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Vente de médicaments à l'unité : c'est parti - La Tribune.fr

Vente de médicaments à l'unité : c'est parti - La Tribune.fr | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Vente de médicaments à l'unité : c'est parti La Tribune.fr La ministre de la santé considère que cela provoque de la pollution lorsqu'ils sont jetés, des gaspillages et de l'automédication lorsqu'ils restent dans les placards.
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Apple cherche à racheter un réseau de cliniques aux Etats-Unis

Apple cherche à racheter un réseau de cliniques aux Etats-Unis | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Au sommaire: Apple serait en pourparlers avec une start-up, qui compte plusieurs établissements médicaux aux États-Unis, pour développer son propre réseau de cliniques. Et après avoir bouclé une levée de fonds de 93 milliards de dollars au mois de mai, SoftBank va lever encore des milliards à investir dans la Tech. - Le regard de Frédéric Simottel, éditorialiste high-tech à BFM Business. - Tech & Co, du mardi 17 octobre 2017, présenté par Sébastien Couasnon, sur BFM Business.

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Survey: 77 percent of Medicare members have used digital health tools

Survey: 77 percent of Medicare members have used digital health tools | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
According to a new survey of 500 Medicare plan members, 77 percent of Medicare beneficiaries have used digital health tools. Yet just nine percent of respondents indicated that their health plan integrated data from those tools. Looking specifically at the 70 percent of beneficiaries with one or more chronic conditions, just eight percent said digital health tool data was used by their health plan. 

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Blood pressure monitors are the top used IoMT devices.

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Nos médicaments seront-ils bientôt imprimés en 3D ?

Nos médicaments seront-ils bientôt imprimés en 3D ? | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Des chercheurs proposent une technique innovante d’impression des médicaments. Cette méthode permettrait aux pharmacies ou aux hôpitaux d’imprimer des pilules personnalisées en fonctio

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FDA Approves First Mobile Medical App for Non-Opioid Substance Abuse

FDA Approves First Mobile Medical App for Non-Opioid Substance Abuse | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

US regulators have approved the first mobile medical application for substance use disorders involving alcohol, cocaine, marijuana and stimulants.


Pear Therapeutics’ Reset app offers cognitive behavioural therapy and is designed to be used alongside outpatient therapy and a widely-used SUD contingency management programme.
Reset works by teaching users skills to increase their abstinence from substance abuse and keep them in outpatient therapy programmes.


The FDA’s approval came on the back of a 12-week clinical trial involving 399 patients on either standard treatment or standard treatment plus a desktop version of Reset.


It showed a statistically significant increase (40.3% vs 17.6%) in adherence to abstinence for patients with alcohol, cocaine, marijuana and stimulant SUD who used Reset.


The trial did not demonstrate the effectiveness of using Reset for opioid abuse and the application is not licensed to treat opioid dependence.


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When I first saw this story, I thought this app also helped patients who are addicted to opioids. I wonder if anything could solve that problem!

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The FDA’s approval came on the back of a 12-week clinical trial involving 399 patients on either standard treatment or standard treatment plus a desktop version of Reset.   It showed a statistically significant increase (40.3% vs 17.6%) in adherence to abstinence for patients with alcohol, cocaine, marijuana and stimulant SUD who used Reset.  The trial did not demonstrate the effectiveness of using Reset for opioid abuse and the application is not licensed to treat opioid dependence.  Carlos Peña, director of the Division of Neurological and Physical Medicine Devices in the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health, said: “This is an example of how innovative digital technologies can help provide patients access to additional tools during their treatment.  “More therapy tools means a greater potential to help improve outcomes, including abstinence, for patients with substance use disorder.”  Reset contains a patient application and clinician dashboard and is indicated as a prescription-only adjunct treatment for patients with SUD who are not currently on opioid replacement therapy, do not abuse alcohol solely or whose primary substance of abuse is not opioids.  However, Pear’s development pipeline does include a version of the app specifically for opioid use disorder, alongside devices for use in areas such as schizophrenia, pain and major depressive disorder.

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Eligo Bioscience lève 20 millions de dollars pour être plus précis que les antibiotiques

Eligo Bioscience lève 20 millions de dollars pour être plus précis que les antibiotiques | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Ce nouveau financement doit permettre à la start-up française de renforcer sa plateforme de bio-médicaments programmables.

