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Retirement readiness mobile app for Korean citizens

Retirement readiness mobile app for Korean citizens | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it

“FutureGov – Transforming Government | Education | Healthcare (Retirement readiness mobile app for Korean citizens: South Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare launched a s...”

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Can Telemedicine Transform the Mental Health Care Delivery Model?

Can Telemedicine Transform the Mental Health Care Delivery Model? | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
To better address the needs of those with mental illness, providers may want to consider a technology-based approach such as telemedicine.
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Sculley on digital health care: ‘the most interesting thing I’ve seen since Apple’

Sculley on digital health care: ‘the most interesting thing I’ve seen since Apple’ | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Former Apple CEO John Sculley says the next multibillion-dollar opportunity to change the world is in digital health care.
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5 takeaways from Stanford Medicine’s report on the present and future of digital health

5 takeaways from Stanford Medicine’s report on the present and future of digital health | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
The report draws some interesting conclusions on the impact virtual visits, wearables, and predictive analytics will have on how healthcare is delivered in the future.
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Russian digital house call, telemedicine company Doc+ gets $5M

Russian digital house call, telemedicine company Doc+ gets $5M | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Doc+, a Russian digital health company that combines telemedicine with digital-enabled house calls, has raised $5 million from two existing investors: Yandex, an internet services company, and Baring Vostok venture fund. This is the second round of funding and brings Doc+'s total funding to $10.5 million.
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Many patients prefer telehealth to the doctor’s office for getting bad news

Many patients prefer telehealth to the doctor’s office for getting bad news | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
A new report concludes that patients generally would use telehealth as a regular alternative to office visits—and to receive bad news.

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Digital health technologies are changing the way practitioners and patients collaborate to manage the process of maximizing wellness and optimizing the delivery of healthcare when it is required.

 

This post shares an interesting and unexpected side benefit realized by users of telehealth tech.

 

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"Our findings suggest that some patients may prefer receiving serious news remotely via video visit for reasons of comfort, social support and privacy." 

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Smartphone case that allows parents to stop children becoming addicted to devices

Smartphone case that allows parents to stop children becoming addicted to devices | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
A Japanese company has created a smartphone case to help parents prevent their children from becoming addicted to their mobile devices.
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Using Tech to Empower Healthcare in Remote Communities With Limited Access

Using Tech to Empower Healthcare in Remote Communities With Limited Access | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Access to healthcare is a hot topic in mainstream politics, but few in the West know what it's like to actually live in truly remote places where even access to running water is an issue.
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Mobile phone use when pregnant is linked to hyperactivity

Mobile phone use when pregnant is linked to hyperactivity | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
This may be due to the phone's electromagnetic radiation or mothers who spend more time on their mobiles being less responsive to their children, according to a scientist at the University of California.
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How Cleveland Clinic uses telehealth to introduce new dimensions of care

How Cleveland Clinic uses telehealth to introduce new dimensions of care | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
In 2014, Cleveland Clinic initiated its consumer telehealth strategy, and since then has introduced new dimensions of care to engage its patients.
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Doctor on Call: Centre mulls 24-hour national health helpline

Doctor on Call: Centre mulls 24-hour national health helpline | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Minister of State for Health Anupriya Patel said that the facility- called 'Doctor on Call' -will reduce the need to pay personal visit to healthcare centres and thus decrease the load on government hospitals.
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How You Can Save Over $1,000 by Not Getting Sick | GOBankingRates

How You Can Save Over $1,000 by Not Getting Sick | GOBankingRates | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
You might think a $1,000 bill for the common cold is outlandish, but when you look at the numbers, it's actually surprising that the cost of getting sick isn't higher. According to the Center
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This startup is one stop platform to compare & find best hospitals & doctors-Letsmd.com - KnowStartup

This startup is one stop platform to compare & find best hospitals & doctors-Letsmd.com - KnowStartup | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Seeking to help patients get cheaper hospital treatment and loans to cover the cost, a group of entrepreneurs has launched an online aggregator. LetsMD is an integrated classified allowing users to compare surgery prices of hospitals. It addresses the discovery, transparency, and affordability problem in healthcare through a marketplace-based approach. LetsMD was founded in DecemberRead More
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10 Ways Technology Is Changing Healthcare - The Medical Futurist

10 Ways Technology Is Changing Healthcare - The Medical Futurist | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
The future of healthcare is shaping up in front of our eyes mainly through digital technologies, such as AI, VR/AR, 3D-printing, robotics or nanotechnology.
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3 Amazing Ways Google Search Data is Improving Healthcare

3 Amazing Ways Google Search Data is Improving Healthcare | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it

Internet search is generating massive amounts of consumer data — how is the medical industry going to use it?

You can’t really understate the significance of Google’s impact on healthcare. For one thing, the search engine giant has effectively become the largest medical startup incubator in history. In the last few years alone, Alphabet (Google’s parent company) and Google Ventures (its investment arm) have respectively acquired or backed an expansive list of healthcare companies and ventures.

