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Samsung upcycles older phones to diagnose eye diseases in impoverished communities

Samsung upcycles older phones to diagnose eye diseases in impoverished communities | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
The electronics giant has been repurposing older Galaxy model smartphones for medical uses.

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Samsung has developed a medical device that uses older models of its Galaxy smartphone line to screen for eye diseases in underserved areas.

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The electronics giant has been repurposing older Galaxy model smartphones for medical uses.

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AHIMA Launches mHealth Resource, Assessment Tool for Vendors

AHIMA Launches mHealth Resource, Assessment Tool for Vendors | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

The American Health Information Management Association is giving providers a resource site for evaluating digital health tools, and giving mHealth vendors an opportunity to seek AHIMA certification.

 

AHIMA has unveiled AHIMA dHealth, a site which offers resources for healthcare providers on digital health products, including privacy and data security practices and policies, and an assessment tool designed to help vendors meet AHIMA standards.

 

To become AHIMA-certified, a vendor will have to complete a self-reported assessment based on the organization’s standards and best practices for privacy and security.

 

As per the CEO of AHIMA, “Earning AHIMA dHealth Approval shows that your product takes privacy and data security seriously, Having this designation allows developers to build trust with providers and patients, which has the potential to earn and positively impact more users.”

 

CVS Health is also giving the digital health industry some love. The company has launched a $100 million venture capital fund targeting early-stage companies that are developing “cutting-edge, digitally enabled solutions.”

 

to learn more read the entire article at https://mhealthintelligence.com/news/ahima-launches-mhealth-resource-assessment-tool-for-vendors

 

 


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Improving community health-care screenings with smartphone-based AI technologies

Improving community health-care screenings with smartphone-based AI technologies | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Non-communicable diseases cause the majority of global disease burden and mortality.
However, in both high-income countries and low-income and middle-income countries
(LMICs), a substantial number of patients remain unaware that they have these life-threatening
conditions. Previous studies have found that approximately half of adult diabetes
cases worldwide are undetected, and a considerable proportion of patients with hypertension,
lung disease, and other chronic conditions remain undiagnosed.1
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How specialty prescription apps are expanding into other services

How specialty prescription apps are expanding into other services | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Some companies are betting on telehealth's "gold rush," but virtual care may run into limiting factors.

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It's become somewhat common in the last year to see news about prescription delivery apps expanding, either to offer more kinds of services or to offer telehealth more generally.

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Germany approves new digital mental health app for prescription

Germany approves new digital mental health app for prescription | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Deprexis, an app used to help mental health, is the 11th app to be approved for medical prescription and reimbursement in Germany so far via DiGA, and MobiHealthNews learns more about the process from Julia Hagen, Health Innovation Hub.
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Utiliser Apple Health : Comment tirer le meilleur de l'application ?

Utiliser Apple Health : Comment tirer le meilleur de l'application ? | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Comment bien s'en servir ? Fonctionnalités d'Apple Health et applications compatibles ! Options santé et sport : nos conseils d'utilisation.
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Xcertia releases updated mobile health-app guidelines for comment

integration of mHealth apps and devices into medical practice
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Health apps: getting to grips with the digital placebo effect -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

Health apps: getting to grips with the digital placebo effect -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Sharing information about the expected effect of a health app before its use and providing positive feedback regarding its effectiveness after its use have the potential to strengthen the placebo effect.
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L'appli Medelse aide les professionnels de santé à s'adapter à la crise sanitaire

L'appli Medelse aide les professionnels de santé à s'adapter à la crise sanitaire | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
La plateforme de missions pour soignants Medelse existe depuis 5 ans. Mais depuis le début de la crise sanitaire, son activité a bien changé pour combler les besoins en renfort des établissements de santé et s'adapter à la baisse d'activité de nombreux professionnels libéraux.

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'Most healthcare apps not up to NHS standards'   #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

'Most healthcare apps not up to NHS standards'   #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
A firm which reviews apps for several NHS trusts says 80% do not meet its standards.
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Prendre la pression artérielle avec son smartphone

Prendre la pression artérielle avec son smartphone | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
En plaçant simplement un doigt sur l'appareil photo d'un smartphone, n'importe qui peut transformer son téléphone en un tensiomètre de qualité médicale, y compris l'intégration des données à tout moment, n'importe où.

