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Health Future Show : explorer le futur de la santé

Health Future Show : explorer le futur de la santé | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La 2e édition de l'évènement THE HEALTH FUTURE SHOW se déroulera à Marseille le 30 novembre prochain. Un évènement dont Buzz E-santé est partenaire.
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Pierre Fabre et Microsoft lancent le premier « IA Santé Challenge » en France

Pierre Fabre et Microsoft lancent le premier « IA Santé Challenge » en France | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
A l'occasion de la 28ème édition du Festival de la Communication Santé, les Laboratoires Pierre Fabre et Microsoft organisent le premier IA Santé Challenge.
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Nokia lance la montre analogique connectée Steel HR

Nokia lance la montre analogique connectée Steel HR | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Nokia enrichi sa gamme d'objets connectés avec le lancement d'une montre analogique connectée : la Nokia Steel HR. Découverte.
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Isa SIMON's curator insight, November 21, 4:19 AM
Encore une montre!?
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Comprehensive report from @iqvia / quintilesIMS : The Growing Value of Digital Health

Comprehensive report from @iqvia / quintilesIMS : The Growing Value of Digital Health | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

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La e-santé se cherche un cadre réglementaire en Algérie - Actualité - El Watan

La e-santé se cherche un cadre réglementaire en Algérie - Actualité - El Watan | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La e-santé se cherche un cadre réglementaire en Algérie -
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VIDÉO - Le premier médicament électronique vient d'être autorisé aux Etats-Unis, et il pose question

VIDÉO - Le premier médicament électronique vient d'être autorisé aux Etats-Unis, et il pose question | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Actualités SANTÉ : SANTÉ - Ce nouveau dispositif permet de contrôler à distance la bonne prise d'un traitement par les patients souffrant d'une maladie mentale. Cependant, il pose des questions quant au respect de leur vie privée.
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Lancement du challenge E-pocrate 2017 !

Lancement du challenge E-pocrate 2017 ! | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Pour la troisième année consécutive, la société Agorize organise le challenge d’innovation en ligne dans le domaine de la santé : le Challenge E-Pocrate.
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Isa SIMON's curator insight, November 14, 1:17 PM
Un super challenge!
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Professeur Fizzgobble : nouvelle application pour expliquer la SEP

Professeur Fizzgobble : nouvelle application pour expliquer la SEP | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire Novartis met à disposition une nouvelle application mobile pour expliquer la sclérose en plaques (SEP) aux enfants : Professeur Fizzgobble.
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Isa SIMON's curator insight, November 13, 6:22 AM
Un nouvelle application du laboratoire Novartis, la SEP expliquée aux enfants.
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Plasidia, la plate-forme de télémédecine personnalisée pour les diabétiques

Plasidia, la plate-forme de télémédecine personnalisée pour les diabétiques | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Pour améliorer le suivi et la prise en charge des millions de malades en France, le Centre européen d'étud
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Helene Decourteix's curator insight, November 17, 3:06 AM
la sécurité sociale expérimente une plateforme de suivi des diabétiques.
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Digital Technology and the Future of Cancer Care

Digital Technology and the Future of Cancer Care | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

Smartphones and digital technology have become essential tools in our personal and professional lives. So it’s a natural next step that these technologies are being used to improve health care, too.

Mina S. Sedrak, M.D., M.S., an oncologist in the Department of Medical Oncology & Therapeutics Research at City of Hope, shared his high-tech vision for the future of cancer care.

NEW COMMUNICATION LANDSCAPE

It’s clear that our communication landscape has shifted in the last decade. From the evolution of email and listservs to blogs and social networking sites, modern society has embraced a digital, connected way of life.

“The rapid pace of new electronic and mobile health technologies has opened up enormous opportunities for participative communication,” said Sedrak – “a type of communication that enables users to interact, create, write and exchange information with each other.” Unlike traditional modes of communication such as radio or print media that provide one-way transfer of knowledge, these new tools offer the opportunity to connect with larger audience and allow them to generate, share and discuss ideas and content in unprecedented ways.

Mina S. Sedrak, M.D., M.S.

Sixty-nine percent of American adults report using some type of social media site today, which is up from 5 percent in 2005. “Cancer patients and their loved ones are increasingly using social media to interact with each other and with oncology professionals, form communities, and receive and obtain credible information about their health or that of their loved ones,” Sedrak said.

“But how the public communicates about a complex topic such as cancer on sites like Twitter or Facebook remains unclear, and whether there is value or direct application from these new modes of communication to influence the public’s knowledge, health behaviors and outcomes is unknown.”

SOCIAL NETWORKS AND CLINICAL TRIALS

How could a smartphone improve cancer care? Sedrak pointed to clinical trials as one great example. Clinical trials are essential for testing new cancer therapies, turning scientific discoveries into new and better treatments.

