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Big data will enhance healthcare, but to whose benefit?

Big data will enhance healthcare, but to whose benefit? | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Big-data technology will eventually underpin the healthcare system, though to what extent and what that means to patients are questions needing to be asked.
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Google prépare « Google Coach », un assistant pour la santé, l'activité physique et les repas

Google prépare « Google Coach », un assistant pour la santé, l'activité physique et les repas | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Google a quelques projets dans ses cartons, dont un a qui pour nom Wooden. Selon Android Police, il s’agit d’un assistant lié à la santé et à l’activité physique qui a pour nom Google Coach.
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FundamentalVR launches new tool that lets physicians, students see, feel virtual surgery

FundamentalVR launches new tool that lets physicians, students see, feel virtual surgery | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
For young surgeons, watching a procedure from from the sidelines and performing an operation with their own hands are two very different experiences. But one company is trying to remedy this experience gap with a new interactive virtual reality platform that lets surgeons and trainees virtually see and feel what it's like to perform specific operations. 
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Télémédecine : les français pourront consulter leur médecin à distance à partir du 15 septembre

Télémédecine : les français pourront consulter leur médecin à distance à partir du 15 septembre | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Pour lutter contre les déserts médicaux le gouvernement veut développer la télémédecine. A partir du 15 septembre, toute personne résidant en France pourra donc consulter son médecin à distance, via internet. L'arrêté a été publié au Journal Officiel ce 10 août.

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Un nouveau type de patients exaspèrent les médecins: les cybercondriaques 

Un nouveau type de patients exaspèrent les médecins: les cybercondriaques  | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Différentes études montrent que 30 à 60% des patients en moyenne confirment leurs symptômes potentiels sur internet. Cette tendance à l'auto-diagnostic en ligne impacte la santé des patients notamment rendus anxieux par les résultats et la relation avec leur médecin traitant.
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Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft and others make health data pledge

Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft and others make health data pledge | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Patients can't easily get their health data. Microsoft, Amazon and others want to change that. 
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Quatre étudiants de l’ULB améliorent le suivi informatisé des patients dans les hôpitaux congolais 

Quatre étudiants de l’ULB améliorent le suivi informatisé des patients dans les hôpitaux congolais  | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it

La mission des quatre étudiants de l’École polytechnique de Bruxelles (ULB) partis installer des boîtiers intelligents dans les centres hospitaliers de Kinshasa, en RDC, s’achève avec succès. Témoignages ...

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Will Augmented #Reality Take Over Our Lives? (#Infographic)

Will Augmented #Reality Take Over Our Lives? (#Infographic) | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
This is Where Augmented Reality Is Headed If you think augmented reality is something reserved for Pokemon Go and the like, you might be in for a surprise. Most consumers are exposed to AR every day!

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Diagnostic médical : la révolution de l’intelligence artificielle ”

Diagnostic médical : la révolution de l’intelligence artificielle ” | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it

La startup israélienne Zebra, fondée en 2014 par Eyal Gura, Elad Benjamin et Eyal Toledano, a développé une technologie permettant de détecter des maladies mal diagnostiquées, des cancers à un stade précoce et d’autres maladies potentiellement mortelles grâce à ses propres algorithmes alimentés par une intelligence artificielle (IA). 


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Belgique : Maggie De Block annonce des mesures après les problèmes récurrents de la plateforme e-health 

Belgique : Maggie De Block annonce des mesures après les problèmes récurrents de la plateforme e-health  | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it

La ministre belge de la Santé Maggie De Block annonce samedi une série de mesures à la suite des problèmes rencontrés la semaine dernière par la plateforme gouvernementale e-health.

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Caretaker Beat-by-Beat Continuous Blood Pressure and Vital Signs Monitor Cleared in EU

Caretaker Beat-by-Beat Continuous Blood Pressure and Vital Signs Monitor Cleared in EU | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Caretaker Medical, a firm based in Charlottesville, Virginia, won approval to introduce its Caretaker 4 wireless continuous non-invasive blood pressure (CNIBP) and vital signs monitoring system in the European Union.
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La santé numérique redonne-t-elle vraiment du pouvoir au patient ?