This list includes Verily, which is developing AI-driven tech that analyzes vast troves of consumer data to better understand how and why we get sick, as well as DeepMind Health, which is using AI in apps to help medical professionals deliver safer, higher-quality care to patients.

But on a more fundamental level, the rise of internet search, which of course is dominated by Google, has resulted in a massive trove of consumer data that is incredibly valuable from a healthcare perspective. Here are three of the most interesting ways that researchers, providers, and others in the field are using Google’s search data to improve the overall quality of medical care across the globe.

 


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Digital health startups: Don’t overlook the senior market

Digital health startups: Don’t overlook the senior market | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
So many digital health entrepreneurs have zeroed in on chronic conditions and wellness, but they should be giving more thought to developing products with seniors in mind.
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10 Ways The Internet of Medical Things Is Revolutionizing Senior Care

10 Ways The Internet of Medical Things Is Revolutionizing Senior Care | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
In 2000 about 10% of the world’s population were aged 60 or over. By 2015 that had risen to 12%. United Nations projections indicate that will have increased to 16% by 2030, and jumped to 22% by 2050.
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Is marriage good for your health? It depends who you’re married to

Is marriage good for your health? It depends who you’re married to | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
New research has found being married has protective health effects – unless it doesn’t
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Apple is quietly working on turning your iPhone into the one-stop shop for all your medical info

Apple is quietly working on turning your iPhone into the one-stop shop for all your medical info | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Apple wants the iPhone to be the central bank for storing medical information.
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Behold, The Machine: The largest single-memory computer ever built

Behold, The Machine: The largest single-memory computer ever built | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
While quantum is seen as the future of computing, HP Enterprise has unveiled the largest single-memory computer ever built.
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Some cling to landlines, but cell-only homes now dominate

Some cling to landlines, but cell-only homes now dominate | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Study co-author Stephen J. Blumberg - a landline user - said: 'There certainly is something about giving up a landline that appeals to the same people who may engage in risky behavior.'
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Using telehealth to fight infectious disease

Using telehealth to fight infectious disease | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it

Ronald Cobbley woke up with a stiff neck. It got worse and worse, so he went to the emergency department at Intermountain Riverton Hospital in Riverton, Utah. He was diagnosed with a staph infection in his collarbone and admitted. Surgery followed. Nothing unusual about his story.

Until, that is, he was sitting in his hospital bed watching TV. The screen blinked, and his program was replaced by the smiling face of Todd J. Vento, M.D., the medical director of Intermountain Healthcare's Infectious Diseases Telehealth program.

“It was odd at first," says Cobbley, 74, of South Jordan, Utah. “I had never met him before."

Odder still, says Cobbley, was when “he was able to use this softball-shaped gizmo that hangs off the television to focus in on my wife and I, and look at where the operation had been performed."

 


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Mobile health scheme M-TIBA reaches half a million Kenyans in six months - Capital Business

Mobile health scheme M-TIBA reaches half a million Kenyans in six months - Capital Business | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 13 - M-TIBA has registered 500,000 users on the mobile health platform six months after launch, with an average of 4,000 people signing Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today |
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Most of Us Don't Need a Fitness Tracker

Most of Us Don't Need a Fitness Tracker | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Your phone can do an awful lot of the same stuff.
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For a trip to the ER, some are opting for Uber over an ambulance

For a trip to the ER, some are opting for Uber over an ambulance | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Ride-hailing services may be cheaper and allow riders to choose the hospital they’re taken to, but emergency Uber and Lyft rides come with risks.

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The widespread use of ride hailing services to get to the hospital is growing. What follows are comments made by the leadership in a major US city and their encouraging constituents to use ride hailing vs. ambulance.

 

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Some emergency departments are even beginning to embrace the idea. Last summer, Washington, D.C., city officials began studying the use of ride-hailing to respond to what they describe as “non-emergency, low-acuity” calls, which accounted for nearly half the city’s 911 calls in 2015, according to a report released in February.

 

“In our research, we found that many of these calls did not require an ambulance,” said District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department spokesperson Doug Buchanan. In fact, he added, it would be better if more people used ride-hailing services instead of an ambulance.

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Scientists Are Developing a Contact Lens That Tells You When You're Sick

Scientists Are Developing a Contact Lens That Tells You When You're Sick | mHealth- Advances, Knowledge and Patient Engagement | Scoop.it
Imagine a biosensing contact lens that can tell when your blood sugar is getting too low, or if there’s something wrong with one of your organs. By leveraging the power of ultra-thin transistor technology, researchers from Oregon State University have taken us a step closer to achieving that goal.

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It’ll be a few years before we see such futuristic contact lenses on pharmacy shelves, but the technologies required to build this noninvasive diagnostic device largely exists today.