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PARKINSON: Neurostimuler améliore encore la qualité de vie - NEJM

PARKINSON: Neurostimuler améliore encore la qualité de vie - NEJM | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
La stimulation cérébrale fait peu à peu ses preuves dans le traitement de la maladie de Parkinson.
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The digital behaviours of patients: an infographic

The digital behaviours of patients: an infographic | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Patient digital behaviours

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Laboratoires pharmaceutiques et transformation digitale #hcsmeufr

Laboratoires pharmaceutiques et transformation digitale #hcsmeufr | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
La transformation digitale vecteur de croissance et de création de valeur : web casting, web conference, serious games, apps, flashcodes, santé connectée,

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Pharma social media: five best practice examples

Pharma social media: five best practice examples | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it

Phil Baumann proposes that pharma companies planning on supporting activities in social environments:

 

Identify clear and specific objectives that lend themselves to social media outletsMatch the social media platform to the brand’s specific objectivesDevelop guidelines and workflows for interactions and engagement opportunitiesEnsure that qualified staff manage all of your social media activitiesWork with vendors who understand customer care and know how to handle all aspects of social media including adverse event identification, correction of misinformation and patient engagement within the unique parameters of each social media platform


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Andrew Spong's curator insight, July 10, 6:57 AM

Appropriate aims. Adequate preparation. Purposeful participation. Sure-footed execution.

 

It's a shame that more companies don't feel compelled to follow modest, achievable, and productive agendas such as Phil sets out here.

 

At this stage, one can only assume that it is a lack of desire mixed with a fear of career-limiting mistakes.

 

The manifestation of either of those conditions would be a pity, yet the likelihood is that both of them pertain.

 

People working in the pharmaceutical industry are stewards of more than just their own careers. If they're risk averse, it may be better to find another industry.

 

The pharmaceutical industry matters too much for it to be led by the faint-hearted.

 

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10 Digital Health Trends for the Next 20 Years

The Digital Health Revolution is upon us. Here are the ten trends that will impact each and everyone of us in the coming years to help us live healthier, stronger and smarter lives, for longer.


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Mutuelle BonneAssurance's curator insight, July 15, 5:53 AM

Wow! Super intéressant, pour peu qu'on comprenne un peu l'anglais! 

Ian Sibbald's curator insight, July 18, 2:29 AM

Bit of "big picture" future-speculation and extrapolation  - thoughtful (and thought-provoking) context in a set of slides on some big trends for the next 20 years.

Alexis Meneses Arévalo's curator insight, July 21, 5:49 AM

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Présentation des services e-santé en Bretagne

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La e-santé pour communiquer : Présentation des services e-santé en Bretagne


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Découvrez les services du GCS e-Santé Bretagne à destination des professionnels de la santé et du médico-social.

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Toshiba dévoile un objet connecté santé destiné aux médecins - Connected-Objects.fr

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Le géant japonais Toshiba annonce qu'il lancera prochainement un premier objet connecté dédié à la santé.
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3 Ways to Invest in This 43% Annual Growth Market (AAPL, GOOG, GOOGL, SSNLF)

3 Ways to Invest in This 43% Annual Growth Market (AAPL, GOOG, GOOGL, SSNLF) | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Cardiac, glucose, and blood pressure monitors are the fastest growing markets in mHealth. Which companies should investors keep an eye on to profit from this rapidly growing market? - Leo Sun - Health Care

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White Paper - Patient Engagement Technology: Delivering Real Value to Hospitals and a Real Difference to Patients

White Paper - Patient Engagement Technology: Delivering Real Value to Hospitals and a Real Difference to Patients | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Lincor Solutions is the leading provider of digital point of care service delivery. Our secure, robust and specifically engineered technology improves patient outcomes, increases efficiencies and reduces costs by delivering clinical applications, administrative functionality, communications, patient education and entertainment services, direct to the bedside.

