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Is Digital Health Improving the Patient Experience? | Centric Digital

Is Digital Health Improving the Patient Experience? | Centric Digital | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
If 2015 healthcare investment levels are any indication, investors the world over are focusing on patient experience above all other digital health investment subsectors.
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La qualité de l'expérience vécue par le patient est essentielle. Les investissements dans le digital dans le milieu de la santé sont largement inspirés de ce constat et y répondent de plus en plus.
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DietSensor: l’outil qui complémente votre carnet de diabète - DietSensor

DietSensor: l’outil qui complémente votre carnet de diabète - DietSensor | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Pour un diabétique sous insuline, le carnet de diabète ou le carnet de surveillance glycémique est un outil de suivi essentiel. Il s’agit d’un support au quotidien qui facilite la prise des décisions avec le médecin dans la gestion du diabète. Or, cet outil aussi essentiel soit-il, est souvent rébarbatif. Peu de patients parviennent à … Continuer la lecture de DietSensor: l’outil qui complémente votre carnet de diabète →
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The ROI of Social Media in Healthcare

The ROI of Social Media in Healthcare | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
This ROI social media healthcare guide outlines 10 benefits that will help you make the most of your digital marketing strategy.
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Viant partner with GSK for blockchain in pharmaceuticals

Viant partner with GSK for blockchain in pharmaceuticals | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Blockchain startup Viant announced a new collaboration with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Microsoft, and others to develop blockchain-based supply chain tracking solutions. Together they’re looking to accelerate the growth of Viant’s Ethereum-based blockchain supply chain platform in the pharmaceutical sector by using the distributed ledger technology to track intellectual property (IP) licenses as well as ensure that products are produced, transported, and stored in proper conditions.
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Un patch pour contrôler le taux de sucre dans le sang

Un patch pour contrôler le taux de sucre dans le sang | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Des chercheurs ont conçu un capteur capable de mesurer le taux de sucre dans le sang en temps réels sans aiguilles.
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Bpifrance renforce son soutien au monde de la biotech — ces 19 pépites françaises ont levé au moins 15M€ depuis 3 ans

Bpifrance renforce son soutien au monde de la biotech — ces 19 pépites françaises ont levé au moins 15M€ depuis 3 ans | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Bpifrance annonce aujourd’hui le lancement de son nouvel accélérateur HealthTech dédié aux startups de la santé (biotech, medtech et e-santé), au sein de son Hub, l'espace dédié aux startups.

Sept entreprises font partie de cette première promotion: CorWave, H4D, Gamamabs, Sparing Vision, Step Ph
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E-santé | SEA Avocats Paris

E-santé | SEA Avocats Paris | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Découvrez la série thématique sur les problématiques juridiques de l'E-santé proposée par SEA Avocats
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Medtech, biotech, e-santé : un potentiel français à 40 milliards d'euros, mais...

Medtech, biotech, e-santé : un potentiel français à 40 milliards d'euros, mais... | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it

France Biotech a publié une étude prospective pour imaginer le poids de la health tech en 2030. Medtech, biotech, e-santé… La santé occupe une place importante dans l’innovation mais les start-up françaises du secteur font face à des obstacles importants. L'association veut les surmonter pour faire de la France un leader mondial.
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How the Diabetes Community is Revolutionising and Democratising Self-care

How the Diabetes Community is Revolutionising and Democratising Self-care | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it

As the world reflects on diabetes and the highly complex global challenges it poses, it’s interesting to explore the role the diabetes community has played in revolutionising and democratising self-care; creating an inspiring blueprint for how we might manage other chronic conditions.

The diabetes community has been pioneering in embracing the benefits of self-management. The early adoption of mHealth applications have played a key role in helping patients and clinicians collect and share information and learn more about their conditions.

The clinical benefits of putting testing in the hands of patients has been obvious for many years. Since the early electrochemical glucose meters in the late ’80s and early ’90s functionality to store and track trends has been added to patients’ home glucose monitors.

Bluetooth, USB and other connectivity including capturing the results direct from the screen has become increasingly common with a number of diabetes data management systems, such as CareLink and mySugr evolving to support patients in tracking their results and medication. Those tools are increasingly looking to add additional inputs and AI (artificial intelligence) to provide decision-making support – as seen with Glooko.


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Que pensent les Français du recours à la technologie pour la santé ?