La santé numérique redonne-t-elle vraiment du pouvoir au patient ? | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
La relation entre le patient et le médecin a gagné en équilibre grâce à Internet. Mais demain, les patients ne vont pas forcément tous tirer profit de l’avènement du numérique.
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Le Spécialiste de demain ne sera plus tout à fait pareil! 

Le Spécialiste de demain ne sera plus tout à fait pareil!  | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it

Le Spécialiste que vous allez recevoir dans votre boîte aux lettres dès demain ne sera plus tout à fait celui que vous aviez l'habitude de recevoir ...

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Les établissements jugent prioritaires les innovations numériques facilitant l'accès aux soins et les collaborations (enquête)

Les établissements jugent prioritaires les innovations numériques facilitant l'accès aux soins et les collaborations (enquête) | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it

Les établissements de santé et médico-sociaux jugent prioritaires les innovations numériques améliorant l'accès aux soins pour les patients et celles qui favorisent les collaborations entre professionnels de santé, mais déplorent des freins à leur développement, selon une enquête publiée le 11 juillet par le Centre national de l'expertise hospitalière (CNEH).

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L’intelligence artificielle dans les soins de santé, créée par les humains pour les humains

L’intelligence artificielle dans les soins de santé, créée par les humains pour les humains | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Tout ce qui touche à l’intelligence artificielle fait l’objet d’un intense battage médiatique aux accents souvent hyperboliques, si bien qu’à l’heure où elle s’installe dans presque toutes les dimensions de notre vie, y compris les soins de santé, il est important de faire le point sur les possibilités qu’elle laisse entrevoir et sur ses dangers.
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These Startups Think We Need A Hippocratic Oath For The Digital Age 

These Startups Think We Need A Hippocratic Oath For The Digital Age  | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Doctors take an oath to do no harm, but the digital age poses new challenges to keeping patients safe and healthy. These startups are using technology to help doctors improve care.

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The Top 12 Social Companion Robots  

The Top 12 Social Companion Robots   | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Social companion robots might do the chores, teach the children and keep company to the elderly or people with health issues. Here are the best examples.

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Top 100 Companies in Digital…

Top 100 Companies in Digital… | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Check out every company that has the potential to bring healthcare to the 21st century! Every year The Medical Futurist team compiles a curated list of digital health companies. We aimed for companies working on artificial intelligence solutions, the future of food, biotechnology, 3D printing, genomics, smartphone apps, health sensors and more. 
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Artificial intelligence 'did not miss a single urgent case'

Artificial intelligence 'did not miss a single urgent case' | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
A machine has learned how to read complex eye scans and detect many types of disease, research has found.
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Artificial intelligence can diagnose eye disease as accurately as some leading experts, research suggests.  A study by Moorfields Eye Hospital in London and the Google company DeepMind found that a machine could learn to read complex eye scans and detect more than 50 eye conditions.

Doctors hope artificial intelligence could soon play a major role in helping to identify patients who need urgent treatment.

They hope it will also reduce delays.

A team at DeepMind, based in London, created an algorithm, or mathematical set of rules, to enable a computer to analyse optical coherence tomography (OCT), a high resolution 3D scan of the back of the eye.

Thousands of scans were used to train the machine how to read the scans.

Then, artificial intelligence was pitted against humans.

The computer was asked to give a diagnosis in the cases of 1,000 patients whose clinical outcomes were already known.

The same scans were shown to eight clinicians - four leading ophthalmologists and four optometrists.

Each was asked to make one of four referrals: urgent, semi-urgent, routine and observation only.

'Jaw-dropping'

Artificial intelligence performed as well as two of the world's leading retina specialists, with an error rate of only 5.5%.

