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La croissance de la pharmacie s’émousse selon l’INSEE

La croissance de la pharmacie s’émousse selon l’INSEE | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Dans une étude parue hier, l’Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques (INSEE) montre que la « croissance en valeur du
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The Role of Social Media Throughout My Cancer Journey  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

The Role of Social Media Throughout My Cancer Journey  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it

“I wanted everyone that followed me to know why there wouldn’t be any fitness and health themed videos on a fitness and health themed channel,” he said. “I wanted to be an example and give people insight to what happens if they have the same cancer as me or are undergoing the same chemotherapy as I was.”

Being open about his testicular cancer was a brave move. After all, only 1 out of every 263males will develop this type of cancer during their lifetime. And only 7 percent of those diagnosed are children or teenagers.

Dickinson found social media to be helpful to generate more awareness about the disease, and to keep his family — particularly his grandparents — updated. What he didn’t expect was the number of strangers who poured out their hearts in show of support for him.

 

“One person would send me motivational quotes almost every day while I was dealing with the cancer for 6 months,” Dickinson said.

On top of this, his favorite YouTuber and fitness influencer drove more than two and a half hours to meet Dickinson on the morning of his chemotherapy.

As a cancer survivor, Dickinson is now concentrating on his YouTube fitness channel again and thanking those who helped him during that difficult year. You’ll also find him on Instagram.

 

For Cheyann Shaw, it took just 24 hours after her ovarian cancer diagnosis for her to check social media for help.

“I already had a smaller fitness following on social media, but I knew I had a battle and journey that needed to be documented,” she said.

She filmed a video log of herself documenting her cancer diagnosis and posted it to her YouTube channel. Since that first video over a year ago, Shaw has continued to post updates on her chemotherapy treatment as well as other motivational videos such as tips on staying positive, how to deal with struggles, and fitness techniques.

“The reason I turned to social media and changed my social media channels to channels documenting my journey is because I wanted to be a voice,” she said.

In addition to YouTube, Shaw used Instagram and Facebook to connect to others who were also battling with cancer. She didn’t always have the best luck on these channels, however.

“I turned to Instagram mostly to reach out to those who were battling cancer and see if they had any tips or advice, but when I went to Instagram, I wasn’t able to find people who wanted to talk about their battle and struggles,” she said.

Still, she didn’t let this take her down. She realized that the community she had built was enough to keep her going.

“Keeping yourself mentally strong is just as important as your body physically fighting cancer,” she said. “The sense of ‘community’ helped me in my journey with cancer because I never felt alone. I knew that there was always someone out there that I could turn to who had similar experience as I did and were able to give me advice.”

Learn more about Shaw’s experience on Instagram, and check out her video log on her YouTube channel.

 

It took over two years before Jessica DeCrisofaro was officially diagnosed with stage 4B Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Multiple physicians had misdiagnosed her symptoms, and even brushed off what she was experiencing as just allergies or acid reflux. When she received her diagnosis, she went online for answers.

“At the beginning of my diagnosis, I immediately turned to Google for answers as to how my life was going to be and how I could possibly deal with what at the time seemed like such a horrific tragedy that I was dealt,” she said. “It didn’t seem fair, and I found that there was no real guide book to cancer.”

She found plenty of Facebook groups, but most of them were very negative, and it was difficult for her to read posts about not making it or not believing in treatment. This was the start of what would become her new journey: Helping and inspiring other cancer patients through her blog and Instagram account.

“I’m a very big fan of Instagram, because you can look up the hash tag of your specific cancer, and find ‘cancer friends,’” she said. “I surprisingly have met some of my closest friends on Instagram. We all went through diagnosis and treatment basically together.”

She realized through all this that the cancer community really gets it, so she decided to write her own book, “Talk Cancer to Me,” for others going through what she was experiencing.

“As much as your family and friends want to help you, they don’t understand what it’s like unless they are in your shoes,” she said. “The cancer community has experienced it all, the pain, the nausea, the hair loss, looking in the mirror and not being able to recognize yourself, the anxiety, the depression, the PTSD… everything.”


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How social media helps cancer patients.