Que pensent les Français du recours à la technologie pour la santé ? | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Une enquête des Zooms de l’Observatoire Cetelem montre que les Français ont une appréhension positive de l’e-santé et l'intègrent progressivement dans leurs habitudes. Mais malgré de nombreux avantages, des doutes importants apparaissent quant à l'avenir de la médecine.
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E-santé : « La France a tout ce qu’il faut pour devenir un leader mondial » - CRIP

E-santé : « La France a tout ce qu’il faut pour devenir un leader mondial » - CRIP | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
E-santé : « La France a tout ce qu’il faut pour devenir un leader mondial »  Le think tank apolitique Renaissance Numérique publie un livre blanc pour fair
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Santé : pourquoi Google lance sa cohorte

Santé : pourquoi Google lance sa cohorte | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it

Verily, filiale santé de Google, lance une étude sur l'évolution de l'état de santé avec une cohorte de 10 000 personnes


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Isabelle de Cuniac's curator insight, May 5, 2017 5:01 AM

Verily, filiale santé de Google, lance une étude sur l'évolution de l'état de santé avec une cohorte de 10 000 personnes en partenariat avec les Universités de Stanford et Duke. Cette cohorte, appelée Baseline, sera suivie sur 4 ans au moyen d'une batterie d'objets connectés. Objectif: déterminer les biomarqueurs des signes avant-coureurs des pathologies et identifier de nouveaux facteurs de risques grâce à l'expertise et la puissance du Big Data de Google. Cette initiative est décriée par les experts académiques qui remettent en cause la fiabilité des mesures relevées par des objets connectés qui ne tiennent pas compte des circonstances de ces mesures.

Il semble cependant que cette étude ne soit qu’un premier champs d'expérimentation pour les GAFA et laisse présager d'un véritable changement structurel de la médecine.  

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E-réputation en pharmacie : 3 conseils pour écouter, parler et engager

E-réputation en pharmacie : 3 conseils pour écouter, parler et engager | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
La e-réputation en pharmacie. Le bouche à oreille se digitalise, la notation et la recommandation deviennent usuelles. Conseils pour l'officine
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Healthy Planet: Mapping Digital Health Startups Across The Globe

Healthy Planet: Mapping Digital Health Startups Across The Globe | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
While the US accounts for 75% of global digital health deal share, deal flow to international startups continues to climb.
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Three trends from the Digital Health Summit at #CES2018

Three trends from the Digital Health Summit at #CES2018 | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
#CES2018 was chock-full of new technologies to check out on the healthcare front. But despite the overwhelming amount of booths and presentations, a few key trends emerged out of the Digital Health Summit.
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Plus de 15% des 335 entreprises françaises qui exposeront au CES 2018 sont du secteur de la e-santé ! 

Plus de 15% des 335 entreprises françaises qui exposeront au CES 2018 sont du secteur de la e-santé !  | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it

Nouveau record pour la délégation de La French Tech au CES de Las Vegas. Pour cette édition 2018, au dernier comptage, 335 entreprises et start-up françaises exposeront du 9 au 12 janvier sur le salon mondial dédié à l'innovation technologique dans l'univers de l'électronique grand public. Qui sont-elles ? Voici la liste.

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Médecine : les grands enjeux qui vont marquer 2018

Médecine : les grands enjeux qui vont marquer 2018 | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
L’année 2017 a été riche en actualités et innovations médicales qui sont annonciatrices de changements à venir dans les pratiques

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guide-sante-connectee.fr | | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Trouvez votre objet connecté santé grâce aux tests et aux informations du Guide de la santé connectée proposé par Harmonie Mutuelle.
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6 applications de e-santé à découvrir

6 applications de e-santé à découvrir | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
La e-santé se développe à grande vitesse, c’est pourquoi Calendovia a sélectionné pour vous six innovations de santé connectée 100% made in France à connaître.
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Digital Transformation Opportunities in Healthcare Market insights to 2022 Focusing on key players like SAP AG, IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Google, Inc., Dell EMC, Adobe Systems, Hewlett-P...

Digital Transformation Opportunities in Healthcare Market insights to 2022 Focusing on key players like SAP AG, IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Google, Inc., Dell EMC, Adobe Systems, Hewlett-P... | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Digital health has turned into a popular expression with expanding arrangement of digital health stages, for example, telehealth, versatile health and diff
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FDA clears connected surveillance product Capsule Vitals Plus

FDA clears connected surveillance product Capsule Vitals Plus | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
The FDA has recently cleared a second generation of Qualcomm Life’s Capsule Vitals Plus, a connected monitoring product. Capsule Vitals Plus records medical device data and continuous vital signs monitoring. It then analyzes the information at the patient's bedside. 
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« La révolution de la e-santé », le livre analyse d’Alexis Normand

« La révolution de la e-santé », le livre analyse d’Alexis Normand | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Les objets connectés et les applications de santé multiplient les sources d’information et bousculent le rapport patient-médecin.
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A la découverte de Santé.fr avec Giovanna Marsico

A la découverte de Santé.fr avec Giovanna Marsico | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Partons à la rencontre de Giovanna Marsico, Déléguée au Service Public d'Information en Santé, qui nous présente la nouvelle plateforme publique Santé.fr.

