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Un panorama de l'évolution de la santé vers le mumérique avec notamment, la mise en place de la télémédecine et l'émergence de la m-santé. by Fabrice Vezin
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Which Health monitor would you wear

Which Health monitor would you wear | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it

Misfit Wearables are developing highly wearable sensor products and services for wellness and medical applications.


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Le numérique en santé, c'est maintenant ? | Télésanté, e-santé

Le numérique en santé, c'est maintenant ? | Télésanté, e-santé | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it

Il est grand temps que la France se dote d'un système d'information qui contribue efficacement à la santé des Français.


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Five Ways the Medical Apps Industry is Maturing

Five Ways the Medical Apps Industry is Maturing | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
There are now over 13,000 health, fitness, and medical apps available. In a previous post I discussed “Five creative and necessary ways of getting medical apps adopted.” Specifically they were incorporating medical apps in informatics, utilization in schools for health education, government initiatives regarding digital technologies, medical apps in EHR clinical decision support tools, and patient portals. These however do not necessarily lead to adoption of these apps. Some of these are years away. But the industry is rapidly maturing and here are some ways in which it has or heading towards.

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A Doctor's Visit Without the Cold Stethoscope

A Doctor's Visit Without the Cold Stethoscope | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
It can take weeks to get a doctor's appointment and visiting the emergency room for a curious, but not so serious, ailment can be costly.

 

(...) "These telemedicine websites let people pose questions to a licensed doctor, paying $10 to $40. Some services offer free follow-ups and referrals as part of a more comprehensive treatment. We tested four services and asked questions on behalf of family and friends about health issues that didn't require an urgent trip to the doctor. These included swimmer's rash, an ingrown toenail and a pain above the eye. We didn't wait more than a day to get responses, but the quality of service varied significantly.

 

People typically use the services to supplement traditional doctor visits, since many of the doctors used by the sites aren't licensed to practice in every state. "There's a difference between advice and treatment," says Lyle Berkowitz, medical director of information technology and innovation at Northwestern Memorial Hospital's primary care group in Chicago." (...)

 

"The site works by engaging doctors to answer questions with an average of four weighing in on each answer, says Mr. Gutman. Doctors who weigh in are often located near the user's location, which enables physicians to market themselves and build their practice's clientele. People who want more detailed information can pay $9.99 for private consultation or schedule an in-person appointment."

 

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Ingestible sensor promises adherence insight

Ingestible sensor promises adherence insight | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
The FDA has given new meaning to the term inside scoop, with the approval of an ingestible medical sensor earlier this month from Proteus Biomedical. While the tool's medication-tracking capability conjures up a Big Brother approach to treatment adherence, Proteus' co-founder George Savage insists it's not going to punish patients for missing a dose. Or two. Or eight.

 

"The rationale for doing this is not to scold patients for being imperfect,” Savage told MM&M. “Not one of us is perfect, that's the point.”

 

The sensor, which the company describes as about the size of a grain of sand, can be buried within a pill. Upon ingestion, it sends signals to a petite, water-resistant patch worn by the patient. Once the patch receives its signal, information is wirelessly uploaded to anything Internet, including mobile phones, laptops and tablets. A password keeps the information private, and interested parties can log in and see how a patient's actual daily medication habits match up with the prescribed ones.

 

With a hard copy of the compliance record in hand, a clinician or caregiver can see just how a patient may be sticking with a regimen. Savage said this information could provide a critical talking point for doctors, which is, “Why haven't you been taking your medications?” If the answer is an unlivable dosing schedule, the solution could be as easy as changing the dose so it is livable.

 

The information, which the firm describes as a digital health feedback system, provides a valuable opportunity for follow-through. It could turn out that the right medication has been prescribed but is ineffective because of inconsistent use. Or, if a new dose shows a higher adherence rate, but a patient still feels poorly or isn't improving, the data could signal a problem with medication choice.

 

The feedback, added Savage, is “primarily for patients and the people in the patient's social network, usually family members who are helping them deal with complicated illnesses.” From a personal perspective, Savage said the Proteus system would be a way for him to see how he could help his mother, who lives too far away for a drive-by visit, and says the current lack of daily insight means, “I have no data, no tools, no help...I have to be there in person.”