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ET Russell's curator insight, June 18, 4:55 AM

Executive Summary:

Across every industry, electronic engagement tools help enhance the customer experience, create efficiency and deliver business value. The same is true in healthcare, where hospitals can improve clinical quality, patient satisfaction and care efficiency through digital patient engagement.

However, even in the U.S. — widely regarded as leaders in the adoption of healthcare computing — only about one-fifth of all hospitals have adopted electronic patient engagement technology, with many countries at a far lower level of penetration than this. i

The U.S. has seen more research in this area than any other country, and so this document uses much of this large body of evidence, to provide an evidence-based analysis of the total value creation — or return on investment — through cost avoidance, revenue generation and quality improvement, for hospitals that implement interactive patient engagement technology capable of delivering education, health information, communication tools and entertainment content, all at the bedside. 

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eSAnté : un site pour prendre rendez-vous avec son médecin - La Vie Numérique

eSAnté : un site pour prendre rendez-vous avec son médecin - La Vie Numérique | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
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eSAnté : un site pour prendre rendez-vous avec son médecin.
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Le médecin de demain sera un médecin connecté 2.0

Le médecin de demain sera un médecin connecté 2.0 | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Carte Blanche à Eric Couhet, Médecin Généraliste et consultant chez DMD Santé. Il est bien loin de temps de 1995 où la CNAM  versait une indemnité pour l’informatisation des cabinets médicaux. Quel...

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What is Health 2.0?

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What is Health 2.0?

The Journal of Medical Internet Research defines Health 2.0 as –

“the use of a specific set of Web tools (blogs, Podcasts, tagging, search, wikis, etc) by actors in health care including doctors, patients, and scientists, using principles of open source and generation of content by users, and the power of networks in order to personalize health care, collaborate, and promote health education.”

The “2.0” moniker in Health 2.0 is a play on Web 2.0 which refers to the second generation development of the Internet characterized by the change from static web pages to easily shareable, dynamic, user-generated content tools such as blogs, wikis, social networks, video-sharing sites, mashups, hosted services and web-based software applications.

In simple words, Health 2.0 can be defined as the use of web 2.0 or social media tools to promote collaboration between patients, their caregivers, medical professionals, and other stakeholders in healthcare in order to achieve better health outcomes.

How is Health 2.0 used in healthcare?

Social media changes the traditional one-to-one patient-doctor dialogue to one-to-many and many-to-many dialogues between doctors-patients, patients-patients and doctors-doctors at a phenomenal speed. This fundamental change in how people in the healthcare ecosystem interact with each other opens up the possibilities for many novel applications of social media in healthcare such as:

Patients and physicians interact via social media to promote awareness about diseases, precautions and other health-related information with each other.Consumers use social media to meet their health-related wants, needs and preferences.Online applications like WebMD offer platforms for both consumer and physician-moderated health-related conversations.Healthcare organizations use online communities for disease management. For example, Inspire.com offers patients 24/7 access to its peer communities.Clinical investigators and contract research organizations use online communities to recruit volunteers for clinical trials.Some sites allow patients to upload detailed information about their conditions through Personal Health Records and receive information from similar patients.Online applications are used in health professional trainings for collaboration to share cases and opinions.Public health and regulatory agencies use social media tools for public health campaigns and announcements.Web applications are used for treatment, physician and hospital selection and medical expense comparisons.

Current Market and Industry Trends

The Health 2.0 market is typically included in the Health IT market and hence no separate market estimations for the use of social media in healthcare exist. However, the use of social media in healthcare is rapidly increasing. Since the GCC has the highest smartphone penetration rates among high-use countries, the highest daily app use, and some of the highest rates of social media usage, Health 2.0 is being rapidly adopted in this region.

According to a Health Research Institute survey, 42% of consumers are using social media to access consumer reviews of treatments, physicians and hospitals. 25% have posted about their health status at least once and 20% have joined a health-related forum or community.

However, the most important takeaway is that more than 80% of consumers in the age group 18-24 are using social media to access and share health information and 40% of them say that social media strongly affects their healthcare-related decisions.

