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Technology is shifting the doctor-patient relationship #hcsmeu #hcsmeufr

From www.expressnews.com

Once you took medical questions directly to your doctor, who advised, tested and treated you. Today, not only are we turning to the Internet for everyday medical information, we're also generating our own health data: using a smartphone, for example, to investigate a child's ear pain or monitor blood pressure. We're learning from our peers online how to cope and find new treatments. Our doctors can keep our records electronically, accessible to us through a patient portal. Some of us can make video visits with doctors, who can offer diagnoses and treatment plans via computer or smartphone.

With all these advances, a traditional paternalism in medicine is changing, too.
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#ASCO15 Opportunities and Challenges of Incorporating Technology into Practice

From am.asco.org

Recent years have seen dramatic advances in both cancer medicine and technology. The intersection of these two rapidly evolving areas was the topic of discussion during the Saturday, May 30, Education Session “The Challenge to Stay Current: Incorporating Technology into Practice.” Topics related to information retrieval, social media, and the application of technology to patient-reported outcomes (PROs) were presented. [image:1:right]
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Rencontre IRL du Club Digital Santé : 10 juin 2015

From www.eventbrite.fr

Chers membres du Club Digital Santé, 
le Club se réunira une nouvelle fois In Real Life en 2015
le mercredi 10 juin 2015
pour discuter, échanger et se rencontrer.
 
Nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter à cette prochaine rencontre
organisée en partenariat avec le groupe auféminin qui nous recevra dans ses locaux sur le thème :
Spécial Patients

 
 
Au programme :

Présentation d'Onmeda le nouveau média santé du groupe Aufeminin
DiabèteLAB : l'innovation pensée, développ
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IBM’s Dr. Watson Will See You…Someday

From internetmedicine.com

Illustration: Tavis Coburn SOURCE May 2015 The game-show-winning AI struggles to find the answers in health care Four years ago, Neil Mehta wasamong the 15 million people who watched Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter—the world’s greatest “Jeopardy!

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Visions prospectives de la santé

From fr.slideshare.net

Le 18 mai, une soixantaine de personnes ont participé à un hackathon destiné à inventer ensemble SCube Odéon.  Cet événement sur la santé demain aura lieu le 1…
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Digital Health Landscape Disrupted By This Colossal Clash [INFOGRAPHIC] #hcsm #hcsmeu #hcsmeufr

From www.valuewalk.com

There is a confluence of disruption closing in on the healthcare industry that could leave the next Chicxulub crater. This infographic highlights the merger of two trends: Consumer companies are enter
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Qu'est-ce qu'innover dans la santé ? - Futur en...

From www.scoop.it

Qu’est-ce qu’innover dans la santé ? Co-construire ensemble, avec et pour les patients. Un événement organisé par Sanofi. Sanofi organise une table ronde autour du thème « Qu’est-ce qu’innover en santé ?

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Why Doctors Are Frustrated With Digital Healthcare

From www.forbes.com


Richard Platt's curator insight, May 29, 6:18 PM

Doctors are using digital tools and willing to receive data feeds from their customers, but they are quite frustrated by poor usability of digital healthcare tools and difficulty getting measurable results


Common Complaints: 


• EHRs are typically hard to use. Many doctors I know complain of spending several extra hours each day entering data to EHRs. In some practices medical scribes have been added to help with data entry.


• EHRs are often local, island systems that do not provide access to other clinical resources, so doctors need to use multiple systems.

• Patient portals are often a dismal experience. HIPAA has motivated administrators to mandate defensive designs that are often so inconvenient for patients that they are seldom used, which I suppose makes them highly secure.


• Doctors feel they have tons of data available to them, but few tools to use it to make intelligent and timely decisions.

eHealth - the Introduction

From www.healthbusinessconsult.com

eHealth - The Introduction..
See in a short overview what ehealth actually is and what steps you may take to apply it to your proper organization.
Furthermore: learn about the ehealth thought lab...
rob halkes's curator insight, May 29, 1:57 PM

A precis about ehealth = Learn how you could direct your way to ehealth initiatives and the direction into your future of provision of care

L'e-santé, bonne ou mauvaise idée pour les enfants ?