 

The company is not yet targeting specific illnesses, but the system could be invaluable for patients with complex dosing regimens, as well as those with conditions for which poor adherence is common, such as bipolar depression, schizophrenia and Alzheimer's disease. In such instances, he said, caregivers could log into the health records and call patients to tell them they need to take a pill.

 

The first launch of the sensor/patch combination is slated for September, when Proteus introduces the system in the UK, where it was approved in 2010. The company has approval there for a two-pill approach -- a blister pack in which one pill is the medication itself and the other pill contains the sensor. (Savage said that some clients, including Novartis and Otsuka, are looking into the feasibility of one-pill approaches to embedding the sensor within their medications.)

 

The pill combinations will be offered through the UK-based Lloyd's pharmacy chain and will focus on patients who are taking multiple medications, as opposed to treating a particular condition. Savage said this will mean the majority of the patients will probably be elderly who are living alone, or at least independently, as opposed to in a group medical setting.

 

Savage said he is not sure when the technology will roll out in the US, and was not able to put a price on how much the sensor system could tack onto a prescription. He did, say, however, that it will be offered on an opt-in basis, so that patients can request to have medications with or without sensors, and can bypass what he expects will be a monthly fee for the tracking service.

 

He doesn't envision third-party payers picking up the tab but hopes that the added insight could be enough to convince patients and their care networks to adopt it. “This is a tool of individual empowerment.”


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Quand l'impression 3D fait des miracles en e-santé

Quand l'impression 3D fait des miracles en e-santé | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Il va peut-être falloir s'habituer à voir ce genre d'inventions se multiplier dans les années à venir. Comme le rapporte Slate.fr, Emma est une petite fille américaine atteinte d'arthrogrypose, une maladie rare qui l'empêche, ...
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Parapharmacie : le 1er distributeur du Nord - Nord Eclair.fr

Parapharmacie : le 1er distributeur du Nord - Nord Eclair.fr | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it

Nord Eclair.frParapharmacie : le 1er distributeur du NordNord Eclair.frDans le distributeur, une cinquantaine de produits rigoureusement sélectionnés par le pharmacien sont en vente : des tampons, du dentifrice, des produits de puériculture, des...


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La carte CPS, clé d'entrée dans la e-santé - Weka Santé

La carte CPS, clé d'entrée dans la e-santé - Weka Santé | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Weka SantéLa carte CPS, clé d'entrée dans la e-santéWeka SantéCette carte professionnelle de santé contient des données d'identification telles que la profession et la spécialité, et permet à son détenteur d'entrer dans la e-santé de manière simple...
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Communautés de patients et marketing pharmaceutique : Trouver la bonne équation?

Communautés de patients et marketing pharmaceutique : Trouver la bonne équation? | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
 On n'a pas fini d'entendre parler du rôle des laboratoires pharmaceutiques dans les communautés de patients en ligne.  Le blog World of...
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Hôpital et patient connecté : pourquoi autant de retard en France ?

Hôpital et patient connecté : pourquoi autant de retard en France ? | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Les technologies de connectivité des hôpitaux et de maintien à domicile des patients (télétransmission) existent et sont aujourd'hui fiables. Mais dans les faits, les projets ont du mal à être déployés.
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Vers une typologie des 13 700 applications de m-Santé | Proxima Mobile : applications et services gratuits sur mobile pour les citoyens

Vers une typologie des 13 700 applications de m-Santé | Proxima Mobile : applications et services gratuits sur mobile pour les citoyens | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Portail des applications et de services aux citoyens sur téléphone mobile, coordonné par la Délégation aux usages de l'Internet (Ministère de la Recherche / Ministère de l'Industrie) .
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"La vente de médicaments sur Internet n'est pas réglementée"

"La vente de médicaments sur Internet n'est pas réglementée" | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Selon l'OMS, plus de 50 % des médicaments proposés à la vente sur Internet seraient des contrefaçons.
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[Infographie] Comment les réseaux sociaux utilisent vos données ? - FrenchWeb.fr

[Infographie] Comment les réseaux sociaux utilisent vos données ? - FrenchWeb.fr | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
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Le corps médical gagnerait à collaborer ouvertement

Le corps médical gagnerait à collaborer ouvertement | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it

Se tourner vers un système ouvert basé sur l'Opensource permettrait d'améliorer le partage d'informations et le diagnostic des médecins. Mais le succès dépendrait de la bonne volonté de la communauté de santé à contribuer au système.