A Google/Complete Hospital study sheds more light on the impact of information technology in healthcare: 84% of patients used both online and offline sources for hospital research, 77% of patients used search prior to booking an appointment, 61% of prospective patients looked at 2+ hospital websites before converting, YouTube traffic to hospital sites has increased 119% YoY, 30% of patients who watched an online video booked an appointment, 1 out of 3 patients used mobile devices daily, and 44% of those researching on a mobile device booked an appointment.

Hospitals increasingly are using social networks for promotional purposes and to gauge consumer experiences with their organizations. More than 700 of the  5,000 U.S. hospitals have a social media and social networking presence to enhance their ability to market services and communicate with stakeholders.

Future trends in the use of social media in healthcare may include:

Healthcare professional societies may be replaced by online networks.Nonprofit foundations may use healthcare and recreational sites to educate their stakeholders and mobilize them for health-related campaigns.Public health organizations may use social networks to reach the public quickly and alert them about disease outbreaks, vaccination drives, quarantines, evacuations and policy debates.Hospitals may use social media to help patients understand their treatment options, engage in crisis management and get feedback.Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies may mine physician data on physician networks.Medical companies may train physicians on their products using social networks.

Healthcare companies will increasingly take a more proactive approach to integrate social media information for use in customer interactions to meet their needs and deliver value. And those who hesitate to do so will experience a severe disadvantage in communicating the true value they deliver.


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Content Ideas For Your Hospital Social Media Channels

Content Ideas For Your Hospital Social Media Channels | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it

Keep a themed schedule. For example, Motivation Monday or Trivia Tuesday. This will make it easy for your marketing team to create content for a specific day.Be educational. People are following you for health-related information. Why not provide them with healthy tips that are related to health such as exercise, nutrition and check-up reminders.Make the best of photos and video testimonials. People are visual. If you can show them a photo or short video of a happy patient, your followers are sure to like, comment, retweet, +1 and share it.  All good things in the world of social media!

 

Read more: http://www.waxcom.com/impressions/2014/06/19/tips-to-create-unique-social-media-content-for-your-hospital/


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1001Pharmacies : la guerre des officines on line est déclarée !

1001Pharmacies : la guerre des officines on line  est déclarée ! | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Paris, le 18 juin 204 – La société1001Pharmacies dénonce « les attaques répétées qu’elle ne cesse de subir de la part des instances afin d’...

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KParticulier's curator insight, June 20, 7:08 AM

Paris, le 18 juin 204 - La société1001Pharmacies dénonce « les attaques répétées qu'elle ne cesse de subir de la part des instances afin d'empêcher la création d'un site important dans la vente en ligne des produits de santé. » Dernier déboire en date pour 1001Pharmacies : l'Ordre National des Pharmaciens qui vient de les assigner en référé pour tenter de faire requalifier son nouveau service de livraison de médicaments, en vente illégale de médicaments sur Internet. Explications.

1001Pharmacies est une start up française créée en octobre 2012 qui propose sur son site internet la plus vaste offre de pharmacie en ligne. Ce portail travaille en partenariat avec plus de 550 pharmacies françaises qui utilisent cette e-boutique pour vendre leurs produits. Les commandes peuvent être retirées au comptoir sans frais supplémentaire dans la pharmacie la plus proche, ou bien être livrées à domicile. Depuis mars 2014, 1001Pharmacies propose également une livraison express de médicaments en moins de 3 heures (à Paris pour le moment). Il suffit alors au patient d'envoyer son ordonnance ou sa commande de médicaments directement à la pharmacie partenaire de son choix, via un formulaire disponible sur le site. Le patient doit ensuite régler les frais de livraison (à partir de 9 euros) et le complément si les médicaments commandés ne sont pas remboursés à 100 %.