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Bump, et s'il s'agissait de la fin annoncée du carnet de santé ?

Bump, et s'il s'agissait de la fin annoncée du carnet de santé ? | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Des étudiants ont mis au point un objet connecté, Bump, capable de stocker toutes nos informations médicales.
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How can pharma better understand and engage with patients? 

How can pharma better understand and engage with patients?  | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it

Consumers have access to more healthcare information than ever before, and the huge numbers behind online health-related activity are well documented. The impact of social media and its potential disruptions to (pharma) marketing are especially interesting when you look at some of the statistics;

42% of individuals viewing health information on social media look at health-related consumer reviews

32% of users post about their friends and family’s health experiences on social media

30% of adults are likely to share information about their health on social media sites with other patients

The trust, openness and value being placed on social media today by patients, and the demands this creates in terms of treatment and service, can no longer be ignored by healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies alike. Patients are, rightly so, demanding more of a say in the type of care they get, the type of medicines that are being developed, how the medicines are going to be applied to them, and what the regulatory pathway should be.

When you put all of this together, it’s clear that there needs to be a brand-new level of deep engagement with patients. The good news is that all of this is coinciding with a revolution in digital technology and social media in the ability to reach people with particular characteristics all over the world.

The healthcare decision journey

As McKinsey discussed so eloquently back in May 2016, most pharmaceutical marketers are familiar with the concept of conducting market research to create a ‘sales funnel’ as a guide for marketing programs, where patients move from product awareness through to purchase and beyond. In retail, this linear journey has been superseded in recent years by the consumer decision journey (CDJ) which recognises that in a world where consumers are empowered by information, the process involved in making a purchase is more iterative.

For pharma companies seeking to understand how consumers make health decisions, the CDJ is enlightening. McKinsey see consumers undertaking what they call a CareFlow; mapping a patient’s journey from the first awareness of a problem to treatment, examining the factors guiding their decisions at each stage. These insights enable pharma marketers to engage with patients in ways that feel natural and personal.


Every point, branch and loop in the CareFlow is potentially a vital point of interaction; by understanding it, the marketer can understand the relative importance of points and (re)allocate investment and attention accordingly.

For example, in a sample of US patients with psoriasis, a CareFlow found that 58% had requested a specific brand of medication from their physician in the past year, twice as high as expected in the general population, this illustrates the importance of communicating with these patients before they visit a physician.

A CareFlow for depression revealed how long it took patients to seek care; often 6 months or more. The time lag represents an opportunity for pharma companies to accelerate the patient path to care. It also revealed how better management of patients’ expectations could improve treatment adherence.

Data and insight available from social media has a critical part to play in constructing such CareFlows, especially when placed in conjunction with other sources such as surveys, web-engine search trends, electronic medical records and consumer data. Once companies are committed to concepts such as CareFlow, the next imperative is to reshape their commercial approach accordingly, something that is likely to require a reallocation of marketing focus and investment. In a digital world, such concepts will be a crucial element of any successful commercial strategy.

What can social research provide in terms of patient insight?

In the digital era and with the boom in social media there are thousands of patient conversations happening daily. This isn’t breaking news, but how can we ensure we are making use of these conversations and gaining valuable patient insights from them? Social research goes beyond social listening, and whilst many assume it’s the same thing, intelligently conducted social research can uncover some great insights in double quick time.

So, what experiences have we gained here at MMRI?

Can you capture the emotion of the patient?

In Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, we were able to capture the emotion of the patient in the moment of their diagnosis, which you cannot get via traditional research methodologies due to a reliance on memory recall. This insight helped our client to devise the right patient support services and these formed a key pillar of their brand launch strategy.

Does patient experience match HCP perception?

In Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia, we discovered that HCP perception on side effects related to one particular brand was not echoed by the patient population. For the client, this insight enabled them to refine their communication strategy in such a way that effectively changed HCP perceptions about their brand and its side effect profile.

What does MMRI Research give you?

Social research, when carried out by market research professionals, carries benefits that can add value, whether integrated with traditional methodologies or used in isolation, such as:

In the moment (capturing the emotion as it happens)Spontaneous (unprompted and unbiased)Conversational (comments and responses can be picked up from other users)

We go beyond social listening, capturing relevant, real-time conversations which are then analysed by our skilled research team to organise and understand themes, topics and sentiment, leading to actionable insights for our clients.


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Bienvenue dans le cabinet médical du futur

Bienvenue dans le cabinet médical du futur | E-santé, Objets connectés | Scoop.it
Aux Etats-Unis, le secteur de la santé inspire les start-up, qui marient intelligence artificielle et big data pour inventer les consultations de demain. Fini le paiement à l’acte, place à l’abonnement.
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