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Le diplôme "santé connectée" de l'AP-HP fait le plein pour une deuxième année  #esante #hcsmeufr

From www.ticsante.com

Premier site français d’information en continu sur les technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC, NTIC) dans la santé
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Digital health tools: How the right IT solutions can deliver a better patient experience  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.beckershospitalreview.com

Healthcare organizations are responding to the consumerization trend by investing in IT solutions designed to improve the patient experience.
Florian Morandeau's curator insight, November 16, 1:38 AM

Digital health tools give clinicians access to more data to base their decisions off.

E-santé : le digital pourra-t-il sauver le patient français ?  #esante #hcsmeufr

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.
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Santé et objets connectés : le risque de piratage, fantasme ou réalité ?  #esante #hcsmeufr

From theconversation.com

Les opportunités offertes par les « health techs » ne doivent pas faire oublier les risques inhérents à l’hyperconnectivité. Des risques qui, dans le domaine sanitaire, sont particulièrement graves.
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Des limites technologiques et réglementaires à l'usage des lunettes connectées en chirurgie

From www.ticsante.com

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Entering the era of digital trials - PMLiVE  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.pmlive.com

How technology is transforming the design, conduct and analysis of clinical research
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21st Century Cures Act

From www.fda.gov

Description of the 21st Century Cures Act, signed into law on Dec. 13, 2016.
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Time to use technology, not be used by it: Build trust, relationships #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.medicaleconomics.com

For years, the healthcare industry has been scrambling to use new technologies to access consumers, to get closer to us, to secure us as customers. 


Healthcare organizations got on social media, built patient portals and smartphone apps. And guess what? It didn’t really work all that well. The intentions were good, but it turns out it was really all about them and not about us, the healthcare consumers. The focus was in the wrong place.

Today’s technology allows organizations to push out more and more information, useful or not. Conversely, technology enables the consumers of that information to throttle it. Consumers have more control over what they see and when they see it than ever before. Technology for technology’s sake has ceased to be the end game. Healthcare consumers are savvy and, more and more, want control—of everything.  

As Syndrome tells the Parr family in The Incredibles about his plan to sell his inventions and technology to all-comers: “Everyone can be super, and when everyone’s super, no one will be.” And that, essentially, is what’s happening with technology in healthcare. Everyone in the healthcare business has access to more or less the same technology: websites, patient portals, connected devices, wearables, chatbots, artificial intelligence. It’s understanding, fashioning, and empowering the relationships between these technologies and our humanity that will make healthcare organizations super today and in the future.

Online reviews build trust

To some degree, technology has become commoditized because everyone from health systems to healthcare providers to patients has access to it at a very low price. 

There’s an opportunity, however, for healthcare organizations to be super by using technology to serve customers. But they must approach the issue from the healthcare consumer’s point of view. The way to gain trust is by creating long-term, mutually beneficial relationships between healthcare consumers and healthcare organizations. 

The University of Utah hospital gets this relationship-based model. They understand healthcare consumers want to control their treatment destiny. 

Healthcare consumers using the university’s website bypass the marketing hype and go straight to the doctor ratings. That’s right. More than 40,000 patients have ranked and evaluated hundreds of primary care physicians and specialists. By opening its staff to this criticism, the hospital is fostering a long-term bond with anyone who is or may become a patient.

The hospital’s openness builds trust and puts the organization’s emphasis—from the very top to the very bottom—onimproving patient care and interactions.

Temper technology with humanity

The USC Center for Body Computing gets it, too. They recently published fitness research using leading-edge technology, including glasses with a biometric sensor. But the technology was simply the pipeline used to support a relationship built between study participants, digital coaches and an online community of like-minded people. This far-reaching social network, literally and figuratively, was designed to encourage participation in an exercise program.

The researchers learned three things increased engagement:

  • Digital coaching; 
  • Social networks; and
  • Philanthropy (participants who reached a certain involvement goal activated a donation of an eye exam and glasses to a person in need).

"One in every five Americans wears a health tracker but there was no research that took a look at what motivates engagement, until now," according to Leslie Saxon, MD, founder and executive director of the USC Center for Body Computing and the study’s primary investigator.

The engagement described in the study has nothing to do with technology and everything to do with friendships, relationships, andaltruism. This is technology done right. It works for the patient allowing her to engage with others on multiple levels and in doing so creates and builds long-term relationships. 

So the fact that 90 percent of healthcare practices offer a patient portal sounds great, like the healthcare industry’s work is already done. Unfortunately, that’s not true. Through its own studies the MGMA found many patient portals are poorly designed and really nothing more than a secure spot to send and receive messages.          

Poorly designed and clunky. Not a great strategy to build long-term patient relationships nor to keep healthcare consumers coming back to use the portal. Most patients who used these portals were undoubtedly one-time users who found them utterly useless for accomplishing anything that might be related to improving health.

Technology, of course, hasn’t really run its course. And it’s not going away.

But it is critical to temper and separate technology hype and usage with humanity in order to achieve the balance necessary to bring healthcare consumers into the fold even as new functionalities are implemented. The healthcare industry can’t lose sight of its customers as new technologies are brought into hospitals and exam rooms. 