Des difficultés qui s'accumulent

En juillet dernier, 1001Pharmacies a déposé un recours devant le Conseil d'Etat contre l'arrêté du 20 juin 2013 relatif aux bonnes pratiques de dispensation sur Internet, afin d'attaquer l'interdiction faite aux pharmaciens de se regrouper sur Internet pour vendre des médicaments. Pour Cédric O'Neill, pharmacien et co-fondateur de 1001Pharmacies, cette règle qui impose « 1 officine = 1 site Internet » est préjudiciable aux patients et aux pharmaciens, et n'a aucune légitimité de santé publique. Selon lui, le pharmacien ne peut et ne doit pas se substituer à un vendeur sur Internet. L'e-commerce nécessite des compétences spécifiques et un travail important que les toutes les officines ne peuvent assumer. D'où la nécessité de pouvoir se regrouper afin d'alléger les procédures et de mieux s'adapter aux nouvelles technologies et aux évolutions de la consommation.

En ce qui concerne le service de livraison express de médicaments, c'est l'article R5125-51 du Code de Santé publique qui poserait problème. En effet ce dernier stipule que la dispensation ne peut être effectuée que par des diplômés, des préparateurs ou des étudiants en pharmacie, à partir de la troisième année, sauf quelques exceptions.

Lever les freins à l'innovation dans l'intérêt des patients et des pharmaciens français !

Cédric O'Neill dénonce l'attitude des instances françaises qui, par peur de voir le monopole des pharmaciens remis en cause, ouvrent la porte à tous les concurrents européens en toute légalité, mais sans sécurité. A suivre.

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Trophées e-santé 2014 : récompense à l’innovation !

Trophées e-santé 2014 : récompense à l’innovation ! | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Dans le cadre de l’Université d’été de la e-santé, les Trophées 2014 de la e-santé ont récompensé les projets porteurs et innovants qui feront la e-santé de demain. Présentation.
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La télémédecine arrive à maturité - Figaro Santé

La télémédecine arrive à maturité - Figaro Santé | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Figaro Santé La télémédecine arrive à maturité Figaro Santé La réduction des dépenses hospitalières et l'amélioration de l'accompagnement médical à domicile des personnes âgées sont deux priorités pour le gouvernement, rappelées par la ministre de...
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FDA Looks to Urge Companies to Tweet Drug Risks #pharma #hcsmeu #FF @evepie

FDA Looks to Urge Companies to Tweet Drug Risks #pharma #hcsmeu #FF @evepie | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it

The FDA is looking into a new way to regulate drugs and medical devices—by using social media. The agency has drafted social media guidelines that would urge drug companies to use platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, to educate the public about the risks of their prescription drug or medical device.

The draft guidelines, which are currently under review by the agency, propose that companies be required to use the “character space constraints” on social media platforms such as Twitter to tweet the risks, along with the benefits, of a product. The guidelines also recommend that manufacturers include a link that takes readers to more information about the product. In the case of Twitter, that information should all be included in a single tweet.

    If a firm concludes that adequate benefit and risk information, as well as other required information, cannot all be communicated within the same character-space-limited communication, then the firm should reconsider using that platform for the intended promotional message.

If approved, the guidelines will become the first formal recommendation by the agency regarding manufacturers’ use of social media.


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Comment devenir un champion de la santé digitale ? | Orange Business Services

Comment devenir un champion de la santé digitale ? | Orange Business Services | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Intéressons-nous à une entreprise comme Google qui jusqu’ici gagnait sa vie sur la génération de publicités, comment espère-t-elle devenir un champion de la santé digitale ?

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The Doctor's Office of 2024: 4 Predictions for the Future

The Doctor's Office of 2024: 4 Predictions for the Future | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it

What’s next on the horizon for doctors and patients? Medical experts predict the biggest changes likely to occur in primary care over the next decade.
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- Doctors will rely on Wearbale tech for Real-time Insights..

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- Waiting Rooms will be phased out ..

