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Guía de usos y estilo en las Redes Sociales de SSPA

Guía de usos y estilo en las Redes Sociales de SSPA | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
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"Documento colaborativo, al más pulo estilo 2.0, en el que se lleva tiempo trabajando y que ya está disponible en su versión 1, y que nos permitirá conocer el funcionamiento de las redes más usuales, y algunos conceptos interesantes, tales cómo: licencias abiertas, marcadores sociales, recomendaciones de uso general..."


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Guía de usos y estilo en las redes sociales.

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Mayo Clinic Surgeons Investigate Use of Drones for Medicine

Mayo Clinic Surgeons Investigate Use of Drones for Medicine | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Ambulance Drone with automatic external defibrillator onboard Commercially available unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, have gotten

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"A drone can be used to deliver blood immediately as soon as a call is received, arriving fresh from a blood bank before the patient even reaches the emergency room. This can allow hospitals to avoid keeping large amounts of blood in stock, in turn reducing the overall demand for it. Moreover, drones are significantly cheaper to use for deliveries compared to helicopters. Since Mayo Clinic’s choppers make about 400 flights a year delivering blood and plasma, each costing thousands of dollars, drones can certainly be doing this job for pennies on the dollar in the near future."

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The healthcare social shakeup (Infographic)

The healthcare social shakeup (Infographic) | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Social media healthcare interaction is on the rise, from hospitals to providers to patients. Check out this infographic which looks at how modern day social tools are impacting patient care.

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OnPage.com HIPAA Compliant Messaging's curator insight, March 25, 9:46 AM

Check out this infographic which looks at how modern day social tools are impacting patient care

Trisha High Bundy's curator insight, March 25, 11:56 AM

Would love to find my health providers on social media!

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Uber: The Big Data Company

Uber: The Big Data Company | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
As I write this column, I am at my office on Main Street in San Francisco. When I’m done here, I’ll head back to my house in the Richmond District to pick up some luggage as I head to SFO. Then I’m off to JFK, my hotel in Midtown, 10 [...]

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Universal Doctor Speaker, traductor médico multilingüe, premio #mHealth en el WSA2015

Universal Doctor Speaker, traductor médico multilingüe, premio #mHealth en el WSA2015 | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Universal Doctor Speaker tiene el objetivo de facilitar la comunicación multilingüe entre pacientes y profesionales sanitarios de cualquier parte del mundo

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Una aplicación móvil que facilita el acceso a los servicios de salud de otros países y mejora la comunicación entre pacientes y profesionales en 13 idiomas diferentes

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Do Cancer Patients Tweet? Examining the Twitter Use of Cancer Patients in Japan

Do Cancer Patients Tweet? Examining the Twitter Use of Cancer Patients in Japan | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

ABSTRACTBackground: Twitter is an interactive, real-time media that could prove useful in health care. Tweets from cancer patients could offer insight into the needs of cancer patients.

Objective: The objective of this study was to understand cancer patients’ social media usage and gain insight into patient needs.

Methods: A search was conducted of every publicly available user profile on Twitter in Japan for references to the following: breast cancer, leukemia, colon cancer, rectal cancer, colorectal cancer, uterine cancer, cervical cancer, stomach cancer, lung cancer, and ovarian cancer. We then used an application programming interface and a data mining method to conduct a detailed analysis of the tweets from cancer patients.

Results: Twitter user profiles included references to breast cancer (n=313), leukemia (n=158), uterine or cervical cancer (n=134), lung cancer (n=87), colon cancer (n=64), and stomach cancer (n=44). A co-occurrence network is seen for all of these cancers, and each cancer has a unique network conformation. Keywords included words about diagnosis, symptoms, and treatments for almost all cancers. Words related to social activities were extracted for breast cancer. Words related to vaccination and support from public insurance were extracted for uterine or cervical cancer.

Conclusions: This study demonstrates that cancer patients share information about their underlying disease, including diagnosis, symptoms, and treatments, via Twitter. This information could prove useful to health care providers.


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EmmanuelGrunenberger's curator insight, March 23, 1:11 PM

An example of observing how patients communicate about their diseases using social media... even in Japan.

