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Manejo de conflictos de forma constructiva (infografía)

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Manejo de conflictos de forma constructiva (infografía)

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Garmin to Optimize Clinical Trials through Mobile Health

Garmin to Optimize Clinical Trials through Mobile Health | Mobility | Scoop.it

“Garmin to integrate Garmin’s vívofit activity tracker with the Medidata Clinical Cloud to optimize clinical trials through mobile health”


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Utilizing Medidata’s clinical cloud-based platform, data is pulled from the vívofit activity tracker in 15-minute increments and then analyzed to evaluate its connection with traditional clinical measures and determine whether it can provide better insight into patient health status or response to therapy.  In doing so, the infrastructure provides life sciences companies with the ability to conduct sophisticated analysis on trial performance.  

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El 86% de los internautas accede a internet a través del smartphone

El 86% de los internautas accede a internet a través del smartphone | Mobility | Scoop.it
Los internautas prefieren el smartphone como dispositivo para acceder a internet, de manera que se alcanza el 86% frente al resto de dispositivos que le siguen, como son el ordenador de sobremesa, el portátil o las tablets.

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Mercadona se prepara para el pago NFC renovando sus TPV

Mercadona se prepara para el pago NFC renovando sus TPV | Mobility | Scoop.it
Poco a poco, el pago NFC se va expandiendo y cada vez son más las tarjetas de crédito que lo incorporan. No solo eso: es una tecnología que...

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Kevin Pho, MD, is not ready to prescribe mobile health apps. Why not?

Kevin Pho, MD, is not ready to prescribe mobile health apps. Why not? | Mobility | Scoop.it
Despite the popularity and promise of health apps, I’m not yet ready to “prescribe” them to my patients.

 

Patients in my clinic increasingly use health apps on their mobile devices.  Many of these apps track various health metrics, such as weight or calories eaten, while others go a step further and help patients make sense of their symptoms or even suggest diagnoses.  It’s estimated that 500 million people worldwide will use a health app by 2015, with the health app industry becoming a $26 billion business by 2017.  Despite the popularity and promise of these apps, I’m not yet ready to “prescribe” them to my patients.

 

The sheer number of health apps is staggering, with over 40,000 apps categorized as “Health & Fitness” or “Medical” in Apple’s App Store alone.  But how many are actually useful? The IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics found that fewer than 25% offered patients legitimate medical information. Not many physicians offer guidance for health apps, leaving patients alone to confront an ocean of apps of uncertain relevance or usefulness.

 

Some apps can even be dangerous.  Consider those that claim to diagnose melanoma, a lethal form of skin cancer, by taking pictures of suspicious moles and analyzing them.  A study from JAMA Dermatology looked at four such apps, and found that three of them misread actual melanomas as “unconcerning” 30% of the time.  Patients falsely reassured by these apps may delay appropriate care with tragic consequences.

 

And it’s not just skin cancer apps.  One study broadened the search to include allcancer-related apps and found that more than half of them did not contain scientifically validated data.  Another concluded that only 13 of 49 apps designed to help educate and treat patients with peripheral vascular disease had any involvement from a medical professional.

Recognizing the threat of rampant, unregulated medical apps, the FDA moved to oversee select categories of health apps last year, but it’s still a strikingly small effort: To date, only about 100 apps, out of tens of thousands, have received FDA approval.

 

Perhaps most concerning, health apps have profound privacy and security concerns.  Consider free apps, which generally rely on advertising for revenue.  They are not bound by strict patient privacy laws that govern traditional medical care and may share patients’ sensitive information with advertisers.  According to Joseph Hall, chief technologist at the Center for Democracy & Technology, “Such collection, use, and disclosure of information may be beyond what patients reasonably expect given anticipated uses of the technology.”

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, a consumer advocacy non-profit organization, looked at both free and paid health apps, and found that 72% of them had security and privacy risks, including connecting the third party sites without a user’s knowledge or sending health data without encryption, making it vulnerable to hackers.

 

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius has said that mobile health is “the biggest technology breakthrough of our time” and imagines a future where control over patients’ health will always be within hand’s reach.  Reaching that goal requires testing apps in clinical trials to prove their effectiveness, similar to how we study drugs and medical procedures before administering them to patients.  Furthermore, apps that store patient health information need to adhere to the privacy and security regulations set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, which governs patient information in the hospital or clinic.

 

Only once these standards are met will more physicians recommend them to patients.  That is when the true potential of mobile health apps will be realized.


