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Los profesionales de salud y las redes sociales | Salud Conectada

Los profesionales de salud y las redes sociales | Salud Conectada | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it

Esta semana el Carnaval de Salud nos invita a reflexionar sobre el uso de las redes sociales por parte de los profesionales de la salud ¿Redes exclusivas, generalistas o improvisadas?


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Checking Your Blood Pressure Just Got Really Sexy

Checking Your Blood Pressure Just Got Really Sexy | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it

Bloodnoteis a simple app where you can track your blood pressure and control your health. Created by Peter Bajtala and Matt Ludzen, Bloodnote’s wonderfully minimal design turns a mundane task into something much easier on the eyes.Today, blood pressure is still typically tracked on paper. As you’d expect, keeping all that data on your iPhone means less clutter and more potential for visualizing drastic and/or gradual changes overtime.

The way health and wellness industries mingle with the influence of startups and tech continues to evolve. Just recently, we saw Facebook’s life saving organ donor feature, Noom’s Android lifestyle app, and Runmeter’s integration with iCloud.

 

More details, from the creators:Bloodnote is an app for daily logging and controlling your blood pressure. You will always have your actual blood pressure data at hand.

Forget all the papers with your blood pressure written down which you would lose anyway.

Write indications straight to your phone and have them with you when you need them. Show them to your doctor just when needed.

Easy to use interface will help you log your blood pressure data without hassle and simple calendar will remind you about being systematic.

Remember: hypertension is medical condition not only of elders. Take care of your health

 

Bloodnoteisn’t a one stop shop for tracking your health. Instead, it’s a highly niche app that does one thing and does it well. For anyone that has to monitor their blood pressure and pulse regularly, this app is certainly worth a look.➤ Bloodnote, $1.99 via the App Store


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Study shows more than 30 percent of consumers are interested in sending health data to their doctors

Study shows more than 30 percent of consumers are interested in sending health data to their doctors | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it

The number of consumers who are willing to communicate with their physicians via wireless devices is on the rise as confirmed by a study from the CEA.


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Why Health Care Professionals Should Monitor Social Media | Social Media Today

Why Health Care Professionals Should Monitor Social Media | Social Media Today | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it
social media monitoring in health care The healthcare industry is falling behind when it comes to adapting to social media technologies and strategies. Professionals have even estimated the gap to be as big as 10 years.
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Reino Unido insta a los médicos a 'recetar' aplicaciones móviles | Tecnología Médica | elmundo.es

Reino Unido insta a los médicos a 'recetar' aplicaciones móviles | Tecnología Médica | elmundo.es | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it
Receta: aplicaciones móviles Para controlar la diabetes y la presión arterial. Según el secretario de salud británico, estas ayudas reducirán las visitas al médico.
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Checking Your Blood Pressure Just Got Really Sexy

Checking Your Blood Pressure Just Got Really Sexy | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it

Bloodnoteis a simple app where you can track your blood pressure and control your health. Created by Peter Bajtala and Matt Ludzen, Bloodnote’s wonderfully minimal design turns a mundane task into something much easier on the eyes.Today, blood pressure is still typically tracked on paper. As you’d expect, keeping all that data on your iPhone means less clutter and more potential for visualizing drastic and/or gradual changes overtime.

The way health and wellness industries mingle with the influence of startups and tech continues to evolve. Just recently, we saw Facebook’s life saving organ donor feature, Noom’s Android lifestyle app, and Runmeter’s integration with iCloud.

 

More details, from the creators:Bloodnote is an app for daily logging and controlling your blood pressure. You will always have your actual blood pressure data at hand.

Forget all the papers with your blood pressure written down which you would lose anyway.

Write indications straight to your phone and have them with you when you need them. Show them to your doctor just when needed.

Easy to use interface will help you log your blood pressure data without hassle and simple calendar will remind you about being systematic.

Remember: hypertension is medical condition not only of elders. Take care of your health

 

Bloodnoteisn’t a one stop shop for tracking your health. Instead, it’s a highly niche app that does one thing and does it well. For anyone that has to monitor their blood pressure and pulse regularly, this app is certainly worth a look.➤ Bloodnote, $1.99 via the App Store


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RRHH Press - Actualidad y noticias sobre Recursos Humanos, RRHH, laboral y empleo - Los profesionales sanitarios, ante el reto de atreverse a usar las redes sociales para comunicarse con sus pacientes

RRHH Press - Actualidad y noticias sobre Recursos Humanos, RRHH, laboral y empleo - Los profesionales sanitarios, ante el reto de atreverse a usar las redes sociales para comunicarse con sus pacientes | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it
RRHH Press - Palma de Mallorca acogió días atrás una jornada dirigida a médicos de Atención Primaria sobre, entre otros aspectos, el manejo de herramientas 2.0 en este colectivo profesional.
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TechCrunch | Three Free Healthcare Apps That Empower Patients

TechCrunch | Three Free Healthcare Apps That Empower Patients | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it
The significant adoption of smartphones among physicians has not only led to an explosion of medical apps aimed at healthcare providers, but it has also cultivated an emerging trend of health and wellness apps aimed at empowering patients.
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New study: The world is ready for mobile healthcare

New study: The world is ready for mobile healthcare | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it
(Barcelona / Oslo - February 28, 2012) Based on the explosive growth in global mobile phone penetration, a technology revolution is quickly gaining pace in healthcare.
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The Digital Health Daily

The Digital Health Daily | Digital Health Trends | Scoop.it
A personalized newspaper built from articles, blog posts, videos and photos selected by Dakila Divina. (The Digital Health Daily is out!
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Epatient | Perficient Healthcare IT Solutions Blog

Epatient | Perficient Healthcare IT Solutions Blog: Recent Posts. HIMSS 2012 Interview with Jane Sarasohn-Kahn: ...
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