Kathi Apostolidis's curator insight, March 24, 8:06 AM

Japanese cancer patients or those tweeting in Japanese may share information about their cancer experience on twitter, as is also the case in USA and

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Canopy Medical Translator - Traducción médica en el punto de atención al paciente

Canopy Medical Translator - Traducción médica en el punto de atención al paciente | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

"Los Institutos Nacionales de Salud de los EE.UU. han desarrollado ‘Canopy Medical Translator’. Se trata de una herramienta gratuita de traducción instantánea que facilita la comunicación entre profesionales de la salud y pacientes..."

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Surgery in the Year 2050

Surgery in the Year 2050 | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
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VIDÉO. Le Big Data, jusqu'où ?

VIDÉO. Le Big Data, jusqu'où ? | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Gilles Babinet, représentant de la France auprès de la Commission européenne, décrit l'explosion des données. Aussi bousculant qu'enthousiasmant.

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Your Health Data | Patients & Families | HealthIT.gov

Your Health Data | Patients & Families | HealthIT.gov | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
RT @ONC_HealthIT: The #bluebutton helps patients get access to their own health data. Read more: http://t.co/fwGmIu1TbR

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LaurentHinard's curator insight, March 16, 6:14 AM

EHR (Electronic Health Records) Infographics from USA.

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App sobre el Cáncer de Colon | El Blog de Bayer

App sobre el Cáncer de Colon | El Blog de Bayer | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Descubre la app para profesionales médicos, cuyo objetivo es ayudar a explicar la enfermedad a los pacientes afectados por cáncer de colon.

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Explica las claves para prevenir los factores de riesgo. - E-HealthReporter.com

Explica las claves para prevenir los factores de riesgo. - E-HealthReporter.com | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

Con el objetivo de empoderar a los ciudadanos, la Fundación Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III (CNIC) presentó El Círculo de la Salud, una aplicación móvil que surgió de la necesidad de enseñarles a los ciudadanos cómo controlar los factores de riesgo cardiovascular.

CNIC pretende promover la salud a través de las TIC, y teniendo en cuenta que la patología cardiovascular es la primera causa de mortalidad en el mundo, pensó en una manera interactiva para promover hábitos más saludables. De hecho, la app busca erradicar seis factores frecuentes y modificables: el colesterol y la diabetes (químicos), la obesidad y la tensión arterial alta (físicos), y el consumo de tabaco y la falta de ejercicio físico (conductuales).


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ChemaCepeda's curator insight, March 16, 11:11 AM

Una app móvil para potenciar la promoción de hábitos saludables a través del juego. ¿Conseguirá hacerse hueco entre personas sanas?

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Big Bang Data en Espacio Fundación Telefónica

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Big Bang Data Espacio Fundación Telefónica

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ResearchKit : Apple potencia HealthKit para dar soporte a la investigación médica

ResearchKit : Apple potencia HealthKit para dar soporte a la investigación médica | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

Con ResearchKit, cualquier usuario de iPhone puede utilizar accesorios de terceros que se sincronicen con HealthKit. Gracias a esto, las investigaciones médicas podrán beneficiarse al compartir los datos de otras mediciones médicas. Apple ha hecho especial hincapié en que este sistema protege y preserva la privacidad de sus usuarios. Ahora será más fácil que nunca conseguir una muestra mayor para la investigación de enfermedades.

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SciCloud 2015: Big Data and Health, hacia una medicina personalizada

SciCloud 2015: Big Data and Health, hacia una medicina personalizada | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

El foro reúne a investigadores, médicos, académicos, representantes institucionales y profesionales que trabajan en el entorno del big data médico.


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Elisa Vivancos's curator insight, March 25, 6:26 AM

Medicina personalizada cada vez más cerca (genómica, transcriptómica, proteómica, metabolómica, etc.)

Nuevos sistemas de clasificación de patologías

Desarrollo de tecnologías y productos en los que se sumen la inteligencia ambiental, teleasistencia domiciliaria y monitorización de tratamientos farmacológicos para personas dependientes.

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Examine the Top Trends in Healthcare Social Media

Examine the Top Trends in Healthcare Social Media | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

Social media is vital for healthcare brands and businesses and they must stay on top of the trends to develop healthy social media strategies. Luckily, a number of new reports have carefully analyzed social media data and discovered important insights that can help in healthcare marketing. To see what’s prescribed for social media success, HealthworkCollective.com shared these helpful health-focused findings.