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HIMSS Analytics: More organizations offer apps for patient use - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)

HIMSS Analytics: More organizations offer apps for patient use - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) | Mobility | Scoop.it
HIMSS Analytics: More organizations offer apps for patient use FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) In keeping with the growth of mHealth initiatives, 59 percent of respondents reported that their organizations have mobile technology plans in...

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U.S. mobile health audience jumps to 95 million adults – new research highlights mobile opportunities for pharma marketers - Manhattan Research

Manhattan Research’s Cybercitizen Health® U.S.

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Allison Hermann, PhD's curator insight, December 9, 2013 10:10 PM

Manhattan Research reported that of the 10 patient groups likely to adopt mHealth apps, there were 4 groups that included patients with ADHD, migraine patients, generalized anxiety patients and Bipolar patients.

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A physician's guide to prescribing mobile health apps

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More than one-third of physicians have recommended the use of mobile health apps to their patients in the past year, according to a recent Manhattan Research survey. Experts say that the bulk of

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Mobile Healthcare Gamification, a Trend That Could Save Millions

Mobile Healthcare Gamification, a Trend That Could Save Millions | Mobility | Scoop.it
Mobile health (mHealth) does help to solve some problems, but there are still obstacles that gamification can help to overcome (Mobile Health Gamification Could Save Millions and increase #patientadherence http://t.co/85LA2Gc5Wz...

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Apple buscará reconquistar a los jóvenes con su iWatch - Tecnología

Apple buscará reconquistar a los jóvenes con su iWatch - Tecnología | Mobility | Scoop.it

“Su diseño poco atractivo o feo, su dependencia hacia a otro dispositivo o su batería limitado operan en su contra, pero el principal motivo por el que los llamados relojes inteligentes no atraen a los consumidores es porque las nuevas generación...”


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70 Percent of Internet of Things Devices Are Vulnerable to Hacking, Study Says

70 Percent of Internet of Things Devices Are Vulnerable to Hacking, Study Says | Mobility | Scoop.it

A new study reveals that many of those 'Internet of Things' devices are at risk of being infiltrated by hackers.


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Workforce Trends in Field Mobility Solutions

From sales folks on the road to a driver responsible for delivering to the local market all - are part of this field mobility solutions trend. ([New Article!


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Les 24 styles de management dans le monde

Les 24 styles de management dans le monde | Mobility | Scoop.it

Les styles de leadership et de management varient selon les pays. On ne dirige pas une entreprise de la même manière en Allemagne, au Japon, aux Etats-Unis, en Suède ou en France. Tout est une question de culture.

 

 


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Lucia Leao's curator insight, March 20, 2015 10:08 AM

Estilos de lideranças e culturas.

Javier Antonio Bellina's curator insight, March 24, 2015 8:27 AM

El estilo de administración peruano tendría como frame fundamental el Latino/Árabe, con pespuntes del Indio y el Español.

BOUTELOUP Jean-Paul's curator insight, April 8, 2015 5:25 AM

A une époque ou la mondialisation impose des changements permanents, il semble que les modèles de management culturels aient la vie dure...Mais existe t'il vraiment un mode de management universel ?

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mHealth: desarrollo, crecimiento y futuro - Think Big

mHealth: desarrollo, crecimiento y futuro - Think Big | Mobility | Scoop.it
“La innovación y el uso inteligente de las TIC ofrecen la posibilidad al ámbito sanitario de evolucionar hacia un modelo de medicina más personalizado.”
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7 Misconceptions About NFC Testing - EE Times

7 Misconceptions About NFC Testing - EE Times | Mobility | Scoop.it
Near-Field Communication is different from other wireless technologies, yet it's complex and requires production testing.

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Geolocation Is Changing The Retail Business Model Yet Again

Geolocation Is Changing The Retail Business Model Yet Again | Mobility | Scoop.it
And maybe that’s why Amazon is moving into bricks-and-mortar. By Serguei Netessine and Karan Girotra, INSEAD Professors of Technology and Operations Management, and Christophe Pennetier, INSEAD PhD Student In category after category, Amazon has steadily eroded the market share of traditional bricks-and-mortar retail chains, which seem to be in a state of [...]