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Look to Speak : l’application qui permet de communiquer avec ses yeux

Look to Speak : l’application qui permet de communiquer avec ses yeux | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

Afin de répondre à des besoins liés à l'accessibilité numérique, Google a développé Look to Speak, une application qui permet à son utilisateur de communiquer avec ses yeux.


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Les applications médicales désormais remboursées en Belgique #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

Les applications médicales désormais remboursées en Belgique #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

Après le feu vert du Comité des assurances, les applications médicales peuvent désormais être remboursées par l'INAMI. La fédération belge de l’industrie des technologies médicales beMedTech et Agoria en font état dans un communiqué jeudi.


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NuvoAir app records coughing to help diagnose respiratory conditions

NuvoAir app records coughing to help diagnose respiratory conditions | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
The tool was designed to help clinicians detect possible respiratory conditions.
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How Mobile Channels Improve Patient Engagement and Outcomes

How Mobile Channels Improve Patient Engagement and Outcomes | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

It’s time for healthcare organizations to make bigger investments in mobile patient engagement.

 

The past year’s pandemic struck a painful blow to health organizations’ pre-COVID patient engagement efforts. There are now fewer patient visits amidst coronavirus fears and stay-at-home orders.

 

People are simply not going into clinics to address non-COVID medical needs. The result is more serious health issues developing, such as cancers being found at later stages and chronic conditions advancing beyond easy treatment options.

 

As patient engagement strategies ramp up, mobile communication channels are becoming more attractive for reaching those living in geographically isolated areas, far from their medical providers.

 

While video visits have replaced many non-urgent in-person visits, those in rural areas struggle to use even telemedicine options due to lack of access or unreliable broadband connectivity. The travel is too far and the technology is not part of their daily lives making healthcare completely out of reach. 

 

Because most people own a cell phone, mobile is an ideal way to communicate and elicit collaboration for health.

 

Healthcare systems that leverage mobile channels are finding this platform a powerful way to serve patients.

 

Text (SMS) is an ideal channel for reaching underserved communities, as one does not need a smartphone or broadband to send or receive SMS messages.

 

SMS also provides a quick and easy way for patients to send information back to their doctors about side effects related to the vaccines. Moving beyond one-way communication with SMS gives patients a way to ask questions or relay information on their current health status.

 

To take things beyond basic SMS, healthcare providers can consider fleshing out a full mobile communications strategy to deliver tailored analytics. With real-time data and services, staff work-flow can be improved and resources can be allocated more efficiently, also lowering costs. It’s the next step up from SMS but patients with chronic conditions who have mobile access to medical portals showed improved self-management and an increase in regular contact with their care team. 

 

read the entire piece at https://hitconsultant.net/2021/04/29/mobile-channels-improve-patient-engagement-outcomes/#.YIt7UOvhUf0

 


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Its high time every physician, clinic and hospital, looks at incorporating mobile apps in their way of practicing medicine. Most have already started using it as a means of communication owing to the pandemic. Use that as a stepping stone into exploring the world of mobile touch points between patients and care providers, enhance your websites to be mobile friendly, or personalized mobile apps.

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New Platform for Analyzing Data From mHealth Devices

New Platform for Analyzing Data From mHealth Devices | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

The Mayo Clinic has launched a new mHealth platform aimed at helping healthcare providers improve their use of connected health devices in remote patient monitoring and other mobile health programs.

 

The Remote Diagnostic and Management Platform (RDMP) connects devices to AI resources that would help providers with clinical decisions support and diagnoses in what the Minnesota-based health system calls “event-driven medicine.” It’s designed to help providers in and outside the health system analyze and act on data collected by mHealth devices.

 

“The dramatically increased use of remote patient telemetry devices coupled with the rapidly accelerating development of AI and machine learning algorithms has the potential to revolutionize diagnostic medicine,With RDMP, clinicians will have access to best-in-class algorithms and care protocols and will be able to serve more patients effectively in remote care settings. The platform will also enable patients to take more control of their health and make better decisions based on insights delivered directly to them.”

