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DigiHealthBrief: MedGizmo Weekly Healthcare Research Papers & SlideShare Overview for the Week Ending April 14, 2109
Davide Cirillo, Alfonso Valencia - Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC)
· Big Data are radically transforming Personalized Medicine.
· Multi-omics, images, device data, and electronic health records represent the main big data types in biomedical research.
· Cloud computing and HPC are the mainstream infrastructures for the management and analysis of biomedical big data.
· Multi-view data analysis requires advanced machine learning techniques such as deep learning, and cognitive computing.
Warren Kibbe, Chief Data Officer, Duke Cancer Institute at Duke University
March 14-15 2019 SAMSI Advances in Precision and Personalized Medicine held as part of the Program on Statistical, Mathematical, and Computational Methods for Precision Medicine (PMED) at NCSU, Raleigh, NC
Fundamental Changes • Data generation is not the bottleneck • Most data are now ‘digital first’ • Old statistical models assuming variable independence are inadequate – systems and pathways are not independent! • Project management is critical in scaling population science Well-defined experiments are still key. Changes in Oncology • Understanding Cancer Biology • Anatomic vs molecular classification • Health vs Disease
Melissa Ravanini, Senior Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services, Paula Jereissati, Partnership Manager of Albert Einstein Hospital and CEO of Escala Healthtech
Healthcare providers face a challenge of purchasing, hosting and maintaining storage solutions locally. They have to project future growth and then make large purchases based on that projection, which may turn out to be over or under estimated. After a couple of years, that process repeats by retiring and replacing the storage. All that effort is spent on matters that are not core to the healthcare business. Come learn how you can benefit from AWS Storage Services to store your healthcare data in a secure, resilient and cost-effective way. We will also present other workloads that our healthcare customers are running on AWS, like Big Data, Genome, and Telemedicine.
Adriano Fontanari, Healthcare & Innovation - Co-founder of Ponterosso
The introduction of a healthcare innovation involves: Tools, People, Processes, Workflow Users & Healthcare Professionals, Technology (eg. AI). AR & VR Potential: disruption of the medical education and clinical practice. Virtual Reality: practical case
Personalized content has become a standard feature in offering a better, more satisfying user experience. Brands like Facebook, Amazon, and Spotify have been using personalization for years and consumers have now come to expect their content needs will be anticipated and met. This idea of personalization is even more significant and in greater demand within the healthcare industry. According to a study by Gravitate Design, 86% of patients conduct a health-related search before booking a doctor’s appointment. As these patients research, potentially under a great deal of stress, they have to quickly find the answers they need–wherever they are in their patient journey. This presentation explores how you can offer the same one-to-one connection in healthcare marketing that will result in a greater return on your investment.
Christina Lerouge, Product Marketing Analyst
This is a case study prepared by Christina Lerouge for IBM Watson Health Data Movement for 2019. In this study, she covers four main points about IBM Watson: Dynamic Cancer-Care Solutions, Big Data Powerhouse, Data Into Reality: Oncology Landscape Video Review and Future Steps for IBM Watson.
From improved operational efficiencies to better patient outcomes and more affordable care, digital transformation in the healthcare industry has enhanced the experience for everyone involved—patients, medical professionals, and service providers. But what can a day in the life of patients and doctors actually look like when optimized with programmable communications? Follow the healthcare scenarios in this infographic to see how experiences are being reimagined across the healthcare industry
L’Istituto per la Competitività (I-Com)
Digital innovation in the healthcare sector has the potential to improve the management of chronic disease and the efficiency of healthcare systems
This digital framework is a practical guide for commissioners, managers on achieving the commitment made in Personalised Health and Care 2020 to use information and technology to make sure patient records are digital and interoperable. It supports the approaches the wider health and care system is using to support the development of Local Digital Roadmaps, the use of the Digital Maturity Assessment and The future of healthcare: our vision for digital, data and technology in health and care (2018)
Cornelius C. Agbo *, Qusay H. Mahmoud and J. Mikael Eklund
Department of Electrical, Computer and Software Engineering, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, ON L1G 0C5, Canada
This paper reports on a systematic review of the ongoing research in the application of blockchain technology in healthcare. The research methodology is based on the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis (PRISMA) guidelines and a systematic mapping study process, in which a well-designed search protocol is used to search four scientific databases, to identify, extract and analyze all relevant publications. The review shows that a number of studies have proposed different use cases for the application of blockchain in healthcare; however, there is a lack of adequate prototype implementations and studies to characterize the effectiveness of these proposed use cases. The review further highlights the state-of-the-art in the development of blockchain applications for healthcare, their limitations and the areas for future research. To this end, therefore, there is still the need for more research to better understand, characterize and evaluate the utility of blockchain in healthcare.
R.Sangeetha et al. Department of Computer science & Engg, Kathir College of Engg, Coimbatore, TN, India. International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Technovation /2019, 1(3), 57-61
In the proposed all the information of the patient are stored in the blockchain by
using the Metamask and these details are stored in the block chain as a blocks of data. Each block consists of the data which is encrypted data. Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems record health-related information on an individual so that it can be consulted by clinicians or staff for patient care. The data is encrypted by the algorithm known as SHA-256 which is used to encrypt all the data of the patients into a single line 256 bit encrypted text which will be stored in the block at etherscan. These records for not only useful for the consultation but also for creation of historic family health information tree that keeps track of genetic health issues and diseases it can also be used for any health service with the authorization from both the patient and medical organization.