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- Up to 35 Percent of Visits Will Happen Virtually—Or Not at All

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- Patients Will Increasingly Control Their Medical Charts

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The key for success, Burgert says, is for physicians to push through the learning curve and anxiety associated with many new technologies and be open to the changes that lie ahead. She explains: “Physicians who maintain their willingness to listen and learn, despite the common anxiety of not knowing everything in uncharted territory, will be better positioned in the future.”..


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rob halkes's curator insight, July 8, 3:20 AM

In the spirit of the trends, this oversight confirms them. See here and more specifically about what should be the trends here

Interesting ans inspiring however are the data mentioned in the referred studies, from Wolters Kluwer and from Software Advice.

  And surely: health care professionals need to "push through the learning curve.." - Great statement ;-)

See also my next scoop here and here - Thanks!

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Como será o consultório médico em 2024?

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La santé en ligne, un enjeu pour l'avenir - L'Express

La santé en ligne, un enjeu pour l'avenir - L'Express | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
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La santé en ligne, un enjeu pour l'avenir
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Les nouvelles technologies sont en train de bouleverser profondément le domaine de la santé et la relation patient-médecin.
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ITW Lionel Reichardt : le patient connecté devient un acteur engagé de sa santé

ITW Lionel Reichardt : le patient connecté devient un acteur engagé de sa santé | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Le patient ne l'est plus ! Il prend en main sa santé grâce aux capteurs connectés. Il s'informe sur les traitements avec le web, partage les diagnostics des médecins sur le Net, maîtrise ses data physiologiques. Une révolution silencieuse à laquelle les laboratoires, les hôpitaux et les autorités de santé doivent s'adapter.

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Lionel Reichardt : « Le patient devient un des acteurs-clés du système de santé. On qualifie ce mouvement d'« empowerment ». Ce mot a plusieurs significations mais c'est un changement capital ; une prise de pouvoir du patient dans le bon sens du terme. De paternaliste, la relation médecin/patient devient potentiellement une relation de partenariat.


[...] Cette évolution s'inscrit dans la continuité de ce qui se passe avec le web. La santé est le deuxième sujet recherché dans Google. Tout le monde peut consulter des sites spécialisés pour se rassurer sur des symptômes ou s'informer sur une maladie. Et sur les réseaux sociaux, 20% des conversations portent sur des questions de santé. Comme le consommateur, le patient connecté devient un acteur engagé de sa santé. »

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Infographie : l'hôpital 2.0 passe par les réseaux sociaux

Infographie : l'hôpital 2.0 passe par les réseaux sociaux | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Lors du Congrès Doctors 2.0 & You début juin, Hôpital Web 2.0 a présenté une infographie sur l'utilisation des réseaux sociaux par les hôpitaux publics. Découverte. Créateur du site Hôpital Web...

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Télémédecine, e-santé : le patient connecté !

Retrouvez Laurence Lafont, Directrice de la division Secteur Public de Microsoft France et Pierre Traineau, Directeur général de Catel. https://www.decideurstv.com/economie-business/les-decideurs...
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La e-santé fait son université d’été à Castres du 2 au 4 juillet, 600 participants sont attendus

La e-santé fait son université d’été à Castres du 2 au 4 juillet, 600 participants sont attendus | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it

L’Université d’été de la e-santé se tiendra à Castres du 2 au 4 juillet. Cet événement, co-organisé par le Centre e-santé et Castres-Mazamet Technopole, devrait attirer près de 600 participants. Le point sur un programme qui s'annonce très dense.


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Q2 checkup: Three forces shaping digital health innovation in 2014 - MedCity News

Q2 checkup: Three forces shaping digital health innovation in 2014 - MedCity News | la santé "digitale" | Scoop.it
Q2 checkup: Three forces shaping digital health innovation in 2014 MedCity News In this year alone we are seeing some of the biggest players make bets and shifts, from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)...

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L’Ordre attaque 1001Pharmacies.com

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L’Ordre national des pharmaciens vient d’assigner en référé 1001Pharmacies.com, « pour tenter de faire requalifier son nouveau service de

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