 

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Digital health firm launches mole sizing feature to track skin health

Digital health firm launches mole sizing feature to track skin health | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Miiskin, a digital health platform which helps people routinely track their skin for changes, has launched a Mole Sizing feature that allows users to measure moles or lesions by using the app and a reference object such as a coin.
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Mindler : une application au service de la santé mentale

Mindler : une application au service de la santé mentale | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
L’application de santé mentale Mindler se déploie en France pour aider à construire et…

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H-480.943 Integration of Mobile Health Applications and Devices | AMA

1. Our AMA supports the establishment of coverage, payment and financial incentive mechanisms to support the use of mobile health applicat

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Le boom des applications de santé mobiles en Afrique #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

Le boom des applications de santé mobiles en Afrique #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

En Afrique, l’essor des applications de santé mobiles fait progresser le continent vers des soins plus équitables et de meilleure qualité.

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Risks of Mobile Health Apps: Are Health Apps Putting PHI at Risk?

Risks of Mobile Health Apps: Are Health Apps Putting PHI at Risk? | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

A recent study concluded that many popular mobile health apps pose a risk to protected health information (PHI) security.

 

The study analyzed the security of 30 health apps that allow healthcare providers to review patient charts and schedules and found that all of them are vulnerable to API cyberattacks. More details on the risks of mobile health apps are discussed.

Risks of Mobile Health Apps: What Did the Study Find?

The study into the risks of mobile health apps security was conducted by Approov, a mobile app API security company, and Knight Ink, a cybersecurity marketing firm.

 

To determine whether or not health apps were putting PHI at risk, the companies reverse-engineered 30 mobile health apps to analyze their static code, and then conducted API penetration testing.

 

Ok, now that you’re confused, what does that even mean?

Basically, both of these things are done to determine if there are any cybersecurity vulnerabilities within the health apps’ codes or security protections.

So, what did the study find?

  • All apps were vulnerable to unauthorized access to ePHI.
  • 77% had hard-coded API keys (an API is a unique identifier used to authenticate developers or users). Hard-coding API keys is widely regarded as a security flaw, and therefore is ill advised. 
  • 50% allowed unauthorized access to clinical results and admissions records.
  • 7% had hard-coded user names and passwords. This practice is explicitly advised against as it allows threat actors to easily access login credentials, giving them full access to the health apps’ data. 

 

Alissa Knight, the report’s author and partner at Knight Ink stated, “There will always be vulnerabilities in code so long as humans are writing it. Humans are fallible.

 

But I didn’t expect to find every app I tested to have hard-coded keys and tokens and all of the APIs to be vulnerable to [BOLA] vulnerabilities allowing me to access patient reports, X-rays, pathology reports, and full PHI records in their database. The problem is clearly systemic.”

Risks of Mobile Health Apps: What Does This Mean?

Cybersecurity in the healthcare space has long been a concern, particularly as of late with the rise in use of software applications in healthcare.

 

The risks of mobile health apps security found in the analyzed apps point to a larger trend of vulnerable, frequently relied on, technology.

 

For instance, the 30 analyzed apps, on average, have been downloaded 772,619 times. All of these apps allowed unauthorized access and alteration of PHI including patients’ demographics, photos, and clinical histories.


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Report: Patient info at risk due to rampant API vulnerabilities among major mobile health apps  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

Report: Patient info at risk due to rampant API vulnerabilities among major mobile health apps  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

Thirty mobile health apps from larger healthcare information technology companies were susceptible to a broken object level authorization (BOLA) attack.

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Santé mobile, l’avenir de nos soins de santé ? #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

Santé mobile, l’avenir de nos soins de santé ? #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
“Sliples gadgets” santé ou véritables technologies médicales, les applications mobiles de santé sont en train d’envahir, voire de révolutionner le secteur des soins de santé. Si elles peuvent potentiellement améliorer la santé de leurs utilisateurs, garantir la sécurité des patients e
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Meurthe-et-Moselle. Santé : "Pilmix", une appli qui dit tout sur les médicaments est née à Lunéville

Meurthe-et-Moselle. Santé : "Pilmix", une appli qui dit tout sur les médicaments est née à Lunéville | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Quatre médecins du centre hospitalier de Lunéville viennent de passer 18 mois à créer « Pilmix », une application destinée à accompagner les patients ...

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Kanopée : agent virtuel pour auto-évaluer ses troubles du sommeil

Kanopée : agent virtuel pour auto-évaluer ses troubles du sommeil | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Le CHU de Bordeaux a lancé une application de compagnons virtuels pour aider aux problèmes…

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