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mHealth en pleine croissance !

mHealth en pleine croissance ! | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
82 % des organismes qui délivrent des soins de santé (mHealth) interrogés dans une étude pour RedHat ont une stratégie full mobile, indiquant un niveau de maturité plus élevé

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Le smartphone vous colle définitivement à la peau #hcsmeufr

Le smartphone vous colle définitivement à la peau #hcsmeufr | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Les études sur les Français et leur smartphone vous manquent ? Pas de panique, Deloitte dégaine une nouvelle enquête sur le sujet et le

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Rencontre : Pierre Trudelle, chef de projet du référentiel sur les applis santé de la Haute autorité de santé

Rencontre : Pierre Trudelle, chef de projet du référentiel sur les applis santé de la Haute autorité de santé | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
"Il y a des zones grises sur la sûreté de certaines solutions"

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The Need to Improve Collaboration Between mHealth App Publishers and Health Care Professionals - research2guidance

The Need to Improve Collaboration Between mHealth App Publishers and Health Care Professionals. The 6 point wishlist to help collaboration between the two.
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The addressable market for diabetes apps in 2016 has increased to 135.5M potential app users (diagnosed diabetics), out of which 4.1M are active users - research2guidance

The Diabetes apps in 2016 for IOS and Android devices
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UK's NHS trials AI app as alternative to medical helpline

UK's NHS trials AI app as alternative to medical helpline | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
The UK National Health Service is to trial an artificially intelligent (AI) medical application in place of its NHS 111 non-emergency helpline.The app comes from Babylon Health, a UK start-up specializing in remote healthcare applications. It enables users to type their symptoms into a chat box – much like texting – and the app will perform triage for urgent but non-life-threatening conditions.The trial is set to start at the end of January, meaning that for the next six months more than 1.2m people in north central London will be able to access the app, according to the FT.
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L'État rembourse 24 applis santé, un premier pas

L'État rembourse 24 applis santé, un premier pas | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
À partir de 2018, le remboursement sera progressivement élargi.

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Helene Decourteix's curator insight, January 4, 6:11 AM
Après la dématérialisation de l'ordonnance annoncée quelques jours auparavant, la Belgique va tester le service rendu par les application mobile à vocation de prévention.
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Got a chronic disease? There will soon be a prescription app for that

Although it's exciting to witness the explosion of personal "omics", wearables, connected devices and thousands of health-related apps, the impact may be a big "so what?" if the information isn't

made easily accessible, digestible and actionable. Few individuals, whether a healthy triathlete or a patient struggling to manage a chronic disease, want to wear and charge multiple devices, log in to and manage several apps, and be fed raw or fragmented information that is not easily understandable or actionable nor connected to their coaching or medical team.

 

Similarly, clinicians need to have access to their patients' data in a useful, absorbable and reliable way that integrates seamlessly with their clinical workflow. No cardiologist wants to be liable for monitoring streaming 24/7 ECGs that can flow from smart sticky plasters, nor does your nurse practitioner want to have to log into your Fitbit account to review your activity and heart-rate data.

 

In order for these new and emerging technologies to enable proactive healthcare, barriers need to be reduced so that:

 

  1. They are easy to use, and reliably obtain accurate physiological data
  2. The information flowing from them is delivered and presented to the clinician in a useful, actionable form
  3. Machine learning and data analytics can be applied to extract the useful information and help make it actionable
  4. Incentives are aligned, including reimbursement to providers for leveraging connected care

 

As we enter 2017, we will begin to move from a "Quantified Self" era, where the data has generally remained siloed on the devices and apps of the individual and not integrated into clinical care, to the emergence of "Quantified Health", where the data from common consumers' wearables, scales, BP cuffs, glucometers and even home lab data, will flow through consumer's smart phones (via Apple's HealthKit, and more recently via Google Fit and Samsung's S-Health) and integrate into electronic medical records (EMRs) of the clinician. This will bring feedback loops which can communicate back to individual patients, engaging and empowering patients along the way. More…

 

Further Reading:


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Scientists develop a cancer-detecting smartphone add-on that's up to 99% accurate - ExtremeTech

Scientists develop a cancer-detecting smartphone add-on that's up to 99% accurate - ExtremeTech | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Researchers from Washington State University have come up with a diagnostic rig that can use a smartphone, a prism, and an ELISA plate to detect cancer. In the controlled settings of their lab, with the high-purity reagents they had to work with, the researchers were able to detect the cancer marker interleukin-6 (IL-6) with 99% accuracy.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, December 26, 2016 6:16 AM

This is HUGE!!

