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Insurers Hold the Key to Healthcare’s Digital Future #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From www.bain.com

Health insurers have a multibillion-dollar opportunity to lead a digital transformation of healthcare that will mean lower costs and better care for patients.
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Healthcare consumerism 2018: An update on the journey | McKinsey & Company  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From www.mckinsey.com

McKinsey’s latest healthcare consumer research suggests that consumer engagement can improve care access, quality, and affordability. But to be successful, it requires true collaboration.
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Veiller sur mes parents –  #hcsmeufr #esante un service de la Poste 

From www.laposte.fr

Le facteur rend des visites régulières à vos parents âgés : des passages 1, 2, 4 ou 6 fois par semaine, un service de téléassistance 24/24, 7j/7 et une mise en relation petits dépannages.
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Four Principles For Success With Digital Health #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From www.forbes.com

For health care organizations looking to embrace the digital era, their strategy needs to include more than simply plugging in a new technology to serve a limited function.
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Healthcare consumerism 2018: An update on the journey  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From www.mckinsey.com

McKinsey’s latest healthcare consumer research suggests that consumer engagement can improve care access, quality, and affordability. But to be successful, it requires true collaboration.
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Tech transformation is coming to healthcare. #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From earthware.co.uk

earthware's thoughts, opinions and experiences on the right and wrong way to deliver digital solutions. Coding tips and technology reviews
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Global views on healthcare in 2018 #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From www.ipsos.com

In the new Ipsos Global Advisor survey, Britons are most positive globally about their healthcare system and - with Spain - have the highest confidence that they get the best treatment.

 

Some of the remarkable findings:

  1. "Consumers’ assessment of the quality of their healthcare varies widely across the 28 countries covered in an Ipsos Global Advisor survey of more than 23,000 adults. Globally, 45% rate the quality of the healthcare they have access to in their country as good, 33% rate it as neither good nor poor and 23% as poor.
  2. Among problems facing healthcare systems, access to treatment/long waiting times is the one consumers around the world are most likely to view as a major concern (selected by 40%), most of all in Poland (70%), Serbia (68%), Hungary (65%) and Chile (64%). Insufficient staffing is the second most cited major problem globally (by 36%), most of all in Sweden (68%), France (67%), Hungary (63%) and Germany (61%). Cost of accessing treatment third most cited problem worldwide (by 32%) – but ranks at #1 in the U.S. (64%), Malaysia (49%), India (44%), Saudi Arabia (32%), and in a statistical tie with other issues in Australia (38%).
  3. Views about the future of healthcare differ widely across countries as optimism prevails in emerging countries (especially China, India, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and throughout Latin America) while pessimism dominates in many developed countries (especially in Western Europe).
  4. Globally, less than half of all participants agree that the provider they last saw know them as a person (36%), or that they know that doctor very well (37%), or that the doctor showed them emotional support (40%).
  5. Globally, one half (49%) agree they get all the medical care they need while one quarter (24%) disagree and another quarter (27%) neither agree nor disagree.
  6. Globally, cancer ranks as the #1 public health concern with obesity a far second.

Thinking about Telemedicine

  • Globally, only 10% report having ever used telemedicine. Generally speaking, reported experience is far more common in emerging countries of Asia and the Middle East and in the United States than it is in Europe. Among the 10% who have used it, about two thirds say they would use it again and one third say they wouldn’t. Globally, 44% say they haven’t used it but would try it.
  • Globally, 12% say they currently use a connected health device or tool to manage their health, 15% say they have used one, but are not using any now, and 68% say they have never used one – the other 6% do not know. The five countries where usage is highest are the same as with telemedicine: China (28%), India (23%), Saudi Arabia (22%), Malaysia (18%) and the U.S. (15%).
rob halkes's curator insight, August 8, 9:13 AM

In the perspective on patients/consumers there is still alot to do in getting healthcare right! A conclusion from the recent (2018) global survey of health by Ipsos
"Views about the future of healthcare differ widely across countries as optimism prevails in emerging countries (especially China, India, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and throughout Latin America) while pessimism dominates in many developed countries (especially in Western Europe)."

Interesting is to see how patients' responses do tell more about their beleifs, then about figures. Where is the global survey that really compare data like from GHO/WHO, EU, IFPMA, OECD, and Global Health 50/50?

More disturbing for scholars on healthcare is the disappointing percentage of people having experience with telemedicine!  