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Projet Lucine - Des lunettes pour faire disparaître les douleurs 

Projet Lucine - Des lunettes pour faire disparaître les douleurs  | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
La Nouvelle-Aquitaine ne manque pas de jeunes pousses. Bien au-delà de la délégation de professionnels de la médecine et de santé, la région compte 50 % des entreprises françaises du secteur.

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Hack'tion contre le cancer : un  #hackathon pour améliorer la prise en charge et le parcours patient en #oncologie par @amgenFrance #hcsmeufr #hacktioncontrelecancer

Hack'tion contre le cancer : un  #hackathon pour améliorer la prise en charge et le parcours patient en #oncologie par @amgenFrance #hcsmeufr #hacktioncontrelecancer | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
48h pour relever le défi de la communication patients/soignants

 

Développer des outils digitaux pour faire en sorte que les patients atteints de cancer, hospitalisés, en ambulatoire ou pris en charge à domicile, puissent être continuellement accompagnés, rassurés et suivis par le corps médical, sans redondance ni oubli.


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Hack'tion contre le cancer : un  #hackathon pour améliorer la prise en charge et le parcours patient en #oncologie par @amgenFrance #hcsmeufr #hacktioncontrelecancer

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Fitbit Ionic : la montre sera bientôt un moniteur de glycémie

Fitbit Ionic : la montre sera bientôt un moniteur de glycémie | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Fitbit annonce un partenariat avec Dexcom, un fabricant de capteurs médicaux destinés aux diabétiques.Préparer la Fitbit Ionic à la santé connectée.

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How A.I. Is Creating a Better Patient Experience

How A.I. Is Creating a Better Patient Experience | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

It can be easy to forget when you are in a hospital, but hospitals are businesses and if you need care, you are a customer. The unique nature of hospitals creates dynamics that camouflage that fact - most "customers" would rather not be there, sometimes the customer isn't actually right, and surgeons don't really compete on price - but the fact remains, if you did not like your visit to the hospital down the road, you can leave a negative Yelp review.

Hospitals and health care providers at large, are beginning to take notice of consumer choice. The internet has empowered patients to share their experiences, make recommendations, and guide future patients to institutions they found to be of good quality. Suddenly a problem that has harassed restaurant owners for years has found its way to the desks of hospital CEOs around the country.

How Patient Stories Circulate

Senem Guney is a thought leader in patient experience and the Chief Experience Officer at NarrativeDX. She says the internet has numerous platforms for patients to share their experiences, and they use all of them.

"We live in a very connected world, and today consumers have platforms to express their pleasure and displeasure like never before," says Guney. "There are certainly places like Yelp or RateMDs.com, but there are also online forums and social networks where people share their stories. Bad reviews from patients can do significant damage to a hospital's bottom line."

 

dwindling market share. A paper published in the American Economic Review found that hospital reputation was an important factor in their success. "We find robust evidence that higher performing hospitals--as defined either by the health outcome-based measures or the process of care measures--tend to have greater market share (i.e., more Medicare patients) at a point in time, and experience more growth in market share over time."

How Hospitals Handle Patient Experience

Healthcare, for all the money that flows through it, is shockingly behind technologically. Today, patient experience is measured by a survey called the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (H.C.A.H.P.S.) The embattled survey asks multiple choice questions and aims to establish the quality of the care provided. But because it does not ask every possible question, it misses context and nuance.

As hospitals increasingly connect the dots between patient experience and revenue, they are placing more emphasis on the issue. A recent article in MedCity News suggested hospitals improve their results by investing in better communication technologies, boosting staff engagement, improving transparency, and investing in the work environment.

The author David Betts, a principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP, concluded saying, "Improving the patient experience can help a hospital improve its financial performance by strengthening customer loyalty, building reputation and brand and boosting utilization of hospital services through increased referrals to family and friends."

How Entrepreneurs Can Help

 

Today's CEOs, including hospital CEOs, rarely make decisions without data. That is where entrepreneurs can help. New artificial intelligence technologies allow hospitals to acquire real time feedback from aggregated user reviews online.