Face the Force of Facebook
Facebook is the global leader in social media. Consider these stunning statistics from Pew Research Center:

Almost 1.4 billion people worldwide use the network every month.890 million people visit the social media site each day.71% of U.S. Internet users are on Facebook.70% of Facebook users engage with the social network on a daily basis.45% of users engage with the social network multiple times per day.

This remarkable reach makes Facebook essential in a healthcare social media strategy. And with more than half of all online adults ages 65 and older using Facebook, the network is no longer kid’s stuff and is now a targeted tool for connecting with older consumers. If you’ve been holding off on getting your practice on Facebook, don’t delay any longer because you’re missing out on a can’t-miss way to expand and enhance your practice.

Take to Twitter for Real-Time Results
With more than 284 million active global users, Twitter has grown by leaps and bounds and this growth is only bound to continue as the site continues to evolve.  Its defining demographic is under-50, college-educated, and living in urban areas, so it lets a practice position itself to serve the current healthcare needs of users, as well as their growing needs as they age.

Perhaps Twitter’s greatest claim to fame is the site’s real-time delivery that encourages digital dialogue. Patients, physicians, nurses, and health-conscious consumers can all come together on Twitter to chat about care, discuss diseases, talk about treatment, discover doctors, and share personal experiences with the immediate response that healthcare demands. Twitter enables a practice to reach more prospects and patients by reaching out to help them.

Let LinkedIn Work to Your Benefit
Since LinkedIn is a professional social media network, it’s a way to reach college-educated professionals who are seeking respected sources of healthcare. Since the site is used by a wide range of business people, it allows a practice to position itself to many different ages at different stages of life. And the mere presence of a practice on the site imbues it with greater credibility. To leverage your LinkedIn listing, optimize your profile with all of the relevant healthcare keywords to ensure that it appears in a variety of search results.

Move into Mobile STAT
If you thought that mobile was a second-class channel, think again because it’s become the first priority for businesses seeking growth. According to research from We Are Social, there was a 76% rise in mobile app usage last year and that nearly half of Facebook’s 1.89 billion mobile users access the network exclusively on their mobile devices. And, that more and more mobile users are using apps to access social media. In fact, Instagram and Pinterest are two of the five most popular apps. With today’s on-the-go lifestyles and constant demand for digital access, mobile is now a must for connecting consumers with businesses.

For all of these reasons and more, your practice needs an online presence that can be seen by mobile users. This entails optimizing your website to be viewed on all digital devices. Google has started penalizing websites that aren’t mobile friendly and may soon give “mobile friendly” tags that will improve a website’s search rankings. To make sure that your practice is getting the highest possible reach and rankings, it’s vital to optimize your practice’s website for maximum mobile response.

Now that the Web has becomes the way to seek healthcare information, social media is a valuable tool for sharing important information and connecting patients with providers. Make the most of these channels to make the most of your practice.

 


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Proyecto INCA, hacia la planificación proactiva de cuidados

Proyecto INCA, hacia la planificación proactiva de cuidados | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

INCA es un proyecto europeo liderado desde España por la empresa tecnológica IDI Eikon, que busca desplegar una solución tecnológica para afrontar los retos que plantea la implantación y posterior gestión de Programas de Atención a Pacientes Crónicos, ayudando a estos a “cumplir mejor” las instrucciones de los profesionales socio-sanitarios de perfil multidisciplinar que operan a su alrededor.


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ChemaCepeda's curator insight, March 24, 6:26 AM

Hoy traemos al blog un ejemplo de aplicación de la tecnología al ámbito de la salud, concretamente a la atención socio-sanitaria de personas con enfermedades crónicas, algo por lo que se está apostando fuerte durante los últimos años en las distintas estrategias de cronicidad de algunos Servicios de Salud.

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NutriDial : application mobile pour les patients sous dialyse

NutriDial : application mobile pour les patients sous dialyse | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

"A l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Rein,  le laboratoire Sanofi a lancé une application mobile pour les patients sous dialyse : NutriDial. Découverte..."

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The gamification of health may be booming, but is it effective?

The gamification of health may be booming, but is it effective? | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

The health care industry's use of gaming to encourage consumers to adopt healthier habits is growing rapidly, but evidence that such strategies can produce lasting positive health outcomes is lacking.


