Post Tagged with: "mHealth"

The Wow of Wearables

The Wow of Wearables

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February 21, 2015

15 comments

IT:

I’d have to say that reports of the death of wearables have been greatly exaggerated. The power of sensor-generated data in personal health and chronic illness management is simply too powerful to ignore.

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Jaan Sidorov is the Population Health Blog

mHealth Apps to Monitor Recently Discharged Patients

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February 17, 2015

33 comments

IT:

Are app-empowered patients less likely to use the emergency room? Do they have a higher survival rate? Do they have higher levels of satisfaction?

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Jen-Hyatt-CEO-Founder-Big-White-Wall Hyatt, CEO & Founder of the Big White Wall

Improving Mental Health via the Big White Wall

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January 31, 2015

29 comments

Mental health, mHealth14, Salber:

Big White Wall boosts access to mental healthcare-allowing people to post thoughts anonymously, access peer & counselor support & learn from clinically-valid programs

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Dr. Jaan Sidorov, host of Disease Management Care Blog

Could mHealth Apps Be a Reprise of the EHR? The Need for Clinician Input

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January 22, 2015

13 comments

IT:

While the Population Health Blog continues to delight in the emerging science of “mHealth” as a newly minted start-up Chief Medical Officer, it ran across this interesting article on risk and patient safety. Authors Thomas Lewis and Jeremy Wyatt worry that “apps” can lead to patient harm.

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John Brownstein, PhD, Co-Founder of HealthMap

John Brownstein: Putting the Public Back in Public Health

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January 20, 2015

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Global Health, Infectious disease, mHealth14, Salber:

HealthMap aggregates data from disparate sources, including reports submitted by individuals, to create a global interactive map of infectious disease.

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Pat Salber & Harry Reynolds at mHealth Summit 2014

Harry Reynolds, IBM: What Makes a Good Healthcare App?

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January 18, 2015

36 comments

Digital health, mHealth14, Salber:

Per Harry Reynolds of IBM, a good healthcare app treats me as me and not just as a patient or member of a health insurance plan.

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Buckle Your Safety Belt, Connected Health is Taking Off in 2015

Buckle Your Safety Belt, Connected Health is Taking Off in 2015

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January 13, 2015

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IT:

While so many folks were writing about their impressions of 2014, I was enjoying the holidays with my family. During that time I was thinking about the notable events of 2014 in connected health, but more importantly how they will set the stage for 2015, which is poised to be a breakout year.

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Rick Valencia, General Manager, QualComm Life

Qualcomm Life: Building Digital Health’s Infrastructure

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January 12, 2015

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mHealth14, Salber:

QualComm Life is building the underlying digital health infrastructure that enables healthcare companies to focus on delivering care instead of developing technology.

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Harry Leider Calls the Question: What’s the Value of mHealth?

Harry Leider Calls the Question: What’s the Value of mHealth?

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January 3, 2015

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Digital health, Salber:

Harry Leider, MD, the Chief Medical Officer of Walgreens answers the question “what is the value of mHealth…and to whom does it accrue. A #mHealth14 Video

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What’s Hot on Hatch?  The 6 Most Watched Videos

What’s Hot on Hatch? The 6 Most Watched Videos

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December 6, 2014

17 comments

Digital health, Entrepreneurs, Salber:

Health Tech Hatch is THE place for health entrepreneurs to tell their stories. Funders & accelerators look to Hatch to learn about new companies

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