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TACTIO au service des programmes de télésurveillance de l'obésité en France | Assurance & Banque 2.0

TACTIO au service des programmes de télésurveillance de l'obésité en France | Assurance & Banque 2.0 | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Selon l’OCDE, en France, les taux d’obésité sont parmi les plus bas mais ils augmentent de façon régulière. Environ une personne sur 10 est obèse et presque 40 % de la population française est en surpoids. Les projections de l’OCDE révèlent par ailleurs que les taux de surpoids augmenteront de 10 % dans les 10 prochaines …

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Les Français sont encore réticents aux services digitaux des assureurs

Les Français sont encore réticents aux services digitaux des assureurs | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Les sites et applications des assurances et mutuelles sont encore peu utilisés par les Français, d'après une étude du spécialiste de la communication digitale GMC Software.

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Therapixel met au point des algorithmes de détection de cancers aux performances surhumaines

Therapixel met au point des algorithmes de détection de cancers aux performances surhumaines | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Éditeur de logiciel dans le domaine de la santé, Therapixel s'est spécialisé dans le traitement des images médicales.

La start-up créée en 2013 a construit sa jeune notoriété sur l'invention et la commercialisation d'un outil permettant aux chirurgiens de consulter sur écran les dossiers d'imagerie de la personne qu'ils opèrent. Grâce à une caméra, le système mis au point par Therapixel analyse les mouvements de la main et des doigts du praticien, qui commande donc l'ordinateur par le geste, dans les airs et sans rien toucher. FLUID apporte une parfaite stérilité et un gain de temps considérable.

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Implants dentaires : un robot les pose sans assistance

Implants dentaires : un robot les pose sans assistance | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Pour la première fois, deux implants dentaires ont été posés sans intervention humaine. Un robot, Yomi, s'est chargé de l'intervention de manière automatisée.

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How Social Media is Helping Healthcare 

How Social Media is Helping Healthcare  | 100% Santé | Scoop.it

The development of social networks altered the methods by which customers and companies interact online. In the early days of the web, interaction embraced top-down, direct instructions; details were offered on fixed web pages or for by means of e-mail.

Social networks have actually redefined the standard function and decreased the degree of separation in between knowledge providers and knowledge consumers.

The usage of social networks continues to increase, and most notably, the fastest growing group of social networks users are people aged 45-54. While the patterns are indisputable, there is still a lot we don’t know about the way social networks can be helpful to health care companies’ interaction and treatment functions.

While there are restrictions provided for the different guidelines and policies surrounding the medical market, I personally feel the risks are far higher if companies do not embrace a social networks technique for their clients.

I have actually recognized 6 advantages for utilizing social networks for health care interaction, medical education, and treatments.

Boosts interactions with others

Peer-To-Peer health care has actually ended up being a source for client details and assistance. 25% of clients diagnosed with persistent medical conditions have actually utilized the web to discover and engage with others with the exact same medical conditions. Health care specialists need to tap these health sub cultures to supply a liable and informed tip.

Social network’s one-to-many abilities also allow you to offer public medical guidance without jeopardizing privacy. Think about patient adherence. As you might understand, patient adherence is a concern that health care companies face throughout disciplines.

A well-crafted short article on self-directed workouts, medical gadget usage, and self-care offers your patients near real-time guidance to properly follow medical guidance.

Available shared and customized details

Patients are using Google as a method to diagnose themselves. Today Google health associated searches include over 900 medical conditions. While the information exists, people often find unconventional ways to discover it.

As a healthcare company, you can not just limit yourself on education about your patient’s medical conditions, but the best way to find out more about it. If you discover a post on social networks, you can rapidly remedy medical diagnosis misalignment by directing the user to a more befitting piece of info.

Even providing suggestions on ways to utilize Google Scholar to look for conditions can go a long way. For instance, attempt browsing “sleeping disorders treatment” in Google, and after that look for “sleeping disorders treatment” in Google Scholar. The dependability and quality of details on the latter search are far remarkable to the previous.

Boost your access and availability

For several years, a regional medical professional has had complete control of all medical details available in a neighborhood. The web and progressively social networks have actually altered that providing the public not just access to medical education, but end up being active agents in direct communication efforts.

There are also advantages for health care specialists. Medical practitioners have embraced new technology into their brands, logos, and the overall way of showcasing their expertise to the public.

If you’re a regional physician in a little neighborhood that comes across a patient with an uncommon set of symptoms, you can use Social Media to get in touch with other Physicians. It’s actually a fantastic method to broaden your knowledge by widening your expert medical network beyond the borders of your library and regional health network.

Peer/social/emotional assistance

Social assistance has actually been connected to favorable health results, with some research studies concluding that patient’s adherence and overall health increases when getting assistance from peers, proving that motivation is key to any aspect of life.

