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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).

A collection of articles, blogs, infographics, podcast and videos on social media, eLearning, communication and public participation engagement. For more resources on these topics visit my Pinterest boards on http://pinterest.com/etorresrussell/
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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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Improved smartphone microscope brings single-virus detection to remote locations

Improved smartphone microscope brings single-virus detection to remote locations | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
RT @shelleypetersen: Improved smartphone microscope brings single-virus detection to remote locations http://t.co/7BKQfy6i5E #healthinnovat…

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The Next Three Years Apps In Healthcare Will Skyrocket [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Next Three Years Apps In Healthcare Will Skyrocket [INFOGRAPHIC] | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
The Spark Report - is a web publication by Demi and Cooper Advertising and DC Interactive Group – recently published this infographic on „MOBILE AND SMARTPHONES IN HEALTHCARE – A GROWING TREND“. Lo...
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eMedToday's curator insight, June 4, 2013 7:04 PM

Good summary of mobile app trends and facts

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Better Aims to Provide 24/7 Link to Telehealth and Medical Services

Better Aims to Provide 24/7 Link to Telehealth and Medical Services | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
New startup Better has developed an app to provide real-time health monitoring and access to higher-end personal medical services – which come at a price.
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Infographic: Today's Digital Patient

Infographic: Today's Digital Patient | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
The digital patient is here. From pre-screening potential doctors to viewing their treatment information and tracking their fitness/health data, the digital patient is increasingly embracing mobile health to improve their well-being. Check out the latest infographic from CDW Healthcare to learn about the right of the digital patient.
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Denise Silber's curator insight, December 11, 2014 1:40 AM

This infographic is in fact an ad for the company that published it but it has interesting stats.

 
Sigalon's curator insight, December 13, 2014 9:52 AM

See also:

http://www.pinterest.com/etorresrussell/

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World’s smallest blood monitoring implant tells your smartphone when you’re about to have a heart attack

World’s smallest blood monitoring implant tells your smartphone when you’re about to have a heart attack | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it

A team of scientists at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland have developed the world’s smallest medical implant to monitor critical chemicals in the blood. The 14mm device measures up to five indicators, including proteins like troponin, that show if and when a heart attack has occurred. Using Bluetooth, the device can then transmit the data to a smartphone for tracking.


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MILLA A's curator insight, August 3, 2013 1:25 AM

Its great.

François-Xavier Schaeffer's comment, August 3, 2013 5:09 AM
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Andy Stafford's comment, September 3, 2013 8:46 AM
blimey; i suspected this but thought it was a little further off..
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Radiology: Smart Hospitals Embracing Smartphones at the Point of Care

Radiology: Smart Hospitals Embracing Smartphones at the Point of Care | mHealth: Patient Centered Care-Clinical Tools-Targeting Chronic Diseases | Scoop.it
Smart Hospitals Embracing Smartphones at the Point of Care - Tablets are everywhere, including medicine, and they hold particular promise for radiology. Continue reading →
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Mark McEntee, PhD, of the University of Sydney, Australia, and colleagues completed a study analyzing the results of eight U.S. board-certified radiologists attempting to identify intracranial bleeding, fractures and lung nodules on iPads, LCD monitors and high-resolution clinical monitors.

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