Investors Europe Stock Brokers's curator insight, December 26, 2016 6:38 AM

It is produced in the body, wherever there is inflammation, either acute or chronic. This includes situations such as trauma, burns, cancers and infection. It interacts with interleukin-6 receptor alpha, to induce transcription of inflammatory gene products.

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Safety, efficacy guidelines in store for mobile health apps

Safety, efficacy guidelines in store for mobile health apps | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
The AMA and other major players in health care form an initiative to encourage mHealth apps’ contribution to high-quality care.

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Romain Callier's curator insight, December 14, 2016 10:54 AM
A very good way to accelerate things !
Philippe Marchal's curator insight, December 14, 2016 9:07 PM
A very good way to accelerate things !
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The Doctor Is In (Your Pocket): How Apps Are Harnessing Music’s Healing Powers

The Doctor Is In (Your Pocket): How Apps Are Harnessing Music’s Healing Powers | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
The most trusted voice in music.
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Five User Types Are Key to Boosting Mobile Adoption in Healthcare

Five User Types Are Key to Boosting Mobile Adoption in Healthcare | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
We currently see highly varied uses of mobile solutions in healthcare, from clinical applications to managed health, and perhaps even more diversity in the users themselves and how they engage with mobile healthcare. Too often, these users are treated as monoliths that either do or do not use mobile health solutions. But in order to see true gains in mobile adoption, more precise segmentation and understanding of these users is essential.
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Une appli santé pour gérer les maux du quotidien

Une appli santé pour gérer les maux du quotidien | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
En moins de dix questions, CitizenDoc identifie la cause probable d’une douleur et oriente l’utilisateur vers la solution la plus appropriée.
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HTA : une célèbre application mobile pour iPhone mésestime les chiffres tensionnels

HTA : une célèbre application mobile pour iPhone mésestime les chiffres tensionnels | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Instant Blood Pressure est une application pour iPhone élaborée pour mesurer la pression artérielle sans matériel supplémentaire, très populaire
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Healthcare Providers Uncertain What Health Technology Tools to Recommend to Patients

Healthcare Providers Uncertain What Health Technology Tools to Recommend to Patients | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

Healthcare providers see patient engagement tools as a means of better understanding each patient’s overall health and offering new pathways for predictive analytics, but many are still hesitant to steer patients towards certain technology.

 

More than two-thirds of respondents said technology can help support healthy behaviors among patients, according to a survey released by NEJM Catalyst. More than half said technology generates additional data for analytics.

 

But 67% of respondents also said they don’t know what tools to recommend to patients, and 42% said it’s still unclear how tools actually impact care.

 

Biometric devices, mHealth apps and texting were identified as the most effective patient engagement tools. Eighty-one percent of respondents said these tools were best used to manage chronic diseases. For example, a new online tool recently released by Anthem aims to help providers and patients better understand gaps in asthma care.