Yan Luo et al, UMASS Lowell
In this position paper, we firstly identify the challenges of medical data sharing and management. Then we introduce the background and give a brief survey on the state-of-the-art. Finally, we conclude the paper by discussing a few possible research directions to cope with the challenges in current medical information sharing.
#TELEMEDICINE, #TELEHEALTH, #HEALTHMONITORING
US20190096534A1 United States Patent Application
An apparatus, including a memory or a database which stores an electronic healthcare record of or for an individual or a patient a comment, note, or message, in advance of a video call, and information regarding an appointment for or regarding the video call; a processor which generates an appointment message or reminder message containing information regarding the appointment and containing a link or hyperlink for initiating the video call, wherein the video call is initiated via the link or the hyperlink; a receiver which receives information regarding the individual or the patient during the video call, receives information input into or entered into a provider communication device or a user communication device, wherein the processor or a computer generates a report containing information regarding the video call; and a transmitter, wherein the transmitter transmits the report to the user communication device.
Prashant Gupta ( 16013i04039 )
Overview What Is Chatbot Introduction Evolution Challenges And Limitation Implements Future Work Conclusion
Israeli start-up VRHealth may have found a way to ease the recovery process using a surprising tool – virtual reality. We take a closer look at how the technology is helping patients. Also in this issue, we find out how the Calypso Knee System developed by Moximed could prevent the need for major knee replacement surgery, ask if automation could be the key to speeding up diagnostic lab operations, round up key points from the Future of Surgery report, and track the rise of the Epipen as generic challengers begin to appear on the market. Plus, we explore the potential of a portable, pocket-sized ultrasound device developed by US company Butterfly, check in with a virtual GP to see how a future digital doctor-patient relationship might work, and review the most exciting medical technologies focusing on Parkinson’s disease today.
United States Patent Application No.: US 2019 / 0088373 A1
Applicant: Alberto Sarmentero, Arlington, VA US
An automated remote service and systems are illustrated with their associated devices that includes wearable sensors and mobile apps for autonomous patient monitoring, diagnosis and alert device and its related software including inference rules, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data algorithms and techniques for the prevention of diseases
#HEALTHSECURITY #HEALTHLAW #MEDICALLAW #FDA
Sandeep Bansal M. Pharmacy (DRA)
This ppt is about the regulatory process of drug approval in different countries like USA, Europe, and Japan by the authority of FDA, EMA & PMDA.
The success of your business relies on timely billing and accurate coding. Whether you’re managing the billing for one provider or 50, it’s a complex job that must meet a variety of regulations, making it easy for medical billing companies to be the target of false claims and fraudulent crimes. As healthcare fraud continues to be a growing issue in the industry, medical billers are increasingly being held liable for their role in the submission of fraudulent claims. Executive Director of American Medical Billing Association, Cyndee Weston, CMRS, CMCS, CPC, will provide an in-depth analysis of what can be considered fraud when submitting medical claims, how the government is enforcing guidelines, and what you can do to help protect your business as well as your practices.
What led to the rise of healthcare consulting firms? Over the years, healthcare consulting industry has evolved at a global level. With stricter regulations, compliance checks, technology adoption, and growing HR issues, companies are compelled to seek help from consulting firms. From global names to small and medium-sized firms, there are a huge array of healthcare consulting firms and the number is likely to grow in the future. List of top Healthcare Consulting firms that Needs Attention
The volume 4 issue 2 of this magazine focuses on
1) Cybersecurity in healthcare
2) Cognitive development
3) Data analytics to improve healthcare quality
4) Study of Type 2 diabetes
By 2022, IoT healthcare is expected to grow as expansive as $160 billion. IoT is letting us peek into the future of technology. It has already improved our lives in so many ways and it is about time for it to bring the innovation and systematic technology in the health care sector as well. This slide deck will walk you through the dynamic IoT healthcare ecosystem.
Revital (Tali) Hirsch, Life Sciences Venture Capital Professional
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will permanently change how medical device companies do business. Historically, the medical device industry has created tremendous value via the creation of therapeutic devices. It is now time for the industry to invest more effort in analytics-based solutions that enable seamless, real-time care management.
For the third year running, our smart friends from across the healthcare industry helped us take the pulse of the health IT sector. Our respondents have correctly called both the survival of the Affordable Care Act (even without bugging Justice Roberts’ chambers) and the lack of tangible progress in drug pricing. This year, we re-checked on startup health, technology adoption and regulatory issues while also taking a look at new topics including blockchain and diversity. Our commentary on the most interesting findings are presented below.
#MENTALHEALTH #NEUROSCIENCE #NEURO #NEUROFEEDBACK #FUNCTIONALNEUROLOGY #NEUROTECHNOLOGY
Aline Holzwarth, applied behavioral scientist
Aline Holzwarth is an applied behavioral scientist, primarily focusing on digital health research and scientifically informed product design. She is Head of Behavioral Science at Pattern Health, a healthcare technology company that makes it easy to create personalized care plans (patterns) for patients, leveraging behavioral science to help patients stick to these patterns. She also co-founded the Behavior Shop, a behavioral science advisory company, and holds an appointment as Principal of the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University, an applied behavioral science lab that helps people be happier, healthier and wealthier, at home and abroad.
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