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7 Myths of Patient Portals, Access & Engagement Infographic

7 Myths of Patient Portals, Access & Engagement Infographic | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

A recent study of 1,000 U.S. adults  found that 79 percent of patients would be more likely to return to a facility that offers online image portal and 76 percent indicated they would recommend the facility to others. Yet many providers are missing this referral opportunity.

 

This Infographic highlights what patients are looking for in terms of medical images, patient portals, and online access to those images.

 Some of the myth busting perferences include:
Myth: Age will be a Hurdle for AdoptionAge has little impact, 59 percent of respondents over the age of 71 were very likely to use an image portalNeed to manage family members images a driver for portal use

Myth: IT Competency Can Restrict Use 

Even when self-assessed as very basic IT competency, patients are still very likely to use the imaging portal

Myth: Security Concerns Prevent Use 

Only 17 percent of survey respondents are unlikely to use an imaging portal4 out of 7 cite security concerns
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Dan Baxter's curator insight, August 26, 2013 5:25 AM

Interesting outcomes for a study for using online portals to provide patients with access to their diagnostic imaging results. Especially like the question around age groups. Older people want to access health services via the web too!!

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Les Français préfèrent vieillir chez eux : De l’utilité des serious games

Les Français préfèrent vieillir chez eux : De l’utilité des serious games | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Selon un sondage OpinionWay réalisé en 2012, 90% des Français préfèrent adapter leur logement plutôt que d'intégrer une maison de retraite.

Via Xavier Van Dieren, Senior, Personnes Agées & Silver Economie, dbtmobile
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Senior, Personnes Agées & Silver Economie's curator insight, August 28, 4:09 AM

Adapter le domicile d'une personne âgée, pas toujours facile mais il existe des solutions

http://www.capresidencesseniors.com/equipement-logement-1799/

Louis Levy's curator insight, August 28, 1:35 PM

Oui, mais et-ce possible ?

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Faire soi-même son analyse de sang bientôt possible ?

Faire soi-même son analyse de sang bientôt possible ? | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Un appareil de poche, conçu par une entreprise française, devrait permettre de réaliser soi-même une quinzaine de tests sanguins courants.
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Ralph Lauren, OMsignal team up for health-sensing designer shirts

Ralph Lauren, OMsignal team up for health-sensing designer shirts | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

This week the New York Times broke the news of a surprising new entrant in the wearable activity tracker space: Ralph Lauren, the fashion label known for their polo shirts and ties. At the US Open, the Times reports, the clothier equipped ball boys with form fitting black tee-shirts, emblazoned with the Ralph Lauren logo, that track users’ biometrics. Ralph Lauren has teamed with OMsignal to make the garments.

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Anémie : un selfie pour la détecter

Anémie : un selfie pour la détecter | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Une application mobile permettrait de détecter l'anémie en se basant sur un selfie et indiquerait aux utilisateurs la procédure à suivre en cas de carence en fer.

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Des vêtements connectés pour le sport et pour les bébés

Des vêtements connectés pour le sport et pour les bébés | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Des vêtements connectés qui surveillent en temps réel nos paramètres physiologiques… Ce n’est plus de la science-fiction.

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LE ROUX Arnaud's curator insight, August 25, 3:31 AM

Un peu de news sur ce marché qui pèsera dans quelques mois 2 milliards de dollars !

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Intel prévoit d’utiliser des montres connectées pour « monitorer » les malades atteints de Parkinson

Intel prévoit d’utiliser des montres connectées pour « monitorer » les malades atteints de Parkinson | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Intel s’est lancé dans des recherches sur des secteurs un peu plus pointus comme celui de la santé, et travaille depuis quelques années en collaboration avec la Fondation Michael J. Fox pour améliorer le quotidien des patients atteints de la maladie deParkinson..