"Hospitals should view the online world of user reviews as a massive opportunity to improve their service," asserts Guney. "The sentiments that people openly express online were not nearly as accessible to decision makers even ten years ago. And when collected and analyzed properly, they reveal a wealth of very precise actions hospitals can take to innovate. By leveraging AI and Natural Language Processing, hospitals have access to near-real time information about patient experience. That includes everything from having more blankets available, to having cleaner waiting rooms and less noise in the hallways."

Actionable information is crucial to investing in patient experience solutions that actually make an impact. Using AI and Natural Language Processing, entrepreneurs like Guney are able to provide context that was not previously available.

Aaron Carroll put it this way in the New York Times, "When allowed to choose, patients seem able to discern quality -- as they define it -- and gravitate toward it." Now hospitals can discern how patients really define quality.


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E santé : prêcher dans les déserts #UDNM17 #hcsmeufr

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C’est un événement pour cette rentrée dans le monde de la santé : Vendredi et samedi se tiendront la première Université des déserts Médicaux et

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Cancers : l'INCa change de ton sur la prévention

Cancers : l'INCa change de ton sur la prévention | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
L'Institut national du cancer joue la carte de l'humour pour convaincre les Français de modifier leurs habitudes.

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Déclin cognitif : les serious games stimulent la mémoire. #hcmseufr

Déclin cognitif : les serious games stimulent la mémoire. #hcmseufr | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Grâce à un jeu vidéo, des patients légèrement amnésiques ont amélioré leur mémoire épisodique d'au moins 40 %. 

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Why Amazon invested in this cancer-testing startup founded by a Google exec

Why Amazon invested in this cancer-testing startup founded by a Google exec | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

A health start-up called Grail is developing one of the most ambitious technologies in Silicon Valley.

And Amazon wants a piece of it.

According to two sources familiar, Amazon invested in Grail as a very special kind of future customer for its cloud business.

 

Grail is hoping that its can use deep sequencing technology to detect the earliest signs of cancer in the blood, while it's still treatable. That requires a huge amount of data processing and storage.

That's potentially a huge business for Amazon Web Services.

Reuters reported that the market to store human genetic data is expected to be worth $1 billion by 2018. By 2025, an anticipated 100 million and 2 billion human genomics could be sequenced, according to a 2015 report. Biologists have long-anticipated that the computing resources to handle all that data would outweigh Twitter and YouTube.

Grail's test will not be commercialized in the U.S. for years -- it is aiming for 2019 -- but it will be dabbling in huge data-sets well before then.

It needs to run large-scale clinical studies to demonstrate to industry stakeholders that its technology is both sensitive and accurate. Hundreds of thousands of people will need to be sequenced for each of these studies. And the genomes will need to be securely stored somewhere.

Amazon's investment, initially reported earlier this year, was a little surprising. The e-commerce and cloud services leader doesn't typically bet on start-ups in the regulated life sciences sector. Moreover, Grail CEO Jeff Huber, was a long-time executive at Google, an Amazon rival. (Google also invested in an earlier fund-raising round for Grail through GV, its venture arm, now a division of Google holding company Alphabet.)

But these companies are "positioning themselves for something they think will be big," said Zamin Iqbal, who leads a computational genomics research group at the European Bioinformatics Institute.

Iqbal doesn't expect revenues to be significant yet, in part due to privacy concerns and lack of uptick for whole genome analysis from health providers.

But that could all change in the coming years. "The future of genomics is likely to involve the cloud heavily," he continued.

Another factor that drew Amazon into the deal was Grail's presence in Asia, the people said. In March, the company merged with a blood diagnostics company in China. Amazon Web Services has announced it plans to open a new data center "region" in Hong Kong in 2018.

 


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Detecting cancer and other diseases in blood, other body fluids, such as sweat, and tomorrow in microbiome patterns, is the new holy grail.
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#Hacktioncontrelecancer : entre tendances et convergences pour améliorer la communication patient/soignant en cancer #hcsmeufr #esante #pharma

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#Hacktioncontrelecancer : entre tendances et convergences pour améliorer la communication patient/soignant en cancer #hcsmeufr #esante #pharma

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The Imminent Digital Health Revolution

The Imminent Digital Health Revolution | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Preventative and therapeutic care will be driven by predictive analytics, but engineers must first transform the complex data into beneficial insights.

