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DigiHealthBrief: MedGizmo Weekly SlideShare Overview - January 28, 2018
MedGizmo Weekly Overview of SlideShare Presentations - Digital Health Technologies & Wearables for January 28, 2018
ProjectDR is an augmented reality system that allows medical images such as CT scans and MRI data to be displayed directly on a patient’s body in a way that moves as the patient does.
The technology includes a motion-tracking system using infrared cameras and markers on the patient’s body, as well as a projector to display the images. But the really difficult part, Watts explained, is having the image track properly on the patient’s body even as they shift and move. The solution: custom software written by Watts that gets all of the components working together.
“There are lots of applications for this technology, including in teaching, physiotherapy, laparoscopic surgery and even surgical planning,” said Watts, who developed the technology with fellow graduate student Michael Fiest.
This paper describes a case study for collecting digital footprint data for the purpose of health data mining. The case study involved 20 subjects residing in Finland who were instructed to collect data from registries which they evaluated to be useful for understanding their health or health behavior, current or past. 11 subjects were active, sending 100 data requests to 49 distinct organizations in total. Our results indicate that there are still practical challenges in collecting actionable digital footprint data.
In its 12th year, PwC Health Research Institute’s annual report highlights the forces that will have the most impact on the industry in 2018
Health Catalyst Proprietary. Healthcare leaders need to motivate change and constantly advocate for innovation, particularly in the IT ecosystem. Health Catalyst is not satisfied with the current trajectory of digital health at the macro level. We are far from perfect, with plenty of flaws, which is why we are intentionally disrupting ourselves with the idea of the Health Catalyst® Data Operating System (DOS). There will be criticisms about healthcare IT, with the understanding that it is from the position of wanting to do better, while being personally and organizationally accountable.
Robert Mittendorff, MD, MBA, Norwest Venture Partners
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are transforming the work of human labor. Healthcare professionals will see their work transformed and augmented with this technology, but the manner in which these changes will occur is nuanced. In this presentation, I will explore the manner in which the labor of healthcare will be transformed, review evidence to support this prediction, and remark on the changes already underway.
Due to significant growth in big data technologies such as tools for data orchestration, data mining and analyzing volumes of structured and unstructured data, adoption of big data in various industries has increased significantly. This has led to rapid increase in demand for big data analytics integration in healthcare services, on the back of which, the global big data analytics in healthcare market is gaining huge traction.
For practical wearables and Internet of Things (IoT) implementations, Artificial Intelligence studies specific problem solving or reasoning tasks. Healthcare mobility solutions boost capabilities such as visual perception, speech recognition, and decision-making. But wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) work without an AI engine, why do we need it in the first place. Because the true value lies in insights.
ClinicopediaTM HIMS “Manage Healthcare with Precision” Smart Hospital Information Management Ecosystem - Mobile & Web, HIPAA & HL7 Compliant
Explores how a new generation of medical practitioners is using machine learning, heightened sensor sensitivity and networked data systems to grow the industry’s ability to not only gather, but also to interpret data in real time and at scale. Digital health tools are gaining consumer, organizational and regulatory trust as their outputs become more accurate and actionable for medical practices. Today’s living, continuous data streams can inform a more refined and holistic view of each individual along his or her ongoing health journey.
#MEDTECH #DIGITALMED #MEDDEVICE #WEARABLETECH #WEARABLES
A handful of digital stethoscopes that have secured FDA clearance are devices that seek to deepen the clinical data physicians collect from their patients but also make it easier to share that data for consults, second opinions, and remote monitoring. Brisbane, Australia-based business M3DICINE, which also has an office in Boston, is the latest example of this trend following in the path of other companies such as Eko Devices, TytoCare, and Rijuven.
By supplying real-time health information, a sensor primarily based healthcare information infrastructure can be used to effectively maintain patient medical records based on the information collected on a relatively stable basis. The proposed solution for this method combines the environmental and wearable sensors so that the patient's health status can be monitored around the patient and at the same time. This will allow the broad understanding of the condition of the patient and the expert on both subjects to take care of the patient. Keywords: Health rate, Wearable sensors, Ecological sensors, health rate monitoring system, health status, and health Concerns
Is wearable technology really the next big thing? Is it the next category of tech that will change the way we live? Or are smartwatches, fitness trackers, military gadgets and those snazzy Google Glass are a thing we’re supposed to accept as The Future?
Technology has transformed the world that we live in and how we behave in it; impacting the ways that we engage with others and with the services we use, altering our expectations and our experiences. We have all become ‘digital citizens’ and the impact is felt across all sectors – including healthcare.
We have partnered with Practice Business to investigate how the digital patient is modifying care delivery processes and administration, what technology you are introducing and implementing at your practice and how – both positively and negatively – the digital patient is affecting your workload and that of your practice.
Smart Pulse is a patented diagnostic device that is very innovative and portable.
Now from the convenience of your home or office, you can quickly run a health check-up for yourself to understand how much progress you have made with your current lifestyle.
Internet of things or IoT becomes the focal point of modern day technology and becomes inevitable for every industry including the healthcare industry. The discreet beacons become a vital component of the IoT ecosystem, revolutionizing the way things have been done in the last few years.
Healthcare industry is in the front end of being disrupted by this trend. According to one of the industry analysts, the IoT healthcare market is projected to grow to USD 158.07 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 30.8% from 2017 to 2022. At PTC ,we had great success in working with several Medical Device manufacturers who have embarked on this journey with our PLM, CAD and Iot solutions for this industry. Please take a few moments to review my thoughts on "The Next Wave in Healthcare: Improving Patient Outcomes with the Internet of Things (IoT)"
Solution Distributed application built on the Ethereum blockchain Prescriptions accepted by pharmacy staﬀ biometrically and MDX token deposited in pharmacy’s integrated wallet Full, real-time prescription history at the fingertips of both prescribers and pharmacies Constant, real-time database monitoring by machine-learning algorithms to identify and report fraud and suspicious activity to regulatory agencies as it happens Prescriptions are transmitted electronically, paired with a native MDX token Prescriptions are biometrically signed by prescriber
#TELEMEDICINE, #TELEHEALTH, #HEALTHMONITORING
Mobile Health (mHealth) – Medical and public health practice supported by mobile devices, such as mobile phones, patient monitoring devices, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and other wireless devices. mHealth stands for mobile-based solutions that deliver health. Mobile health (mHealth) is an essential element of electronic health (eHealth) MHealth is important because it makes healthcare practices accessible to the public through mobile communication technologies in a variety of ways (e.g., providing healthcare information, collecting health data, observing patients, etc.)
This report makes available Remote Monitoring Solutions presented by 71 companies who replied to the Hospital Bernal Solution Match Call, launched by eHealth HUB in February 2017.
By everis/ ehCOS
#MENTALHEALTH #NEUROSCIENCE #NEURO #NEUROFEEDBACK #FUNCTIONALNEUROLOGY #NEUROTECHNOLOGY
This presentation about mental health, Factor Affecting the Health, Mental illness, Psychological and physiological symptoms of mental disorders, Common mental disorders (depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, eating disorders, addictive behaviors and Alzheimer’s disease), prevention and promotion program, Types of behavioral therapy, Factors contribute to the achievement of mental health.
A glimpse of the major drivers and restraints affecting the Mental Health Software market. Major Drivers, increasing usage of smart phones, Rising governmental initiatives for digital healthcare, Growing geriatric population, Major Restraints, Data privacy issues
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