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This Startup Could Turn Your iPhone Into a Tiny Disease-Detecting Lab

This Startup Could Turn Your iPhone Into a Tiny Disease-Detecting Lab | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

A mobile phone can do so many things. At any given moment, it can be a camera, a game console, a GPS, or a flashlight, just to name a few of its many guises. But Max Perelman wants to add another. He wants to turn the average iPhone into a tiny laboratory.

 

Perelman is the CEO and co-founder of Biomeme. Backed by celebrity investor Mark Cuban, the Philadelphia startup is developing a piece of hardware that attaches to an iPhone and harnesses the device’s computing power and built-in camera to test people for diseases and run other biological diagnostics in almost any setting. The Biomeme team essentially has taken a common diagnostic tool called the “real-time PCR machine”—which can cost thousands of dollars—and made it portable.

 

With it, doctors working in remote locations could diagnose a disease on site. Forensics workers could use it at a crime scene to determine time of death. The Department of Defense could use it to ascertain whether a mysterious white powder is anthrax—or something more innocuous. Food companies could use it to identify E. coli outbreaks. And someday, mothers might use it to determine whether their kids are suffering from strep throat or allergies. “There are a billion smartphones on the planet today, and each one is potentially a lab point,” Perelman says.


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5 bonnes raisons d’intégrer la reconnaissance vocale au dossier patient

5 bonnes raisons d’intégrer la reconnaissance vocale au dossier patient | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
En France, les nombreux investissements engagés en faveur de l’adoption du dossier patient pourraient bien transformer le paysage médical en permettant aux professionnels de santé comme aux patients un accès immédiat au compte rendu d’hospitalisation et en améliorant la sécurité et la transparence, avec pour effet positif la réduction du nombre d’erreurs, et une recherche médicale stimulée.
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Les patients devraient-ils lire leur dossier médical?

Les patients devraient-ils lire leur dossier médical? | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

«A l’école de médecine, nous apprenons que les dossiers médicaux existent pour que les docteurs puissent communiquer entre eux. Personne ne nous a dit que cela pouvait être bénéfique aux patients de les partager avec eux.»

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Samsung to acquire SmartThings, the open connected home platform

Samsung to acquire SmartThings, the open connected home platform | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
By bringing SmartThings under the wing of its Open Innovation Center, Samsung is admitting that to succeed in the smart home space, you can't count on customers to buy all their products from one company.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, August 14, 9:11 PM

This is part of Samsung's strategy to append it's approach against Apple’s HomeKit and Google’s Nest Developer Program for the IoT, SmartThings will join Samsung's Open Innovation Center.  Samsung's approach is to “fully support” SmartThing’s vision of a “totally open smart home platform that brings together third-party developers, device makers, and consumers.”

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40% of Patients Are Unaware of Patient Portal Options

40% of Patients Are Unaware of Patient Portal Options | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
40 percent of patients are unaware of their patient portal options provided by their primary care physician, according to recent study by Technology Advice.
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Santé mobile : Réponse du Conseil National de l'Ordre des Médecins français à l'Europe

Santé mobile : Réponse du Conseil National de l'Ordre des Médecins français à l'Europe | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

En attendant la publication de son Livre blanc consacré à la santé mobile en début de l’année 2015, le CNOM publie une lettre reprenant sa contribution la consultation publique de la Commission européenne sur le Livre vert sur la santé mobile. Il contribuera à ces travaux en fonction de l’organisation qui sera mise en place par la Commission.


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Happitech measures your heart rate to help control its Skip a Beat mobile game

Happitech measures your heart rate to help control its Skip a Beat mobile game | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
The technology measures your heart rate through an iPhone camera.
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How An App Helped Me (And 20,000 Other Women) Get Pregnant

How An App Helped Me (And 20,000 Other Women) Get Pregnant | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Last summer I sat in the bathroom of an Irish pub, trying desperately to solve a math equation. I had abandoned my friends at the bar, where I'd been pretending to drink an IPA, to tend to this pressing arithmetic in private. If I solved correctly for 'x,' the answer would provide me with some crucial information—whether or not my pregnancy was going well.
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How an iPhone app could diagnose jaundice in babies

How an iPhone app could diagnose jaundice in babies | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

The drive toward mobile health has seen more and more research into the possible medical applications of smartphones. The latest comes from a team of researchers at the University of Washington, who have developed an app capable of diagnosing jaundice in infants simply by taking their picture.


