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24.000 applications santé mobile aux États-Unis

24.000 applications santé mobile aux États-Unis | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Sur plus de 40.000 « apps » santé disponibles sur l'Apple Store, 5% d’entre elles représentent 15% des téléchargements. Mais seules 23.682 sont considérées comme véritablement en rapport avec des sujets médicaux.

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Cancer du pancréas : l'espoir

Cancer du pancréas : l'espoir | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Le cancer du pancréas est un des plus redoutables. A Toulouse, un virus modifié pour détruire spécifiquement les cellules cancéreuses du pancréas a fait ses preuves in vitro et in vivo. La porte est ouverte vers un essai clinique chez l'homme ...

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Plus simple de poser ses questions à internet qu'à son médecin ?

Plus simple de poser ses questions à internet qu'à son médecin ? | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

3 français sur 5 estiment qu’internet est un outil pédagogique qui permet de poser des questions que l’on n’ose pas adresser à son médecin. Donnée édifiante, mais qui doit être développée.

 
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Pourquoi les questions de santé sont-elles posées sur Internet ?

Les avantages des questions médicales posées sur Internet sont nombreux :

  • Rapidité de la réponse par la recherche active
  • Possibilité d’avoir des réponses multiples émanant de différentes sources
  • Respect de l’intimité.

La raison principale évoquée pour la pratique des questions médicales par Internet concerne le fait que les patients n’ont pas envie de poser certaines questions gênantes au médecin qu’ils consultent...

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Roche will use app to track Parkinson’s symptoms in drug trial

Roche will use app to track Parkinson’s symptoms in drug trial | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

The app will be run on Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini phones, given to participants just for the study, and stripped of most other functionality. This will help to facilitate smartphone use in the elderly patient population. Patients will do six 30-second active tests a day on the app, as well as passive monitoring. The six tests consist of a voice test (saying “aaah” for as long as possible), a balance test (standing still), a gait test (walking 20 yards and turning around), a dexterity test (tapping buttons on the touch screen), a rest tremor test (holding the smartphone and counting down from 100), and a postural tremor test (the same as the rest test, but with the hand outstretched).

Investigators will keep watch on a dashboard to make sure each patient does their tests, and will be able to reach out to patients who neglect to do the active tests. The data collected will help investigators gauge the effectiveness of the treatment.


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Télémédecine : l'échange de données de santé est-il autorisé ? | Le Net Expert Informatique - #hcsmeufr

Télémédecine : l'échange de données de santé est-il autorisé ? | Le Net Expert Informatique - #hcsmeufr | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Télémédecine : l’échange de données de santé est-il autorisé ?

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GIE_GERS's curator insight, August 17, 4:10 AM

encore et toujours des questions sur les data de santé .....

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LE MARCHÉ PHARMACEUTIQUE FRANCE – LES POINTS CLÉS – JUIN 2015 #LADATAREFERENCE #hcsmeufr

LE MARCHÉ PHARMACEUTIQUE FRANCE – LES POINTS CLÉS – JUIN 2015 #LADATAREFERENCE #hcsmeufr | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

 

 Les Points Clés - Juin 2015

 

En juin, le chiffre d’affaires du marché remboursable affiche une évolution positive de 2,4%.

 

Cette augmentation est fortement imputable aux 2 jours ouvrés supplémentaires que comprend le mois de juin 2015 par rapport au même mois de l’année 2014.

 

Hors effet jours ouvrés, le marché remboursable aurait affiché une involution de -6,1%. En Cumul Fixe, le marché est en décroissance (-1,2%).

 

Depuis le début de l’année, le Répertoire des génériques n’a pas été impacté par la tombée dans le domaine public de molécules à fort potentiel.

 

L’évolution des médicaments du Répertoire est de -7,4% en chiffre d’affaires : -15,1% pour les princeps et -3,9% pour les génériques.

 

Le taux de pénétration des génériques a gagné 2 points en 6 mois : 76,0% en janvier et 78,1% en juin. 

 

La croissance du marché hospitalier total poursuit son ralentissement avec une évolution au mois de juin de +5,0% en prix tarif.

Si on corrige de l’effet jours ouvrés, le marché aurait même été en involution (-3,7%).

Les médicaments rétrocédables et hors GHS évoluent de +1,8% en prix JO.

 

Pour la première fois depuis des mois, les médicaments « Rétrocédables autres », qui comprennent les produits en ATU et en post-ATU, affichent une évolution négative (-6,1%) liée à la fin de l’effet « bosse » des produits VHC.