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Why 500 Startups-Style Small Bets May Be Next Big Idea In Digital Health - Forbes

Why 500 Startups-Style Small Bets May Be Next Big Idea In Digital Health - Forbes | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Digital health entrepreneurs might aspire to one day "disrupt everything," but for starters, they might do well to emulate Dave McClure's approach of focusing on well-defined customer segments.

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Quand l'impression 3D fait des miracles en e-santé

Quand l'impression 3D fait des miracles en e-santé | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Il va peut-être falloir s'habituer à voir ce genre d'inventions se multiplier dans les années à venir. Comme le rapporte Slate.fr, Emma est une petite fille américaine atteinte d'arthrogrypose, une maladie rare qui l'empêche, ...
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Faux médicaments: 2000 arrestations - Le Figaro

Faux médicaments: 2000 arrestations - Le Figaro | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Faux médicaments: 2000 arrestationsLe FigaroPar internet, les médecins adressent leurs enregistrements numériques dans un centre marocain.

 


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23 médicaments que la Sécurité sociale ne remboursera plus

23 médicaments que la Sécurité sociale ne remboursera plus | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it

Le Journal officiel a publié ce vendredi une nouvelle liste de spécialités pharmaceutiques qui seront désormais à la...


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Diagnostiquer Parkinson, bientôt simple comme un coup de fil

Diagnostiquer Parkinson, bientôt simple comme un coup de fil | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
"Ils changent le monde" 2/6 - Le mathématicien Max Little veut créer une application pour aider au dépistage et au suivi d'une maladie qui touche 6,3 millions de personnes.
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In Lowering the Costs of Healthcare Administration, EMR Is Not Silver Bullet But it is Helpful

In Lowering the Costs of Healthcare Administration, EMR Is Not Silver Bullet But it is Helpful | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it

Electronic Medical Records (EMR) have the potential to increase efficiency and quality of health care, but there are heavy costs and risks to overhauling the way an entire industry keeps and uses health records.

 

The healthcare industry is eating up new medical technologies, sometimes by choice, and sometimes by law. The U.S. government mandates that by 2013, the medical records coding system be updated to reflect advances in EMR. The new system of coding the ICD-10 will support new diagnoses and a more nuanced method of record patient conditions and statuses.

 

One benefit of this new system is that when two patients have the same condition but with more or less severe symptoms, this will be distinguished by code. If the EMR system can tell these two patients apart, then so can insurance companies, who will be able to make their pay scales more precise. Thus, the entire payment system, including Medicare and Medicaid, will become much more efficient in the end.


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Logement personnes agées : Orange confie les clés de la maison du futur à la nouvelle génération du design

Logement personnes agées : Orange confie les clés de la maison du futur à la nouvelle génération du design | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Logement personnes agées : « Comment mieux vivre chez soi, demain, grâce au numérique ?
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L’ANAP publie le deuxième tome de son analyse de 25 projets de télémédecine | esante.gouv.fr, le portail de l'ASIP Santé

L’ANAP publie le deuxième tome de son analyse de 25 projets de télémédecine | esante.gouv.fr, le portail de l'ASIP Santé | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
RT@GxP_Services_FR: L’ANAP publie le deuxième tome de son analyse de 25 projets de télémédecine http://t.co/nNhJZEib #esante #ASIPsante...
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MÉDICAMENT: Contrefaçon, l'explosion européenne – Commission ...

MÉDICAMENT: Contrefaçon, l'explosion européenne – Commission ... | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it

Première catégorie concernée, le Médicament qui représente près de 24% de ces prises douanières, soit sur les 114 millions de produits interceptés, en 2011, 24 millions de lots pour un montant total de 27 millions d'euros.


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Santé : croire son médecin ou Internet ? | Clés

Santé : croire son médecin ou Internet ? | Clés | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
Top story: Santé : croire son médecin ou Internet ?
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Dématérialisation des certificats de santé - Ministère en charge de la santé

Dématérialisation des certificats de santé - Ministère en charge de la santé | le monde de la e-santé | Scoop.it
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