 

Further Reading:

  • “AMA Survey Finds That Many Physicians Are Enthusiastic About Digital Health Tools, But Few Currently Use Them”; http://sco.lt/8b9r97
  • “Six Top Global Pharma Companies Establish New HCP Technology Standards Group”; http://sco.lt/820SMj

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40 Amazing mHealth Statistics | Kays Harbor

40 Amazing mHealth Statistics | Kays Harbor | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Read on this infographic about 40 mHealth Statistics will definitely blow your mind, giving a clarity on how mobile is revolutionizing healthcare.
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A Small Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial Comparing Mobile and Traditional Pain Coping Skills Training Protocols for Cancer Patients with Pain

A Small Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial Comparing Mobile and Traditional Pain Coping Skills Training Protocols for Cancer Patients with Pain | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Psychosocial pain management interventions are efficacious for cancer pain but are underutilized. Recent advances in mobile health (mHealth) technologies provide new opportunities to decrease barriers to access psychosocial pain management interventions
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Mon médecin est un smartphone

Mon médecin est un smartphone | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
E-santé, auto-médecine... la médecine de demain sera numérique. Quelle ser
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Thirty-six connected health apps and devices the FDA cleared in 2016

Thirty-six connected health apps and devices the FDA cleared in 2016 | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Over the past year, MobiHealthNews has covered 36 devices that received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration. While connected blood glucose monitors and devices incorporating heart rate sensors dominate the list, we also saw more apps and software clearances, as the regulatory agency continues to evolve its position and expertise on how to regulate digital health tools.
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Prévention : un étudiant sur deux utilise une appli santé

Prévention : un étudiant sur deux utilise une appli santé | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

Contrairement à leurs aînés, les étudiants français n’ont pas peur de la santé connectée. 90 % d’entre eux affirment qu’elle représente l’avenir.

C’est ce qui ressort d’un sondage SMEREP réalisé avec Withings, fabricant d’objets connectés. Ceux-ci sont plébiscités à la fois pour la prévention et une modification de l’hygiène de vie.

Car les jeunes le clament haut et fort : utiliser un objet connecté ou une application mobile les motive à adopter les bons gestes.

Mesurer ses comportements

La santé connectée, pour les étudiants, se manifeste à travers les différents modes d’usage. Ils citent principalement les accessoires intelligents, du type balance ou tensiomètre.

Les applications mobiles suivent de près.

La télémédecine, peu utilisée en France, n’arrive qu’en dernier dans les exemples cités.

 

La définition est un peu moins souvent mise en pratique : un étudiant sur deux utilise déjà une appli santé ou bien-être.

Il s’agit surtout de mesurer son activité sportive – y compris en comptant ses pas – mais aussi de suivre son sommeil ou d’améliorer sa nutrition. Conseils nutritionnels, aide au régime ou comptage des calories sont donc régulièrement sollicités ...


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France Silver Eco's curator insight, December 26, 2016 8:49 AM

La moitié des étudiants a recours à une application santé ou bien-être. Ces outils devraient servir à développer la prévention.

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Using Apple ResearchKit For
Patient-Centric Clinical Research


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Voluntis gets both FDA and CE Mark for diabetes management app, Insulia

Voluntis gets both FDA and CE Mark for diabetes management app, Insulia | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Paris, France and Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Voluntis, which makes companion software for medical devices or medications, has received both FDA clearance and the CE Mark for a type 2 diabetes management app called Insulia. The app, which is designed for people treated with basal insulin, is classified as a prescription-only medical device and will be available to patients and healthcare providers in the first half of 2017.

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Mobile App Rating Scale: A New Tool for Assessing the Quality of Health Mobile Apps

Mobile App Rating Scale: A New Tool for Assessing the Quality of Health Mobile Apps | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Mobile and tablet apps, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, wearable computing and domotics for health.

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Mobile Phone Apps to Improve Medication Adherence: A Systematic Stepwise Process to Identify High-Quality Apps

Mobile Phone Apps to Improve Medication Adherence: A Systematic Stepwise Process to Identify High-Quality Apps | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Mobile and tablet apps, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, wearable computing and domotics for health.

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Diabète: une application pilote aux HCL pour le suivi entre deux consultations

Diabète: une application pilote aux HCL pour le suivi entre deux consultations | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Premier site français d’information en continu sur les technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC, NTIC) dans la santé

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Magaly Siméon's curator insight, January 8, 2:34 AM
Me suis des maladies chroniques est un enjeu et de société et de no metiers d'assureurs!