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Vet IN Tech - un nouveau think tank dans la #esanté - #hcsmeufr @vetintech

From pharmageek.fr

Ils m’ont fait l’honneur et l’amitié de me mettre dans la confidence depuis quelques mois. Ils m’ont même demandé de contribuer à leur livre blanc. Pour […]
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E-santé : le digital pourra-t-il sauver le patient français ? #hcsmeufr #esante

From www.journaldunet.com

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.
Rémy TESTON's curator insight, November 21, 3:09 PM
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Un nouveau think tank dans la #esanté ... VET IN TECH #bienvenue #esanteAnimale #hcsmeufr #onehealth 

From connected-vet.com

E-santé animale
La e-santé animale se définit comme l’ensemble des services apportés par le numérique au service de la santé et du bien-être de l’animal.

Téléchargez notre premier livre blanc : "E-santé animale : En savoir plus sur les objets connectés"












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Mobile and IoT drive better outcomes in healthcare #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From internetofthingsagenda.techtarget.com

Mobile devices and IoT technology are creating a seamless, secure experience for patients and healthcare organizations alike.
Florian Morandeau's curator insight, November 9, 2:47 AM

IoT to simplify the patient experience & improve quality of care.

Un logiciel pour "calculer" le risque de cancer du sein #hcsmeufr #esante

From www.ledauphine.com

Prévoir quelles femmes ont davantage de risque de développer un cancer du sein, et doivent donc être surveillées plus fréquemment. C’est la piste qu’explore l’Institut Gustave-Roussy, à l’aide du logiciel Mammorisk, pour aller vers un dépistage plus personnalisé.
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Efficacité du e-coaching nutritionnel chez les patients diabétiques de type 2 avec obésité abdominale

From presse.inserm.fr

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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L’analyse d’impact relative à la protection des données (DPIA) | CNIL #esante #hcsmeufr 

From www.cnil.fr

Qu’est-ce qu’une analyse d’impact relative à la protection des données (DPIA) ? L’analyse d’impact (DPIA) est un outil important pour la responsabilisation des organismes : elle les aide non seulement à construire des traitements de données respectueux de la vie privée, mais aussi à démontrer leur conformité au Règlement général sur la protection des données (RGPD). Elle est obligatoire pour les traitements susceptibles d’engendrer des risques élevés.
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Digital Health Not Just for Millennials #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From markets.businessinsider.com

DALLAS, Nov. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- While digital health technology adoption has consistently been higher amongst younger generations, a new study 'Th
Florian Morandeau's curator insight, November 10, 2:39 AM

Health technology is being embraced by the Baby Boomer generation too.

IQVIA report: mHealth apps in five therapy areas could produce $7B in annual savings  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From mhealthspot.com

IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science has released a new report which has found that the number of mHealth apps available to consumers now surpass 318,500 — nearly double the number available just two years ago — with approximately 200 new apps added to the market each day.

While general wellness apps still account for most mobile health apps available, the number of apps focused on health condition management are increasing at a faster rate, representing 40 percent of all health-related apps.

However, 85 percent of all health apps have fewer than 5,000 downloads, while 41 apps have registered at least 10 million downloads together representing nearly half of all app download activity. Separately, there is also now at least one high-quality app for each step of the patient journey.

The study, The Growing Value of Digital Health: Evidence and Impact on Human Health and the Healthcare System, is said to be the most comprehensive of its kind conducted to date and extends the Institute's examination of consumer-focused mobile apps in the health system conducted in 2015.
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Report: With today's technology, digital health could save US $7 billion #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.mobihealthnews.com

Existing digital health products, if deployed comprehensively across the country, could save the US $7 billion a year in healthcare spending, according to a new report from IQVIA, which until yesterday was known as Quintiles/IMS Health.
Florian Morandeau's curator insight, November 10, 2:48 AM

A proven reduction in acute care utilization with mHealth.

Digitalisation des assureurs : des progrès, mais peut mieux faire ! (Etude Colombus Consulting) #esante #hcsmeufr 

From www.argusdelassurance.com

Acteurs : « La digitalisation des services d’assurance se poursuit, observe Catherine Hélaine, associée du cabinet de conseil Colombus... Contexte Exclusif, Etude, Transformation digitale, Internet - Actualité et comparateur Assurances
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Pas de médecin à bord ? Un outil fait le diagnostic

From www.sciencesetavenir.fr

La start-up Pocramé propose une solution innovante permettant à un opérateur non médical de diagnostiquer rapidement les maladies infectieuses.
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Digital Technology and the Future of Cancer Care #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.cityofhope.org

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.


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.”


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.


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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How Digital Health Care Can Help Prevent Chronic Diseases Like Diabetes #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From hbr.org

The trick is getting patients to stick to a program.
Florian Morandeau's curator insight, November 6, 2:16 AM

Monitoring chronic diseases with digital is a huge challenge.

Illumina wants to sequence your whole genome for $100 #esante #hcsmeufr

From techcrunch.com

The first sequencing of the whole human genome in 2003 cost roughly $2.7 billion, but DNA sequencing giant Illumina has now unveiled a new machine that the..
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Using data and technology to improve healthcare ecosystems #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.mckinsey.com

A Verily Life Sciences executive explains how the company targets better patient outcomes by harnessing analytics, machine learning, and other digital tools.
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The Internet of Voice in Health: Why It's Time to Pay Attention  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From hitconsultant.net

Voice interfaces are already having an impact on health. The recently completed Alexa Diabetes Challenge demonstrated that voice-computer interface
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Dr Google knows best: how technology is disrupting our relationships with GPs  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.theguardian.com

The ability to self-manage our health could break down barriers to efficient healthcare, but only if doctors embrace the technology
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A new chatbot will help with depression—and it’s backed by one of the biggest names in AI  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.technologyreview.com

Woebot combines cognitive behavior therapy with advances in natural language to create a virtual counselor.
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Diabetes Technology Moves Closer To Making Life Easier For Patients  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.npr.org

While the technology is moving rapidly, insurance, regulatory, and supply challenges make it harder for patients to quickly access the latest medical advances to manage their condition.
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#DigitalHealth: More than 100 European organizations address digital innovation in health care

From www.eureporter.co

Today, 17 October, at a high-level e-health conference in Tallinn, a joint declaration of e-health organizations was announced to accelerate digital innovation in health care. The declaration of over 100 European organizations’ calls for concrete steps to develop e-health in Europe and all stakeholders interested in the future of e-health are expected to co-endorse it and to [...]
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La e-santé au service des territoires #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.nouvelle-aquitaine.fr

Et si le numérique permettait aux habitants de bénéficier d’un meilleur accès aux soins ? La Région développe pour cela une « feuille de route » afin de propulser la Nouvelle-Aquitaine au rang de première région de France en e-santé.
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