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mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases
How mHealth, mobile APPS, Social Media, eHealth, eLearning and mLearning can support clinicians and health services to inform, educate and empower patients in managing and owning their health by focusing on the patient experience (end to end service delivery).

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10 Benefits of Health IT [Infographic]

10 Benefits of Health IT [Infographic] | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
Infographic provides visually outlines the top ten benefits of health it
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4 ways wearables will transform the healthcare experience

4 ways wearables will transform the healthcare experience | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
Wearable technologies are set to transform health and wellness experiences and massively increase our expectations of health and wellness services.This customer shift will transform the health and
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This blog @wjanthony explores some thoughts on the transformation of healthcare experiences for the better:

 

We'll share our lives in return for transformative wellness experiences.

1. The value we receive from sharing our wellness data will erode our privacy fears.2. Augmented reality will eventually become the new normal for healthcare professionals3. Personal healthcare innovations will be swiftly subsumed into the major ecosystems. (Apple and Google)4. Healthcare providers need to embed digital capabilities, fast

What we're wearing.

 

 

 

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Surviving and Thriving With Cancer Using a Web-Based Health Behavior Change Intervention: Randomized Controlled Trial

Surviving and Thriving With Cancer Using a Web-Based Health Behavior Change Intervention: Randomized Controlled Trial | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it

The purpose of this study was to test the effectiveness of a six-week Web-based multiple health behavior change program for adult survivors.


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Deborah Fenlon's curator insight, February 26, 2014 7:45 PM

We based intervention can improve sleep and exercise in cancer survivors, but may not affect dietary behaviour.

 

Teresa Levitch's curator insight, February 27, 2014 6:17 PM

Results: In total, 303 survivors completed the follow-up survey (six months after completion of the baseline survey) and participants in the Web-based intervention condition had significantly greater reductions in insomnia and greater increases in minutes per week of vigorous exercise and stretching compared to controls. There were no significant changes in fruit and vegetable consumption or other outcomes.

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Home Monitoring to Improve Health Outcomes: Holy Grail or Rabbit Hole?

Home Monitoring to Improve Health Outcomes:  Holy Grail or Rabbit Hole? | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
Technology in medicine advances at a rapid pace.  In the US today most patients have access to mobile phones, smartphones and tablets.  Medical device makers continue to innovate and create ways in...
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eMedToday's curator insight, August 8, 2013 8:14 PM

Home montiroing is still in its early phase. However, as time moves on it will move hosptial care into the home

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Could The Future Of Health Care Mean No Waits In Hospitals?

Could The Future Of Health Care Mean No Waits In Hospitals? | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it

As medical treatment is impacted by technology, consumerization, and the mobile revolution, we may see a world where your doctor already knows why you’re sick and can treat you over the phone--leaving the hospitals for the true emergencies.

 

Editor’s Note: This post is part of Co.Exist’s Futurist Forum, a series of articles by some of the world’s leading futurists about what the world will look like in the near and distant future, and how you can improve how you navigate future scenarios...

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Dr. Nick van Terheyden, is CMIO at Nuance offers his thoughts on the hospital of the future and the top three transformations that will drive the next generation of patient-centric care.

1- Technology that works for physicians vs against them.

2. The consumerisation of health care

3. Fewer patients waiting in the hospital

 

Includes reference to sense.ly [An avatar-based telehealth platform that enables continuity of care for chronic diseases, leading to improved patient outcomes and reduced costs.]

 
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eMedToday's curator insight, August 2, 2013 9:06 PM

Key point

 

Part of this movement to shift responsibility to the patient means hospitals, which have for years measured financial success based on the number of filled beds, will have to adjust to a new health care system that values empty beds and healthier patients.

eMedToday's curator insight, August 2, 2013 9:09 PM

There is massive away from the hospital to the home and treatment outside the hospital like retail health clinics

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Leveraging Technology for Global Health

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It is very clear that new and innovative strategies are needed to train the large number of health professionals needed for Africa, Asia, and Latin America. (RT @DukeGHI: Leveraging #Technology for #GlobalHealth at @GETHealthSummit Feb 6-7.

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mHealth: The Doctor's Tech Toolbox

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In 2009, the US under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, allocated  $19 billion to accelerate adoption of health IT systems by doctors and hospitals in order to modernise the health care system, save billions of dollars, reduce medical errors and improve quality. US hospital spending on iIT will hit $4.7b in 2011 and grow to $6.8b by 2014

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[INFOGRAPHIC] providing a snapshot on:

- mobile device preferences by clinicians

- how clinicians are using mobile devices at the point of care

- the top 3 uses that physicians have for mobile based technology in their practice

- mobile apps

- doctors using social media/hospital social media accounts

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Patient Digital Health Platforms (PDHPs): An Epicenter of Healthcare Transformation?

Patient Digital Health Platforms (PDHPs): An Epicenter of Healthcare Transformation? | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it

Apple's recent announcement about its HealthKit platform is a beacon of a much bigger trend. We are at the early stages in the rise of a new business and IT ecosystem: Pati...

 

These new platforms should be high on the radar screens of healthcare providers. While v1.0 of PDHPs is starting fairly narrow, companies will be high incentivized to move up the food chain into mainstream health data exchange, workflow integration, and virtual care delivery. PDHPs portend both opportunities and threats.

 

I’ll pose and provide some early answers to how the PDHP ecosystem might shape up. Here’s a preview:

What’s “The Healthcare Platform Void”?Who Are Initial Players in the PDHP Ecosystem?A Central Question: Will PDHPs Go Narrow or Broad?What Market Pressures Incentivize PDHPs to Go Broad?What Are Early Warning Signs that Some PDHPs Will Go Broad?How Long Will It Take For All This to Play Out?
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Can Google Glass Save Lives? Perhaps, with this service for first responders

Can Google Glass Save Lives? Perhaps, with this service for first responders | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
Google Glass seems useful for capturing first-person images and videos. With the right service and connectivity, you might see future emergency service workers wearing Glass in order to help save lives.
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"By pairing the network connection with Google Glass, Mutualink’s press release says the wearable display can be used for these and more situations:

- Firemen reviewing the schematic of a building before entering and while navigating a burning structure
- EMTs triaging patients at the scene of an accident with current medical records of victims
- Police being able to watch video feed from school security cameras in real-time during an active shooter scenario."
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What Developers Of Social Work Apps Can Learn From The Health Sector

What Developers Of Social Work Apps Can Learn From The Health Sector | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
A recent post by Steven Chan, iMedicalApps, on “Important tips for doctors with medical app ideas” addresses an range of problems that healthcare professionals run into while developing their own a...
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mHealth, standards, and healthcare IT

mHealth, standards, and healthcare IT | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
John Gilroy hosts a roundtable discussion of mobile health applications and and how they can be certified to meet specific standards.
April 30, 2013
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