Helene Campbell, a girl from Ottawa who utilized social networks to record her condition and her own need for brand-new lungs, affects my individual ideas on this. Her online project #BeAnOrganDonor on Twitter resulted in over 2,000 individuals becoming authorized organ donors in Ontario.

In addition, open discussions about health problems will just lower preconception from members of the public struggling with a medical condition. I personally think education eliminates any worries and seclusion.

Lastly, doctors can offer continuous assistance and support to patients as they aim to accomplish their objectives. Think about quitting cigarette smoking– giving up cigarettes is potentially among the hardest things to achieve. Believe me, I have actually given up smoking 7 times. Favorable support from a doctor can assist their patients to satisfy their objectives.

Public health surveillance

I do not anticipate social networks to ever replace standard information sources for public health and disease monitoring, however, social networks do hold prospective for complimentary details.

Provided this set of interactions, information is not mainly created for public health functions but is a set of online communications promoting a healthy way of living, illness dangers, and interventions.

Aside from being another resource to distribute data, social networks can be utilized to supply prompt projections of illness occurrence. Think about influenza. Twitter information relating to common cold occurrence was found to correlate with seasonal influenza information gathered by sources that are more conventional.

These social networks patterns can assist scientists, epidemiologists and health care specialists measure modifications in illness awareness along with beliefs to treatment and preventative care. In addition, social network’s information can determine response to public health messages and projects.

Analyses of metrics relating to particular health promotions or disease-specific awareness projects supply beneficial insights to health care experts throughout assessing their projects.

Affecting health policy

Social media is without a doubt the most spoken disturbance in marketing in years, but how can social networks affect health policies? Research studies reveal that 31% of health care companies have actually developed social networks guidelines in writing.

This tells us that nongovernment organizations are actively carrying out policies to protect patient privacy but still supply a concrete and organized policy throughout all personnel within a health care company as how they interact, react to and evaluate info published to or gathered from social networks channels.

But a fascinating fact gathered is that two-thirds of Physicians choose an open online forum instead of an expert, physician only online forum for expert communication purposes.

This is interesting because it reveals that health care specialists are welcoming social network’s openness and suggests that the open source of info is, in fact, enhancing the quality of care they have the ability to supply to their patients and the public.

Conclusion

Social network usage is growing and not likely to disappear. Currently, the general public and health care companies are taking part in social networks for health care interaction and treatment. Although there are some difficulties keeping personal privacy and the trustworthiness of the content shared on the internet, the advantages to the public and health care companies surpass its limitations.

Whether you are presently utilizing social networks or not, it’s crucial you develop an appropriate social networks policy, and share it with all personnel. Think about translating existing guidelines, such as PHIPA and PIPEDA and use these guidelines to your social networks policies as they refer to client details collection and upkeep.

When gathering information, use technology that protects the format of social networks interactions, consisting of edits and removals. Control and screen social networks interactions in real-time and act on any messages including keywords or expressions appropriate to your practice.

Educate the personnel who will be utilizing social networks– use real examples showing ways to utilize social networks and how not to.

Lastly, make sure to craft a compliance content technique by producing a library of content that your personnel can quickly publish to social networks, decreasing the possibility of medical malpractice.


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Vaccins : pourquoi sont-ils si méfiants ? - France Culture, 18/09/2017

Vaccins : pourquoi sont-ils si méfiants ? - France Culture, 18/09/2017 | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Quelle est l’histoire du vaccin ? Comment fonctionnent-ils ? Comment a évolué la politique de vaccination en France ? Qu’en est-il dans les autres pays ? Quelles sont les raisons de la défiance populaire à l'égard des vaccins ? Comment parvenir à rassurer la population ?

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Chatbots: A load of hype or fancy lifehack for the lazy IT person?

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Some of these buggers are adept at handling the mundane

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Chatbots: A load of hype or fancy lifehack for the lazy IT person?

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I’m sure it can increase productivity numbers, but I’m old school and would prefer to talk to a person. Even via email, it’s about the relationship I build with a brand that bots kill for me.
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Le secteur de la santé s’intéresse de près à l’IoT afin d’améliorer les soins des patients

Le secteur de la santé s’intéresse de près à l’IoT afin d’améliorer les soins des patients | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Une nouvelle étude révèle que 60 % des établissements de santé ont adopté des solutions IoT, pourtant la sécurité reste une préoccupation majeure

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MonDocteur.fr enrichit son offre pour un "service global" de coordination ville/hôpital/patient

MonDocteur.fr enrichit son offre pour un "service global" de coordination ville/hôpital/patient | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
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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Santé connectée : 5 chiffres pour comprendre un secteur en pleine mutation

Santé connectée : 5 chiffres pour comprendre un secteur en pleine mutation | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Big data, analytics, wearables, dossiers médicaux numérisés, télémédecine… La santé connectée se développe à grande vitesse.
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Santé connectée: le digital au cœur des nouveaux usages | Comarketing-News

Santé connectée: le digital au cœur des nouveaux usages | Comarketing-News | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Multiplication des sites d'informations santé, développement des objets connectés, pharmacies en ligne et autres télé-médecines... Le secteur de la santé e

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The Difference Between Big Data and Smart Data in Healthcare

The Difference Between Big Data and Smart Data in Healthcare | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Big data isn't necessarily smart data. How can healthcare organizations develop the tools and competencies they need to make actionable decisions?

