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This topic aims at sharing pieces of information about innovation in health that may impact the business of the pharmaceutical industry, such as connected health devices, smart pills, mobile health apps, tailored medicine, DNA sequencing, evolution of the health care system, and more generally health-related innovation.
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« L’ubérisation de la pharmacie est en marche ! »

« L’ubérisation de la pharmacie est en marche ! » | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
“ Le Monde.fr version mobile - Les officines ne pourront survivre que si elles passent d’une fonction de distribution à celle de prestataire d’un service de santé à forte valeur ajoutée, estime Xavier Pavie, professeur d’innovation dans les services à l’ESSEC”
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Public Health in the Precision-Medicine Era — NEJM

Public Health in the Precision-Medicine Era — NEJM | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Public Health in the Precision-Medicine Era
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Christopher Rudolf's curator insight, August 14, 2015 7:27 PM

Very interesting article. We are facing paradigm shifts that require rethinking. Old ways of thinking will still be relevant but need new thinkers to lead the way.

That is when we get a paradigm shift. 

Healthcare will go through the same shift as the movie business is going through right now: some of the Hollywood die-hards are just trying to milk a sinking platform. 

In healthcare we see that the old platform is half sunk economically speaking already. 

Great article.

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How ingestible sensors and smart pills will revolutionize healthcare - MaRS

How ingestible sensors and smart pills will revolutionize healthcare - MaRS | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Move over wearables, ingestible sensors and smart pills from companies like Proteus Digital Health are changing digital healthcare and patient monitoring.
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Richard Platt's curator insight, July 20, 2015 2:00 PM

Move over wearables and embeddables, because the mobile wireless health revolution is well underway thanks to smart pill technology, also known as “ingestibles.” According to the report “Smart Pills Technologies Market (2012-2017),” the global smart pills market is expected to reach $965 million by the year 2017. The technology development is currently focused on two primary functions: wireless patient monitoring and diagnostic imaging.

Taking snapshots of our systems:   A non-invasive test can be used to remotely visualize the gastrointestinal tract and colon to detect polyps and identify the first signs of colorectal cancer.  Instead of having an invasive colonoscopy procedure. Given Imaging, an Israeli company, has made this possible. The company has developed a battery-powered camera pill that can take high-speed photos of the intestinal tract. The device then sends the images to a second device worn around the patient’s waist and then to a computer or tablet to be reviewed by a doctor.  If swallowing a camera makes you feel squeamish, you might be relieved to learn that it has been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration. The PillCam COLON is intended for patients who have difficulties undergoing standard colonoscopies due to anatomy issues, previous surgery or various colon diseases.  

Disrupting medical monitoring:   Scientists and researchers are working on even more impressive applications of ingestibles. For example, Scripps Health is currently developing nano-sensors that can travel the bloodstream and send messages to a smartphone, alerting the user of signs of infection, an impending heart attack or other cardiovascular issues. It’s clear that these nano-sensors and other smart pill technologies could absolutely change the game when it comes to wireless health.


Expect to see more in this ingestible space, this is only get bigger and better.



Glenn Wallace's curator insight, July 21, 2015 10:58 AM

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Google unveils smart wristband for health tracking, but it's not for consumers - CNET

Google unveils smart wristband for health tracking, but it's not for consumers - CNET | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
The search giant's newest wearable is just as much for physicians and academic researchers as it is for the people actually wearing it.
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For Wearables, Accurate Sensing Is Tricky | MIT Technology Review

For Wearables, Accurate Sensing Is Tricky | MIT Technology Review | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Wearable devices are getting more advanced, but can today’s technology really measure our health?
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Could the Big Techs kill Big Pharma?

Could the Big Techs kill Big Pharma? | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
The notion of “disruptive innovation” was first used in 1997 by Clayton Christensen (Harvard Business School) to describe an innovation that helps create a new market and value network, and then goes on the destroy what went before. Businesses in the sector have to choose between maintaining status quo (risking extinction) or developing a brand new business model to fulfill its clients’ future or unmet needs. In just a few years, digital technology has profoundly destabilized many sectors:
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TEDX Lionel REICHARDT Pharmageek "La médecine des immortels"

4eme jour de la learning expedition esanté à la silicon valley..journée dédiée à la médecine personnalisée.

