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Comment chercher et utiliser le bon mot clé pour sa page web

Comment chercher et utiliser le bon mot clé pour sa page web | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Comment trouver le bon mot clé pour sa page web...

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Over $500 Million in Downward Payment Adjustments Expected for 2017

Over $500 Million in Downward Payment Adjustments Expected for 2017 | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
CMS has reported that 2,579 hospitals will be affected by downward payment adjustments in 2017 due to penalties associated with the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP).
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How Doctors can Compete with Retail Clinics in 2017

How Doctors can Compete with Retail Clinics in 2017 | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
In today's healthcare space, many doctors are competing with retail clinics for patients. Here are 5 ways physicians can compete with retail clinics.
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Hospital patient turns to social media for help

Hospital patient turns to social media for help | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Kelowna  posted Jan 5, 2017 at 10:00 AM— updated Jan 5, 2017 at 12:59 PM

From a hospital bed in the hallway at Kelowna General Hospital, Shawn Ponte made a plaintive call for help and thousands listened.

"My mental state is not very good …they threatened to kick me out of the hospital," said Ponte in a video he posted to Faceook Jan. 3, that has since had thousands of views.

"I don't know what to do.  I need everybody to advocate. Please, I need help. I'm going nuts… please help me."

Ponte explained he'd been taken to Kelowna General Hospital by air ambulance from Cranbrook with an infection in his dialysis line. Then he was set up in a bed in the hallway where he stayed for days.

"Once I arrived here the paramedics took me to my floor and dropped me off," he said.

"They introduced me to the nurses and left."

From there things got worse, he claimed, noting that he was neglected for hours at a time and requests for further assistance fell on deaf ears.

"So I got up and yelled so everyone could (hear), 'Is anyone going to help me?'" he said.

Nobody did and the next four days he was in a hallway positioned near a speaker for a call bell that he said was "making (him) go mental."

"I don't know what I'm going to do I'm going to rip it off the wall," he said in another Facebook video. "I've been hearing it for the last few days now that I've been in the hallway."

As those Facebook videos leaked into the community Ponte got some media attention and he's since been relocated to a room where, he said, conditions have improved significantly.

"I got more sleep (Wednesday) night than I had through the rest of the week," he said.

Part of what made that sleep so sound was the support he received.

"I was very surprised — I didn't know I had that many people standing behind me," he said.

By Friday he should have seen a specialist who can tell him if his infection subsided enough to allow the catheter tube for his dialysis to be reinserted. Then he'll be headed back to Cranbrook.

"If anything goes wrong again, I don't think I'll be going to this facility again," he said, adding there are several other patients who are still in the hallways.

Ponte's case will be investigated further, but Andrew Hughes, health service administrator at Kelowna General HospitaI said while it's not unusual during peak seasons for patients to be set up in hallways, it's not at the cost of medical care.

"We've had this patient's best interests at heart," said Hughes. "We had him transported to KGH because he needed care that was not available in Cranbrook ... I can say we provided all the medically required care upon admission and have met his needs."

What's been challenging hospital staff, however, is the sheer volume of patients.

"We are experiencing higher volumes," said Hughes. "Typically we get surges, sometimes they last longer and right now we are seeing higher volumes of influenza and gastro-intestinal outbreaks."

That's meant that all of the hospital's 407 beds were used when Ponte checked in. The hospital was actually over-capacity by 40 to 50 patients, and 30 had moved into overflow beds. That left 10, including Ponte, in the hallways.

Those patients, said Hughes, are generally able to walk and take advantage of other facilities within the hospital.

While the overflow scenario isn't ideal, it's unlikely that there will be an expansion in that regard.

"Interior Health's strategy is to  invest in primary care and community care so you can avoid hospital care," said Hughes. "That's a key piece to keep people healthier at home."

Hughes added that he's glad that Ponte brought his concerns forward, so the health authority can address them.

He also recommended that those who feel ill go to their GP, a walk-in clinic or call 811 unless it's an emergency.


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Les DSI et la donnée, socles de l’entreprise numérique ?

Les DSI et la donnée, socles de l’entreprise numérique ? | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Le département IT a très souvent été isolé des autres départements stratégiques de l’entreprise. Selon une étude menée par le Club Décision DSI fin 2015 auprès
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Comment les humains s’attachent aux robots

Comment les humains s’attachent aux robots | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Passionnée par le langage, Véronique Aubergé est une des grandes spécialistes de la robotique sociale, c'est-à-dire des liens que nouent les humains avec les robots. Nous l’avons rencontrée dans son laboratoire de Grenoble. Un entretien publié dans «Carnets de sciences», la nouvelle revue du CNRS.

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Un ancien de Google lance un étonnant cabinet médical futuriste

Un ancien de Google lance un étonnant cabinet médical futuriste | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Forward, une start-up créée par un ancien de Google, vient de dévoiler un concept de cabinet médical du futur grandement inspiré par les Apple Stores.

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Marché des infrastructures : les acteurs et solution cloud pèsent de plus en plus lourd

Marché des infrastructures : les acteurs et solution cloud pèsent de plus en plus lourd | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
A l’horizon 2020, les dépenses en infrastructures des fournisseurs de cloud « off-premises » devraient atteindre 48,1 milliards de dollars en 2020

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Les infrastructure traditionnelles (non cloud) représente plus de la moitié (57,1%) des investissements, contre 16,7% pour le cloud privé (on-premises et off-premises) et le solde pour le cloud public ...

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Parcours patient connecté : où en sont les cliniques ?