 

 

Philippe TCHENG, Président GIE GERS

 

 


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#laDATAreference - CA GERS FRANCE à fin juin 2015 - Bilan du premier semestre 2015 - par Philippe Tcheng - Président du GIE GERS

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Point sur les ventes GERS en FRANCE à fin juin 2015, par Phillippe TCHENG, Président du GERS - GIE 

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Unn point sur le Marché GERS France à fin juin 2015 par le président du GIE_GERS, Philippe TCHENG

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Your Mental Health Could Use a Personal Trainer, Too

Your Mental Health Could Use a Personal Trainer, Too | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

I WOKE UP with a vague sense of dread on Sunday. I’d been on vacation for two weeks, my life totally, blissfully on pause. But I was back, and felt … well, I’m not exactly sure. Anxious? Overwhelmed? Maybe I was just hungry.Normally I would push those feelings aside and go about my day. Classic repression. But I’d recently been given Moodnotes, an app that asks you to record your emotions using the simplest of interfaces: A digital face. And so I gave, let’s call him Mr. Face, the deepest of frowns. The background turned slate grey to match my mood, and I clicked save.“What’s happening at the moment?” the app asked like a worried friend. I typed that I had just returned from vacation and was feeling uncertain about the week ahead. It prompted me to select my feelings (anxious, bored, guilty), then asked if I was falling into a “thinking trap,” therapist parlance for a knee-jerk way of reacting to certain situations.


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The app draws on cognitive behavioral therapy, a form of psychotherapy that draws connections between how we perceive situations and the emotions we feel about them. If you can identify negative thinking patterns, the idea goes, you can change those habits and thus the way you behave and ultimately feel. “Your feelings are actually signaling specific types of thoughts,” Dorian says. “And much like road signs, you wouldn’t just blast through stop signs and red lights; you’d stop to consider what they’re asking of you. You can think of feeling states similarly.”   -  The app walks users through a series of actions, which serve as those road signs. These actions, which begin with manipulating Mr. Face, become progressively more introspective as you progress through the app. “A lot of the heart of doing good cognitive behavioral therapy is being able to thoughtfully and artfully sequence a series of questions to enable people to make their own discoveries,” Erhardt says. The app might ask if you identify thinking traps and afterward follow up by asking if you might be able to think about the situation in a different light.   -   With few exceptions, the app doesn’t force-feed you pre-selected sentiments. Instead it asks you to stop and think about how you’re really feeling, then type that into a text box. “That was one of the more interesting design challenges,” says Alana Wood, a designer at Ustwo. “Normally we design applications to be as cognitively light as possible—this one is very heavy in terms of cognitive effort.” But it’s this intentional struggle that leads to insight and learning, Dorian says. “Sometimes there’s no substitute for eating your fruits and vegetables.” In other words, using Moodnotes is supposed to feel uncomfortable, at least to an extent.

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Engaging patients with rare diseases in online community research

Engaging patients with rare diseases in online community research | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Flexing your approach to online market research to engage patients who are be better connected both in the offline and digital world than expected.There’s a common misconception that the prospect of joining an online research community, for patients suffering with rare diseases, will be a unique enticing and exclusive opportunity for them.  One assumes that they will be isolated and very eager to share their stories and to connect with individuals who’ve had similar experiences to them. We’ve of

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In creating a community for patients with a rare condition, these individuals may already be very well connected both in the offline and digital world.

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Patient engagement and DTC marketing

Patient engagement and DTC marketing | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

KEY TAKEAWAY: 30% of social media users prefer social care to phoning customer service and this is happening across age groups and income brackets: 17% of people older than 55 prefer social media over the telephone for service, and nearly half of people earning more than $200k per year prefer social media over live interactions for customer service.

So how can pharma companies increase their ROI thru social media when the FDA has punted on social media marketing guidelines?

 

First, let’s remember that the most successful social media interactions are personal, genuine, and relevant. This means that pharma needs dedicated social media people who understand what they can and can’t do.  It also means that taking some risk at the expense of engaging people who are tired of being seen as just another nameless patient.

 

According to Harvard Business Review the key steps to engaging people on social media are;

Gather and track the right information. Social media is in effect a massive focus group that can provide intelligence about brand perception, services, competitors, and potentially disruptive trends. It’s easy to be overwhelmed by it all, so companies should prioritize gathering social data that indicate trigger events. These signal the moment when patients are more open to, asking for or filling an Rx for your product.

