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Beam, une application Google Glass pour connecter patients et spécialistes de la santé | GoGlasses.fr

Beam, une application Google Glass pour connecter patients et spécialistes de la santé | GoGlasses.fr | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
Beam est une application permettant aux médecins de contacter des spécialistes durant la consultation. Ils peuvent ainsi détecter plus facilement les problèmes.

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La medición continua de nuestros biodatos cambiará la medicina

La medición continua de nuestros biodatos cambiará la medicina | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it

El 90 por ciento de los datos del mundo se ha generado en tan sólo los últimos dos años pero eso no es nada comparado con la cantidad de información que nos proporcionará los wearables (dispositivos con biosensores en la ropa), con los que se podrá contar con una medicina mucho más preventiva y personalizada. 

 

A modo de ejemplo hay ya un prototipo de sistema inteligente del calcetín Heapsylon que ayuda a detectar la evolución del pié diabético, y un sujetador inteligente que utiliza una serie de sensores para detectar el cáncer de mama. Cuenta con una precisión del 90 por ciento de detección, incluso antes de que cualquier mamografía.


En cuanto a los comercializados,destacan Fitbit, dispositivo en forma de pulsera de mano que permite controlar la actividad física; Basis Science, que a través de un reloj controla la temperatura , el sudor y la frecuencia cardíaca; Misfit Shine, anunciado como "el más elegante monitor de actividad física en el mundo", un dispositivo del tamaño de un botón que un apoyo masivo con su campaña de crowdsourcing, y que cuenta con opciones para llevarlo como un collar, reloj , cierre , o dentro de los calcetines o una camisa; y Scanadu Scout, un pequeño artilugio futurista que toma los signos vitales de una persona después de acercarlo a su frente .


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COM SALUD's curator insight, April 23, 2014 10:19 AM

La mitad de las pulseras wearables dejan de utilizarse a los 6 meses. Para que un dispositivo funcione debe incorporarse a las prendas habituales de ropa o integrarse en el móvil. En cualquier caso, la revolución de los wearables o "vestibles" está en marcha y su aportación a la salud individual y colectiva, innegable.

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Gamification and Habits - Gamification: #sim4health #hcsmeu #hcsmca

Gamification and Habits - Gamification: #sim4health #hcsmeu #hcsmca | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
Use gamification to help people change behaviours and build habits

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Lionel Reichardt / le Pharmageek's curator insight, April 10, 2014 12:51 AM

Pharmageek partenaire de Interaction Healthcare à l'occasion de la conférence :

"Du serious game au Google glass, comment la simulation numérique peut changer la pratique du médecin et la vie du patient ?"

qui a eu lieu le 3 avril  à PARIS

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Pharmageek partenaire de Interaction Healthcare à l'occasion de la conférence :

"Du serious game au Google glass, comment la simulation numérique peut changer la pratique du médecin et la vie du patient ?"

qui aura lieu

le 10 avril prochain à MONTREAL -CANADA

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A pulse check on wearable tech: Think beyond the wrist already | ZDNet

A pulse check on wearable tech: Think beyond the wrist already | ZDNet | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
Wearable tech is more than just another receptacle for data collection. It's also more than a fashion statement. Where can these two meet in the middle?

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What Does Quantified-Self Mean for the Office?

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Wearables are a hot movement - but can they be applied to the office? We think so.

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BluFit, La bouteille connectée qui suirveille votre hydratation

BluFit, La bouteille connectée qui suirveille votre hydratation | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
BluFit est une bouteille d’eau connectée à votre smartphone pour mesurer votre hydatation en temps réel. Cette gourde est équipée de capteurs pour connaitre l’heure et la quantité d’eau consommée durant votre journée. Bluefit se connecte à un smartphone en Bluetooth 4.0 afin de transmettre les informations mesurées via une application mobile dédiée.

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iHealth ‘smart cuff’ medical device may save you from a heart attack #hcsmeu #quantifiedself #mhealth

iHealth ‘smart cuff’ medical device may save you from a heart attack #hcsmeu #quantifiedself #mhealth | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
The cuff will monitor endothelial function, which may be a far better and more accurate method of predicting a heart attack than a cholesterol test.

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MyVaps, un module pour rendre sa cigarette électronique intelligente

MyVaps, un module pour rendre sa cigarette électronique intelligente | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
Une start-up française lance MyVaps : un projet d’objet connecté à switcher sur une e-cigarette standard pour mesurer et contrôler son vapotage.
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Healbe GoBe: The Only Way to Automatically Measure Calorie Intake

GoBe is the first and only wearable device that automatically measures the
calories you consume and burn, through your skin--by reading the glucose in cells.