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Les hôpitaux de Paris @aphp confient l'envoi des SMS post-opératoires à un robot #chatBot #IA #Esante #hcsmeufr 

Les hôpitaux de Paris @aphp confient l'envoi des SMS post-opératoires à un robot #chatBot #IA #Esante #hcsmeufr  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Tous les hôpitaux publics de Paris disposeront avant la fin de l'année de Memoquest, un algorithme qui envoie des SMS aux patients pour mieux les guider puis les suivre après un acte de chirurgie ambulatoire.

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Tous les hôpitaux publics de Paris disposeront avant la fin de l'année de Memoquest, un algorithme qui envoie des SMS aux patients pour mieux les guider puis les suivre après un acte de chirurgie ambulatoire.

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Tous les hôpitaux publics de Paris disposeront avant la fin de l'année de Memoquest, un algorithme qui envoie des SMS aux patients pour mieux les guider puis les suivre après un acte de chirurgie ambulatoire.

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Les hôpitaux de Paris @aphp confient l'envoi des SMS post-opératoires à un robot #chatBot #IA #Esante #hcsmeufr

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#Esante Une patiente reçoit pour la première fois un oeil bionique #Belgique #hcsmeufr 

#Esante Une patiente reçoit pour la première fois un oeil bionique #Belgique #hcsmeufr  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Une ophtalmologue de l'hôpital universitaire de Gand (UZ Gent) et son équipe ont, pour la première fois en Belgique, posé un implant sur la rétine d'une patiente atteinte d'une maladie oculaire héréditaire. Grâce à cet œil bionique, la patiente peut à nouveau distinguer des formes telles que portes et fenêtres mais aussi la silhouette des gens, indique l'UZ Gent dans un communiqué mardi.

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Une ophtalmologue de l'hôpital universitaire de Gand (UZ Gent) et son équipe ont, pour la première fois en Belgique, posé un implant sur la rétine d'une patiente atteinte d'une maladie oculaire héréditaire. Grâce à cet œil bionique, la patiente peut à nouveau distinguer des formes telles que portes et fenêtres mais aussi la silhouette des gens, indique l'UZ Gent dans un communiqué mardi.

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Une ophtalmologue de l'hôpital universitaire de Gand (UZ Gent) et son équipe ont, pour la première fois en Belgique, posé un implant sur la rétine d'une patiente atteinte d'une maladie oculaire héréditaire. Grâce à cet œil bionique, la patiente peut à nouveau distinguer des formes telles que portes et fenêtres mais aussi la silhouette des gens, indique l'UZ Gent dans un communiqué mardi.

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7 millions de vêtements intelligents seront vendus en 2020... et 30 millions en 2022

7 millions de vêtements intelligents seront vendus en 2020... et 30 millions en 2022 | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Selon le cabinet Juniper Research, le nombre de vêtements intelligents écoulés dans le monde devrait atteindre 7 millions en 2020 et approcher les 30 millions... - Objets connectés

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RogerVoice, la start-up qui permet aux sourds de téléphoner 

RogerVoice, la start-up qui permet aux sourds de téléphoner  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
RogerVoice a créé une application permettant aux sourds de téléphoner grâce aux logiciels d

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MEMORYA - Jeu documentaire scientifique sur la mémoire

MEMORYA - Jeu documentaire scientifique sur la mémoire | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it

MEMORYA est une exploration ludique des multiples facettes de la mémoire, avec l’éclairage de la science d’aujourd’hui.


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Masterclass - Etransformation de la médecine réparatrice #RepairHuman…  #hcsmeufr #esante

Les évolutions technologiques transforme fondamentalement la chaine de valeur du secteur de la médecine réparatrice, le terme évolution se voit remplacé par "r…

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How AI and Data Analytics Are Transforming Healthcare Right Now  

How AI and Data Analytics Are Transforming Healthcare Right Now   | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Amazon, Google, Apple, and other healthcare giants are betting on AI and data analytics to fix healthcare. Here’s why.

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Les français de plus en plus mécontents de leur système de #santé #hcsmeufr 

Les français de plus en plus mécontents de leur système de #santé #hcsmeufr  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Les Français n’ont pas une image très flatteuse de leurs hôpitaux en termes d’équipements et de nouvelles technologies puisqu’ils ne sont que 55 % à les trouver en avance.