Put in place processes to act on the insights. Some 72% of people who comment on a brand on Twitter expect an answer within an hour. Pharma has to develop guidelines for how to act when a particular event occurs. For example, someone asking about side effects for a particular drug could be directed to your safety page on your website while others questions can be answered within current FDA guidelines.

 

Measure your engagement.  You can easily use web metrics to measure traffic from your social media interactions using specific URL’s or even coupons with special redemption codes.

Pharma DTC marketers cannot continue to talk TO patients they have to be willing to take some risk to engage them and help them choose treatments.  Yes, there is a risk, but that risk can be managed by using people who understand social media and pharma guidelines.

 


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The role of pharma in the digital world of patient and doctors - PMLiVE

The role of pharma in the digital world of patient and doctors - PMLiVE | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
The role of pharma in the digital world of patient and doctors
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When talking to doctors today, pharma has had to completely re-evaluate its former sales model.

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Facebook reminders help teens control asthma

Facebook reminders help teens control asthma | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

Once again, social media proves its mettle among young people with health issues. Preliminary results of a study of asthmatic teenagers at Boston’s Partners HealthCare found significant improvement in engagement and in symptom control when patients received reminders and encouragement from clinicians and peers via Facebook.

Dr. Joseph Kvedar, vice president of connected health at Partners HealthCare, presented these early findings at the mHealth + Telehealth World conference in Boston this week. Kvedar told MedCity News that Partners is working on publication of the study in a peer-reviewed journal.

Partners Connected Health, formerly known as the Center for Connected Health, teamed up with the Department of Pulmonology at Massachusetts General Hospital and the pediatric asthma group at Partners Community HealthCare to create a private Facebook group for asthma patients aged 14-17. Partners paired the “secret” group, only viewable by invited users and not listed in Facebook search results, with a password-protected website called Connect 2 My ACT, where study participants could take the Asthma Control Test (ACT), a survey intended to measure asthma control.


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HAS - Permettre aux patients d’accéder rapidement aux technologies innovantes grâce au « forfait innovation »

HAS - Permettre aux patients d’accéder rapidement aux technologies innovantes grâce au « forfait innovation » | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
La HAS publie un guide concernant les demandes de prise en charge dérogatoire d’un produit ou d’un acte innovant et met en ligne un espace dédié au forfait innovation. Cette démarche prolonge la loi de financement de la Sécurité Sociale 2015 qui entend rendre ce dispositif plus réactif. L’objectif est de faciliter un accès rapide des patients aux progrès de la médecine.

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[FR] Ubisoft annonce O.zen, une expérience ludique de bien-être connecté

[FR] Ubisoft annonce O.zen, une expérience ludique de bien-être connecté | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

Ubisoft annonce O.zen, une expérience ludique de bien-être connecté pour iPhone et iPad.


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I and my team are so proud. The release of this product we developed during 5 years is officially announced today by Ubisoft.

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« Le numérique permettra au médecin de se consacrer à l'essentiel : l'écoute du patient »

« Le numérique permettra au médecin de se consacrer à l'essentiel : l'écoute du patient » | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

Aide au diagnostic et à la prescription, chirurgie robotique, télémédecine... Le numérique bouleverse la pratique médicale. Et c'est une bonne nouvelle : plus la machine entrera dans l'univers de la médecine, plus celle-ci sera humaine.


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Patients/soignants : une relation solide basée sur l’écoute, parfois un défaut d’explications | Le Quotidien du Medecin

Patients/soignants : une relation solide basée sur l’écoute, parfois un défaut d’explications | Le Quotidien du Medecin | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

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Cancer: une personne sur deux seulement associée au choix du traitement | PsychoMédia

Cancer: une personne sur deux seulement associée au choix du traitement | PsychoMédia | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

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Quels usages éthiques des données de santé en imagerie médicale  ? #hcsmeufr

Quels usages éthiques des données de santé en imagerie médicale  ? #hcsmeufr | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Une fois n'est pas coutume, nous avons choisi, pour ce focus, de donner la parole à Jérôme Béranger, un chercheur sur les questions relatives aux systèmes d'information en santé.

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#hcsmeufr #DATA #SECURITE 

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Données de santé HealthKit : Apple interdit la sauvegarde sur iCloud - #hcsmeufr

Données de santé HealthKit : Apple interdit la sauvegarde sur iCloud - #hcsmeufr | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Après l’interdiction faite aux développeurs exploitant HealthKit pour leurs applis de partager les données collectées, Apple précise à présent que les logiciels stockant les données de santé sur iCloud seront interdits d’App Store.

