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Social Media Use By People With Chronic Pain – A Global Online Survey (Preliminary Results)

Social Media Use By People With Chronic Pain – A Global Online Survey (Preliminary Results) | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
We recently ran a global online survey targeting People With Chronic Pain (PWCP) as a result of various chronic diseases who have used social media as part of self-management. The aim of the survey...
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Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: Will It Go Away? | Insight & Intelligence™ | GEN

Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: Will It Go Away? | Insight & Intelligence™ | GEN | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Get the latest in biotechnology through daily news coverage as well as analysis, features, tutorials, webinars, podcasts, and blogs. Learn about the entire bioproduct life cycle from early-stage R&D, to applied research including omics, biomarkers, as well as diagnostics, to bioprocessing and commercialization.
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Why mHealth and Patient Engagement are Critical to the Future of Healthcare

Why mHealth and Patient Engagement are Critical to the Future of Healthcare | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology,Health care information technology & IT strategy news for CIOs, CMIOs & clinical informaticists. Learn about EMR EHR, ARRA HITECH, wireless technologies & meaningful use policy.
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How OpenNotes Builds Patient Engagement - HealthLeaders Media

Patients are encouraged to become engaged in their healthcare, but they can’t do it unless providers give them the tools and information they ne
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More Drugmakers Dip Into Social Media To Find And Engage Patients - Life Science Leader Magazine

More Drugmakers Dip Into Social Media To Find And Engage Patients - Life Science Leader Magazine | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Freewheeling engagement with the public is not the first thing that comes to mind when considering the pharmaceutical industry. But that’s what ...
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The Era of the E-Patient...

The Era of the E-Patient... | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
E-medicine, a new technological trend in patient care—has ushered in a digital health revolution that will change the way you view everyday healthcare—and many signs show this change might be for the better.
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Internet of Things applications moving into healthcare - TechTarget

Internet of Things applications moving into healthcare - TechTarget | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
As a daylong conference at MIT's Media Lab showed, Internet of Things applications are intersecting with and complementing health IT in general.
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E-Patients Deserve E-Doctors: Addressing the Needs of Both to Make Healthcare Better for Everyone

E-Patients Deserve E-Doctors: Addressing the Needs of Both to Make Healthcare Better for Everyone | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Everyone deserves a chance to be healthy. Physicians, of course, focus on helping patients. Unfortunately, I often see patients’ frustrations [...]

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Can a Patient Teach Medical School?

Can a Patient Teach Medical School? | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Of course, according to The Mayo Clinic. They’ve been leading medicine for decades, so why wouldn’t they lead here? Today, The Mayo Clinic announced that e-Patient Dave deBronkart would serve as th...
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Why money flows into mobile, wearable health technology - iMedicalApps

Why money flows into mobile, wearable health technology - iMedicalApps | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Physicians, venture capitalists, and healthcare business leaders at Health 2.0 noted the increasing empowerment of patients in medicine.
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Medicine 2.0: what researchers are learning about mHealth and gamification - mHealth - PHARMAGEEK

Medicine 2.0: what researchers are learning about mHealth and gamification - mHealth - PHARMAGEEK | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Medicine 2.0 is a congress that promotes Internet, Social Media and Mobile Apps applied to medicine. Since the first edition in Toronto in 2008,… Source: www.mobilehealthglobal.com
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Preparing for the digital health revolution

Preparing for the digital health revolution | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
The convergence of life sciences and technology heralds a new era for healthcare. Are our legal and ethical frameworks ready for the transformation?

Via Mariano Fernandez S.
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Today's Digital Patient (Infographic)

Today's Digital Patient (Infographic) | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it

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Art Jones's curator insight, November 3, 2014 6:12 PM

86% of all patients consult a social network to source for information about the symptoms they are experiencing prior to seeing a physician. 

Paul Epping's curator insight, November 8, 2014 3:42 AM
We're getting more digital
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Health apps: do they do more harm than good? - Medical News Today

Health apps: do they do more harm than good? - Medical News Today | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
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Health apps: do they do more harm than good?
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Informatics Trends: Patient-Generated Health Data | NurseTogether.com

Informatics Trends: Patient-Generated Health Data | NurseTogether.com | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Technology has come a long way! Patient-generated data is now going digital and medical history can now be more complete consistent.
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Which mHealth Apps are Best? Let the Doc Prescribe - Healthcare Informatics

Which mHealth Apps are Best? Let the Doc Prescribe - Healthcare Informatics | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology,Health care information technology & IT strategy news for CIOs, CMIOs & clinical informaticists. Learn about EMR EHR, ARRA HITECH, wireless technologies & meaningful use policy.
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Developments in digital health and personalised medicine - PHG Foundation

Developments in digital health and personalised medicine - PHG Foundation | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
PHG Foundation Developments in digital health and personalised medicine PHG Foundation Dr David Ross, director of the Public Health Informatics Institute, said: “Data moves at the speed of trust…Those are the words we heard from people across the...
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Participatory Medicine - How Shared Data is Empowering the Patient | PHT Corporation

Participatory Medicine - How Shared Data is Empowering the Patient | PHT Corporation | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Read more about the focus on the patient in clinical trials, and giving the patient a voice.
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Digital health gets two new reality checks (thank God) - MedCity News

Digital health gets two new reality checks (thank God) - MedCity News | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Two new studies — one in a peer-reviewed journal, one from a consulting firm — are casting some skepticism on the world of digital health. In an often-overhyped sector, a...
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mHealth masters: Forget devices, focus on data - mHealthNews

mHealth masters: Forget devices, focus on data - mHealthNews | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
Personal Connected Health Alliance vice president Rob Havasy, who also has ties to Continua and Partner's Center for Connected Health, doesn't see a future for smartwatches, and is surprised at the success of tools that connect patients with doctors.
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Doctor Prescribed Apps May Soon Be the New Norm...

Doctor Prescribed Apps May Soon Be the New Norm... | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it
According to the U.K.’s Telegraph, soon British doctors might be “prescribing” more apps than medications.
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Patients 1st: The e-patient’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

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We are part of a movement to Equip, Enable, Empower and Engage patients: the drive for participatory medicine.
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How the e-patient community helped save my life: an essay by Dave deBronkart

@ePatientDave giving an amazing talk to the #AAMC14 on patient engagement and empowerment. Great read too. http://t.co/5m09lPSq2W #SoMeAAMC
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Video: Roadmap for Patient and Family Engagement in Healthcare

The first unifying "roadmap" for involving patients and their families in health care delivery. www.patientfamilyengagement.org.

Via Parag Vora, Heather Swift
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Google is developing cancer and heart attack detector - Masters and PhDs

Google is developing cancer and heart attack detector - Masters and PhDs | Informatics in Participatory Health | Scoop.it

Google X (Google’s research unit)  is aiming to diagnose cancers, impending heart attacks or strokes and other diseases, by introducing disease-detecting nanoparticles into a patient’s bloodstream and reading the results with a wrist-worn sensor.

 


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E-patient - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

E-patient

An e-patient is a health consumer who participates fully in his/her medical care. Sometimes referred to as an "internet patient," e-patients see themselves as equal partners with their doctors in the healthcare process. E-patients gather information about medical conditions that impact them and their families, using electronic communication tools (including Web 2.0 tools) in coping with medical conditions.

Patient communities help save lives. Get involved in participatory medicine to be empowered as an e-patient. http://t.co/CNXZC8Lmen #CHC14
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