The State Of Digital Business Transformation, 2018 #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From www.forbes.com

Big Data/Analytics (58%), mobile technologies (59%), private cloud (53%), public cloud (45%) and APIs and embeddable technologies (40%) are the top five technologies already implemented.
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Synopsis report of the public consultation on Digital transformation of health and care #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From ec.europa.eu

The results of the public consultation on transformation of Health and Care in the Digital Single Market (20 July - 12 October 2017) are now available.
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L'e-santé pourrait faire économiser 70 millions d'euros à l'assurance maladie (rapport) #hcsmeufr #esante 

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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Healthcare digital transformation maps the new patient journey #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

From searchhealthit.techtarget.com

To understand the modern patient experience, look to the technology trends behind healthcare digital transformation, including greater EHR data integration, better access to patient records and population health management.
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#RH Hausse du nombre d'offres d'emploi dans le secteur de l'#esanté (étude Joblift) #hcsmeufr 

From www.ticsante.com

Le nombre d'offres d'emploi dans le secteur de l'e-santé en France a augmenté de 3% par mois sur les deux dernières années, a constaté la plateforme de recherche d'emploi Joblift dans une étude publiée le 13 juillet.
GIE_GERS's curator insight, July 27, 2:22 AM

Le nombre d'offres d'emploi dans le secteur de l'e-santé en France a augmenté de 3% par mois sur les deux dernières années, a constaté la plateforme de recherche d'emploi Joblift dans une étude publiée le 13 juillet.

Le gouvernement va investir dans l'amélioration des #diagnostics médicaux par l'#IA #esante 

From www.ticpharma.com

Le fonds pour l'innovation et l'industrie, doté de 10 milliards d'euros, va investir 30 millions d'euros sur trois ans dans l'amélioration des diagnostics médicaux par l'intelligence artificielle (IA) et 30 millions supplémentaires dans la fiabilisation des systèmes d'IA, a annoncé le ministre de l'économie et des finances, Bruno Le Maire, mercredi 18 juillet.
GIE_GERS's curator insight, July 24, 3:46 AM

Le fonds pour l'innovation et l'industrie, doté de 10 milliards d'euros, va investir 30 millions d'euros sur trois ans dans l'amélioration des diagnostics médicaux par l'intelligence artificielle (IA) et 30 millions supplémentaires dans la fiabilisation des systèmes d'IA, a annoncé le ministre de l'économie et des finances, Bruno Le Maire, mercredi 18 juillet.

Who ‘owns’ the healthcare consumer of the future?  #hcsmeufr #esante

From www.cio.com

CVS and Aetna are merging. Amazon, JPMorgan Chase, and Berkshire Hathaway are forming a joint venture aimed at reducing health care costs and improving outcomes. Cigna is acquiring Express Scripts. The proposed mergers promise a revolution that could fundamentally alter the current healthcare landscape and the relationships between providers and patients. With these giant corporations betting big on healthcare, a logical question to ask is: What’s behind it all?

 

The answer is simple: ownership of the healthcare consumer experience, and by extension, the consumer.

Digitalization and healthcare consumerism

In the past few years, Amazon has reshaped the relationship between consumers and marketers. It has forged itself into being the preferred destination for consumers seeking convenience. Now, imagine Amazon applying this power to the healthcare sector. The company already offers a wide range of the over-the-counter drugs in their health and wellness section. Going from there to selling prescription drugs is not a big step. However, that step could become a big leap in terms of the shift in consumer loyalties if consumers are provided the option to order their 90-day medication refill and have it delivered to their doorstep (maybe even by a drone).

 

Recognizing the threat, many health systems are taking measures to digitalize their relationships with consumers by focusing on something they have long neglected: convenience. Virtual visits and e-visits are now becoming commonplace. A young mother of three no longer has to bundle her kids into the car and drive an hour each way to her hospital for a routine follow-up that takes all of fifteen minutes in the physician's office. A senior citizen in a wheelchair on multiple chronic-care medications no longer needs to "check in" by getting physically to a physician's office. They can both do their visits through secure messaging, or if required, through a virtual real-time consultation.

 

The above is just one example of how digitalization could reshape relationships between consumers and providers.

