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Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2012 | Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2012 | Joseph Rowntree Foundation | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
Is tackling in-work poverty the key for anti-poverty initiatives?
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Transforming Health Care Through Big Data


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Open Health Data: An International Snapshot

Open Health Data: An International Snapshot | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
The 2009 Digital Britain Report described data as ‘an innovation currency’ and ‘the lifeblood of the knowledge economy.’  We are now in 2013 and while

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The 2012 Ageing Report: Economic and budgetary projections for the EU27 Member States (2010 2060)

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Social media policies at US medical schools

Conclusions

Medical schools and their students are using social media. Almost all US medical schools have a Facebook presence, yet most do not have policies addressing student online social networking behavior. While social media use rises, policy informing appropriate conduct in medical schools lags behind. Established policies at some medical schools can provide a blueprint for others to adopt and adapt.

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Decline Facebook 'Friend' Appeals from Patients, Groups Say

Decline Facebook 'Friend' Appeals from Patients, Groups Say | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
SAN FRANCISCO -- Physicians should avoid making or accepting friend requests through social networking websites with past or current patients, a new policy statement advised.
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Gutting the research and development treaty

Gutting the research and development treaty | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
For several years, health advocates have tried to assemble a treaty to fund research and development on neglected diseases that predominate in poor countries. This week, US and EU negotiators gutte...
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Physician Social Media Guidelines

Physician Social Media Guidelines | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it

The use of social media has become increasingly important across all industries – including health care. QuantiaMD surveyed more than 4,000 physicians and reported in September 2011 that 87 percent use a social media website for personal use and 67 percent use social media for professional purposes

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Michael Porter unveils new health and happiness index

Michael Porter unveils new health and happiness index | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
The Harvard professor, who created the concept of shared value, hopes to bring social and environmental considerations to the top of the policy and corporate agenda
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Switching from Relational to the Graph model

This is the release 1.3 of the presentation for the JavaDay in Riga
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The era of patient centered care is decidedly anti-physician

The era of patient centered care is decidedly anti-physician | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
I can think of innumerable patients who, in the nick of time, deliver a deadpan statement that changes the course of their anesthetic.
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The Story of Earth (in 2 Minutes and 20 Seconds)

The Story of Earth (in 2 Minutes and 20 Seconds) | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it

How old is the Earth, how long did it take for life to appear, and how long would it take for your hair to grow to the Moon? Find out in this video from MinuteE


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Visualizations | Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

Visualizations | Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it

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How big data analytics' enable a ACO by improving health outcomes

How big data analytics' enable a ACO by improving health outcomes | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it

More than simply an IT catchphrase, "big data" in health care will lead doctors to become more accountable for positive patient outcomes, an EMC executive said.

Big data is going through a transformation, and health care IT will be a major beneficiary of its analytics capabilities, according to an executive at EMC, a major provider of cloud computing, data backup and big data infrastructure. The health care industry can use big data analytics to better detect diseases and aid medical research. "There's a fair amount of hype in big data in general," Dave Dimond, chief strategist for industry solutions at EMC, told eWEEK. "In health care it's coming together." Although the concept of big data may not have been as well-understood a year ago, rather than just being aligned with research, it's getting more focused, said Dimond.

 

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La mappa dei migliori (e peggiori) ospedali d'Italia - Wired.it

La mappa dei migliori (e peggiori) ospedali d'Italia - Wired.it | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it

Per aiutarti a capire dove ti curi, ma anche dove vanno i tuoi soldi di contribuente, Wired pubblica i dati integrali sulla qualità delle cure in tutti i 1.200 ospedali italiani, pubblici e privati, raccolti dall’Agenzia nazionale per i servizi sanitari (Agenas)del ministero della Salute. 

Da dove arrivano esattamente questi dati? Ogni anno Agenas raccoglie i valori presenti nelle schede di dimissione ospedaliera (Sdo) che l'ospedale compila per le dimissioni di ogni paziente ricoverato. Da tutte le schede di dimissione ospedaliera vengono calcolati gli indici di rischio con cui il ministero della Sanità tiene sotto controllo le performance dei vari nosocomi. Un lavoro imponente che fino allo scorso anno veniva eseguito in silenzio. Solo nel 2012, infatti, questi dati stati resi accessibili ai medici e ai giornalisti accreditati. Wired li pubblica integralmente per la prima volta in un formato ricercabile.

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Ethical Guidelines for the Use of Electronic Mail between Patients and Physicians

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Unprofessional Physician Behavior on Twitter

Unprofessional Physician Behavior on Twitter | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
I woke up this morning to a couple of DMs from physicians alerting me to the Twitter thread seen below (tweets read bottom to top).  Is it unprofessional?  Decide for yourself. Whether you change d...
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Nine simple ways to make it easier to (re)use your data

Sharing data is increasingly considered to be an important part of the scientific process. Making your data publicly available allows original results to be reproduced and new analyses to be conducted.
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Health System Performance Comparison: An Agenda for Policy, Information and Research - Irene Papanicolas,Peter Smith - McGraw-Hill Education

Health System Performance Comparison: An Agenda for Policy, Information and Research - Irene Papanicolas,Peter Smith - McGraw-Hill Education | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it

International comparison of health system performance has become increasingly popular, made possible by the rapidly expanding availability of health data. It has become one of the most important levers for prompting health system reform. Yet, as the demand for transparency and accountability in healthcare increases, so too does the need to compare data from different health systems both accurately and meaningfully.

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Big data could mean big savings in health care – but here’s what has to happen first

Big data could mean big savings in health care – but here’s what has to happen first | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
A new report from McKinsey estimates that big data could save the health care industry up to $450 billion, but it has to overcome a few obstacles first.
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Infographic: How People Died In The 20th Century

Infographic: How People Died In The 20th Century | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
Statistically speaking, you may be likely to die of a different ailment than your grandfather (or great-grandfather). Death evolves alongside life, as medicine improves and lifestyles shift.

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Chocolate consumption, Nobel laureates, and crappy statistics

Chocolate consumption, Nobel laureates, and crappy statistics | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago, the New England Journal published what we'd call the worst example of medical statistical misadventure we've seen in years: a paper claiming that "chocolate consumption enhances co...
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Doctors and Their Online Reputation

Doctors and Their Online Reputation | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°20 | Scoop.it
The Internet is quickly becoming patients’ resource of choice to learn more about their doctors. But doctors have been slow to embrace it for one reason: they aren’t sure how to be a doctor online.
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