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Les Français n’ont pas une image très flatteuse de leurs hôpitaux en termes d’équipements et de nouvelles technologies puisqu’ils ne sont que 55 % à les trouver en avance.

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Social Media and healthcare companies

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Social media offers tremendous value to healthcare companies looking to connect with audiences, especially when you consider that one-third of consumers use forums and social media platforms for health-related matters, according to PwC Health Research Institute. Furthermore, social media advertising is expected to hit new highs in 2018. According to eMarketer, 10% of total U.S. ad spend will go to Facebook. Meanwhile, Twitter and Snapchat will reach ad revenue parity in 2018 as Snapchat is expected to pull in $1.18 billion vs. $1.16 billion for Twitter. But social media marketing is much more than just placing ads. It is about engagement.

“The success of social media has traditionally been measured in audience size: How many followers do you have? How many re-tweets or hash tags? How many likes? How many shares?” explains Jim Cimino, VP, Technology at TAG MM, A division of The Access Group. “Get ready for 2018—the year of engagement, the year where the emphasis shifts from quantity to the quality of social media content. Instead of asking ‘how many,’ the questions become how do your messages resonate with your audience? How do your followers interact and react? It is the year where size doesn’t matter.”

That shift could also mean a change in how companies approach social media in 2018.

“The traditional conversation calendar that was developed in the Facebook heyday has already gone by the wayside,” says Nicole Hamlin, Account Supervisor at Butler/Till Health Group. “As more platforms focused on the 1:1 relationship are adopted, brands will have to shift their strategies from maintaining and engaging with a community, to impacting the life of each consumer one at a time.”

Social Becomes More Personal

Chatbots, in particular, are one method that social media marketers can use to deliver more personalized experiences to their customers.

“These programs can deliver a customized experience that can be turned on and off at the discretion of the user,” says Kevin Dunn, VP, Strategy & Client Engagement, Life Sciences at LevLane. “The lifestyle, support, product education, and dosing reminders are all delivered when the consumer wants it, how they want, and so that it meets their needs.”

But chatbots can also lead to an improvement in how the pharma industry handles customer service.

“I call this the ‘airline response effect,’” explains Chris Iafolla, Head of Digital & Social Strategy at Syneos Health Communications. “If you have a late-arriving plane and need to rebook, tweeting the airline tends to yield a quicker result than walking to the ticket counter. This is what our audience wants from pharmaceutical companies and this transition will be enabled by chatbot technology.”

However, chatbots are not the only new opportunity within social that marketers should be looking into in 2018.

What’s New in Social for 2018

“2018 will be the year of Instagram Stories,” predicts Dhara Naik, Social Media Strategy Lead at AbelsonTaylor. “Marketers will tune into the raw, unscripted storytelling nature of Instagram Stories by pushing their own comfort levels and tapping into this transparency to deliver better outcomes. They can use Instagram Stories to share emotion-based content that isn’t masked behind a perfectly coiffed social media page, but is more real-time in sharing authentic moments.”

Another way to connect with audiences in a more authentic way will be through virtual hangouts, which are not entirely new, but there are several new offerings in this area.

“Houseparty is an example of one of these emerging platforms, and is especially popular with Gen Z,” explains Hanna Johansen, Senior Digital Strategist at Sandbox Agency. “The app allows friend groups to hang out via video chat. Facebook will also launch similar functionality this year through Facebook Spaces, which enables users to hang out with friends in a virtual environment that allows them to create, share, and explore together without actually being in the same room.”

But, an increase in meetings should not be expected to be limited to a virtual environment.

“This year, social marketing will progressively incorporate in-person experiences and interactions to maximize the success of its digital initiatives,” adds Kieran Walsh, President at Greater Than One. “As the distinction blurs between online and offline social communities, marketers with established social presences can further augment their capabilities by engaging in experiential opportunities with the groups they serve.”

New emerging technologies are also expected to make an impact in social.

“With the rollout of iOS 11 and Google AR Stickers, expect to see AR taking a more prominent role in patient and physician engagement,” says Sophia Liu, Social Media Coordinator at HCB Health. “For example, skin care brands will be able to project various physical responses to sun exposure or water intake. AR projections could help increase empathy among treating HCPs, prompting them to proactively explore new treatment options.”