Parcours patient connecté : où en sont les cliniques ? | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Pour les établissements privés, les services numériques apparaissent de plus en plus comme des moteurs d’attractivité et de personnalisation des parcours patients à l’heure où la prise en charge en ambulatoire a vocation à se développer. DSIH revient, avec ce dossier, sur quelques innovations remarquables annoncées en 2016, comme celle de l’Hôpital privé du Confluent, à Nantes[1], qui vient d’ouvrir un espace ambulatoire high-tech. Fanny Séguin-Loisance, directrice Marketing et Relation Client de l’établissement, revient sur cette inauguration.
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Le blockchain c'est quoi ?

Le blockchain c'est quoi ? | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Quelles sont ses origines? Quel est le mode de fonctionnement de cette nouvelle technologie et ses applications?
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Yves Pellemans's curator insight, January 15, 7:31 AM
Les entreprises qui auront adopté le blockchain en 2020 seront les entreprises les plus valorisés !
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Le DSI : plus qu’un praticien spécialiste du digital, un généraliste

Le DSI : plus qu’un praticien spécialiste du digital, un généraliste | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
À l’heure où les entreprises comprennent qu’il leur faut aller bien au-delà des expérimentations isolées, voir
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Un système d'identification biométrique multimodal

Un système d'identification biométrique multimodal | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Une équipe du département des systèmes multimédias de l'Université polytechnique de Gdansk, dirigée par le professeur Andrzej Czyżewski, développe un système d'identification biométrique multimodal, travaillant à la fois sur l'aspect logiciel et matériel du projet.
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Datak : un jeu sérieux pour protéger vos données sur Internet

Datak : un jeu sérieux pour protéger vos données sur Internet | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Comment protéger vos données personnelles sur Internet ? Avec Datak, apprenez à vous défendre
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Internet et données personnelles: Bruxelles veut encadrer le ciblage publicitaire

Internet et données personnelles: Bruxelles veut encadrer le ciblage publicitaire | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Bruxelles veut renforcer la protection des données électroniques personnelles des Européens, ce qui pourrait limiter à l'avenir le ciblage publicitaire…
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Has online health information changed the physician-patient relationship?

Has online health information changed the physician-patient relationship? | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it

 As patients have better access to health information through the Internet and expect to be more engaged in health decision making, traditional models of the patient-provider relationship and communication strategies must be revisited to adapt to this changing demographic.

 

Physicians often don’t have the time to explain the complex world of medicine to patients. While more people are going online for health information the Internet can be like a jungle with many false trails to supposed health information.  For the most part, it’s up to online health seekers to determine what is “real” and ‘trusted” as opposed to false and fake.  Within lies a great opportunity for pharma companies.


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Messageries sécurisées de santé: la DGOS lance un appel à projets pour développer les usages (instruction)

Une instruction de la direction générale de l'offre de soins (DGOS) publiée le 18 janvier lance un appel à projets auprès des agences régionales de santé (ARS) pour développer l'usage des messageries sécurisées de santé comme support de la lettre de liaison et des résultats d'examens de biologie médicale.


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Le Big Data va-t-il révolutionner la médecine ?

Le Big Data va-t-il révolutionner la médecine ? | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Avant d’être matérialisé par des appareils connectés fournissant des informations sur l’état de santé du porteur, le domaine de ce qu’on appelle désormais la e-Santé est avant tout une affair
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The Benefits of Twitter for Scientists » American Scientist

The Benefits of Twitter for Scientists » American Scientist | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
The Benefits of Twitter for Scientists

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Gilbert C FAURE's curator insight, January 19, 11:52 AM
usage of twitter is indeed growing to circulate information, and why not teach and learn
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Computer can tell doctors when your heart will fail

Computer can tell doctors when your heart will fail | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence software that can predict when a heart is going to fail by analysing scans of it beating has been developed by British scientists. The technology could help doctor
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The Arrival of the Chatbot

The Arrival of the Chatbot | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
By Raymond Michaels – International Banker “Plan for radical change, or prepare for obsolescence” was the recent message from former Apple CEO John Sculley in reference to the banking sector’s latest digital innovation: the chatbot.
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IBM testing blockchain-powered medical care for U.S. patients

IBM testing blockchain-powered medical care for U.S. patients | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Blockchain technology hasn't taken over the world yet, but IBM Corp. thinks it might be key to delivering more secure, efficient, and effective medical service
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Intelligence artificielle et robotique collaborative : une évolution uniquement technologique ?

Intelligence artificielle et robotique collaborative : une évolution uniquement technologique ? | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Depuis 40 ans, les progrès liés aux nouvelles technologies digitales ont entraîné deux bénéfices essentiel
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Révolution numérique : ce n'est pas une raison pour perdre la tête

Révolution numérique : ce n'est pas une raison pour perdre la tête | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Une grosse transformation ne vaut pas une lente et belle évolution. On joue sur les mots ? Non, car il ne faut pas oublier le vrai capita
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Portabilité des données : comment récupérer ses données

Portabilité des données : comment récupérer ses données | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Portabilité des données : comment les consommateurs peuvent récupérer leurs données et les transférer à un autre opérateur?
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La moitié des projets Big Data affiche un retour sur investissement

La moitié des projets Big Data affiche un retour sur investissement | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Une étude montre que de plus en plus de projets Big Data se concrétisent malgré la persistance des obstacles.
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We need more science in hospital quality measures

We need more science in hospital quality measures | Hopital 2.0 | Scoop.it
Physicians and patients deserve quality measures that are more science and less sausage-making.
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