Antonella Bonanni is chief marketing officer of healthcare at Cognizant, a Fortune 200 company. Antonella has an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh and a Masters of Communications from the CUOA in Vicenza, Italy.

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L'impact des disruptions technologiques sur les professionnels de santé #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.alternatives-economiques.fr

Le numérique, la robotisation et l'intelligence artificielle vont, au cours des prochaines années, bouleverser comme jamais notre système de santé.
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Soutenez la recherche en santé connectée ! #esante #hcsmeufr 

From fr.ulule.com

Observance thérapeutique : nos médecins chercheurs veulent conduire une étude pour évaluer l'impact d'objets connectés.
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Safety of patient-facing digital symptom checkers #hcsmeufr #esante

From www.thelancet.com

Misdiagnosis by physicians occurs in approximately 5% of outpatients.1 Computerised
diagnostic decision support (CDDS) programmes can help, and interest in this area
has increased alongside advances in artificial intelligence and wider availability
of clinical data. Originally designed for doctors, CDDS called symptom checkers are
designed to directly assist patients by creating differential diagnoses and advising
on the need for further care.
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Why Humans are the Future of Digital Health | Joe Kvedar | TEDxBeaconStreet #hcsmeufr

From www.youtube.com

As the number of older adults continues to grow, we will need to use technology to help us close the gap between the number of patients and caregivers
Art Jones's curator insight, November 10, 4:41 PM

How Lifespan will impact the Future of Healthcare.

Retour sur la Rencontre IRL consacrée au plan Ma Santé 2022 #hcsmeufr #esante

From club-digital-sante.info

Le Club Digital Santé s’est retrouvé une nouvelle fois In Real Lifepour un décryptage du volet numérique du plan Ma Santé 2022.
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Effectiveness of activity trackers with and without incentives to increase physical activity (TRIPPA): a randomised controlled trial #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.thelancet.com

The cash incentive was most effective at increasing MVPA bout min per week at 6 months,
but this effect was not sustained 6 months after the incentives were discontinued.
At 12 months, the activity tracker with or without charity incentives were effective
at stemming the reduction in MVPA bout min per week seen in the control group, but
we identified no evidence of improvements in health outcomes, either with or without
incentives, calling into question the value of these devices for health promotion.
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Effect of Wearable Technology Combined With a Lifestyle Intervention on Long-term Weight Loss: The IDEA Randomized Clinical Trial | Lifestyle Behaviors | JAMA | JAMA Network #esante #hcsmeufr #digi...

From jamanetwork.com

This randomized clinical trial compares the effects of a technology-enhanced vs a standard behavioral weight loss intervention on achieving weight loss over 24 months among adults.
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digihealth impact trac Q2 2018: Vital Trends and Patient Voices #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.slideshare.net

Download This Report Here: http://digihealth.info/dhimpact -- digihealth impact trac reports are designed to improve understanding of how organizations, start…
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Le Comité interministériel du handicap (CIH) encourage le recours aux nouvelles #technologies #esante #hcsmeufr 

From www.ticsante.com

Le Comité interministériel du handicap (CIH), qui a eu lieu le 25 octobre, en présence du premier ministre, Edouard Philippe, a annoncé le lancement de deux projets de développement de nouvelles technologies afin de favoriser l'autonomie de personnes en situation de handicap.
GIE_GERS's curator insight, November 4, 2:11 PM

Le Comité interministériel du handicap (CIH), qui a eu lieu le 25 octobre, en présence du premier ministre, Edouard Philippe, a annoncé le lancement de deux projets de développement de nouvelles technologies afin de favoriser l'autonomie de personnes en situation de handicap.

e-vet : la médecine vétérinaire connectée #hcsmeufr #esante

From e-vet.vet

Les pratiques et les outils sont, sous l'influence du développement du numérique et du partage de données, en plein bouleversement. Les organismes techniques vétérinaires sont logiquement amenés à se pencher sur l'évolution inéluctable de nos métiers. C'est pourquoi l'AFVAC, l'AVEF et la SNGTV s'associent pour organiser le congrès e-Vet sur la médecine vétérinaire connectée le 24 janvier 2019, à Paris.

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A futurist predicts what healthcare will look like in the late 2020s #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.healthcareitnews.com

Picture diagnostic booths with large screen 8K resolution, telemedicine tools, sensors tracking just about everything, and more.
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Pathologie | Philips Healthcare #esante #hcsmeufr 

From www.philips.be

La numérisation de nos soins de santé est une évolution irréversible. Cependant, les économistes de la santé rappellent souvent que l’innovation numérique n'a de sens que si elle se fait au bénéfice du patient.
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L’apport des NTIC dans l’accompagnement et l’éducation thérapeutique des patients #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.mmmieux.fr

Nous nous sommes interrogés sur l’apport des nouvelles technologies d’information et de communication, des objets connectés et de l’éducation à distance dans l’accompagnement et l’éducation thérapeutique du patient. Les outils sont nombreux et les innovations permanentes.
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