What’s Important for Social in 2018

As always in marketing, just because something is new and shiny doesn’t mean it is the best approach. So, instead of focusing on platforms, marketers should make sure they are making an impact with the right people.

“The authenticity of the patient’s voice is contagious,” says Katie O’Neill, VP, Patient Engagement Solutions at Bionical. “In influencer marketing, customers place more trust in individuals they know or can identify with. In fact, 76% of users placed greater trust in content generated by others on similar health journeys.”

However, marketers just don’t need to limit themselves to making connections with top influencers in a disease state.

“Marketers should further explore niche community platforms that can further drive engagement and insights from very specific audiences,” says Dr. Theodore Search, Founder and CEO at Skipta. “As an example, brands can look to these niche community platforms for crowdsourcing of very specific information and insights to explore virtual alternatives to live meetings and advisory board panels, and to deliver specific content to niche audiences.”

Ultimately, this brings us back to where we started. No matter what platform you use or who you are trying to reach, the most important thing to keep in mind is engagement.

“Real social media success can’t always be measured in a monthly or quarterly report,” explains Andrew Lange, VP, Director Analytics at Harrison and Star. “In 2018, success should be something bigger—making a connection with the audience, having a true conversation as opposed to blasting out corporate-approved tweets. Even if they don’t end up using your brand, you’ll leave the customer with a positive experience they will remember.”


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Anamnèse : l'intelligence artificielle au service du diagnostic

Anamnèse : l'intelligence artificielle au service du diagnostic | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Une jeune start up propose une intelligence artificielle pour aider les médecins dans leurs diagnostics : Anamnèse. Découverte.

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Des super-lunettes pour guider les chirurgiens #camera3D #esante #hcsmeufr 

Des super-lunettes pour guider les chirurgiens #camera3D #esante #hcsmeufr  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Des super-lunettes pour guider les chirurgiens
Au CHU de Montpellier, un neurochirurgien a développé des lunettes qui vont permettre aux futurs médecins de se former grâce à des tutoriels virtuels.

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Des super-lunettes pour guider les chirurgiens

Au CHU de Montpellier, un neurochirurgien a développé des lunettes qui vont permettre aux futurs médecins de se former grâce à des tutoriels virtuels.

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Des super-lunettes pour guider les chirurgiens

Au CHU de Montpellier, un neurochirurgien a développé des lunettes qui vont permettre aux futurs médecins de se former grâce à des tutoriels virtuels.

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Infographie : 30 innovations qui vont changer nos vies !  #hcsmeufr #esante 

Infographie : 30 innovations qui vont changer nos vies !  #hcsmeufr #esante  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
30 incroyables innovations et inventions qui vont changer nos vies, dont vous n'avez, pour la plupart, surement jamais entendu parler !

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La santé, un des acteurs stratégiques du rapport de Cédric Villani sur l'intelligence artificielle

La santé, un des acteurs stratégiques du rapport de Cédric Villani sur l'intelligence artificielle | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
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Amazon ‘likely’ to succeed at healthcare-and have disruptive impact #hcsmeufr

Amazon ‘likely’ to succeed at healthcare-and have disruptive impact #hcsmeufr | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it

Amazon is entering healthcare — and healthcare may never be the same.

That’s the takeaway from a new report by global management consulting firm L.E.K Consulting, which said the online giant has the right skills and capabilities to follow through on its big healthcare-industry ambitions and will launch offerings that range from mail-order pharmacy to AI-based diagnostics. (Amazon in late January announced its entry into the healthcare field through an alliance with JP Morgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway.)

 

“They (Amazon) have repeatedly shown that they have the capabilities, the patience, and the deep pockets to disrupt industry after industry,” said Rob Haslehurst, managing director at L.E.K. “Healthcare is no exception.”

Amazon already has many of the core competencies needed to compete in healthcare. These include ready access to capital, a massive distribution infrastructure, a strong technology base, a robust data analytics capability, and a deep, talented executive bench that, “like Bezos himself, is relentless, resourceful, fast, inventive and customer-obsessed,” said Haslehurst.

