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Revving Up the Maternal Health Revolution: Wearables for Expecting Moms

Revving Up the Maternal Health Revolution: Wearables for Expecting Moms | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Bloom Technologies, one of imec’s most recent spinoffs, has developed the first wireless body patch to monitor expecting moms and their baby. Started in 2014 by a team of imec engineers and researchers (Julien Penders, Eric Dy, Torfinn Berset and Marco Altini), the company has its headquarters in San Francisco and offices at BioVille, the life-sciences incubator in Diepenbeek, Belgium.

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Future = ‘Quantified self’ apps + personal coaching

Future = ‘Quantified self’ apps + personal coaching | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Are they just nice-to-have gadgets or can they really be useful in you personal health-management? The Belgian investigator Christel De Maeyer made an interesting study on this ‘qualified self’ tools. Christel lives in Belgium (Gent), but works also at the Stanford University (California).

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Why 2016 Will Be The Year Of Mass Wearables Adoption

Why 2016 Will Be The Year Of Mass Wearables Adoption | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

In the last 12 months, wearables have been a constant topic of conversation. The reaction has been mixed with some early adopters smugly telling anyone who listens that they were right and others—even the biggest fanboys—hedging their bets. According to Forrester Research, one in five U.S. adults either owns or has used a wearable and the market is poised to be one of the big tech earners of 2016.In 2014, only 10% of American adults admitted to having a wearable device. The Apple Watch was still a in production (announced in September 2014) and Fitbit was the poster child for a new wearable generation, but wearables were being hyped as the device that would break out in a big way in 2015.


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Denise Silber's curator insight, December 12, 2015 6:14 PM
Wearables will continue to grow...They will continue to be left behind as well for all the reasons we know...although the net result will be up. Let's watch and see.
Christophe Chambet-Falquet's curator insight, December 18, 2015 10:32 AM

This kind of article should be stored and reviewed in 2021.

Reading these lines, It seems that customer engagement is evident. After the fist wave of adoption, the key driver will be : what's my personal benefit compared to the drawbacks of wearing this wearable all day (and even night) long.

It will be the right moment to note that virtual data benefits does not fit the physical convenience drawbacks.

And then we will talk some more about customer engagement !

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Study: Digital health devices now in 1/3 of homes with broadband

Study: Digital health devices now in 1/3 of homes with broadband | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
A new report from Dallas-based Parks Associates finds that one third of U.S. households that utilize broadband services already are cashing in on digital health and wellness devices such as FitBit and smart watches. Plus, buyers are actively using the gadgets, not forgetting, breaking or losing them. So what do you want for Christmas?
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Start Track remporte le Grand prix de l'implantation start-up du Cercle e-santé de Castres-Mazamet

Start Track remporte le Grand prix de l'implantation start-up du Cercle e-santé de Castres-Mazamet | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

L'équipe de Start Track, qui porte un projet d'application mobile d'accompagnement de la pratique d'activités physiques, a remporté le Grand prix de l'implantation start-up e-santé 2015, a annoncé le Cercle e-santé de Castres-Mazamet (Tarn), le 8 décembre dans un communiqué.

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Under Calypso : le premier jeu video immersif sur le psoriasis

Under Calypso : le premier jeu video immersif sur le psoriasis | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Développé pour plusieurs plateformes (Oculus, Cardboard Android et IOS, Mac et PC), il s’articule autour d’une simulation psychologique afin d’évaluer et de positiver l’état d’esprit du joueur.
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The truth about that “your Googling and my medical degree” mug

The truth about that “your Googling and my medical degree” mug | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

I can’t tell you how many people have flung this Facebook item at me since last night, starting with my wife. :-) It’s already approaching 25,000 shares.

(Update: at 11am ET on Dec 1 it’s up to 73,000 shares in 48 hours. I’d say it’s going viral…)

Listen, people: Googling does not mean I think I’m a doctor. It’s a sign of being an engaged, empowered “e-patient.” 

partner with great doctors – I don’t tell them what to do. And they welcome me doing it.

I personally am completely opposed to a patient going in and saying “I’ve decided I have condition X, and I want you to prescribe 42mg QID of medication Y.” I mean, have you everseen the things medical students have to learn to get their license??

But I’m all in favor of a patient saying, “I have symptoms A and B, and from what I can tell from websites J and Q, that sounds like it could be M.” Explain your thinking, identify your source, and try to solve the diagnostic puzzle together: Collaborate

The flip side is that it’s demonstrably wrong for a doctor to insist that their diagnosis must be right; the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine has lots of data on that, and the National Academy of Medicine recently published a big report on it. (See SPM patient member Peggy Zuckerman’s recent spot on the NBC News item about that report.)

And to flip it again, patient engagement isn’t a synonym for “the patient is always right.” (See SPM co-chair Dr. Danny Sands’ five minute video about that the other day.)

I’m short on time so I’ll just post what I said on Facebook:


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[Etude] : les appareils connectés destinés à la santé et au bien-être suscitent l’intérêt de 28% des Français

[Etude] : les appareils connectés destinés à la santé et au bien-être suscitent l’intérêt de 28% des Français | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

L’Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des postes (ARCEP) et le Conseil général de l’économie (CGE) viennent de rendre publics les résultats de l’enquête annuelle  sur la diffusion, en France, des technologies de l’information et de la communication. 