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E-santé: jusqu’où ira le Big data pour nous soigner ? #hcsmeufr

E-santé: jusqu’où ira le Big data pour nous soigner ? #hcsmeufr | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

 « L'usage des Big Data dans la santé est une révolution, qui va s'imposer et avoir un impact extrêmement structurant sur le système de santé en général », estime le docteur Eric Baseilhac


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Romain DEFOY's curator insight, March 23, 5:51 AM

En fait, dans le domaine de la santé, l’exploitation des données pourraient permettre de supporter la médecine sur divers plans :

 

1. La médecine prédictive : c’est-à-dire prévoir un risque de maladie chez certains patients à partir du génome.Cette médecine prédictive est favorisée par la médecine participative, c’est-à-dire la collecte des données de santé grâce au quantified self.

2. La médecine personnalisée : toutes les données connues grâce à la génétique vont permettre d’adapter les traitements à certains types de patients, en fonction de leur profil génétique.

3. La médecine pertinente : Des algorithmes décisionnels, proposant une ébauche de diagnostic ont été développés. IBM a par exemple conçu le super calculateur Watson qui fournit un premier diagnostic à partir des remarques du praticiens, des notes à partir d’entrevues avec le patient, des antécédents familiaux, des résultats d’analyse…

4. La pharmacovigilance: la collecte à grande échelle par le biais des bracelets connectés par exemple, permettra d’en déduire des données sur les effets secondaires des médicament et de mieux les prévenir.

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ResearchKit : Apple impose la transparence aux chercheurs

ResearchKit : Apple impose la transparence aux chercheurs | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Avec ResearchKit, Apple donne aux chercheurs la possibilité d'intégrer des millions de cobayes à leurs recherches médicales, en conservant un protocole fiable. Mais les

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Tanja Juslin's curator insight, March 23, 3:15 AM

New and easy way of collecting survey data for research.

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Agir thrombose : nouveau site web sur la thrombose veineuse ou artérielle

Agir thrombose : nouveau site web sur la thrombose veineuse ou artérielle | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire Sanofi lance un nouveau site web dédié à la thrombose veineuse ou artérielle : Agir thrombose. Présentation. Pour mieux comprendre la thrombose veineuse et artérielle, le laboratoire...
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App española para la comunicación multilingüe médico-paciente #mhealth

App española para la comunicación multilingüe médico-paciente #mhealth | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Noticias de medicina, salud y calidad de vida en España: Tecnología, Industria, Pacientes, Política, Profesionales, Visa Sana, Opinión, Estética, Empresas

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Searching social networks to detect adverse reactions

Searching social networks to detect adverse reactions | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

Up to 90% of side effects to drugs are not reported, according to some estimates. “Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are grossly under reported by everyone, including healthcare professionals, but particularly so by patients,” says David Lewis, head of global safety at Novartis, who is co-ordinating the involvement of pharmaceutical companies in a €2.3m three-year public-private project called Web-RADR (Recognising Adverse Drug Reactions).


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Ethical implications of data mining by pharma?

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The use of smartphone technology and social media for gathering information on suspected adverse drug reactions (ADRs) is to be evaluated by a new European consortium.


WEB-RADR's founding members include pharma, academics and European medicines regulators like the UK's MHRA and it is funded through the Innovative Medicines Initiative - a partnership between the EC and EFPIA.


The three-year project's goals include developing a mobile app for healthcare professionals and the public to report suspected ADRs to national EU regulators and investigating the potential for publicly available social media data to be used for identifying potential drug safety issues.


WEB-RADR will also make a series of recommendations on how smartphone and social media should be used ethically and scientifically for international drug safety monitoring.

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Health app developers face their biggest obstacle: Privacy regulations

Health app developers face their biggest obstacle: Privacy regulations | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Mobile apps for health care have broken new ground in monitoring, diagnosis, and treatment. Next week, some of the most advanced will be highlighted at the SXSW Accelerator competition.

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Lava Prasad Kafle's curator insight, March 11, 5:13 AM
Health app developers face their biggest obstacle: Privacy regulations | VentureBeat | Health | by Evan Schuman #DIDweknowit  #Deerwalkinc #venturebeat
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UPMC Taps Big Data for Cancer Research, Cardiac Care

UPMC Taps Big Data for Cancer Research, Cardiac Care | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
One of the leading medical centers in the country, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, is finding ways to gather, assimilate and analyze disparate data feeds that previously were difficult to access and aggregate.

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