The report outlined five scenarios as to how Amazon is likely to enter and dominate healthcare.

 


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Create Content Your Patients Will Actually Read

Create Content Your Patients Will Actually Read | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it

Which of these statements are true or false?

  1. Patients are primarily interested in understanding their symptoms versus learning about your practice when they visit your website.
  2. Patients look for answers to their healthcare questions on websites like yours.
  3. Patients prefer you use medical terms over simple language because medical jargon makes you sound like an expert.

Let’s see how you did.

  1. False. Patients do go online to research what ails them, but if they’ve landed on your website, they want to learn more about you and your practice. Make sure you highlight the things that matter most to patients across generations. Consider that:
    • Millennials (ages 18-29) seek convenience at a low cost.
    • The Gen X population (ages 30-49) guides the healthcare decisions of their partners, children, and aging parents.
    • Boomers (ages 50-64) will pay more for access and convenience.
    • Seniors (ages 65+) value affiliation to a hospital brand.
  1. True. Listen to the questions your patients ask. Then create blog posts, social media posts, or website content with simple, practical answers. Not only will this help customers find you and your practice, they will also regard you as a trusted source in your field. For instance, an orthopedic surgeon might answer, “When should I consider knee surgery?” and a pediatrician might address, “How do I keep my kids healthy during cold and flu season?”
     
  2. False. Did you know 77 percent of American adults have basic or below basic health literacy? That’s a lot of people who don’t understand medical jargon. This vast population is more likely to:
    • Pass up preventative measures such as mammograms and flu shots.
    • Treat rather than prevent disease. 
    • Suffer from chronic conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure. 
    • Visit the emergency room with a preventable condition. 
    • Report their health as poor. 
    • Feel shame over their lack of literacy, so they hide their inability to read and understand health materials (i.e., prescriptions, doctor’s orders, health literature, questionnaires) to maintain their dignity.

Help them out by making your content easy to read. Even the most literate of people may not know what “Otolaryngology” is. Use “ear, nose, and throat” instead to reach a wider audience including those patients who need you the most.

So, how’d you do on your pop quiz? Whether you passed or failed, you now have some of the tools you need to create relevant and easy-to-read content. 


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Exceptionnel, mais intriguant : grâce à l’IRM les émotions ont désormais une image #neurone #esante #hcsmeufr 

Exceptionnel, mais intriguant : grâce à l’IRM les émotions ont désormais une image #neurone #esante #hcsmeufr  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Notre cerveau est composé de 100 milliards de neurones capables de s’interconnecter proposant ainsi plus d’un million de milliards de solutions. Les performances de l’IRM, lorsqu’elle traque les modifications structurelles de notre corps, sont étonnantes ; Que dire des résultats lorsqu’elle s’attaque au fonctionnement de notre corps ?

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Notre cerveau est composé de 100 milliards de neurones capables de s’interconnecter proposant ainsi plus d’un million de milliards de solutions. Les performances de l’IRM, lorsqu’elle traque les modifications structurelles de notre corps, sont étonnantes ; Que dire des résultats lorsqu’elle s’attaque au fonctionnement de notre corps ? 

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#recherche #pharma > Le dijonnais Crossject invente l'injection sans aiguille #hcsmeufr 

#recherche #pharma > Le dijonnais Crossject invente l'injection sans aiguille #hcsmeufr  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
C'est la fin de la peur de l'aiguille: l'entreprise dijonnaise Crossject développe depuis près de 20 ans un système d'auto-injection qui propulse le médicament directement à travers la peau à l'aide de gaz sous pression. Les premiers exemplaires doivent arriver sur le marché en 2020.

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C'est la fin de la peur de l'aiguille: l'entreprise dijonnaise Crossject développe depuis près de 20 ans un système d'auto-injection qui propulse le médicament directement à travers la peau à l'aide de gaz sous pression. Les premiers exemplaires doivent arriver sur le marché en 2020.

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C'est la fin de la peur de l'aiguille: l'entreprise dijonnaise Crossject développe depuis près de 20 ans un système d'auto-injection qui propulse le médicament directement à travers la peau à l'aide de gaz sous pression. Les premiers exemplaires doivent arriver sur le marché en 2020.

