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Google Glass and the Future of Medicine | Dr. Rafael Grossmann | HL7 Standards

Google Glass and the Future of Medicine | Dr. Rafael Grossmann | HL7 Standards | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
“After eight days at FutureMed, I am still digesting. The future is going to be amazing. The possibilities are endless. These inventors and futurists have an imagination, and a scope of ‘What’s Next’, that is beyond my wildest dreams. ” – Dr. Rafael Grossmann
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blogbrevity's comment, March 24, 2013 9:25 PM
Many thanks for sharing my post, Valentina! Dr. Grossmann is originally from Venezuela. So many great ideas he shared. Towards the end of the video, Dr. Grossmann talks about how doctor-patient relationships can be improved by the physician including being able to maintain eye contact with the patient.
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The State of Self-Tracking

The State of Self-Tracking | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
How many people self-track? We take a look at current research and try and find out why quantifying self-tracking seems so hard.
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Surveys look at digital health adoption, reasons for hesitance | mobihealthnews

Surveys look at digital health adoption, reasons for hesitance | mobihealthnews | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
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INFOGRAPHIC: Smartphone = Smarter Healthcare: The Rapid Rise of Mobile Health Management Tools | AlliedHealthWorld.com

mHealth is becoming more popular as people are starting to use mobile phones to download health apps. Take a look at this Infographic to learn more about the rapid rise of mobile health management tools.
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RWJF Awards $1.9 Million Grant to PatientsLikeMe

RWJF Awards $1.9 Million Grant to PatientsLikeMe | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
PatientsLikeMe has been awarded a $1.9 million grant from RWJF to create the world's first open-participation research platform for the development of patient-centered health outcome measures.
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La Comisión Europea presenta el eHealth Action Plan para superar las barreras en el desarrollo de las TIC en salud

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Los sistemas sanitarios públicos europeos se encuentran bajo severas restricciones presupuestarias. A la vez, deben ser capaces de responder a los retos del envejecimiento de la población, al aumento de las expectativas de los ciudadanos y a la movilidad de los pacientes y de los profesionales de la salud. Partiendo de este contexto, la Comisión Europea ha trazado un nuevo plan, el eHealth Action Plan 2012-2020, para impulsar la innovación en eSalud, que debe asegurar una atención sanitaria de mejor calidad y más segura para los ciudadanos de la Unión Europea de cara a la primera mitad del siglo XXI. Este plan está enmarcado en los objetivos de la Agenda Digital Europea, una de las iniciativas de la estrategia Europa 2020. 
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Health Care’s Trick Coin

Health Care’s Trick Coin | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
If I toss a coin, but hide the result every time it comes up tails, it looks as if I always throw heads.
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Uruguay es el primer país latinoamericano que ingresa a la IHTSDO

Uruguay es el primer país latinoamericano que ingresa a la IHTSDO | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it

En el marco del Convenio firmado entre la Presidencia del Uruguay, el Ministerio de Salud Pública, el Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas, y la Agencia de Gobierno Electrónico y Sociedad de la Información (AGESIC) para el Programa Salud.uy, la International Health Terminology Standards Organization, otorgó la membrecía a Uruguay

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Puntuar al médico online podría ser malo para tu salud | Somos Medicina

Puntuar al médico online podría ser malo para tu salud | Somos Medicina | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
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Forget the Placebo Effect: It's the 'Care Effect' That Matters | Wired Opinion | Wired.com

Forget the Placebo Effect: It's the 'Care Effect' That Matters | Wired Opinion | Wired.com | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Nathanael Johnson explores the “care effect” — the idea that the opportunity for patients to feel heard and cared for can improve their health.
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50 Shades of Social Media - Kevin Pho MD

50 Shades of Social Media - Kevin Pho MD | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Social Media is not coming to healthcare, its already here. Social Media is changing healthcare conversations and will be integral in driving innovation in 2013. Dr.
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Blended health o el futuro de la salud: en busca del equilibrio perfecto | Salud Conectada

Blended health o el futuro de la salud: en busca del equilibrio perfecto | Salud Conectada | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Nos encaminamos hacia un modelo híbrido en el que la habilidad de seleccionar adecuadamente y mezclar los recursos será un factor determinante de éxito en nuestras iniciativas.
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Philips Survey Reveals One in 10 Americans Believe Online Health Information Saved Their Life

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Philips Survey Reveals One in 10 Americans Believe Online Health Information Saved Their Life
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The Personal Analytics of My Life | Wired Business | Wired.com

The Personal Analytics of My Life | Wired Business | Wired.com | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
One day I’m sure everyone will routinely collect all sorts of data about themselves. But because I’ve been interested in data for a very long time, I started doing this long ago.
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Big Data Is Transforming Healthcare | Wired Science | Wired.com

Big Data Is Transforming Healthcare | Wired Science | Wired.com | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
With the help of personal data trackers, people are measuring just about everything you can think of, Quantified Self founders Kevin Kelly and Gary Wolf said at the inaugural Wired Health Conference in New York.
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10 Compelling Ways People Plan To Use Google Glass