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Florian Morandeau's curator insight, October 5, 2:33 AM

Digital health: The challenges of transforming complex data into beneficial insights.

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The Future of Healthcare is the aggregation of big data, the blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, mobile devices and of course, in the near term, humans have a roll in the process too.

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This 'breakthrough' protein glue could save lives in emergencies

This 'breakthrough' protein glue could save lives in emergencies | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

Australian and American biomedical engineers have developed a stretchy surgical glue that rapidly heals wounds, a "breakthrough" that has the potential to save lives in emergencies, its designers say.

 

The injectable glue, MeTro, is based on a naturally occurring protein called tropaelastin. It is applied directly to the wound and is then activated with UV light to form a complete seal, eliminating the need for staples or stitches. Its elasticity means it's designed to work well on shape-changing internal organs like the lungs and heart.

 

A study published in journal Science Translational Medicine showed the glue quickly and successfully sealed incisions in the arteries and lungs of rodents and the lungs of pigs.


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An emergency fix that really stick to yah!/What's gluing in health tody? 

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Une impressionnante vidéo de neurochirurgie à 360 degrés

Une impressionnante vidéo de neurochirurgie à 360 degrés | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Un hôpital londonnien a, pour la première fois, publié une vidéo d'une impressionnante opération de neurochirurgie à 360 degrés.

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Voix des patients : La e-santé pour faire évoluer la relation patient-médecin vers un réel partenariat 

Voix des patients : La e-santé pour faire évoluer la relation patient-médecin vers un réel partenariat  | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Les révolutions technologiques qui bouleversent l’univers de la médecine suscitent bien des inquiétudes. Pourtant, elles sont aussi gages d’une meilleure prise en charge des patients. A condition de ne pas oublier l’essentiel, à savoir l’humain ! Le Dr Jean Gabriel Jeannot tente, en moyenne une fois par semaine, par le biais de son blog, d’aider …

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E-santé : comment seront dépensés les 9 milliards d'euros d'investissement ? 

E-santé : comment seront dépensés les 9 milliards d'euros d'investissement ?  | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
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Gamification of medical education: Choose Your Own Medventure

Gamification of medical education: Choose Your Own Medventure | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

More and more health care practitioners are turning to social media for their medical education. Fellows are learning ultrasound from Snapchat, nurses are learning how to insert NG tubes from watching YouTube, and learners are learning pathophysiology from blogs and podcasts. To reach this audience with credible and reliable content, it is important for medical educators to be present where the learners are, and that means social media.

Users are also looking for entertaining ways to learn and engage with content. “Gamification” is a technique used making activities fun as well as beneficial by turning that activity into a game. Studies have found that gamification increases learner engagement, improves knowledge absorption and retention, and enhances the overall learning experience for all age groups. This strategy applies to medical education as well.

 

Many of us (myself included!) have fond memories of the Choose Your Own Adventure series by Jay Leibold from the 1980’s. Thus summer, Sarah Lascow did a piece in Atlas Obscura on how the author mapped out his stories. Fascinating graphic description of how these books were put together. A couple of days later, I saw a scenario that @NasMaraj posted on Twitter called “Intruders.” It was simple thread, but a clever idea. And I thought, this would be a fantastic tool for medical education! So on a long flight to Alaska, I put a case scenario together using the Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Guidelines and mapped it out on paper. Then I spent about an hour or so tweeting and linking the tweets.

 

 

The response to these scenarios has been amazing. The first scenario had more than 11,000 interactions within the first few days, with hundreds of positive comments from doctors, nurses, and trainees thanking me and telling my how much they liked them. That’s been incredibly gratifying! Amy Coopes (@coopesdetat) helped me coin a name & hashtag for them: #ChooseYourOwnMedventure. Since then, I’ve published four different scenarios and collected them in a Twitter Moment.


 
 
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Making these threads is not hard, but it can be time-consuming in the beginning. But I’ve learned a few things that may be helpful to others looking to do this. First, I would suggest mapping each tweet out ahead of time analogue style with paper! Plan how each tweet should link to the others, because once you start, you’ll need to refer back to that map, so you don’t get lost. There are two ways that tweets connect in these scenarios: by replying to the one above it, and by starting a whole new thread and copying the link to that new thread into another thread. This is key. Starting new threads and copying the link into a reply into another thread allows the user click down new pathways, and hop back and forth between the threads for the “Click here if you choose…” options. If you simply reply to the tweet above or don’t link the tweets at all, the scenario will not display correctly for people trying to “play” the game.