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Wearables Offer Realtime Health Checks #quantifiedself #hcsmeu #mhealth

Wearables Offer Realtime Health Checks #quantifiedself #hcsmeu #mhealth | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it

 

Wearable health and fitness monitors are more than a trend in the connected-health space; they represent the future as more consumers become aware of the value realtime data can add to their lives. As the market for these devices and solutions broadens and diversifies, it’s up to devicemakers and technology providers to discover and deliver the experience and the formfactor consumers will respond to most.

In 2013, ABI Research, www.abiresearch.com, says wearable devices that monitor heart rate and activity levels made up the largest share of wireless device shipments. In fact, ABI found the most “popular” device functionality in 2013 was heart rate monitoring, with 12 million devices shipped. Dedicated pedometers and activity trackers came in second and third place, combining to account for 16 million of the devices that shipped last year. ABI predicts heart-rate monitors, pedometers, and activity trackers will continue to dominate the wearable-device scene in the near future—even as more sophisticated devices such as smart watches and even smart glasses enter the market.

A new wearable device from ieWei, www.eiwei.net, the ieWei Wristband, aims to claim a piece of the marketshare with the help of some unique features. ieWei describes its device as an “alert system” capable of measuring the wearer’s exposure to harmful radiation, in addition to monitoring heart rate and body temperature.


According to the company, electromagnetic radiation is an emerging health problem in today’s society; a problem that must be monitored. The ieWei Wristband detects harmful radiation levels and alerts the wearer so she can make an informed decision about her body and her environment.

In addition, the wristband can give the wearer realtime information about her heart rate, which can be a key indicator about a person’s stress levels. If the heart rate exceeds a certain level, the device will vibrate a subtle warning. In conjunction with the ieWei app, the solution is one example of how companies are helping consumers monitor their own health and wellness. The device is scheduled to become available in the U.S., Europe, and Asia this spring.

The intersection between health monitoring and wearable devices will be an important reality moving forward. As wearable devices inch closer to mainstream adoption, consumers’ preferences and buying patterns will dictate which types of devices make it big in 2014 and beyond.

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No Longer Clashing, Wearable Tech Embraces Fashion

No Longer Clashing, Wearable Tech Embraces Fashion | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
The days of chunky, loud-colored straps may be waning as the fashion industry tackles wearable gadgets.

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Smoke at home 'harms kids' arteries'

Smoke at home 'harms kids' arteries' | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it

Passive smoking causes lasting damage to children's arteries, prematurely ageing their blood vessels by more than three years, say researchers.

 

The damage - thickening of blood vessel walls - increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes in later life, they say in the European Heart Journal.

 

Experts say there is no "safe" level of exposure to second-hand smoke.


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5 ways to improve the adoption of medical apps

5 ways to improve the adoption of medical apps | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it

Before the adoption of new technologies which will undoubtedly improve health care (as it has the retail and finance sectors), it must be introduced in ways which are digestible, scalable, and subject to rapid iteration.

Is mobile technology different from the adoption of any other change in health care delivery? I think not. The culture of care certainly requires change as care models are changing. The point of care is shifting to the home, professionals other than physicians are delivering most of the care, and digital technology is becoming a fact of daily life.

 

With this care shift is the shift of daily tasks to mobile technology. Most mobile tools utilized today by physicians is related to reference or other resources geared towards them, not the patient or care. I suggest a few ways in which the introduction of mobile health care tools to physicians will itself lead to adoption. Baby steps are needed in this process contrary to what I see as industry’s “build it and they will come” philosophy, with its predictable disappointment.

The following suggestions are predicated on good medical app development practices.

1. Involve physicians in clinical pilots.  This accomplishes three things. It introduces physicians to mobile health tools and processes involved in using them. It serves an avenue for user experience feedback from both clinicians and patients, and might provide some outcomes data.

2. Establish a network of key opinion leaders (KOLs). Peer to peer education has a successful track record in both the pharma and medical device sectors. The “in the trenches” experience provided by these KOLs is invaluable in conveying information and addressing concerns of physicians.  It speaks to pain points, benefit to patients, and health care and business models.  These KOLs using digital tools themselves via closed professional social networks is a model I would look forward to being useful.  KOLs have impact via presenting data at professional society meetings, discussing new technologies via traditional media outlets as well as social media.

3. Payers incentivizing physicians to use good tools (portal, diabetes tools).  The use of mobile health apps and other tools (communications, delivery of educational content, and interoperability of data with EHR) might promote or even necessitate the use of robust patient portals. This therefore accomplishes two things which will benefit patients. Payers are in the unique position to incentivize both patients and providers to take advantage of these mobile tools. In what way can payers incentivize physicians? How about having a physician directory which spotlights those who utilize mobile health technologies?  Like-minded patients who desire to become more participatory in their care will gravitate towards these providers, thereby potentially fostering good relationships even before they meet.

