients, des médecins, un blogueur, l’agence spécialisée BeMyApp et Polytech Paris UPMC. Fin mars, cette école d’ingénieurs a donc accueilli durant 48 heures une centaine de participants : développeurs, makers, patients, retraités, pharmaciens…

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Study: Wearable patch market holds promise, but challenges must be addressed

Study: Wearable patch market holds promise, but challenges must be addressed | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
While wearable patch technology is a still-growing mHealth market, its future bodes bright as a worthwhile investment for providers and as a valuable consumer tool. However, currently there are challenges to the devices that need to be addressed, according to a recent Tractica report.

Connected wearable patches range from tattoos to small devices affixed to the skin, as defined by Tractica  The patches feature wireless connectivity for monitoring physiological data, delivering medication and more.

Tractica forecasts worldwide unit shipments will hit 12.3 million annually by 2020, a big jump from the 67,000 shipped in 2014. The market is expected to increase to $3.3 billion annually, states the research.

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Digital Health Landscape Disrupted By This Colossal Clash [INFOGRAPHIC]

Digital Health Landscape Disrupted By This Colossal Clash [INFOGRAPHIC] | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
There is a confluence of disruption closing in on the healthcare industry that could leave the next Chicxulub crater. This infographic highlights the merger of two trends:

Consumer companies are entering regulated healthcare markets
Clinical solution companies are adopting consumer design principles

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Infographic: 2015 Digital Health Progress and Adoption

Infographic: 2015 Digital Health Progress and Adoption | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it

Infographic looking at the progress and adoption of digital health in 2015.

 

This includes health IT, services to patients, mobile health, EMR/ EHR and other components of digital healthcare.


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Patient Contributions To Personal Health Records ‘Significant’

Patient Contributions To Personal Health Records ‘Significant’ | Healthstartup.eu | Scoop.it
Allowing patients to make entries into their personal health records not only empowers patients, it helps providers better manage their care...

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