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LE ROUX Arnaud's curator insight, August 28, 5:51 PM

Une équipe de chercheurs de l'université de Washington ont développé une application capable de diagnostiquer la jaunisse  à des enfants en bas âge simplement en les prenant en photo.

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NephCure – a rare disease community that’s patient-powered

NephCure – a rare disease community that’s patient-powered | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
The burden of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is growing, with one in 10 U.S. adults having some level of CKD.  End-stage renal disease (ESRD) is the last phase of CKD, when dialysis or an organ transplant are required.

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Le marché des montres et bracelets connectés explose : +684 % en un an

Le marché des montres et bracelets connectés explose : +684 % en un an | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Selon une étude de l'institut de recherche Canalys, les livraisons de bracelets et montres connectés ont progressé de 684 % dans le monde .


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What do patients want in "mobile health" -

What do patients want in "mobile health" - | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
there is a big gap in what patients expect and what's available.

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Un pancréas bionique pour un contrôle automatique et continu du diabète

Un pancréas bionique pour un contrôle automatique et continu du diabète | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Un pancréas bionique développé par une équipe américaine a été testé avec succès pendant le mois de juillet. Le système pourrait révolutionner la vie des diabétiques.

 

Le fils du professeur d’ingénierie biomédicale Edward Damiano souffre de diabète de type 1. Une maladie éprouvante au quotidien qui nécessite une surveillance continue du taux de glucose de le sang. Si celui-ci est trop bas, il faut avaler du sucre. S’il est trop haut, injecter de l’insuline. C'est ce qui a poussé le scientifique de l'université de Boston à développer un pancréas bionique, une machine portable qui pourrait bien grandement soulager les malades.


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Philosys receives FDA clearance for iPhone-connected glucometer

Philosys receives FDA clearance for iPhone-connected glucometer | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

To use the Gmate Smart glucometer, users launch the device’s connected app, plug in their Gmate glucometer through the audio jack, insert a test strip into the glucometer, add a blood sample, and view results on the app. Gmate Smart’s app is only compatible with iOS devices. 

 The glucometer received its CE Mark in August 2012

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To Reinvent Health Care, Let’s Get Personal

To Reinvent Health Care, Let’s Get Personal | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
As a designer in health care, my goal is to ensure that the products and technologies we build engage our users - be they patients or health care providers. Design is a strategic tool, encompassing many aspects from research to concepts to prototyping. One critical aspect of this human-centered design is the approach to learning called rapid ethnography.

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Health Apps can sell your data to insurance companies, and there’s nothing you can do about it

Health Apps can sell your data to insurance companies, and there’s nothing you can do about it | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Health metrics you put into apps can eventually be sold to insurance companies or big data companies.
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Are patient portals a gateway or barrier to patient-centered care...

Are patient portals a gateway or barrier to patient-centered care... | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Patient portals. They have great potential, but is it being met? And are we losing something in return? I ask myself these questions now that my practice offers a patient portal linked to our electronic health record (EHR).

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MSD : mon journal positif

MSD : mon journal positif | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Né à l’initiative de MSD,  « Mon journal Positif » est le premier outil conçu à l’attention des patients atteints du V.I.H. Destiné à améliorer le confort de vie de ces derniers, cette application offre un visuel du suivi de la maladie entre deux consultations, et permet au final une meilleure prise en charge.

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These digital health companies help articulate patients' healthcare challenges

These digital health companies help articulate patients' healthcare challenges | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Healthify won a competition among digital health companies to help identify patients' healthcare challenges that can screw up care plans.
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