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Five Potential Healthcare Applications for Google Glass | The Health Care Blog

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An app a day keeps the doctor away: UBC's eHealth Strategy Office launches ... - Vancouver Sun

An app a day keeps the doctor away: UBC's eHealth Strategy Office launches ... - Vancouver Sun | eHealth | Scoop.it
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A physician’s advice for selecting the right EHR replacement | EHRintelligence.com

A physician’s advice for selecting the right EHR replacement | EHRintelligence.com | eHealth | Scoop.it
Jay Alexander, MD, FACC, shares his firsthand experience of choosing an EHR replacement after his first system failed to deliver a return on investment.
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Google Glass – Day 2 - eHealth - John W Sharp

Google Glass – Day 2 - eHealth - John W Sharp | eHealth | Scoop.it
Google Glass – Day 2. July 9, 2013. Day 2 was spent at home trying it out on my home network and showing it to neighbors. I was becoming more comfortable with using and wearing it. The hands-free aspect of Glass does have a freeing ...
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Impact of Telehealth, Telemedicine and Telecare event | WIRES

Impact of Telehealth, Telemedicine and Telecare event | WIRES | eHealth | Scoop.it
Telehealth/care: PowerPoint slides and presentations from the Impact of Telehealth, Telemedicine and Telecare event held in July 2012 (RT @WessexHIEC: Telehealth: 5 Presentations from Impact of Telehealth, Telemedicine & Telecare event
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Using Genomic Information in EHR for Patient Care

Using Genomic Information in EHR for Patient Care | eHealth | 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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Low sign-up for Australian eHealth records - NEWS.com.au

Low sign-up for Australian eHealth records - NEWS.com.au | eHealth | Scoop.it
Low sign-up for Australian eHealth records
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LESS than 2 per cent of Australians have signed up for an eHealth record in the year since its launch, and the Australian Medical Association says most of those records would be unused and blank.
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Again we see a lack of integral thinking. By sound testing this would have been indicated as a potential problem. Time is enemy nr. 1 when using EHR and PHR

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How we can use technology to deliver improved healthcare for the future

How we can use technology to deliver improved healthcare for the future | eHealth | Scoop.it
As the NHS turns 65, how can it live up to the £20bn Nicholson challenge for driving efficiency and savings, asks John Gurnett (How we can use technology to deliver improved healthcare for the future http://t.co/ezY3nQbDaD...
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Telemedicine taking on larger role in emergency departments

Telemedicine taking on larger role in emergency departments | eHealth | Scoop.it
#telemedicine in #ED http://t.co/ftH813rQsv
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Sending out an SOS by watch phone for the elder...

Sending out an SOS by watch phone for the elder... | eHealth | Scoop.it
Sydney-based personal care technology company mCareWatch has released a mobile personal device for the elderly that is part wristwatch, part mobile phone, part emergency beacon.
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Switch to EHR increases length of time physicians spend on clinical examination - Healio

Switch to EHR increases length of time physicians spend on clinical examination - Healio | eHealth | Scoop.it
Switch to EHR increases length of time physicians spend on clinical examination Healio Implementation of an electronic health record system in a glaucoma practice increased patient examination time but did not change patient perceptions, according...
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EHR Makers Answer Doctors' Calls For Mobile Apps -- InformationWeek

EHR Makers Answer Doctors' Calls For Mobile Apps -- InformationWeek | eHealth | Scoop.it
More than 100 EHRs will offer mobile access, native iPad versions or both by 2014, but voice recognition is still missing. (EHR Makers Answer Doctors' Calls For Mobile Apps: More than 100 EHRs will offer mobile access, native iPad ver...
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Australia launches eHealth record app for children | Articles | FutureGov - Transforming Government | Education | Healthcare

Australia launches eHealth record app for children | Articles | FutureGov - Transforming Government | Education | Healthcare | eHealth | Scoop.it
FutureGov – Transforming Government | Education | Healthcare (Australia launches eHealth record app for children: The Department of Health and Ageing launched the country’s...
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Electronic Health Records help fight vaccine-preventable diseases - Science Daily (press release)