“Only 3 or 4 percent of adult cancer patients participate annually in therapeutic clinical trials,” Sedrak said. However, studies show that when the public is better educated about a medical condition, patients are more likely to enroll in clinical trials.

Sedrak hopes to learn more about how people share information related to cancers and clinical trials on sites like Twitter. Then health care organizations and health advocacy groups can craft their messages to deliver accurate information to people who could benefit, he added.

WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY

Sedrak also sees promise for tech devices you can wear. There’s been a surge in popularity of wearable health tracking devices, such as bracelets or watches that monitor a person’s activity levels or record stats such as heart rate and sleep habits.

If doctors and health researchers could tap into that data, he said, it would give them a new view into what patients do outside the doctor’s office.

“Imagine if I can gather the number of steps that a patient walks to understand her functional performance status, or her heart rate, blood pressure and blood glucose levels.… How much more of that information could be valuable in understanding her disease, her response to treatment, and could those data points help improve the care I can provide her?” Sedrak said.

While there are still questions how best to use these technologies to improve cancer care, Sedrak said he’s excited about the possibilities.

“We hope that our research insights would allow us to design targeted interventions that use technology, such as digital electronics and social media, to promote better cancer care for our patients, both at City of Hope and across the country,” he said.


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Efficacité du e-coaching nutritionnel chez les patients diabétiques de type 2 avec obésité abdominale

Efficacité du e-coaching nutritionnel chez les patients diabétiques de type 2 avec obésité abdominale | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Une étude associant le centre de recherche des Cordeliers (Inserm/Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris Diderot, Université Paris Descartes) montre qu’un e-coaching nutritionnel -programme automatisé d’accompagnement nutritionnel- améliore les habitudes alimentaires et l’équilibre glycémique de patients diabétiques de type 2 avec obésité abdominale.
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More surgeons rely on social media to learn about new techniques, practices 

More surgeons rely on social media to learn about new techniques, practices  | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

More and more surgeons are turning to social media platforms not only to connect with their peers but also to share experiences on new techniques and practices.

 

Facebook and Twitter are just two of the platforms that surgeons are using to replace face-to-face interactions, write assistant professors from Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety & Quality, Tufts University School of Medicine and the University of Michigan in a piece for Harvard Business Review.

The medium offers learning opportunities to further surgical education as the practice of surgery continues to evolve, the authors say.

 

Indeed, their study in the August issue of the Annals of Surgery on how robotic surgeons used a closed-membership Facebook group found that surgeons post the most and comment more on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday than other days. This suggests that the surgeons have incorporated the social media group into their weekly workflow rather than using it on weekends when they have more free time, the authors say.

Surgeons who use the social media platforms say that it allows them to hear from other experts in the field and helps them learn about surgical techniques and options that they may not have considered.

 

The authors say that hospital and healthcare system leaders should embrace the potential of the medium to augment in-person learning opportunities.

 

Peter Alperin, M.D., vice president of connectivity solutions at Doximity, the largest secure medical network, with more than 70% of all U.S. physicians as members, also wrote in a recent piece for Hospital Impact that many physicians have found that they’ve been able to expand their referral network to specialists by making use of networking on social media.

“Ultimately, partnerships like this allow physicians to share their expertise and help patients connect to the best treatments available, which is a win for both physician collaboration and patient outcomes,” Alperin says.


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OncoSnipe : projet d'intelligence artificielle par Unicancer et Oncodesign

OncoSnipe : projet d'intelligence artificielle par Unicancer et Oncodesign | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le groupe Oncodesign et Unicancer lancent officiellement un nouveau projet basé sur l’intelligence artificielle pour lutter contre le cancer : OncoSnipe.
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ECNi chinois : Un robot réussit le concours - L’IA médicale est déjà meilleure que vous

ECNi chinois : Un robot réussit le concours - L’IA médicale est déjà meilleure que vous | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
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E-santé : le digital pourra-t-il sauver le patient français ?

E-santé : le digital pourra-t-il sauver le patient français ? | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
L’e-santé est un marché prometteur en France mais qui peine pourtant à s’imposer auprès des professionnels. Sauf dans le domaine de l’accès aux soins.
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Kantar - Consumers turn to Facebook, Twitter for healthcare information

Kantar - Consumers turn to Facebook, Twitter for healthcare information | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Those with health conditions turn to social media for emotional support.

Social media’s influence on patient groups is growing as more individuals turn to online sources for health information and advice.

According to the 2017 MARS Consumer Health study, 73% of all U.S. adults use the internet for health and wellness. Of those, more than one in three are looking up information about health conditions or symptoms.

Consumers are Getting Social

84% of adults indicate they have visited a social media site such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter in the last 6 months, and nearly 70% say they have caught up or posted on a social network in the last 30 days (an increase of 5% since 2015). This trend is also apparent among older adults: 51% of adults aged 50+ say they have participated in social media in the past month (an increase of 4% since 2015).

