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Antropologia del networking: ecco le abitudini "social" degli italiani online e offline | Data Manager Online

Antropologia del networking: ecco le abitudini "social" degli italiani online e offline | Data Manager Online | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
LinkedIn e Ipsos hanno realizzato una ricerca per esplorare le tendenze e le abitudini degli italiani nel fare networking, come cioè noi italiani ci creiamo una cerchia di relazioni potenzialmente utili da un punto di vista professionale, come le ...
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Al Sud si usa per costruire delle relazioni. Al nord per cercare lavoro.

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Top 5 pharma marketing trends in 2014

Top 5 pharma marketing trends in 2014 | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
“ Approaching end of the year experts have two options to choose. The first and a safer one is to summ...”
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Health care through the lens of a technology entrepreneur

Health care through the lens of a technology entrepreneur | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
Health care is already marching toward a path where it never be the same again.
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"What continued to remain was the curiosity, confidence, enthusiasm, and optimism that health care and medical care could be even better and the willingness of entrepreneurs to fix a problem and build a business around it."

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Qualcomm Goes Mobile With Its 2net mHealth Platform

Qualcomm Goes Mobile With Its 2net mHealth Platform | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
Qualcomm Goes Mobile With Its 2net mHealth Platform Wireless Week SAN DIEGO - Qualcomm today introduced 2net Mobile, a new version of its mHealth platform designed to aggregate disparate medical data and health sensor information into one...
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The 2net Mobile software module consists of the 2net mobile core that communicates with biometric sensors and, in turn, interfaces with the 2netmobile application user interface. 

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The Emergent Discipline of Health Web Science

The Emergent Discipline of Health Web Science | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
The Emergent Discipline of Health Web Science
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Web 3.0, Cloud computing, BIg Data.

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iPad Applications in the Healthcare Industry | HealthWorks Collective

iPad Applications in the Healthcare Industry | HealthWorks Collective | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
While many industries have embraced iPad apps, their features and raw power, the healthcare industry has been relatively slow to adopt this technology. ("iPad Applications in the Healthcare Industry: Fad or Future?

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Social Media Explained With Healthcare [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social Media Explained With Healthcare [INFOGRAPHIC] | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it

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Infographic: The Current State of EHR

Infographic: The Current State of EHR | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
The Electronic Health Record (EHR) is defined as a longitudinal electronic record of patient health information generated by one or more encounters in any care
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"The Electronic Health Record (EHR) is defined as a longitudinal electronic record of patient health information generated by one or more encounters in any care delivery setting. Included in this information are patient demographics, progress notes, problems, medications, vital signs, past medical history, immunizations, laboratory data and radiology reports. The EHR automates and streamlines the clinician’s workflow."

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Winning the Battle for Consumer Healthcare: Science Versus the Marketers

Winning the Battle for Consumer Healthcare: Science Versus the Marketers | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
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"This paper is the first in a series on the fight between consumer goods and pharmaceuticals for an emerging new market. One industry is strong in marketing; the other shines in science. Which will win?"

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Cloud, punti di vista molto diversi tra USA ed Europa

Cloud, punti di vista molto diversi tra USA ed Europa | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
Lo studio “The TechInsights Report 2013: Cloud Succeeds. Now What?” realizzato da Luth Research e Vanson Bourne per CA Technologies, di cui abibamo già...
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Negli USA il 55% dei manager utilizza il cloud da tre o più anni, contro il 20% dei loro colleghi europei e solo il 13% degli italiani.

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Ensure successful health IT project management with these 10 tips - TechTarget

Ensure successful health IT project management with these 10 tips
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These items must be defined and observed as standard practice when taking on any project.

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How to build online engagement with health care communities

How to build online engagement with health care communities | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it

Health-related research is among the top three online activities worldwide. In the United States alone, more than 100 million Americans per year will visit health-related sites such as WebMD, Familydoctor.org, Healthfinder.gov, and CNN Health, among thousands of others. Within the massive ecosystem of health-related content websites, community-based sites are critical sources of trusted information for patients and caregivers. They offer a single spot for multiple stakeholders ’ including marketers ’ to interact with and contribute content to the community. And that’s where marketers need to get smart.

