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PwC report shows importance of social media to healthcare #digitalhealth

PwC report shows importance of social media to healthcare  #digitalhealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
One-third of consumers use sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and online forums to find health-related information, track symptoms and broadcast their thoughts about doctors, drugs, treatments, medical devices and health plans says a recent report by the Health Research Institute (HRI) at Pric

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3 ways data analytics can transform healthcare #bigdata

3 ways data analytics can transform healthcare #bigdata | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

Analytics can and will change healthcare as we know it--but several obstacles remain, according to David Lee Scher, M.D., director at DLS Healthcare Consulting LLC.

Currently, data collected by healthcare entities is "warehoused in a contextual vacuum," Scher writes in his blog, "The Digital Health Corner." To truly make use of the data, analytics tools are needed to put all the pieces together, he says; to do that, data needs to be delivered in real-time while being included in workflows.

Some ways Scher says data analytics should be used in healthcare include:

Turning big data into "actionable data": Remote patient monitoring is growing, and it's a great way for systems to incorporate analytics, Scher says. Those kinds of data sets could help suggest ways to change a patient's lifestyle or care. "This is a far cry from the provider receiving a deluge of useless data for analysis," he writes. "This type of analytics can also incorporate clinical decision support based on evidence-based medicine."Creating personalized medicine: Analytics are vital to gain value from population health, clinical and digital data for individuals, Scher says. "Analytics can potentially readily address variances of diagnosis and/or treatment of a disease based on geography, race, and genomics," he writes. That also is in line with President Barack Obama's recently announced Precision Medicine Initiative, which aims to increase the use of personalized information in healthcare.Lowering care costs: Analytics can help provide transparency on healthcare costs, as well as help patients choose where to be treated. In addition, apps can help patients compare what it will cost for certain procedures, according to Scher.

He adds that analytics isn't the "Wizard of Oz of healthcare," but that "a vision of utilizing cost-effective resources such as analytics can be the best investment for success."

However, some don't see the analytics revolution coming anytime soon.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Chief Technology Officer Bryan Sivak recently said that, despite all of the strides made in health IT over the last few years, data collection efforts have hit a lull.

"One thing that's struck me ... is that we're still at the same tip of the iceberg," Sivak said at the mHealth Summit just outside of the District of Columbia in December. "My Fitbit and Misfit [Shine] and Jawbone and other devices basically do exactly the same stuff with none of the additional analysis that I think is needed to actually make these things much more useful for helping others live a better and healthier life."

 


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Sanofi backs fully remote clinical trial for diabetes management #pharma

Sanofi backs fully remote clinical trial for diabetes management #pharma | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

The FDA approved its first fully remote clinical trial in 2012, but that attempt, by Pfizer and Exco InTouch, ended up folding and plans for a mulligan never came to fruition.


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This is a very interesting development in the Clinical Trials space. Sanofi has backed a startup called eClinicalHealth which has a device for monitoring blood glucose levels in real time.  The device is wireless and syncs with the cloud without any need for smartphone interface.


The initial trail sponsored by Sanofi represents an investment in innovation rather than an investment in a device or drug.  The ability to quickly recruit patients for a trial and utilize wireless devices to monitor trial endpoints is a very innovative step in clinical trial design and implementation. Patient recruitment and clinical trial management is quickly becoming the limiting factor to new product development and delivery to the market.  This investment in wireless technologies may pave the way for a much more efficient clinical trial process in the future.

Richard Platt's curator insight, February 13, 2015 1:37 AM

Unlike the Pfizer trial, the intervention in this new trial isn’t an older drug that had already been tested years before. The European study’s intervention is a newer technology: a smart, wireless glucometer from Mendor that coaches patients on checking their glucose after learning from previous readings and schedules. Mendor’s glucometer isn’t smartphone-connected; instead, it has embedded cellular-connectivity and uploads user data directly to the cloud. Investigators can see all the data from the users, and the trial will produce outcomes and compliance data for Mendor.

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e-santé, m-santé, quantified self, télémédecine ⇒ les définitions - Qualitiso #esante

e-santé, m-santé, quantified self, télémédecine ⇒ les définitions - Qualitiso #esante | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Tour d'horizon de la santé connectée: de la e-santé au quantified self, du dispositif médical aux gadget. Définitions, explications et exemples.

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VIDEO. Un accessoire de smartphone pour dépister le Sida en 15 minutes #mobilehealth

VIDEO. Un accessoire de smartphone pour dépister le Sida en 15 minutes #mobilehealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Cette avancée technologique pourrait avoir des conséquences scientifiques sans précédent dans l'histoire de l'Humanité. Elle pourrait surtout...