Take a look at this example. In my plan, each tweet is in its own text box. I’ve used bold font to indicate the start of a new thread, a black arrow to indicate a reply to the tweet, and a blue arrow to indicate that I’m copying the link to that tweet.

So the thread starts off with the tweet “You are called to the bedside …” The next tweet (“Your initial impression …”) is a reply to the first tweet. And the third tweet (“You decide to …”) is a reply to the 2nd tweet. To set up the choices, you start a new thread for each of the two choices “You decide to do your job …” and “If you choose to grab a donut …” Then you need to copy the link for each of these new tweets in a reply to the tweet that asks for your choices. Once this is done, you can proceed to expand the threads for each of the choices by replying to the first tweet in that thread. As you can see from this graph, this trick about copying the link for the tweet, and pasting it into a reply a tweet can enable you to hop around between threads.

Be sure to test out your threads as you’re laying it out. It is very easy to make mistakes! Think about including photos, graphs or links that might be useful for education. Also be aware that your timeline will appear very disjointed while constructing these scenarios, but should work well if you start at the beginning.

 

Hopefully, this will inspire you to do one of your own! Innovation of teaching tools that engage the learner is crucial in today’s medical education environment. The Choose Your Own Adventure style scenarios have been fun to make, fun to use and easily adaptable for a variety of medical scenarios. Good luck.

Chris Carroll is a pediatric critical care physician and can be reached on Twitter @ChrisCarrollMD.


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Health and Social Media: Perfect Storm of Information

Health and Social Media: Perfect Storm of Information by Fernández-Luque L, Bau T. Healthcare Informatics Research. 2015;21(2):67-73. https://www.ncbi.nlm.n

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Un nouveau "stylo" médical peut détecter des cellules cancéreuses en quelques secondes

Un nouveau "stylo" médical peut détecter des cellules cancéreuses en quelques secondes | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
"La pertinence générale sur les quatre types de cancer est de 96 %", ajoute Jialing Zhang, auteur principal de l'étude, à Seeker. "C'est enthousiasmant pour toute notre équipe."

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Pharmaceutical Landscape on Social Media

Pharmaceutical Landscape on Social Media | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

Many pharmaceutical companies have been cautious about their social media presence. However, that’s no surprise given the advertising restrictions and potential minefields of discussing prescription medicine in an uncontrolled environment. This report looks at how 16 companies have embraced social media and the trends that have emerged in the industry over the last five years.

 

Due to the restrictions imposed upon the industry by the FDA, we found that pharmaceutical companies have split their social media presence into four independent silos (see image).

 

On Facebook, pharmaceutical companies saw growth from both Corporate pages and Career pages. The high growth of the Careers pages is perhaps an indicator of the low number of total Fans these pages have. As for the Corporate pages, the high growth rate suggests that this silo was a very important channel for pharma brands in 2016.

 

On Twitter, pharmaceutical companies struggled to increase Follower growth throughout 2016. The Branded portals’ handles were the biggest drivers of Follower growth mostly due to the comparatively low number of Followers. Just like on Facebook, the OTC Brand handles didn’t register any significant growth. This could be due to companies refocusing their efforts in other silos.

 

Further Reading:

“PharmaGuy's Social Media Compendium ”; http://bit.ly/pgsoccat
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E santé : prêcher dans les déserts #UDNM17 #hcsmeufr - Pharmageek

E santé : prêcher dans les déserts #UDNM17 #hcsmeufr - Pharmageek | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Les 8 et 9 septembre 2017 se tiendra la première université des déserts médicaux et numériques.. un rendez vous essentiel dans la santé et la esanté

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Santé connectée: après l'acquisition de Withings, Nokia investit la relation patient-médecin #hcsmeufr

ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX (TICpharma) - Le groupe finlandais Nokia a lancé le 20 juin sa gamme d'objets connectés et d'applications mobiles de santé, issue de l'acquisition du fabricant français Withings, qui comprend la plateforme Patient Care proposée au professionnels de santé pour le suivi à distance des patients.



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