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La gamification : remède possible à la crise de l’engagement ?

La gamification : remède possible à la crise de l’engagement ? | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Alors que l’institut Gallup nous alerte sur les niveaux record du manque d’engagement des salariés et que les générations digitales nous amènent à réévaluer notre management l’adoption de la gamification progresse à grand pas.

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Résultats de l’étude Futur Health Index 2017 : les attentes des Français en matière de santé

Résultats de l’étude Futur Health Index 2017 : les attentes des Français en matière de santé | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Les résultats de la Futur Health Index, viennent d’être publiés. Cette étude menée par Philips, décrypte les tendances relatives aux systèmes de santé dans le monde et les met en …

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Les nouvelles technologies vont permettre une amélioration de la santé des personnes

Les nouvelles technologies vont permettre une amélioration de la santé des personnes | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Devenir l’assurance santé de référence pour les entreprises et les travailleurs indépendants.

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#E-santé : 54% des Français favorables à l’utilisation de robots médicaux au quotidien - Maddyness

#E-santé : 54% des Français favorables à l’utilisation de robots médicaux au quotidien - Maddyness | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
L'e-santé est en plein boom, les grands groupes investissent et les startups dans ce secteur fleurissent. Les Français eux, sont plus partagés.

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Les start-up de l’économie du partage bousculent les assureurs

Les start-up de l’économie du partage bousculent les assureurs | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Axa France, Maif ou Allianz : les nouveaux usages et modes de consommation ont poussé les compagnies d’assurances à repenser leurs offres de A à Z.
Covoiturage, location de son appartement… Les start-up de l’économie du partag

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Les seniors : nouveau marché de l’IoT

Les seniors : nouveau marché de l’IoT | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
L'IoT représente un réel enjeu pour les marques proposant des services dédiés aux seniors. Une transformation digitale est de mise.
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La santé en France

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Sondage : Les Français pas toujours à l’aise avec leur médecin

Sondage : Les Français pas toujours à l’aise avec leur médecin | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Une étude BVA pour le site de téléconsultation Zava fait ressortir que plus des trois quarts des Français craignent ou ont vécu le jugement d’un professionnel de santé.

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Un camion de télémédecine a été livré à Saint-Laurent-de-Neste : une première nationale, voire internationale, pour lutter contre la désertification médicale - PresseLib

Un camion de télémédecine a été livré à Saint-Laurent-de-Neste : une première nationale, voire internationale, pour lutter contre la désertification médicale - PresseLib | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Vous vivez dans la campagne bigourdane, loin de tout centre médical, et auriez pourtant besoin d’une radiographie, d’une mammographie, d’un examen de cardiologie, d’une dermatoscopie ou d’une rétinographie ? C’est possible ! Si vous ne pouvez aller à l’examen médical, l’examen médical vient à vous ! Grâce au tout nouveau camion de télémédecine itinérant. Il …

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Étude 2016 : l'usage du numérique en France - Blog du Modérateur

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Le CRÉDOC publie son étude annuelle "Baromètre du numérique" réalisée pour le compte du Conseil Général de l'Économie (CGE), de l'ARCEP et de l'Agence du N
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Understanding How Big Data Will Change Healthcare

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The buzz term “big data” has made a rapid entry onto the healthcare scene in the past couple years with promises of improving healthcare, but there are still many who are trying to figure out how exactly it will accomplish this. Efforts were made to explain big data and its application to healthcare at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) meetings earlier this year.  

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e-Health : de l’importance de comprendre ses patients | L'Atelier : Accelerating Innovation

e-Health : de l’importance de comprendre ses patients | L'Atelier : Accelerating Innovation | 100% Santé | Scoop.it
Trois jeunes entrepreneurs américains ont vécu pendant un an en maison de retraite pour comprendre les défis les plus importants à résoudre au sein de ces structures. Le résultat ? La start-up Sensassure.

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Les Pays-Bas investissent massivement dans l’e-santé

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Edith Schippers, ministre de la Santé néerlandaise, vient d'investir 20 millions de dollars pour favoriser les initiatives dans l’e-santé.

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Les Pays-Bas investissent massivement dans l’e-santé