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Digital Health - Software doesn't have an MD

We only have about a million physicians in the United States — but they’re about to get reinforcements.If you think about the CAT scan that an MD is …

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How much medical information would you share in the name of big data?

Harnessing data for healthcare provision and research is improving, but barriers such as privacy concerns, mistrust and medical culture are holding it back<p>When Anil Sethi’s sister was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, it reinforced to him the lack of control patients in the US have over …

Regina Holliday: Patients need access to electronic data before, not during, a crisis | FierceHealthcare

Since the death of her husband from kidney cancer in 2009, Regina Holliday has focused her energies through art, public speaking and social media on …

You Should Share Your Health Data: Its Value Outweighs the Privacy Risk

<i>This article first appeared in Wired on Nov 6, 2014</i><p>From genome-based therapeutics and diagnostics to pulse-monitoring smart watches, health data is …

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Why Data Sharing Is Vital to the Healthcare Revolution

<i>Editor’s Note: J.T. Treadwell is the Managing Director at Symphony Technology Group, a private equity firm where he focuses on analytics and</i> …

Your Medical Records May Unlock Disease Secrets for All

The scheme sounded too good to be true: with a few simple clicks researchers could identify thousands of people who would be a good fit for trials …

Q&A: Gliimpse Wants to Translate Your Medical Records Into Actionable Data

Image Credit: Gliimpse<p>Related:<p>Medical records, electronic or otherwise, might as well be Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics to, well, just about anyone …

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More consumers expect a connected health experience

When most patients in the U.S. visit their doctors, they find their medical history missing or incomplete. 1 in 2 American patients say their doctors …

“No MU without ME”: join the campaign to fight health data hiding--e-Patient Dave

Click to download this social media badge. See blog post for instructions.<i>Several edits made, 1-2pm</i> <br>There is a movement underway – a movement for …

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“We demand a medical record SPIGOT!”--e-Patient Dave

Please see my long-overdue post contributing to the @GetOurHealthData movement, on their blog.The more I’ve thought about all the different issues …

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Consumer-centered Health Care Depends on Accessible Medical Records

There is a problem with medical records—they are scattered everywhere. John Quelch discusses approaches to integrate patient data so that medical …

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Dr. John Halamka made his entire medical record available online: Here's why

July 20, 2015 | Print | Email<p>Cyberattacks threaten to expose information previously unknown to the public. Personal health information that was …

Goldman Sachs says a digital healthcare revolution is coming — and it could save America $300 billion

Though this percentage far exceeds that of other developed economies, government projections say it will only continue to rise in the coming years.<p>It is often said that the US desperately needs to reduce healthcare costs — and analysts at Goldman Sachs think a major spending reduction is not far …

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How digital health tools figure into the White House's Precision Medicine initiative

Last week the White House provided more details about the new $215 million Precision Medicine program that President Obama briefly mentioned during …

Why we need to liberate America's health care

<b>Editor’s Note:</b> Our health care debate, Robert Graboyes says, is trapped. Caught in the back-and-forth over insurance coverage, both the proponents …

The Antidote to Fragmented Health Care

When Dottie Phillips, the healthy 85-year-old mother-in-law of one of us (Amy), broke her elbow, the orthopedist did a wonderful job surgically repairing the injury. Unfortunately, Dottie developed pneumonia in the hospital during her recovery, requiring powerful antibiotics. These led to a …

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Topol: Why Are Docs, Hospitals the Owners of Patient Records?

Dear Medscape Readers,<p>Over 40 years ago, Shenkin and Warner wrote an article in the <i>New England Journal of Medicine</i> titled "Sounding Board. Giving the …

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New Survey: Patients Increasingly Value Electronic Health Records, Eager for More Access and Features

Online Access to Health Information for Patients Has Nearly Doubled Since 2011; Trust and Engagement are Rising<p>WASHINGTON, D.C. — December 10, 2014 …

It's time to redesign medical data

Your medical chart: it's hard to access, impossible to read -- and full of information that could make you healthier if you just knew how to use it. …

Liberate Medical Data—Now

<i>SA Forum is an invited essay from experts on topical issues in science and technology.</i><p>Need to trade your favorite stock while sitting at home in your …

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BMJ article: Patients must have control of their medical records

The cover of the <i>British Medical Journal</i> includes my article titled “Patients must have control of their medical records”:<p>Imagine an elderly patient …

Why Epic myChart is NOT a Personal Health Record

I’ve spent most of the day today listening to conversations about Epic myChart. As I’ve learned more, it’s become very clear that myChart is a good …

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To fix health care, release our data

What is the future of health care? How will we actually lower the number of people who suffer or die needlessly? How will we deliver care more …

Patient Access And Control: The Future Of Chronic Disease Management?

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Dr. Kaveh Safavi is the global managing director of Accenture Health.</i><p>Sufferers of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the United States are among the more active practitioners of disease self-management. It involves, among other disciplines, rigorous self-monitoring of blood glucose and …

Collaboration Will Define Healthcare's Future: A Recap of Stanford Medicine X 2014

September 16, 2014 | Print | Email<p>Stanford Medicine X, the annual event in its 4th year, aims to innovate healthcare at the intersection of emerging …