Innovation in Health
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Handle with care: patient-centric market research - PMLiVE

Handle with care: patient-centric market research - PMLiVE | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it
Working with patients to gather insight aimed at transforming brand communications can be a delicate business

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Patients Speak Out on Diabetes Technology (Original Infographic!)

Patients Speak Out on Diabetes Technology (Original Infographic!) | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it
      Late last week we published the detailed results of our big Patient Voices survey, conducted online in September 2013.  Today, we get to unveil our first-ever original DiabetesMine infographic (!

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8 Elements of Total Patient Engagement

8 Elements of Total Patient Engagement | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it
A major trend in healthcare today is the shift to patient engagement. As part of this trend, I did a video interview with Dr. Nick recently where we discussed some of the shifts towards patient eng...

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People Powered Health

People Powered Health | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it
9 April 2013 - One day summit focused on approaches to long term conditions that address the integration challenge, create social value, improve health outcomes and reduce costs.
Rowan Norrie's insight:

We all agree that healthcare models of the future need to change.However, innovation has tended to follow traditional approaches - improved medical devices, new drugs, new technologies.

 

People powered health approach is a vision for health service that involves patients, mobilises untapped resources, and supports patients to actively manage their own health.

 

Download the Nesta report on People Powered Health for more insight.

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The Patient Engagement Framework | National eHealth Collaborative

The Patient Engagement Framework | National eHealth Collaborative | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it

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Rowan Norrie's insight:

Co-creation is a key trend in product development. In healthcare, this usually means getting patients involved. This is an excellent framework to help understand the process from informing patients to actively involving them in managing their health.

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Including patients in digital health design: Two startups share how they've done it

Including patients in digital health design: Two startups share how they've done it | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it

During a Stanford MedX Live panel on healthcare entrepreneurship Tuesday night, someone on Twitter posed an important question: How can we better incorporate the patient’s voice into the development of healthcare IT?


Adrian James is co-founder of Omada Health, a venture-backed digital health company that designed a 16-week diabetes prevention program to help at-risk people develop healthier habits through social support, data tracking, personalized coaching and structured learning. It’s based on the Diabetes Prevention Program, which was tested in a 3,200-subject study and demonstrated that people with pre-diabetes could cut their risk of disease progression by losing weight through exercise and diet changes.


The former designer at IDEO explained that one of the first steps in creating Omada Health was getting user feedback, even before there was a product.


“We literally went out with a single printed piece of paper – it was this concept that we might be able to match people with pre-diabetes into small groups and usher them, in a virtual setting, through this clinical trial,” he said.


Read more: http://medcitynews.com/2014/02/bringing-patients-design-process-heres-two-digital-health-startups/


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PatientView's curator insight, February 26, 2014 12:11 PM

Not only there should be patients supplying user feedback but they should also be incorporated in helping in design and decision making itself - patient co-creation is the wave of the future in healthcare 

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What a hospital room looks like when it's designed around the patient

What a hospital room looks like when it's designed around the patient | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it

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How parents of patients in pediatric hospitals use Social Media to give feedback to doctors and nurses

How parents of patients in pediatric hospitals use Social Media to give feedback to doctors and nurses | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it
To improve patient satisfaction, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children and the University of Michigan Health System rely on parents to take electronic surveys and be virtual advisers.

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Let patients help: the BMJ covers an American ePatient’s learnings | Health Populi

Let patients help: the BMJ covers an American ePatient’s learnings | Health Populi | Innovation in Health | Scoop.it

I emphasize the last sentence written by Peter Lapsley of the BMJ, who notes that British medical schools are placing greater emphasis on doctor-patient communication. Is this the case in U.S. med schools?


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Rowan Norrie's insight:

There are many benefits in getting patients are more involved in their treatment - reduced costs, greater trust, improved input and reduced risk of litigation. Yet many clinicians are still resisting the opportunity to work together with their patients.

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TEDxToronto Talk: How we design devices for patients with chronic diseases

Our healthcare systems are not sustainable. We need to find better ways to help patients help themselves. By introducing truly patient-centred design processes, we can develop new products to help patients with chronic illnesses to help themselves to live well.


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Rowan Norrie's comment, November 16, 2012 4:14 AM
Thnx for shares :)