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What Retailers Might Add the Most Value with Location Tracking? - eMarketer Retail Blog

What Retailers Might Add the Most Value with Location Tracking? - eMarketer Retail Blog | Mobility | Scoop.it
In-store location tracking doesn’t appeal to too many consumers—at least, not yet. According to April 2014 research from PunchTab, only a quarter of male smartphone owners and 29% of their female counterparts were likely or very likely to allow in-store tracking, even with incentives to do so. The rest were indifferent at best. But response rates like that aren’t necessarily …

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Smart cities are here today -- and getting smarter | ComputerWorld.com

Smart cities are here today -- and getting smarter | ComputerWorld.com | Mobility | Scoop.it

Smart cities aren't a science fiction, far-off-in-the-future concept. They're here today, with municipal governments already using technologies that include wireless networks, big data/analytics, mobile applications, Web portals, social media, sensors/tracking products and other tools.

 

These smart city efforts have lofty goals: Enhancing the quality of life for citizens, improving government processes and reducing energy consumption, among others. Indeed, cities are already seeing some tangible benefits.

 

But creating a smart city comes with daunting challenges, including the need to provide effective data security and privacy, and to ensure that myriad departments work in harmony.

 

What makes a city smart? As with any buzz term, the definition varies. But in general, it refers to using information and communications technologies to deliver sustainable economic development and a higher quality of life, while engaging citizens and effectively managing natural resources.

 

Making cities smarter will become increasingly important. For the first time ever, the majority of the world's population resides in a city, and this proportion continues to grow, according to the World Health Organization, the coordinating authority for health within the United Nations.

 

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How Google Fit and Apple Healthkit integrate patient data from health apps

How Google Fit and Apple Healthkit integrate patient data from health apps | Mobility | Scoop.it

Google launched a preview software developers kit (SDK) for the Google Fit fitness app platform at Google I/O earlier this year. Similarly, Apple launched their new Healthkit API at Apple’s WWDC 14 — and clearly healthcare will be a big focus for Apple with their Apple Watch. Developers are now able to create and test health and fitness apps for Android and iOS 8.


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Technological Innovations in Mental Healthcare 2013

Technological Innovations in Mental Healthcare 2013 | Mobility | Scoop.it

MindTech Healthcare Technology Co-operative is a national centre focused on the development of new technology for mental healthcare. MindTech brings together patients, healthcare professionals, researchers and industry to identify unmet clinical needs and develop and test a range of new technologies.


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Here are videos of presentations from the "Technological Innovations in Mental Healthcare 2013" program launch which was held at the Institute of Mental Health at University of Nottingham in November.

 

It's interesting to compare the research from this meeting to the behavioral mHealth apps session at the 2013 mHealth Summit in December:

 

http://www.mobilehealthsense.org/index.php/93-mobile-healthcare-mhealth-apps/89112-how-innovation-in-mobile-health-is-reshaping-mental-health

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Una manera de reducir costes en tratamientos de salud mental y hacerlos más accesibles a gente con menos recursos.

Trevor Lakey's curator insight, January 13, 2014 6:02 PM

There's a significant amount of technology innovation happening in the field of mental health

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25 nuevas profesiones que marcarán el futuro del empleo

25 nuevas profesiones que marcarán el futuro del empleo | Mobility | Scoop.it

“ Las empresas del sector tecnológico afirman no encontrar talento suficiente en los países occidentales. Según datos de la Comisión Europea, en 2015 habrá un déficit de 700.000 profesionales especializ”


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5 Herramientas web para hacer Infografías

5 Herramientas web para hacer Infografías | Mobility | Scoop.it

“ Te presentamos las 5 mejores opciones de Internet para crear buenas Infografías de manera rápida, fácil y gratis.”


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La ciudad inteligente, "..va de cosas sencillas y no complejas..". 10 claves para #ecosistemas #smartcities

La ciudad inteligente, "..va de cosas sencillas y no complejas..". 10 claves para #ecosistemas #smartcities | Mobility | Scoop.it

“La ciudad inteligente,"..va de cosas sencillas y no complejas..". 10 claves para #ecosistemas #smartcities La ciudad inteligente, no es un proceso de mejora tecnológica, es un proceso de mejora ciu...”


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Catherine Devin's curator insight, August 4, 2014 3:13 AM

10 clefs pour une ville intelligente et plus durable qui reposent sur :

- une écoute des attentes du citadin, une anticipation et une traduction concrète de ses besoins dans son mode de vie futur et

- une mise en œuvre des solutions par des équipes d'entrepreneurs publics et privés  associés dans leur effort,  imaginatifs, force de proposition et  pragmatiques.

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When is the Best Time to Post on Twitter and Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC]

When is the Best Time to Post on Twitter and Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Mobility | Scoop.it
When is the best time to post on social media?
It’s the age-old question that requires quite a bit of experimentation on your part – after all, in this space there is rarely a one-size fits-all solution.

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