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Currently Wearables are used by mostly “Fit” and active patients. Taking the Fitbit Flex as an example as I use it myself.

If Chronic Disease patients (CHF,COPD,Diabetics,Obesity) would use such a device then they and their PMDs would have an objective measurement of their activity level, i.e. how much they walk in a day, week, or month. For myself, having the daily

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Bloomberg BNA: Health Care Innovation and Interoperability

Download full article:  Bloomberg BNA Health Care Innovation & Interoperability -- Singerman March 31 2014OverviewHealth Care Innovation Day: Igniting an Interoperable Health System was sponsored by the West Health Institute and the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator for Health
Posted in Community and Culture, Cool Trends, General Discussion, EBM, Medical Home, Process Improvement, Technology

Social Media for Accelerating Hospital Clinician Collaboration, Innovation, and Trust

TrustNetMD use of social media in healthcare to solve problems without meetings TrustNetMD FocusTrustNetMD fosters physician-hospital alignment via Web 2.0 collaboration solutions where clinicians, administrators, and domain experts can elicit, share, and prioritize information. Knowledge Exchanges are applied to one or

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