Crucially, the algorithm did not miss a single urgent case.

The results, published in the journal Nature Medicine, were described as "jaw-dropping" by Dr Pearse Keane, consultant ophthalmologist, who is leading the research at Moorfields Eye Hospital.

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Japan plans 10 'AI hospitals' to ease doctor shortages

Japan plans 10 'AI hospitals' to ease doctor shortages | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it

The Japanese government is teaming up with businesses and academia to set up hospitals enhanced by artificial intelligence, seeking to allow short-handed doctors to spend more time on patient care while curbing medical spending.


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Telemedicine vendor breaches the data of 2.4 million patients in Mexico

The personal data of 2,373,764 patients was left exposed online after Hova Health, a telemedicine company based in Mexico, misconfigured a MongoDB database. Security researcher Bob Diachecko made the discovery using the Shodan.io search engine, which scans the internet for open ports on connected devices and web servers. The database was publically available and could be accessed or changed by anyone, even without a password.
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Researchers at Rutgers University develop wearable that can count blood cells, air particles

Researchers at Rutgers University develop wearable that can count blood cells, air particles | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick claim to have come up with a new wearable that can detect blood cell counts as well as particles in the air. 

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Researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick claim to have come up with a new wearable that can detect blood cell counts as well as particles in the air. "Current wearables can measure only a handful of physical parameters such as heart rate and exercise activity," Abbas Furniturewalla, the study's lead author and a former undergraduate researcher in Rutger's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, said in a statement. "The ability for a wearable device to monitor the counts of different cells in our bloodstream would take personal health monitoring to the next level.”  The research, which was recently published in Microsystems and Nanoengineering, outlines the device design. Researchers created an arm wearable that includes a microfluidic impedance cytometer on a flexible substrate with a microfluidic biosensor.  Through a pin-prick blood sample pipetted into a standard microfluidic PDMS chip, the system is able to count blood cells quicker than the standard of care, the researcher said. The system is also able to transfer data through a circuit to process electrical signals and a micro-controller which can digitize the data and sent it to a Bluetooth module, according to a statement.   Once the system gets the blood cell count, it is then able to transfer the data over to a doctor via a smartphone. The researchers said that in the future they will continue to test the platform by sampling data as it is being worn during activities. This will allow them to adjust the circuit biosensor design to lessen the effects of motion and “environmental disturbance” on the device.  But it isn’t just blood cells that this wearable is focused on. Researchers said it is also able to count organic and inorganic particles in the air that could contribute to our health. "This would be really important for settings with lots of air pollutants and people want to measure the amount of tiny particles or dust they're exposed to day in and day out,” Mehdi Javanmard, senior author of the study and assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the School of Engineering, said in a statement. "Miners, for example, could sample the environment they're in."

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FDA grants Natural Cycles' contraception app de novo marketing approval

The FDA announced today that it will allow marketing of Natural Cycles’ contraception app in the US for pre-menopausal women aged 18 years and older. Previously approved in the UK and currently the subject of investigation by multiple regulatory agencies, the algorithm-driven app helps users track their menstrual cycle and informs them when they are most fertile.
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Amazon veut avoir ses propres cliniques pour son personnel 

Amazon veut avoir ses propres cliniques pour son personnel  | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
Amazon veut créer aux États-Unis ses propres cliniques où son personnel pourra bénéficier de soins de santé primaire. Le géant de la boutique en ligne veut ainsi réduire ses coûts , selon la chaîne CNBC, sur la base de deux sources anonymes.
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This co-op lets patients monetize their own health data

This co-op lets patients monetize their own health data | Doctors Hub | Scoop.it
A new, collectively owned platform called Savvy connects healthcare companies and practitioners with patients who can directly inform their work–and get compensated for doing so.
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37 Startups building voice applications for healthcare

As the next frontier in human-technology interfaces, voice-enabled and voice-first technologies are leading the way in many innovative applications across industries.
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