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IBM's Watson and the future of Healthcare Analytics

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What would it be like to have a doctor who’s always up on the latest research and has learned about treatments from over 1.5 million previous cases? It would look alot like Watson, IBM’s Jeopardy!
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Next: looking beyond the device in digital health

Next: looking beyond the device in digital health | Scooped Things to Read | Scoop.it

Observers of the digital health ecosystem seem addicted to the idea that it is accretive when in truth it is commutative. News of the demise of sleep tracker Zeo, the closure of Google Reader through which many of us have reviewed health news, and the imminent  withdrawalof the best (IMO) version of the best Twitter client through which many health tweet chats have been conducted should hopefully serve to remind us of the transitory nature of digital environments.

Personal health data is certainly going to continue to be collected. It will be at the centre of our genome-informed, personalised medical future.

However, we aren’t going to be collecting it via a panoply of trackers, gadgets, wristbands and glasses.

We no more want external health peripherals than we do a keyboard for a tablet computer. They are extraneous, inconvenient, and will only be used by health hobbyists.

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Art Jones's comment, March 16, 2013 11:21 AM
So if I understand correctly you rebuke the work done by Cisco " "The Inernet of Everything" IBM, and Dr Eric Topol, Really?
Lou Fetscher's comment, March 16, 2013 2:50 PM
Technology that improves patient outcomes at a reasonable price point will survive!
Art Jones's comment, March 17, 2013 8:28 PM
Tour de Force: I hear you and agree on this point - The disruptive technologies on the horizon should be viewed as CATALYST for change, but not the reason for change.
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A Renaissance for US Healthcare – Reflections from HIMSS

A Renaissance for US Healthcare – Reflections from HIMSS | Scooped Things to Read | Scoop.it
To fuel a healthcare renaissance, we must investigate emerging requirements, educate providers on technology options and bring UHF RFID ready-made solutions.
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Health and Wellness Innovation 2013

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The videos for Health and Wellness Innovation 2013!


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Informed Patient Centered Care!!!  The way we need to go - - -

 

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Patient Centered Healthcare- Conditioning Your Culture To Go the Distance

Patient Centered Healthcare- Conditioning Your Culture To Go the Distance | Scooped Things to Read | Scoop.it
Leadership is bound by a healthy balance of strategy and culture. Transformational healthcare systems that focus on patient centered care will need to adopt culture as their formost strategy.
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M*Modal And Intermountain Healthcare Collaborate On Industry’s First Speech-Enabled Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) App For iPhone And iPad

M*Modal And Intermountain Healthcare Collaborate On Industry’s First Speech-Enabled Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) App For iPhone And iPad | Scooped Things to Read | Scoop.it
M*Modal, a leading provider of clinical documentation and Speech Understanding solutions, recently announced an agreement with Intermountain...
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HL7 launches Blue Button CCD tool

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The interoperability group Health Level Seven International (HL7) has released a continuity of care document tool for the Blue Button app that converts existing CCDs into Blue Button ASCII text format.
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The Future of Information-Driven Healthcare by Dell

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Watch Dell's The Future of Information-Driven Healthcare on Livestream.com. Join industry thought leaders in a dynamic conversation about challenges and opportunities on the path to information-driven healthcare.
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Collaborhythm: Empowering Patients to Become Active Participants in Their Care

CollaboRhythm has matured significantly as a result of Health and Wellness Innovation 2013. Here is a video which highlights the latest functionality and philosophy


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Becoming a master in your health, that has a nice sound to it, in the "revolition in health".

 

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Self-Service Kiosks: The Future of Healthcare? | Houston News Online

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Certain routine tasks, from scheduling appointments to checking blood pressure, can be more easily accomplished with the use of a healthcare kiosk. (Self-Service Kiosks: The Future of Healthcare?
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Survey: 76% of Patients Would Choose Telehealth Over Human Contact

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76% of patients would choose telehealth over human contact according to recent survey that highlights the increased trust in telehealth by consumers.

 

Consumer trust in telehealth is growing with 76% of patients choosing access to care over human interaction with their care provider according to a recent survey

 


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Rachel May's curator insight, March 22, 2013 6:28 AM

4. Healthcare

 

Another interesting pictograph on patient preferences in healthcare, indicating that technology is not only becoming more prevalent in our healthcare, but more prevalent in our expectations and preferences of healthcare.

Leonard Kish's curator insight, July 20, 2013 10:53 AM

Are you ready for this providers? Who's going to prepare docs for this new future? I hope med and nursing schools are paying attention.

Mighty Casey's curator insight, July 22, 2013 12:46 PM

And I'm one of them.