From www.objetconnecte.net

Les appareils connectés sont-ils bien pour les enfants ? Des chercheurs australiens souhaitent connaître l'impact de ces dispositifs.
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L’Université de la e-santé dévoilé aux e-influenceurs #TES15

From www.presstvnews.com

L’Université de la e-santé dévoilé aux e-influenceurs
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Engouement sur les réseaux pour l'Université e-santé 2015 : lancement du programme et des inscriptions ! à vous de jouer !

From www.capitalimage.net

Retour sur la rencontre e-influenceur pour la présentation de l’Université de la e-santé du 1er au 3 juillet 2015 à Castres-Mazamet.
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L'Igas émet des recommandations pour améliorer les systèmes d'information "calamiteux" de l'ANSM

From www.ticsante.com

Premier site français d’information en continu sur les technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC, NTIC) dans la santé - TIC santé
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« Le succès de l’innovation en e-santé sera dans l’exécution »

From www.dsih.fr

Denise Silber a lancé l’événement Doctors 2.0 & You en juin 2011 avec le double objectif d’attirer le médecin vers le numérique et de donner une place à la parole des patients. Ce positionnement original vient de se traduire par son adhésion à la charte Patients included. La 5e édition de Doctors 2.0 se prépare, pour les 4 et 5 Juin prochains, Cité Universitaire, à Paris.
Denise Silber's curator insight, May 28, 5:58 PM

Merci Dominique Lehalle pour ves questions pertinentes !

The “grim reality of digital health": we need to say less, and do more

From nuviun.com

"There is still a gross disconnect between stakeholders" says Lorena Macnaughtan ‏(@L_Macnaughtan) in the second part of her thoughtful review of digital health's evolutionary path. 

"Without taking each of them seriously, we can’t answer the fundamental questions: what is the role and what are the rights of lay-people in their own (and others) health?"

Andrew Spong's curator insight, May 28, 11:57 PM

The second part of Lorena Macnaughtan's summary of the evolution of digital health is as productive as the first, and I commend it to you as an excellent way of priming yourself with many of the major themes of interest in the debate.

 

Personal responsibility and #HealthEthics are two major avenues of enquiry it isn't going to be possible to avoid for much longer if digital health is going to be a force for social good rather than a contributor to the entropy of the economic model it is labouring to emerge from within.

 

Both of these factors extend to our individual contribution to digital health, and one of the most productive things that we can do personally is not to add to the noise-to-signal ratio.

 

Insightful posts such as Lorena's are most welcome.

 

However, the majority of the 'conversation' around #digitalhealth consists of mindless retweets rather than duly considered reflections on the direction in which healthcare is hastening. That's not surprising, as the theoretical work that remains to be done is difficult and requires time, reflection, and labour. Not three of the virtues we associate with the social web.

 

As Tom Lehrer put it, "I feel that if a person can't communicate, the very least he can do is to shut up",  and as three of the five people in Lorena's graphic ably demonstrate through their deeds, when it comes to digital health, we should all say less, and do more.

Towards 'Health Information for All': Medical content on Wikipedia received 6.5 billion page views in 2013.

From blogs.lse.ac.uk

The medical content in Wikipedia receives substantial online traffic, links to a great body of academic scholarship and presents a massive opportunity for health care information. James Heilman and Andrew West present their findings on the wider editorial landscape looking to improving the quality and impact of medical content on the web. Data points to the enormous potential of these efforts, and further analysis will help to focus this momentum.
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Researchers to study impact of digital health in kids’ physical education

From mobihealthnews.com

Academics in Australia at the University of Queensland have launched a three-year research project that will examine the impact of using digital health tools in physical education programs with kids. The project has received $177,000 AUS (about $137,000 US dollars) from the Australian Research Council Discovery Grant and is being conducted in collaboration with researchers in Melbourne and Illinois.


University of Queensland Associate Professor Michael Gard, who works in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences plans to research the philosophical and educational consequences of using the tech with kids in PE programs. 

Health 2.0 : Google glass, impression 3D...l'avenir de la chirurgie ?

From www.atelier.net

Rare innovateur dans un domaine qui peine à innover, Homero Rivas livre son constat sur la présence du digital dans le domaine de la médecine aujourd’hui, et s’exprime sur les techniques qui pourraient potentiellement révolutionner le travail des médecins.
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