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FeetMe, la semelle connectée intelligente pour les diabétiques et les sportifs

FeetMe, la semelle connectée intelligente pour les diabétiques et les sportifs | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
FeetMe est une start-up française crée en 2013 qui propose une semelle connectée à destination des diabétiques. Le dispositif connecté de santé FeetMe a pour objectif de prévenir les risques de lésions (ulcères) chez les patients diabétiques.
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The future of health sensing may get under your skin

The future of health sensing may get under your skin | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

What if wearables like Fitbits and the Apple Watch represent the infancy of on-body health sensors, something we’ll one day look back on the way we now look at the clunky, boxy mobile phones of the 1980s? A number of researchers are working on ultrathin, flexible sensors that could be applied to the skin like smart tattoos, or even applied to the surface of organs inside the body to continually monitor vital signs or to deliver time-released drugs.

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L’épilepsie : un serious game de prévention

L’épilepsie : un serious game de prévention | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Se familiariser avec l’épilepsie et appréhender les dangers potentiels en cas de crise, voici l’enjeu de ce Serious Game.

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Your doctor could soon be treating your virtual twin as a digital patient

Your doctor could soon be treating your virtual twin as a digital patient | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Wearable health sensors already allow doctors to remotely monitor our vitals in real time. But what if this information, together with in-hospital exams, could constantly update your virtual twin's profile in a cycle of testing and tweaking?

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Femometer pour déterminer la période d'ovulation

Femometer pour déterminer la période d'ovulation | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Voici Femometer, un appareil de mesure de la fertilité qui va permettre l’analyse de plusieurs critères bien précis, révélateur de votre fertilité.
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Test du tensiomètre d'iHealth : suivez votre tension sur votre tablette

Test du tensiomètre d'iHealth : suivez votre tension sur votre tablette | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Second objet connecté dédié à la santé qui nous vient de chez iHealth et l’on y retrouve encore la simplicité d’utilisation et la fiabilité des appareils de cette marque américaine. Ce tensiomètre sans fil va vous permettre de suivre le plus facilement du monde la courbe de votre tension sur votre smartphone ou votre tablette (iOS et Android) après avoir pris les mesures, le plus facilement du monde.

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Are patients and physicians really open to eHealth?

Are patients and physicians really open to eHealth? | Patient Hub | Scoop.it


Amongst the general public, eHealth is still an unfamiliar term but it is most definitely not a new innovation within the medical world. Despite the term being coined almost 20 years ago it is only in recent years that  more mainstream apps and medical devices have brought it closer to people’s everyday lives.

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Le briquet connecté JICC vous aide à arrêter de fumer

Le briquet connecté JICC vous aide à arrêter de fumer | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
JICC présente son 1er objet connecté, un briquet intelligent accompagné par un programme d'accompagnement au sevrage tabagique conçu en collaboration avec des médecins
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Using mHealth to Help Seniors Age in Place

Using mHealth to Help Seniors Age in Place | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

A University of Missouri project is finding that embedded sensors and other care coordination tools can help seniors live longer and better live

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Can your mobile phone make you healthier?

Can your mobile phone make you healthier? | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Scientists are harnessing the power of mobile devices to improve behavioral research

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IBM's Watson using data to transform health care

IBM's Watson using data to transform health care | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
IBM Watson once won $1 million playing "Jeopardy." Soon, it could be helping your doctor read your X-rays.
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Une appli pour suivre son traitement AVK

Une appli pour suivre son traitement AVK | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Le département pharmacie de l’UFR santé de l’université d’Angers vient de concevoir une application smartphone gratuite dédiée aux patients sous antivitamines K

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Santé connectée et prévention: iHealth signe un partenariat avec Allianz

Santé connectée et prévention: iHealth signe un partenariat avec Allianz | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Le fabricant d'objets de santé connectée iHealth a signé un partenariat avec l'assureur Allianz France, dans le but d'encourager ses clients à mieux suivre leur santé au quotidien, a-t-il annoncé le 30 novembre dans un communiqué.

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StudioSanté : un plateforme numérique et un patch connecté pour surveiller sa santé

StudioSanté : un plateforme numérique et un patch connecté pour surveiller sa santé | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Le réseau StudioSanté, coordinateur de soins ville/hôpital, lance une plateforme de santé numérique, associée à un patch connecté, qui met en relation patient et professionnel de santé.
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L'application RogerVoice permet aux sourds de téléphoner

L'application RogerVoice permet aux sourds de téléphoner | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Grâce à RogerVoice, les personnes sourdes, malentendantes ou bègues peuvent passer et de recevoir des coups de téléphone. Elle est désormais disponible pour Android et iPhone.

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Nouvelles technologies : une bonne nouvelle pour les patients ?

Nouvelles technologies : une bonne nouvelle pour les patients ? | Patient Hub | Scoop.it
Les réponses de Carlos Jaime, directeur général de la division santé de Samsung France et Jacques Lucas, vice-président de l’ordre des médecins.
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Pourra-t-on prescrire un jeu vidéo à des enfants atteints de trouble du déficit de l'attention ?

Pourra-t-on prescrire un jeu vidéo à des enfants atteints de trouble du déficit de l'attention ? | Patient Hub | Scoop.it

Peut-on utiliser le principe des jeux vidéo pour entraîner les circuits neuronaux impliqués dans le contrôle de soi chez des enfants atteints du trouble de déficit de l'attention avec hyperactivité ? Selon une étude américaine, la réponse est oui.



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CDI LOMME's curator insight, December 1, 2015 2:29 PM

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