Data, analytics, digital

Here is another scenario that is already starting to play out. Consider a patient with high blood pressure. Technology is enabling patient-generated health data (PGHD) from wearables and sensors that include blood pressure, heart rate, glucose levels, and medication adherence to be transmitted seamlessly into the patient’s electronic health record (EHR). The combined data is being analyzed for trends and insights and made available to everyone involved in that patient’s care, enabling care teams to manage the patient more effectively. The patient can still control who can see the information by following an e-consent process through an app right on the mobile device. If a patient opts to participate in clinical studies, that person can be matched automatically with relevant opportunities. Both the individual patient and the population improve their health outcomes as a result.

 

Data-driven advancements are arriving in the form of both precision medicine and healthcare consumerism. Advancements in precision medicine are expected as the relationship between data from wearables, sensors, social determinants and other emerging sources is better interpreted through advanced artificial intelligence (AI), and yielding better outcomes. We are in the early stages of a new push toward patient-centered, consumer-directed care that is demonstrating strong growth potential.

 

What we are also starting to see is some redistribution of the in-person visits between traditional providers and emerging ones. As an example, CVS and Aetna are betting that consumers may prefer to visit one of their many walk-in clinics for minor conditions instead of waiting to schedule an appointment with their primary care physician in the hospital down the road. Urgent care is already shifting out of hospitals, and in many cases, going virtual altogether. The rise of companies such as Teladoc and Doctor-on-demand is clear evidence of this.

Bricks and mortar is not going away

None of this suggests that the traditional healthcare setting is fading into obscurity. Health systems, especially those with strong brands in their local and regional markets, have an unassailable lead today as trusted healthcare partners in their communities. Many of them are already making big investments in digitalization programs that will enable consumers to get the best of both worlds, namely a virtual experience for routine healthcare and urgent care needs, and an in-patient experience for acute care needs. For a high-quality patient journey, these two worlds must be tightly integrated. Only traditional hospitals can provide that truly integrated experience today.

The future of healthcare consumerism is not an either/or

If Big Data’s relationship to precision medicine has been on a more or less predictable trajectory, the explosive growth of healthcare consumerism has opened up options for healthcare consumers seeking convenience in addition to the quality of care. The healthcare leaders of tomorrow will ideally sit at the intersection of these two critical aspects of healthcare delivery. A reputation built on high-quality care alone will no longer be enough; neither will a reputation for slick user interfaces and transactional convenience.

 

A friend, who is also the CIO of a large health system, recently suffered a heart attack during a race. As he felt it coming on, he wisely checked himself into the medical tent from where he was rushed to a nearby hospital. A stent was put into his chest that saved his life. Imagine a scenario where with the help of real-time, advanced analytics and AI technologies, his imminent heart attack could have been predicted. Imagine, too, if he had not had access to one of the most experienced and qualified cardiologists in the country to attend to him during the emergency. Digitalization can ensure that the cardiologist's knowledge, wisdom, and experience are still accessible no matter the current physical location of the patient.

 

Ownership of the healthcare consumer experience requires a mixture of convenience and quality enabled by a robust data and analytics capability. No one sits precisely at that happy intersection today. However, the race is already underway to get there.

Technical Dr. Inc.'s curator insight, July 23, 5:14 AM
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#medtech Les biotechs montpelliéraines brillent en #Esante #hcsmeufr 

From objectif-languedoc-roussillon.latribune.fr

La société de biotechnologie Deinove (composés issus de microorganismes), basée à Montpellier, a annoncé, le 10 juillet, qu'elle est lauréate du prix de la technologie la plus innovante remis par le pôle IAR. Elle complète un trio de pépites elles aussi récompensées en quelques jours : Aviitam (carnet de santé connecté), Resilient Innovation (dispositif contre les troubles neurologiques), et SeqOne (séquençage haut débit).
GIE_GERS's curator insight, July 19, 9:44 AM

La société de biotechnologie Deinove (composés issus de microorganismes), basée à Montpellier, a annoncé, le 10 juillet, qu'elle est lauréate du prix de la technologie la plus innovante remis par le pôle IAR. Elle complète un trio de pépites elles aussi récompensées en quelques jours : Aviitam (carnet de santé connecté), Resilient Innovation (dispositif contre les troubles neurologiques), et SeqOne (séquençage haut débit).