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AMA Weighs Ethical Telehealth, Doctor Care Via iPhone

AMA Weighs Ethical Telehealth, Doctor Care Via iPhone | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
As insurance companies expand coverage of telehealth to patients via smartphone, laptop or Skype, the American Medical Association wants to be sure doctors have the proper ethical guidance on this fast-growing form of care. The AMA’s annual policy-making House of Delegates later this week will debate telemedicine, voting on new policy [...]
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Cancer trials aim to shore up 'precision medicine's' base of evidence

Cancer trials aim to shore up 'precision medicine's' base of evidence | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Officials of the National Cancer Institute joined cancer scientists on Monday to announce the launch of three ambitious clinical trials designed to bolster research undergirding President Obama's precision medicine initiative.
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Helping doctors predict what’s next for patients diagnosed with Hepatitis C | Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation

Study by @akbarwaljee & team will help doctors predict what’s next for patients diagnosed with #HepatitisC http://t.co/CK3zpn7UiK

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A very interesting study to optimize the cost of the latest antiviral therapies.

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#V3mobility: Wearable tech healthcare innovation held back by medical regulations

#V3mobility: Wearable tech healthcare innovation held back by medical regulations | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Long trials slow the adoption of medical-centric smart glasses and wearable monitoring tech
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There's an old entrepreneur's adage: "Pioneers get the arrows, and settlers get the land." But in the smart, connected world, "Pioneers get the land, and settlers pay the rent". (Mike Kalthoff, sales executive, ThingWorx, from HBR Jan-Feb 2015)

 

Despite regulations, it is worth continuing innovating in this area!

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Startups Vie to Build an Uber for Health Care

Startups Vie to Build an Uber for Health Care | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Startups are vying to builnd an Uber for nonemergency medical care
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Mobile Health in the EU (part 1): introduction to mHealth and privacy laws ... - Lexology (registration)

Mobile Health in the EU (part 1): introduction to mHealth and privacy laws ... - Lexology (registration) | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
The mobile Health (mHealth) sector is rapidly developing and revolutionising the healthcare market. More and more consumers share information such as…
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Google Search could diagnose unknown drug side effects (Wired UK)

Google Search could diagnose unknown drug side effects (Wired UK) | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Google could soon be helping diagnose otherwise unknown drug side-effects
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Seven Questions for Personalized Medicine

Seven Questions for Personalized Medicine | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
This Viewpoint discusses the promise of personalized or precision medicine compared with its achievements to date.
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EmmanuelGrunenberger's curator insight, June 24, 2015 1:12 PM

A good review of Personalized Medecine questiosn ans some related cliché, e.g. genomic disease prediction. It is not that straight forward. 

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Hacking Healthcare

Hacking Healthcare | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Healthcare technology in action: from hacking through medication to human behavior.
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Nice souvenir from the Hacking Health Camp!

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Les acteurs du numérique pourraient-ils tuer Big Pharma ?

Les acteurs du numérique pourraient-ils tuer Big Pharma ? | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
C’est en 1997 que Clayton Christensen de la Harvard Business School introduisit pour la première fois le terme de « disruptive innovation » ou innovation de rupture, par opposition au processus d’innovation traditionnelle.
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Precision health: Predicting and preventing disease — not just treating it

Precision health: Predicting and preventing disease — not just treating it | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Precision health takes a big-data approach to disease prevention and detection, focusing on the various factors that help maintain health throughout life.
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Want Precision Medicine? Share Your Data

Want Precision Medicine? Share Your Data | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Industry, academia, government and the entire cancer community must come together to share patient data, or it risks being left unused and unapplied.
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Psychiatry is starting to embrace wearables - MedCity News

Psychiatry is starting to embrace wearables - MedCity News | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Wearables are starting to pop up everywhere in medicine — except, perhaps, actual clinical settings. Even a staid organization like the American Psychiatric Association had some on hand at its 168th annual meeting this week, as this video illustrates.
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Wired Health: how are innovative technologies disrupting health care?

Wired Health: how are innovative technologies disrupting health care? | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
This year's Wired Health summit in London featured the latest technological innovations in health care. Medical News Today were on the scene and report on the highlights.
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L’Apple Watch peut-elle vraiment percer dans la santé ?

L’Apple Watch peut-elle vraiment percer dans la santé ? | Changing pharma | Scoop.it
Les bracelets connectés dits "intelligents" ont fleuri pendant ces dernières années, bénéficiant de la facilité d’intégration d’un...
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