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Patient Centered Care Must Conform To Patient Values & Cultural Preferences

Patient Centered Care Must Conform To Patient Values & Cultural Preferences | SEO and Social Media Marketing for www.ebookecm.it | Scoop.it
Every definition of patient centered care concludes with the observation that such care must conform to patient values and cultural preferences.

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The Value of Big Data Isn't the Data

The Value of Big Data Isn't the Data | SEO and Social Media Marketing for www.ebookecm.it | Scoop.it
To make the data useful, you need to turn it into a narrative. To do that at scale, you need machines.

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What Happens When You Double Your Tweeting Frequency? | Social Media Today

What Happens When You Double Your Tweeting Frequency? | Social Media Today | SEO and Social Media Marketing for www.ebookecm.it | Scoop.it
What kind of impact on follower growth, interaction and click-through rates can doubling your frequency of sent tweets have? Here's some interesting data:

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Why Americans are dying earlier than their international peers

Why Americans are dying earlier than their international peers | SEO and Social Media Marketing for www.ebookecm.it | Scoop.it
Despite spending more per person on health care, Americans are getting sicker and dying younger than our international peers. (http://t.co/289BqyIl)
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Access to Healthcare and Universal Health Coverage

This film was made in Mozambique in 2012 and examines the barriers many people there face when they try to access healthcare. This film looks at those issues...
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Internet use can reduce fatalistic view of cancer

Many Americans have fatalistic views on cancer prevention -- they believe that getting cancer is a matter of luck or fate.
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Giuseppe Fattori's curator insight, December 12, 2012 1:46 AM

"Reducing cancer fatalism, especially among people with low socioeconomic status, is arguably one of the most important public health goals in the nation," Lee said. "Studying the effect of Internet use on cancer fatalism is important, considering that the Internet has become a new, very crucial source of health information for the American public these days.

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Mobile EHRs Can Make Technology Disappear in the Exam Room

Mobile EHRs Can Make Technology Disappear in the Exam Room | SEO and Social Media Marketing for www.ebookecm.it | Scoop.it

Mobile technology is the future of EHR.

 

According to an article in Becker's Spine Review, 91 percent of physicians are interested in accessing EHRs via mobile devices, and a recent Black Book Rankings survey showed that 83 percent of physicians want to use mobile EHR functionality. So why is it that one-third of physicians still haven’t implemented an EHR much less a mobile solution? The same Black Book Survey showed that while 51 percent of doctors use tablets for some research, only 1 percent feel they are maximizing use of their mobile clinical applications.

 

It doesn’t make much sense when smartphones and tablets are so entrenched in our everyday lives? You can do almost anything on these devices, and you should be using a mobile EHR to document your patient visits. Mobile devices are easy to use and the flexibility allows you to practice what I call heads-up medicine — using technology to engage

patients more not less.

 

This is accomplished by using devices that let you enter data using simple tap-and-swipe gestures while you are talking to the patient instead of diverting your attention with complex navigation at a computer on the other side of the room. In addition, the mobile device allows you to easily share what you are doing with the patient, further involving them in the visit and in their own wellness.

 

The Black Book survey indicated that some physicians are concerned about deficits in using mobile EHRs. The concerns are primarily about screen size and maneuvering in a patient chart on a small screen. These concerns are addressed by solutions today that are optimized for tablets and designed to be easy to use on the smaller format.

 

- See more at: http://www.physicianspractice.com/blog/mobile-ehrs-can-make-technology-disappear-exam-room#sthash.AsJIjSJw.dpuf


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Se la salute passa per la bustarella

Se la salute passa per la bustarella | SEO and Social Media Marketing for www.ebookecm.it | Scoop.it
Secondo Transparency International un italiano su dieci ha dovuto mettere mano al portafogli per ottenere una prestazione sanitaria o per avere qualche agevolazione.

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Lauren Greenfield Wins Key Ruling In Defamation Lawsuit

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After spending two years making the documentary Queen of Versailles, and then another year defending a lawsuit brought by the film's main subject, photojournalist and filmmaker Lauren Greenfield has scored a big legal victory in Florida federal...

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Una buona notizia...

 

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E-Books: Developing Practice for Public Health and Health Promotion eBook

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Depressed Heart Patients Have Worse Outcomes

Depressed Heart Patients Have Worse Outcomes | SEO and Social Media Marketing for www.ebookecm.it | Scoop.it
A few modifiable behaviors appear to explain the relationship between depressive symptoms and poorer outcomes in patients in with coronary heart disease, researchers found.

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