 

The customer journey of trust

Online engagement is usually modeled in relation to the customers’ journey. When creating this life cycle journey, consider your ’degrees of trust’ for content categories at each stage.

For example, a diabetes care provider may consider the customer life cycle to be:

SymptomDiagnosisTreatmentUse

 

A layered content strategy

 

Many health care organizations are adept at creating, optimizing, and disseminating personalized content to specific targets. Yet, social media has changed the landscape in so many ways, and in health care, in particular, it elevates the role bloggers and other online influencers play in the information value chain.

 

A patient is highly influenced by these independent players when weighing treatment options and purchase decisions. While it is not entirely credible for a health care provider to provide, for example, a product comparison, a layered content strategy can enable a third party to supply information indirectly on your behalf.

 

Be very conscious about how to approach and engage with third parties, however. Bloggers are obliged, sometimes required, to be transparent about their associations with health care companies.


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Big Data and its Impact on Industry (Example of the Pharmaceutical ...

While we bemoan the ever increasing data tsunami new technologies allow to harvest the gold nuggets in the hay stack. Using the example of the Pharmaceutical In
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The global information explosion does not exclude the medical community.

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Bringing Mobile Capabilities to the…Desktop?

Bringing Mobile Capabilities to the…Desktop? | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
The demand for patient-centric tools to mobilize EMR and medical device data in a single viewer is obvious. All the major providers I talk to, including Dignity Health and Ardent Health, already ha...
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How data-driven solutions can transform health

How data-driven solutions can transform health | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it

Over the past few decades, the relationship between health, data and technology has dramatically evolved, and has increased access to information about health issues.

 

As a result, individuals, communities and companies are becoming more knowledgeable and are better equipped to make healthier choices.  At the center of this profound shift is what many have referred to as the Quantified Self movement, which aims to use technology to monitor and collect data about various aspects of daily life including behavior, mood, and health. At the same time, the utilization of “big data” is providing academics, institutions and governments with better tools to inform macro-level decisions regarding health policy and access.

 

Today, wearable personal tracking devices have taken self-monitoring to the next level, allowing individuals to track fitness, rest and eating habits, which may be used to make lasting behavior changes. Building on the insights of early health monitors for diseases like diabetes and hypertension, today’s devices offer such advantages as speed, accessibility and affordability.

 

By using these tools to monitor trends and fluctuations, people might choose to ingest fewer calories, take the stairs more often or coordinate their schedules to get more REM sleep.

 

Just as tracking devices and the Quantified Self movement can inspire personal behavior change, parallel collections of large data sets may be effective in solving health crises at a macro level. Academics, for instance, have found that big data has the potential for vastly improving public health. From using air quality data to gain insight into the incidence of respiratory disease, to gathering information on social and sexual networks to predict the spread of infection, there are numerous ways in which big data can be used to create innovative solutions to widespread health problems.

 

This data revolution has already started to take effect with the rise of digitized databases and medical records, which make it easier for health care companies and organizations to analyze information from disparate sources.  A recent McKinsey & Company reportdiscusses the utility of big data for a variety of stakeholders within the health care system, including individuals, providers and payers. Addressing these critical areas becomes easier with smart use of data, ultimately improving health outcomes and the efficiency of health care.


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GSMA mHealth Grand Tour Highlights How Mobile Technology Could Help Prevent 5 Million People In The EU From Developing Diabetes.

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"There are 55 million people living with diabetes in Europe1 and about 10 per cent of the overall EU annual healthcare expenditure is being spent on diabetes"

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IDC: Second Phase of Cloud Computing Will be Solution and User-driven

IDC: Second Phase of Cloud Computing Will be Solution and User-driven | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
While only 38 percent of organizations leverage cloud services, worldwide spending on public IT cloud services continues to grow and is expected climb to over $107 billion in 2017, says IDC.
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According to IDC, by 2017, public IT cloud services will drive 17 percent of IT product spending.

