Archive for May, 2014

May 27, 2014

L’e-santé crée des opportunités pour les profils IT

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“À la croisée entre médecine et informatique,  la santé digitalisée génère de nouveaux besoins en termes de formation.  Sont attendus pour les prochaines années des spécialistes IT pour encadrer la transformation numérique des parcours de soins, des professionnels de santé adaptés aux technologies digitales, des experts pour développer et mettre à profit les progrès en matière de médecine computationnelle.”

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May 27, 2014

4 Tools Healthcare Companies Need in Their Data Security Arsenal

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All businesses working in the healthcare sector should make data security a top priority. We discuss 4 tools that can strengthen your security processes.

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May 26, 2014

Médecine connectée vs. santé connectée

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Il ne se passe pas une semaine sans annonce de nouvel objet connecté santé ou de nouvelle application santé. La presse, même généraliste, se fait largement l’écho de ce nouveau phénomène de société…

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May 26, 2014

What have economists ever done for global health? : The Lancet

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In response to The Lancet’s persistent attack on economics and economists,1, 2 we offer the view that the lack of progress in addressing the global epidemic of chronic diseases is largely failure to recognise it as mainly an economic problem. We would contend that a major reason for little progress in addressing chronic illness is that not enough economics has been involved in the development of interventions and, instead, such tasks have hitherto been taken over by narrow medical and public health perspectives.

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May 26, 2014

Rapport d’étude IFOP: Les Français et la Pharmacie

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May 26, 2014

How the patient portal is changing medical practice

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“Medical practice has begun its inevitable journey toward this transformation when, unless an exam or a procedure is required, most medical questions and answers, as well as virtually all medication refills and renewals, appointment requests, interpretation and discussion of the implications of lab and imaging results will be conducted online rather than in the office.

 

The reimbursement system in the health care of the future will simply have to take this into account, as we slowly transition to a fee-for-service to a care management.”

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May 20, 2014

6 digital health projects on Indiegogo this month | mobihealthnews

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May 18, 2014

US Healthcare costs. How much is waste?

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May 18, 2014

Pfizer planning to make sweetened bid for AstraZeneca PLC: WSJ

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May 18, 2014

Mobile health companies need to make technology clinically relevant

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Mobile health challenges for clinicians and concerns over how big data from mobile devices could be used to assess compliance were discussion points at Financial Times’ U.S. Healthcare conference.

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