4. Patients introducing technology. Changing behavior in the doctor-patient relationship can be a bidirectional process. Just as physicians can change patient behavior, patients can exert influence as consumers on physicians by asking questions about the use of digital technologies by their physicians. These inquiries might get physicians thinking. Patients who suggest medications based on DTC marketing ads often receive them. Patients who are proactive are better patients.

5. Medical school courses for students. Digital natives (or close to them) are now medical students. There is much enthusiasm by students for the use of mobile technologies in health care.  Many are designing apps or anxious for others to do so. There are many reasons why medical schools are at the forefront of mobile medical apps. A “bottom up” approach seems logical  in this arena because of the slow pace of the change in health care culture by the establishment. Mentors in medical school might not be champions of mobile health tools for many reasons. As often is the case in politics of many sectors of society, the new generation is the source of execution of the dreams of others.

Though none of these points are revolutionary, they should provide sources of consideration for starting points of those interested in this sector. There needs to be a distinction made between introduction and adoption of technology, as I believe they are considerably different. Thinking about the process this way might result in less frustration by the industry, investors, and create a different model for implementation and sales.

 


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E-cigarette : un moindre mal pour les fumeurs ?

E-cigarette : un moindre mal pour les fumeurs ? | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
Une méta-analyse de 81 études faites sur l'utilisation et la toxicité de la cigarette électronique montre un rapport bénéfice/risque positif pour les fumeurs.

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MyVaps transforme les cigarettes électroniques en objet connecté - CNET France

MyVaps transforme les cigarettes électroniques en objet connecté - CNET France | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
La start-up française MyVaps vient de présenter un accessoire pour cigarette électronique qui permet de la connecter via Bluetooth à un smartphone. Son application délivre alors des informations sur l’état de la cigarette, mais aussi sur la c

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Emmanuel HAVET's curator insight, April 1, 2014 4:18 AM

Après smokio, MyVaps....

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L'internet des objets – gadget, serpent de mer ou révolution ? - Journal du Net

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L'internet des objets – gadget, serpent de mer ou révolution ?


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The Quantified Us: Between Big and Small Data, Between the Quantified Self and the Crowd

The Quantified Us: Between Big and Small Data, Between the Quantified Self and the Crowd | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
UPDATED: March 25 Have you ever wondered how many steps you took today, or exactly what percentage of calories you burned walking versus running? Curious to know how stressed you...

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PRIORI DATA - Health & fitness apps: preparing for the future of global healthcare

Global hopes are building for the transformational impact of technology on the future of healthcare and health apps are gaining momentum! In our new Spotlight Report series on digital health we will be looking at the global market for health and fitness apps and at how doctors, brands, independent developers, governments and other stakeholders are using apps to create a healthier society.

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Toshiba crée une filiale dédiée à la santé, jugée activité stratégique

Toshiba crée une filiale dédiée à la santé, jugée activité stratégique | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
Le conglomérat japonais Toshiba a annoncé jeudi la création prochaine d'une filiale dédiée aux produits et services de santé regroupant ses...

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Romain DEFOY's curator insight, March 29, 2014 4:35 AM

Le groupe va donc établir le 1er juillet une nouvelle entité "santé et soins" qui devrait employer quelque 9.000 personnes.
Elle regroupera entre autres les activités aujourd'hui dispersées d'imagerie radiographique, de systèmes d'analyse génétique et de divers appareillages de diagnostic.

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An interview with Uwe Diegel (FR)- ihealth - interview avec Uwe Diegel #hcsmeufr #quantifiedself


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How Wearables Help Care For The Elderly - Wearable World News #hcsmeu #quantifiedself

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Doctors, caregivers and family members are increasingly …

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Apple Patents A Smarter, More Accurate Wrist-Based Activity Tracker | TechCrunch

Apple Patents A Smarter, More Accurate Wrist-Based Activity Tracker | TechCrunch | Quantified Self, IOT and Technology | Scoop.it
Apple has applied for a patent for an improved wearable pedometer design, according to a new filing published by the USPTO today (via AppleInsider). The..

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Is Jawbone Apple And Google’s Biggest Threat? | TechCrunch

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Long before there were wearable devices, there was Jawbone. The brainchild of founder and CEO Hosain Rahman, the hardware and gadgets manufacturer is now a..

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No Longer Clashing, Wearable Tech Embraces Fashion

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Top Physician Information Sources by Mobile Device

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The infographic above illustrates the top physician information sources by frequency of mobile device usage on smartphones/tablets. 

 

source: http://hitconsultant.net/2014/02/20/infographic-top-physician-information-sources-mobile-device/

 


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