Le tecnologie digitali possono migliorare la sostenibilità del sistema sanitario, migliorando la qualità delle cure, perché valorizzano il capitale umano, sia dei curanti che dei pazienti. Continue reading
Il 26 e il 27 ottobre, all’interno della Fiera di Vicenza, si svolge la sesta edizione di MEDit Health Innovation, un salone di riferimento dedicato alle innovazioni e allo sviluppo tecnologico nell’ambito della sanità. Mercoledì 26 l’intervento di Cristina Cenci e la presentazione di DNM – Digital Narrative Medicine
Articolo di Cristina Cenci sul blog Digital Health, Nova – Il Sole 24 Ore.
Dal 2016 i cittadini potranno consultare via cellulare la propria cartella sanitaria Il ministero intende garantire maggiore trasparenza e tutela sulla privacy Continue reading
Prendiamo l’ascensore, scendiamo al piano -2 dell’ospedale e lì troviamo il mondo di vetrini dell’anatomo-patologo, tanto centrale nella diagnosi e nel follow up del paziente oncologico, quanto spesso invisibile. Continue reading
Scrive Eric Topol: “With approximately two billion users worldwide, smartphones are the most rapidly adopted technology in the history of man […] We are about to see a medical revolution with little mobile devices”. Continue reading
Dr. Andrea Leeds, a Bellmore pediatrician, said she never leaves home without hers.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ronald Gulotta of St. Francis Hospital in Flower Hill thinks younger doctors do not know how to use them the way physicians of his father’s generation learned to diagnose with them. And Dr. Stephen Gulotta, now retired after more than 50 years in medicine, is certain his son is right continua a leggere
Articolo di Delthia Ricks su Newsday
With the help of smartphone apps and FitBit-like devices, women can now track and understand their monthly menstrual cycles and pregnancies digitally Continue reading
The annual Most Wired hospitals report and survey results are out, and they include a bevy of metrics about health IT adoption in the US today.
Some 63 percent of hospitals on the 2015 Most Wired list, which includes US hospitals that have reached a certain level of IT adoption, offer patients self-management tools for chronic conditions, according to a companion survey of 741 representatives from more than 2,213 hospitals in the US.
The survey was sponsored by VMware and fielded between January and March of this year. It was also conducted in partnership with the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Health Forum and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).
The survey also found that 89 percent of Most Wired hospitals offer access to the patient portal through an app. This is significantly higher than last year’s number, when just 58 percent offered this feature. It’s actually not too far off from all hospitals represented in the wider survey. Some 79 percent of all hospitals in the survey offered access to the patient portal through the app, up from 47 percent in 2014. This year, 63 percent of Most Wired hospitals offered secure messaging, compared to 40 percent last year. Some 50 percent of Most Wired hospitals have an app for patients’ personal health records too, up from 32 percent in 2014. continua a leggere
Articolo di Aditi Pai su MobiHealthNews
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