10 Compelling Ways People Plan To Use Google Glass | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
People seem to be most excited about what Glass will mean for education, medicine, communicating, gaming and getting around. Here are ten legitimate, non-creepy ideas from the #ifihadglass campaign.
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Social Network Could Revolutionize Disease Treatment | Wired Business | Wired.com

Social Network Could Revolutionize Disease Treatment | Wired Business | Wired.com | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Medical social network PatientsLikeMe is developing an open platform to improve the quality of data reported by its members and to share data with researchers.
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Cómo extender el alcance de la 'salud móvil' - MIT Technology Review

Cómo extender el alcance de la 'salud móvil' - MIT Technology Review | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Instituciones como el MIT están promoviendo el desarrollo de tecnologías móviles para facilitar el acceso a servicios de salud en zonas con escasos recursos.
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"Uno de los problemas más graves de los países en vías de desarrollo es la falta de acceso a servicios médicos profesionales. Para gran parte de la población, una visita al médico puede tomar un día entero, ser peligroso y costar el sueldo de un mes.  Además de calles estropeadas y precios altos, existe una escasez de profesionales sanitarios que puedan atender a toda la población."
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mHealth, pieza clave en el cambio del sistema sanitario | A un Clic de las TIC

mHealth, pieza clave en el cambio del sistema sanitario | A un Clic de las TIC | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
El término mHealth es muy amplio, englobando desde servicios de información al paciente, monitorización remota o recordatorios de citas o medicamentos mediante el canal móvil.
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ESalud: espacios llenos, espacios vacíos

ESalud: espacios llenos, espacios vacíos | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Empecemos inicialmente por definir que, de acuerdo a la Organización Mundial de la Salud, al uso de las TIC para la salud se le llama eSalud1. De igual manera, como eSalud Pública, a las posibles aplicaciones de las TIC en la Salud Pública2 que aunque suenan ambas muy parecido, cada cual tiene un enfoque de estudio diferente con una intersección a veces difícil de determinar. La primera tiene como objeto de estudio el individuo; la segunda, la población como un todo. En adelante usaré únicamente esos dos términos
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Prediction of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Asthma Patients Using Electronic Medical Records

Prediction of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Asthma Patients Using Electronic Medical Records | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Electronic medical records (EMRs) have been widely heralded for their potential to improve the quality of patient care. 1 Less obvious is the use of such records for clinical research, in particular, to develop predictive tools with an eye to the future of personalized medicine. The Partners Healthcare Research Patient Data Registry (RPDR), which contains information on over three million patients that have been treated in Partners-affiliated hospitals, is one of the larger collections of electronic medical records from academic medical centers. The RPDR has been used for a multitude of studies from quality improvement to drug efficacy and genomic discovery. 2 The computational infrastructure developed by the National Center for Biomedical Computing “Informatics for Integrating Biology to the Bedside” (i2b2) has been used to develop an “asthma data mart”, which was refined and analyzed using the i2b2 workbench. 3–5 The asthma data mart contains codified annotations of patient records (e.g., billing codes) that have been augmented with additional concepts/phenotypes extracted from the textual notes of medical records using Natural Language processing (NLP) techniques. 6 The authors tested whether an effective clinical predictor could be designed using data extracted from the asthma data mart's hospital admission and emergency room visit EMRs.
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Quantifying the digital health revolution

A presentation delivered by Stephen Davies at the Fitness Writers' Association in London, UK


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Camilo Erazo's curator insight, January 25, 2013 7:35 AM

Doctors will have to deal with a minority of 'super-engaged' patients who attempt to control their bodies through data gathering, analysis and visualization. Are they ready for it?

rob halkes's comment, January 25, 2013 8:39 AM
Personal communication styles have always been around. My hypothesis is that the higher the impact of the health condition and the more vulnerable therapy compliance is (e.g. in (breast) cancer, HIV), the more motivation for patients to tend to issues in coping with their conditions. So, let's not desire to 'connect' all patients, but start to try and learn. Culture and styles of doing care is a learning process..;-)
Rowan Norrie's curator insight, February 16, 2013 5:52 AM

Now is the time of biology, technology and big data! Great overview to show how we are now able to measure billions of datapoints about ourselves, track, analyse and take action accordingly.

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Dr. Google is as popular as ever — can real doctors adapt?

Dr. Google is as popular as ever — can real doctors adapt? | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
The Web remains a top destination for people seeking out health information. As patients access new information, their relationship with physicians is changing, he said. “The biggest challenge facing the health consumer in 2013 is online health literacy — understanding what’s reliable and what isn’t,” he added.
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Top Medical Social Media Stories of 2012: Month by Month

Top Medical Social Media Stories of 2012: Month by Month | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Just like last year, I again collect the most important and interesting news about the relationship between medicine/healthcare and social media, so here are my favorite stories from 2012 selected ...
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Charla: Uso de Software Libre por profesionales de salud | Salud Conectada

Charla: Uso de Software Libre por profesionales de salud | Salud Conectada | Salud y Social Media | Scoop.it
Arrancamos una nueva sección en SaludConectada, en la que vamos a abordar distintos temas relacionados con el uso de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación y su uso por los profesionales de la salud.
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