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Dexcom CGM app will be ready when Apple Watch launches | mobihealthnews #mobilehealth

Dexcom CGM app will be ready when Apple Watch launches | mobihealthnews #mobilehealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

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Online Patient Communities Empowering Patients, Transforming Care - #epatientt

Online Patient Communities Empowering Patients, Transforming Care - #epatientt | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Dave deBronkart, a patient engagement advocate, Sherry Franklin, a pediatric endocrinologist, Danny Sands, a primary care doctor and professor, and Eric Topol, a cardiologist and director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, spoke with iHealthBeat about how online patient communities are redefining the doctor-patient relationship and could ultimately transform care delivery.

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Definition of Digital Health #digitalhealth

Definition of Digital Health #digitalhealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Digital health is the convergence of the digital and genetics revolutions with health, healthcare, living, and society.

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14 Top Hospitals Are Piloting Apple's HealthKit Platform #healthapp

14 Top Hospitals Are Piloting Apple's HealthKit Platform #healthapp | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

Fourteen of the top major U.S. hospitals are piloting their own trails of Apple's HealthKit platform, Reuters reports.


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Les objets connectés au service de la santé. - Eboow #healthapp

Les objets connectés au service de la santé. - Eboow #healthapp | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Lorsque l’on parle d’objets connectés et de santé, on pense surtout forme et bien-être avec les nombreux bracelets et montres qui vous incitent à être plus actifs mais aussi les balances connectées et autres tensiomètres ou Thermomètres. Cependant, les objets connectés vont bien plus loin dans ce domaine et se spécialises dans des pathologies précises. Voyons quelques exemples concrets d’objets en projets ou déjà sur le marché.

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ePharma Summit: Pharma must invest more in social networking #pharma #epatient

ePharma Summit: Pharma must invest more in social networking #pharma #epatient | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

In the Internet age, it’s not surprising that 72 percent of Internet usershave looked online for health information within the past year. With the evolution of WebMD and other medical sites, patients frequently turn to the web not just for a quick symptom check or medication review, but also to find support communities for their chronic illnesses. 

When my husband was first diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, I went online not only to find information about the illness, but also to find others who could tell me about their experiences living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). To this day, I am still heavily involved in the online IBD patient community, an active member of four Facebook groups, frequent participant in Twitter chats, and reader of numerous patient blogs. I am not alone in my e-health participation.


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La Caisse Nationale d’Assurance Maladie et l’École polytechnique signent un partenariat dans le domaine du big data #bigdata

La Caisse Nationale d’Assurance Maladie et l’École polytechnique signent un partenariat dans le domaine du big data #bigdata | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

Ce partenariat qui lie la Cnamts et l’X pour une période de 3 ans abordera progressivement un programme de développement d’algorithmes définis au regard des missions de la Cnamts et plus largement des enjeux de santé publique. 


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Why Pharma companies fail to have an impact on the mHealth app economy

Why Pharma companies fail to have an impact on the mHealth app economy | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Even though they try hard, most of the Pharma companies fail to have a significant impact on the mHealth app market. Some Pharma companies have published more

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Les dépassements d'honoraires à l'hôpital quatre fois plus élevés qu'en clinique - Le Figaro

Les dépassements d'honoraires à l'hôpital quatre fois plus élevés qu'en clinique - Le Figaro | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
INFOGRAPHIE - Les dépassements d'honoraires pratiqués par certains médecins en activité libérale à l'hôpital sont moins nombreux qu'en clinique privée, mais plus coûteux, dénonce une étude de 60 millions de consommateurs et du Collectif interassociatif sur la santé.

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Google améliore ses réponses touchant à la santé #hcsmeufr

Google améliore ses réponses touchant à la santé #hcsmeufr | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

Le géant américain Google est en train de modifier son application de recherche mobile, en particulier l’espace « Knowledge Graph », afin d


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What is appropriate online interaction with patients online? #epatient

What is appropriate online interaction with patients online? #epatient | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

The digital space has taken over as one of the most dominant methods of communication in the modern era, however in the medical industry there is still a lot of questions around the appropriate use of online interaction with patients.

Effective leveraging of the digital space has been the cornerstone for many thriving businesses, and this is a trend that can also be used by medical professionals.

Being accessible online is important for medical professionals, but there can be a fine line in balancing accessibility with appropriate engagement with patients.

Regulatory bodies such as the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) have endeavoured to outline appropriate online interaction for medical professionals, and the potential pitfalls to avoid.

