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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 Big Technology Trends in Healthcare

10 Big Technology Trends in Healthcare | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
We are living in exciting times. Technology is transforming every aspect of the way we live. Perhaps no area is more important or more profound than the innovations we are seeing in healthcare. As the industry looks to leverage technology to increase access to information, drive better patient outcomes and unlock mysteries hidden in plain sight, it is facing the enormous challenges of privacy and security that are perhaps more worrisome in healthcare than in any other industry.With that in mind, we assembled some of the brightest minds in healthcare to share their views on the technology tren
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Summary:

1) Smartphones, apps, and wearables are empowering patients, doctors, and caregivers.

2) Big Data will uncover patterns, problems, and opportunities in healthcare.

3) Cloud computing will unlock the valuable insights that live in healthcare data.

4) Security risks must be taken seriously.

5) Computing power and energy efficiency will be star players behind the scenes of healthcare.

6) 3D Printing will spur a new wave of growth and innovation in healthcare.

7) Telemedicine will expand healthcare into our homes and beyond.

8) Global health will improve with the expansion of technology to developing countries.

9) Technology will help us understand the brain.

10) Innovation will unlock business opportunities.

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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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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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The Hospital Room of the Future [VIDEO]

The Hospital Room of the Future [VIDEO] | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it

Men always have been trying to predict the future, some by a glass marble, some by numbers/data and others by using their imagination. Through that we try to work our way around to actually create or guide the future. Just have a look at Star Trek, i would argue that a lot of the nifty gadgets and innovations today wouldn't have if it hadn't been for Star Trek to jiggle our imagination. Even the Medical Tricorder hits the market soon withScanadu's Scout and there is more to come.

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 NextHealth has created a hospital room of the year 2020 that has been featured inWired Magazine.

 
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The State of Healthcare Innovation 2014 [Infographic]

The State of Healthcare Innovation 2014 [Infographic] | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it

HIMSS and AVIA recently collaborated to produce the 2013 Healthcare Provider Innovation Survey with select U.S. hospitals, academic medical centers, children’s and ambulatory care centers to understand the current state of innovation within provider organizations. Cost reduction and dedicated funding were among the top innovation initiatives for healthcare providers, according to the survey findings. Shown below is a visual summary of the survey results. via@NewVisionOne

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What are healthcare's innovation:

- priorities

- barriers

- expectations, and

- possibilities?

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mHealth: Catalogue -APPS

mHealth: Catalogue -APPS | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it

This catalogue brings together a variety of mHealth apps, solutions and projects worldwide. Previous registration to the Mobile Health community is required to make a submission. More information Terms of Use.

 

The Mobile Health Competence Centre is part of the International Competence Centres Program at the Barcelona Mobile World Capital Foundation.

 

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El Mobile Health Competence Centre es parte del Programa de Centros de Competencia Internacionales de la Fundación Barcelona Mobile World Capital.

 

Este catálogo aglutina una gran variedad de aplicaciones, soluciones y proyectos de mHealth de todo el mundo. Es necesario registrarse en la Comunidad Mobile Health Global para presentar estas propuestas. Para más información vea las Condiciones de uso.

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Attitudes to technology must change to drive healthcare innovation

Attitudes to technology must change to drive healthcare innovation | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
Health services are now expected to deliver quality care with a shrinking budget. The digital 'channel shift' could be the answer, but attitudes to technology in the sector must change.
 

 


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An exclusive interview with the Information Daily, Sudhesh Kumar, Pro Dean Research of Warwick Medical School, reflects on the progress and problems of health services in adapting to new technologies and new methods of communication.

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Google Glass in Healthcare: Inside The Operating Room

Google Glass in Healthcare: Inside The Operating Room | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
Rafael Grossmann, MD, FACS at Google Glass's first surgical appearance One small step for surgery... Yesterday, history was made by Rafael Grossmann, MD, FACS.  He's a surgeon--and a Google Explorer.
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