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Immersion dans la peau d'un schizophrène

Immersion dans la peau d'un schizophrène | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
A l'occasion de la 15ème édition des journées de la Schizophrénie, une nouvelle campagne interactive a été lancée pour comprendre la vie d'un schizophrène.

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Zemy : solution digitale dans le cancer du sein 

Zemy : solution digitale dans le cancer du sein  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Roche développe avec Voluntis une solution compagnon digitale pour améliorer l’accompagnement des patientes atteintes de cancer du sein : Zemy.

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La #healthtech française veut renforcer son rayonnement à l'international en 2018 #medtech #esante #hcsmeufr 

La #healthtech française veut renforcer son rayonnement à l'international en 2018 #medtech #esante #hcsmeufr  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it

STRASBOURG (TICpharma) - Guillaume Facchi, directeur des opérations du pôle Alsace BioValley et secrétaire national de FrenchTech HealthTech, a détaillé le 22 mars la feuille de route de son réseau thématique pour 2018, avec un cap marqué sur l'international.



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Guillaume Facchi, directeur des opérations du pôle Alsace BioValley et secrétaire national de FrenchTech HealthTech, a détaillé le 22 mars la feuille de route de son réseau thématique pour 2018, avec un cap marqué sur l'international.

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Qui doit « prescrire » l’usage de la TELECONSULTATION? Le patient ou son médecin?

Qui doit « prescrire » l’usage de la TELECONSULTATION? Le patient ou son médecin? | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Santé connectée et télémédecine - http://www.telemedaction.org/
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Les outils numériques de la #TELEMEDECINE arrivent à grand pas dans notre quotidien. La #TELECONSULTATION va permettre la mise en relation à distance par vidéotransmission du patient avec « un » médecin. Dans notre vision de consommateur « numérique » nous faisons le parallèle avec la facilité de faire un virement de banque en ligne, réserver une chambre d’hôtel ou un vol d’avion sur diverses plateformes... Si le patient connaît la finalité de l’acte médical, dans ce cas il pourra dans l’absolu « s’auto-prescrire » une #TELECONSULTATION... et recourir aux plateformes directes de #TELECONSULTATION. Le patient « augmenté » expert pourrait certainement le faire dans un certain nombre de cas.Mais, la plupart du temps, comment le patient, même expert, peut-il savoir s’il doit être ausculté, examiné, avoir un ECG, un test d’effort ou une échographie ? Dans son intérêt medical... dans ce cas, l’usage de la #TELECONSULTATION relève d’une prescription médicale d’un professionnel de santé. Qui, dans l’intérêt de son patient, réalise une consultation à distance sans compromettre le parcours de soin qui doit mener à la guérison ou à la prévention efficace.Deux usages très différents pour les mêmes outils.
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Les outils numériques de la #TELEMEDECINE arrivent à grand pas dans notre quotidien. La #TELECONSULTATION va permettre la mise en relation à distance par vidéotransmission du patient avec « un » médecin. Dans notre vision de consommateur « numérique » nous faisons le parallèle avec la facilité de faire un virement de banque en ligne, réserver une chambre d’hôtel ou un vol d’avion sur diverses plateformes... Si le patient connaît la finalité de l’acte médical, dans ce cas il pourra dans l’absolu « s’auto-prescrire » une #TELECONSULTATION... et recourir aux plateformes directes de #TELECONSULTATION. Le patient « augmenté » expert pourrait certainement le faire dans un certain nombre de cas.Mais, la plupart du temps, comment le patient, même expert, peut-il savoir s’il doit être ausculté, examiné, avoir un ECG, un test d’effort ou une échographie ? Dans son intérêt medical... dans ce cas, l’usage de la #TELECONSULTATION relève d’une prescription médicale d’un professionnel de santé. Qui, dans l’intérêt de son patient, réalise une consultation à distance sans compromettre le parcours de soin qui doit mener à la guérison ou à la prévention efficace.Deux usages très différents pour les mêmes outils.
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Telemedicine, Telehealth, Connected Health, and Digital Health Defined  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth #hcsmeu

Telemedicine, Telehealth, Connected Health, and Digital Health Defined  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth #hcsmeu | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it

When it comes to using technology to deliver healthcare effectively, we are in a state of widespread confusion. And this confusion is contributing to the lack of progress on the healthcare innovation front, especially on the legislative and fiscal side. For example, as one analysis revealed, no two states in the union share the same definition or regulation for telehealth.