Un "plan de santé numérique" de grande ambition est nécessaire (rapport CAP 2022) #hcsmeufr 

From www.ticsante.com

Le Comité Action publique 2022 (CAP 2022) propose de renforcer l'innovation en santé, la sécurité et l'efficience du système de soins, notamment en lançant un plan de santé numérique de grande ambition, indique-t-il dans son rapport diffusé le 20 juillet par le syndicat Solidaires Finances publiques
GIE_GERS's curator insight, July 24, 3:43 AM

Le Comité Action publique 2022 (CAP 2022) propose de renforcer l'innovation en santé, la sécurité et l'efficience du système de soins, notamment en lançant un plan de santé numérique de grande ambition, indique-t-il dans son rapport diffusé le 20 juillet par le syndicat Solidaires Finances publiques

[Made in Bordeaux] Place forte de la e-santé  #esante #hcsmeufr cc @jeromeleleu

From www.frenchweb.fr

L’écosystème bordelais jouit d’une conjonction très favorable et montre un dynamisme grandissant dans le secteur de la e-santé:
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Commission: communication on the future of digital health #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From ejhp.bmj.com

In a communication that was published at the end of April, the European Commission provided insights on the digital transformation of health and care in the Digital Single Market. Measures identified by the communication aim at increasing the availability of data in the EU and at building on previous initiatives to boost the free flow of non-personal data. This publication basis itself on the result of a public consultation concluded in September 2017.

The initiative by the European Commission, which provides direction for EU-level activities in the field of digital health for the coming years, was welcomed by many stakeholders such as patient and healthcare professional associations. Three main areas of action were identified focusing on securing access to health data for citizens, personalised medicine and citizen empowerment with digital tools for user feedback and person-centred care.

Concrete actions for each of the three key areas have been put forward by the European Commission including but not limited to the development of an eHealth Digital Service Infrastructure, the creation of voluntary collaboration mechanisms for health research and clinical practice, the implementation of pilot exercises for rare and infectious diseases as well as the facilitation of the supply and uptake of innovative digital-based solutions for health.

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) published the results of an expert consultation on One Health preparedness in Europe. The report addresses the challenges of the One Health approach and seeks to identify priority areas for action to help strengthen it. One Health encompasses human and veterinary health as well as the environment.

Consultation participants suggested to reinforce ECDC’s role related to information exchange and coordination of surveillance data by improving cooperation with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), supporting the development of One Health action plans at national level, conducting integrated …
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JMIR-Determinants of Successful eHealth Coaching for Consumer Lifestyle Changes: Qualitative Interview Study Among Health Care Professionals  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.jmir.org

Journal of Medical Internet Research - International Scientific Journal for Medical Research, Information and Communication on the Internet
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Infographic: The 6 Forces Transforming the Future of Healthcare #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

From www.visualcapitalist.com

Disruptive technologies are advancing healthcare at an extraordinary pace. Here are six forces that healthcare companies must consider as they navigate it all.
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E-santé : vers l’empowerment du patient #esante #hcsmeufr 

From www.ipsos.com

La quatrième édition des conférences Ip-Hop organisées par Ipsos et l’agence de relations publiques Hopscotch, a réuni des experts de la santé connectée le 21 juin dernier. Les échanges ont porté sur l’évolution de la relation patient-médecin autour d’une question centrale : comment les outils et services digitaux apportent-ils aux patients l’autonomie qu’ils recherchent ? Éléments de réponse.
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Le numérique et l'e-santé dans le viseur du Conseil stratégique des industries de santé #esante #hcsmeufr 

From www.ticpharma.com

PARIS (TICpharma) - La transformation numérique du secteur de la santé et l'apport des technologies informatiques dans le domaine médical ont fait l'objet de plusieurs annonces et prises de position des pouvoirs publics et industriels, à l'issue de la huitième réunion du Conseil stratégique des industries de santé (Csis), qui s'est tenue le 10 juillet à Matignon.


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Robot d'accueil à l'hôpital, réalité virtuelle anti-stress, échographie à distance : à Castres, la e-santé dans tous ses états  #Esante #hcsmeufr #univEsante 

From www.lequotidiendumedecin.fr

Pendant trois jours (du 3 au 5 juillet), l’Université d’été de la e-santé, à Castres, a permis de s'immerger dans le monde foisonnant de la
GIE_GERS's curator insight, July 9, 4:47 PM

Pendant trois jours (du 3 au 5 juillet), l’Université d’été de la e-santé, à Castres, a permis de s'immerger dans le monde foisonnant de la santé connectée. Professionnels de santé, industriels offreurs de solutions, chercheurs, réseaux de patients : plus de 900 participants, acteurs et décideurs du secteur santé/social et de l’innovation technologique étaient attendus cette année.