Social Media's Value

Nearly half of all adults indicate they value social media related sources for healthcare information. Social and online sources of information help consumer groups connect with others and share information: 


Do Patient Groups "Like" Healthcare Info on Social Media Sites?

Patient groups that are more likely to value social media content as a source of healthcare information are:


Many condition sufferers are turning to social media for additional emotional support in managing their condition. This is especially the case for those suffering from debilitating or chronic conditions. For example, multiple sclerosis sufferers are 138% more likely than all doctor diagnosed condition sufferers to agree their ailment makes it difficult to do day-to-day tasks. They are 67% more likely to indicate their health is worse compared to a year ago.

While social sources of health information are a valuable resource for many, only 12% of all condition sufferers indicate they trust the medical information people share on social media. Advertisers and marketers should consider strategies to build trust and establish credibility when utilizing social media channels to reach patients.


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Dominique Noël nous présente la 28e édition du Festival de la communication santé

Dominique Noël nous présente la 28e édition du Festival de la communication santé | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Les 24 et 25 novembre prochains se déroulera la 28e édition du Festival de la Communication Santé. Interview de son organisatrice, Dominique Noël.
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PROJET BASELINE : Google veut tout connaître de la santé humaine.

PROJET BASELINE : Google veut tout connaître de la santé humaine. | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Le slogan de ce nouveau projet parle de lui-même : “Nous avons cartographié le monde. Maintenant, cartographions, la santé des hommes.”. C’est ainsi que Google présente Baseline, la récente lubie du…
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Isa SIMON's curator insight, November 19, 9:45 AM
Et encore Google!
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La start-up axoise Geo Sentinel lance sa montre connectée pour les malades d’Alzheimer

La start-up axoise Geo Sentinel lance sa montre connectée pour les malades d’Alzheimer | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La start-up axoise Geo Sentinel lance sa montre connectée pour les malades d’Alzheimer
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Ingelaere Christele's curator insight, November 15, 4:01 AM

#startup #esante #ehealth #objetconnecte #alzheimer

Isa SIMON's curator insight, November 17, 4:18 PM
Une solution pour les malades Alzheimer.
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Laurent Alexandre : «Nous aurons l’intelligence artificielle que nous méritons»

Laurent Alexandre : «Nous aurons l’intelligence artificielle que nous méritons» | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Pour Laurent Alexandre, chirurgien-urologue, l’intelligence artificielle «fera les choses mieux que nous dans le futur et pour beaucoup moins cher».
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Isa SIMON's curator insight, November 14, 5:52 AM
Ah oui, l'IA supplanterait l'homme?
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4.200 pharmaciens belges s'allient pour répondre à l'e-pharmacie

4.200 pharmaciens belges s'allient pour répondre à l'e-pharmacie | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Les pharmaciens indépendants belges et leurs organisations professionnelles ont mis sur pied la coopérative Pharmacy OnLine (POL). L’objectif est à la fois de répondre au défi concurrentiel posé par les sites d’e-pharmacie et d’assurer une accessibilité maximale de leurs officines à tous les patients.
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Unicancer s'allie avec AstraZeneca pour construire une base de données sur le cancer du poumon

Unicancer s'allie avec AstraZeneca pour construire une base de données sur le cancer du poumon | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it

PARIS, COURBEVOIE (Hauts-de-Seine) (TICpharma) - La fédération des centres de lutte contre le cancer (CLCC) Unicancer et le laboratoire AstraZeneca ont annoncé le 6 novembre dans un communiqué la signature d'un nouveau partenariat pour rassembler des données de vie réelle dans le cancer du poumon.


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Brosse à dents électrique connectée : gadget utile ou futile ? 

Brosse à dents électrique connectée : gadget utile ou futile ?  | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La brosse à dent s'immisce aussi dans l'univers de la santé connectée. Elle propose aux petits et grands de "checker" leur bonne gestuell
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Isa SIMON's curator insight, November 12, 4:14 PM
Pour ma part, utile!
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OdySight : jeu mobile pour mieux suivre les maladies de la vue

OdySight : jeu mobile pour mieux suivre les maladies de la vue | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
La start-up parisienne Tilak Healthcare lance le premier jeu vidéo sur mobile pour mieux suivre les maladies de la vue : OdySight.
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Diabète: Roche mise sur la miniaturisation

Diabète: Roche mise sur la miniaturisation | Buzz e-sante | Scoop.it
Pour traiter le diabète, Roche veut commercialiser, d'ici fin 2019, des outils beaucoup plus petits que ce qui existe actuellement sur le marché, a expliqué mardi le président d'une filiale française du groupe.L'entreprise pharmaceutique
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