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apple se mobilise pour les data de santé #hcsmeufr

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Why you should thank your aging brain - Harvard Health

Why you should thank your aging brain - Harvard Health | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
As we age, the brain compensates for slower processing by using more of its capacity for tasks that require reasoning and judgment, and older people perform better at these tasks.

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Important foods to remember to eat & NOT eat before, during & after pregnancy.

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La révolution du médicament imprimé en 3D

La révolution du médicament imprimé en 3D | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
La révolution du médicament imprimé en 3D

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Les maladies rares, un nouvel eldorado pour l’industrie pharmaceutique

Les maladies rares, un nouvel eldorado pour l’industrie pharmaceutique | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Pendant des décennies, l’industrie pharmaceutique a délaissé les maladies rares et orphelines. Mais face aux génériques et à l’expiration de leurs brevets, les grands «labos» y investissent désormais des milliards de dollars pour assurer leurs profits et des relais de croissance.

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En 2014, 17 des 39 médicaments approuvés par la #FDA traitent les #maladies rares et orphelines.

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En 2014, 17 des 39 médicaments approuvés par la #FDA traitent les #maladies rares et orphelines.

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En 2014, 17 des 39 médicaments approuvés par la #FDA traitent les #maladies rares et orphelines.

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En 2014, 17 des 39 médicaments approuvés par la #FDA traitent les #maladies rares et orphelines.

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Digital marketing pharma - Pharmageek

Digital marketing pharma - Pharmageek | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
A resource about connected healthcare, the digital revolution going on and how pharma can helpSource: www.scoop.it

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Motivating seniors to track their health

Motivating seniors to track their health | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it
Approximately one of every three Americans is older than 50, and they're remaining active and living longer. Meanwhile, roughly one in every 10 Americans owns an activity or sleep tracker – while seven out of 10 know what they are. But only one of every four people using an activity or sleep tracker is a senior.

Any guesses as to where the market might be heading?

A new report from the AARP cites the "great promise" that activity trackers hold for the senior market – for which health monitoring is and will continue to be essential. "The quality of their years is just as important as the quantity," the report notes, "and they are searching for tools to help them stay healthy and productive as they age – specifically tools that monitor progress toward wellness goals (steps, distance or elevation walked, for instance) and alert them to negative health developments (such as abnormal glucose or heart rate readings)."

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Should pharma's use of medical conference hashtags be curbed?

Should pharma's use of medical conference hashtags be curbed? | Santé Industrie Pharmaceutique | Scoop.it

A group of scientists and HCPs have published a paper indicating that, through their use of hashtags during medical society conferences, biopharmas and medical device companies exert a disproportionate influence on healthcare providers to promote their products or services instead of sharing unbiased, evidence-based information.

The full analysis with comments (including mine) can be viewed here:
https://thewinnower.com/papers/1476-measuring-the-influence-of-commercial-entities-in-the-twitter-backchannels-of-medical-conferences-the-miceproject

I must admit this aspect of pharma’s Twitter contributions to hashtags is one that I had not fully considered, possibly because I have been far more concerned with encouraging the industry to use social media and engage with HCPs openly. We should not forget that it was only a few years ago that the very first pharmas plucked up sufficient courage and developed appropriate internal guidelines to enable them to contribute to conference hashtags; Boehringer Ingelheim springs instantly to mind.

Yet, most importantly, the analysis raises some critical issues concerning the industry’s apparent power to influence: should its behaviour be curbed or regulated in some way?


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Why Apple Is The Most Important Health Company In The World

Over the past 25 years, almost every industry has been transformed by technology, data, design and collaborative platforms that have made it easier for entrepreneurs and creators to develop and deliver solutions that once lived on the pages of...


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Neurosciences appliquées au Développement Personnel, à la performance professionnelle et la prévention santé

Ce fil conducteur permet donc de relier les 7 grands métiers que nous avons recréés pour vous, afin de vous donner les moyens de transformer votre entreprise en un nouveau monde d'efficacité, adapté à la société moderne, hors du stress, et dans les valeurs de Respect mutuel, de Reconnaissance, de Sincérité et d'Epanouissement de chacun, pour une image clients d'excellence.


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Le chaînon manquant entre la compétitivité de votre entreprise et l'épanouissement de vos salariés.
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