Maintain Confidentiality
The introduction of the online space has brought in a very “open” era of communication, but medical professionals must maintain the same level of confidentiality online as they would offline. Privacy online is not guaranteed; this means that whilst you may take extra precaution to not explicitly identify any patient online during a medical discussion online, there is still a chance that such postings can be found and linked back to your practice.

If you wish to reference a case or patient, you should obtain permission from that patient, and continue to ensure that you are taking precautions to de-identify the patient by omitting sensitive information.

Separate Professional from Private
It’s not a rarity for people to maintain a private social media profile; in fact, it can be a great way to maintain contact with old friends. However, maintaining online friendships between doctors and patients online with your private social media page can create problems that eventually breach doctor-patient boundaries. It’s recommended that online relationships between medical professionals and their patients are avoided as to avoid such breaches from arising.

Another recommendation from the AHPRA is to create a professional profile that shares relevant information about the medical practice. This will allow patients to remain up to date on the status of the practice without trying to make contact through your personal social medial pages.

Remember the Permanency of Data
If something has been posted online, there’s a good chance it’s there forever, whether you like it or not. You should always be wary of the content you post online. If you’re unsure on whether the post is innocuous or not, it’s preferred that you err on the side of caution.

The online space is a world of opportunity, but it can be a potential minefield for uneducated medical professionals. In your mission to grow your practice, you need to be wary of potential pitfalls that can smear your professional image. However, by treating doctor-patient interactions online similar to the way you would offline, you can save yourself from a lot of trouble in the long run.

 


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THE DIGITAL HEALTH REVOLUTION #digitalhealth

THE DIGITAL HEALTH REVOLUTION #digitalhealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Digital technologies have transformed the way we work, shop, and socialize. Now health care providers are beginning to deploy digital tools to better understand and serve their patients. The prospect that digital technologies will make care more convenient, more coordinated, and more responsive to consumers' needs is something The Commonwealth Fund explores in the report, A Vision for Using Digital Health Technologies to Empower Consumers and Transform the U.S. Health Care System. To realize this vision, health care stakeholders will need to partner with technology developers to ensure that new tools focus on the areas of greatest need. How to achieve such collaborations is the subject of a companion report, Taking Digital Health to the Next Level: Promoting Technologies That Empower Consumers and Drive Health System Transformation.

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Apple vs. Google. The battle for digital health begins - BIONICLY

Apple vs. Google. The battle for digital health begins  - BIONICLY | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Both Apple and Google have vested interests in digital health but who will win?

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Grâce à ses bracelets connectés, Withings cartographie l'activité physique en France #quantifiedself

Grâce à ses bracelets connectés, Withings cartographie l'activité physique en France #quantifiedself | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Les Franciliens sont de loin les plus actifs…

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De l'utilisation des Data à des fins statitsiques, on y arrive...!

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mHealth at the heart of discussion with policy makers at eHealth Week and mHealth Summit Europe #mhealth

mHealth at the heart of discussion with policy makers at eHealth Week and mHealth Summit Europe #mhealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

"The mHealth community will get a unique opportunity to influence the future of mHealth in Europe at eHealth Week and at the second annual mHealth Summit Europe, which takes place in Riga, Latvia, 11-12 May."


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Samsung launches mobile app for autistic children... #healthapp

Samsung launches mobile app for autistic children... #healthapp | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
'Look At Me' aims to help children develop communications skills

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Apple's HealthKit has the pilots, but will it have the market?

Apple's HealthKit has the pilots, but will it have the market? | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it

There have been a slew of surveys showing Apple’s iPad and iPhone dominance among physicians and other medical staff. So it’s not so surprising that a Reuter’s report has found...


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#10SFork : la fourchette connectée qui introduit le #modifiedself

#10SFork : la fourchette connectée qui introduit le #modifiedself | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
#SlowControl présente sa fourchette connectée capable d'enregistrer les données relatives à votre chrono-nutrition et vous aide à mieux manger ! #CES2014

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3-D printing of prostheses to be trialled in Uganda #3Dforhealth

3-D printing of prostheses to be trialled in Uganda #3Dforhealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Scanning patients’ residual limbs and rapidly 3-D printing sockets could slash the cost of making artificial limbs.

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Google X teste un bracelet détecteur de cancer #digitalhealth

Google X teste un bracelet détecteur de cancer #digitalhealth | Health innovations, mhealth, digital ... | Scoop.it
Dans les laboratoires de Google X, où travaillent une centaine de médecins et scientifiques, se prépare peut-être une incroyable révolution...
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