Electronic Health Records help fight vaccine-preventable diseases - Science Daily (press release) | eHealth | Scoop.it
Electronic Health Records help fight vaccine-preventable diseases Science Daily (press release) July 18, 2013 — Using an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system to automate the immunization data shared between health providers and public health...
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Google Glass eyed as future healthcare tool

Google Glass eyed as future healthcare tool | eHealth | Scoop.it
Wearable devices potentially hold the key to new approaches to improving healthcare quality, delivery costs and consumer engagement, said Antonio Zugaldia, chief technology officer at Washington, D.C.-based Silica Labs, which develops Google...
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Will Glass become synonymous with telemedicine?

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What matters to older people with assisted living needs? A phenomenological analysis of the use and non-use of telehealth and telecare

Wonderful article by @trishgreenhalgh and colleagues on older people and telehealth/telecare http://t.co/srI0KdNQlD #DigitalHealth
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More Doctors Adopt Electronic Health Records - Kaiser Health News

The nation's top Health IT official is lauding the nation's doctors for more widely adopting electronic health records in the past few years, but he and new studies say more work is needed to help the systems communicate with ...
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Ophthalmology database to boost eye disease data analytics | EHRintelligence.com

Ophthalmology database to boost eye disease data analytics | EHRintelligence.com | eHealth | Scoop.it
The American Academy of Ophthalmologists has launched an initiative to create a databank for patients suffering from eye diseases and vision loss in order to give physicians greater insight into treatments based on advanced data analytics.
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What will Google Glass do for health? | Healthcare IT News

What will Google Glass do for health? | Healthcare IT News | eHealth | Scoop.it
What will Google Glass do for health? | Healthcare IT News http://t.co/P7IPXXanKC #ehealth
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Make sure EHR is the right choice | Stria

Make sure EHR is the right choice | Stria | eHealth | Scoop.it
Hospitals, small doctors offices and other healthcare providers are in the process of or already have adopted electronic health records systems, but CIO.com's Brian Eastwood wrote that many are not happy with their system.
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Telemedicine system to be introduce for ICU patients - E & T Magazine

Telemedicine system to be introduce for ICU patients - E & T Magazine | eHealth | Scoop.it
Intensive care patients in two London hospitals will be monitored by video link from a remote location, it was announced today.
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It's Almost Worth Breaking Your Arm For This Crazy 3D-Printed Cast

It's Almost Worth Breaking Your Arm For This Crazy 3D-Printed Cast | eHealth | Scoop.it
Plaster casts are bulky, obnoxious, heavy, inevitably sweaty, occasionally pink. In short, they are no fun. But this 3D-printed “Cortex” c... (RT @TasmanianIT: Having broken my arm three times, this looks great!
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Linked EHR Data Could Boost Heart Attack Estimates, Survey Finds

Linked EHR Data Could Boost Heart Attack Estimates, Survey Finds | eHealth | Scoop.it
A British Medical Journal study found failure to use electronic health records could present inaccurate estimates of heart attack outcomes. Four EHRs underreported such incidences by between 25% and 50%, according to the study.
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5 Reasons Why Cloud-Based EHRs Will Replace Client-Server Solutions - HIT Consultant

5 Reasons Why Cloud-Based EHRs Will Replace Client-Server Solutions - HIT Consultant | eHealth | Scoop.it
5 Reasons Why Cloud-Based EHRs Will Replace Client-Server Solutions
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Would you rather hop on the expressway in a Ferrari FF or a Ford Model-T?
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Telemedicine Revenues Grew 237 Percent in Five Years, According to a New ... - PR Web (press release)

Telemedicine Revenues Grew 237 Percent in Five Years, According to a New ...
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The telemedicine patient monitoring market grew from 4.2 billion in 2007 to over 10 billion dollars in 2012, according to Kalorama Information.
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