One of the definitions of confusion is “a disorderly combination of elements with identities lost and distinctions blended”. I love that description as it paints an apt picture of the conundrum posed by the variety of terms, differing definitions, and inconsistent use of terms. How can we regulate or even simply offer any Digital Health service, if parties are not even on the same page regarding their understanding of the terms?

 

A Telehealth Taxonomy

When I launched Ingenium Telehealth in 2012, I wanted to make sure that I would be using the terms in this field “correctly”, naively believing that surely the industry had agreed on a set of definitions. So I downloaded and searched about two dozen research articles on the definition of Telehealth and Telemedicine (including two or three articles comparing definitions in the research literature) and frustratedly came up empty handed. There didn’t seem to be any consensus! So, by analyzing and merging the definitions that appealed to my logical engineering mind, I settled on a my own set of definitions and created a visual to better communicate my view of the telehealth world.

The definition I use for Telehealth is "delivering healthcare at a distance", which includes distant health education (TeleEducation), remote treatment (TeleTherapy) and Telemedicine.


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On a testé Foodvisor, l'application mobile qui compte les calories dans votre assiette - Sciencesetavenir.fr

On a testé Foodvisor, l'application mobile qui compte les calories dans votre assiette - Sciencesetavenir.fr | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
L'intelligence artificielle est dans l'assiette avec Foodvisor, une application qui reconnaît les aliments et compte leurs calories.

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Une initiative #foodtech, ou comment mesurer directement les catégories d'aliments (glucides, lipides, protéines) et les calories contenus dans votre assiette gràce à l'#IA. #esanté #MBAMCI

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Medical practitioners opt for social media platforms & clinical apps to widen their knowledge base: 

Medical practitioners opt for social media platforms & clinical apps to widen their knowledge base:  | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it

Medical practitioners currently use a variety of social media and clinical apps to further their learning and knowledge. These platforms act as enablers to help manage or engage patients effectively, said Jayesh Chauhan, chief development officer, WhiteCoats, a digital platform for doctors.

Popular categories of medical apps for medical news & journal updates, drug databases, disease protocols & guidelines are also gaining traction and user base, he added.

While there are various online solutions for appointments and consultations, WhiteCoats is one of the few platforms that allows them to communicate and collaborate within related speciality groups specialists which could be either a medical association or a hospital.

In the last 18 months, WhiteCoats helps over 50 medical societies’ across specialities to further their digital initiatives. We are continually working on strategies to engage over 1 lakh doctors on the platform to provide significant value on a daily basis, said Chauhan.

By 2020, WhiteCoats is gearing up to be a top digital platform for medical practitioners and medical communities in India, measured not just by number of doctors but in terms of the value derived by engaging with them and using the platform, he said.

The company which is funded 100% by ValueMomentum has received $500,000 with a current recurring investment of around $1 million each year. Currently its team comprises of over 40 members across product, technology, medical practitioners, and market execution teams.

Solution areas being explored for the future include Patient Engagement, and Condition Focused Remote Patient Monitoring/Care. These capabilities will be offered to individual practitioners as well as SMB clinics/hospitals on the WhiteCoats network. In addition, it will enhance the community engagement capabilities offered to medical societies hospitals and clinics.

It is reported that health-tech start-ups globally received over $13 billion of funding in the past year. Indian health-tech firms have raised over $350 million in this period with over 100 deals in this space. Hence, these patient-interface business solutions and platforms that are focused on bringing in efficiencies and effectiveness to a medical practitioner will also find its due share in terms of investments, said Chauhan.

The challenge in terms of adoption and growth for apps and digital platforms for doctors will be to continually add value, and stay relevant to the current developments. 


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Santé connectée : la médecine à l'heure de la robotique

Santé connectée : la médecine à l'heure de la robotique | Le Monde de la pharma & de la santé connectée | Scoop.it
Les robots sont de plus en plus présents dans les blocs opératoires. Non sans quelques risques qu'il convient d

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