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modelH update: Healthcare Value Propositions !

modelH update: Healthcare Value Propositions ! | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it

modelH is a co-creation forum dedicated to building an open source business model canvas for the US healthcare system. We just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplan and Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas?

We just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplan and Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWe just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplan and Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWe just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplanand Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWe just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplanand Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWe just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplan and Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWe just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplan and Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWe just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplanand Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWe just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplan and Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpuf

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We just wrapped up our fifth business building block sprint on Value Propositions, which was done in concert with the sprint on Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A value proposition is a fundamental part of any business strategy. As explained by Kaplan and Norton, “strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.” The question before us was, how do we treat the identification and evaluation of Value Propositions in our healthcare business model canvas? - See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpuf


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What is next? We are in the final stages of finishing up a project sprint on Key Behaviors — those activities that the Customer Segment must do in order to complete their Jobs-To-Be-Done and realize your Value Proposition. Interested in what we are doing? Step up to the plate and get involved ...

What is next?

We are in the final stages of finishing up a project sprint on Key Behaviors — those activities that the Customer Segment must do in order to complete their Jobs-To-Be-Done and realize your Value Proposition

- See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpufWhat is next?

We are in the final stages of finishing up a project sprint on Key Behaviors — those activities that the Customer Segment must do in order to complete their Jobs-To-Be-Done and realize your Value Proposition

- See more at: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2013/08/15/modelh-update-healthcare-value-propositions/#sthash.csLxgg95.dpuf
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Clinician use of mobile devices continues to climb

Clinician use of mobile devices continues to climb | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
Clinicians continue to adopt mobile computing devices at a rapid rate this year, with nearly 90 percent expected to use smartphones in 2014 and almost as many using tablets.
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The security of electronic medical records

The security of electronic medical records | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
For every advance in electronic health records, there is a darker side of how to safeguard the information.
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Winning the Battle for Consumer Healthcare: Mobilizing for Action

Winning the Battle for Consumer Healthcare: Mobilizing for Action | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
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"Many factors—consumer awareness of health issues, higher personal incomes, more focus on fitness, and the urbanization of emerging economies, just to name a few—have combined to create a new market for healthcare products. And the world's leading pharmaceutical and consumer goods companies are eager to do battle for this new market's seemingly unlimited potential."

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The Use of Social Media (Tools) in Clinical Research Collaboration

These are the supporting slides from a talk by Joel Selzer at the Society of Clinical Research Associates conference on "Harnessing Social Media to Advance Clinical Research"


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Mindy M Walker's curator insight, August 7, 2013 2:36 PM

Good presentation of ideas about using #socialmedia in the clinical research environment.

Rowan Norrie's curator insight, August 8, 2013 5:08 AM

Great presentation on how social media tools can be utilised to support collabortion and present a personalised view of the results.

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How Computer Clouds Could Help Cure Cancer

How Computer Clouds Could Help Cure Cancer | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
The National Cancer Institute is funding pilot computer clouds that will help researchers crack cancer’s genetic code.
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MHealth apps can drive patient engagement for physicians

MHealth apps can drive patient engagement for physicians | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
MHealth apps are powerful tools revolutionizing patient engagement and provide a unique opportunity to improve certain clinical outcomes.

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7 Reasons Healthcare Providers Should Monitor Social Media

7 Reasons Healthcare Providers Should Monitor Social Media | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
Social media and the prominence of digital and mobile technologies in our everyday lives present healthcare professionals with a big opportunity.
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diaTribe | Research & Product News For People With Diabetes

diaTribe | Research & Product News For People With Diabetes | Process and Technologies for IT Healthcare | Scoop.it
Have you read the latest DiaTribe issue? Great stuff for anyone living with type 1 diabetes. http://t.co/pOLozYDOYu @diatribenews

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Ellen H Ullman, MSW's comment, August 1, 2013 3:01 PM
My pleasure. Thank you for the rescoop :)