News Summary – 5 April 2012 Reply

Centre for Housing and Support newsletter covering telecare and telehealth

Kent and Sussex telehealth and Three Million Lives – series of You Tube videos from SEHTA

Technology adoption & implementation in organisations: comparative case studies of 12 English NHS Trusts – BMJ Open

‘NI telehealth service will help over 20,000 people with chronic conditions to manage their illness better at home’

Is ‘DIY Health’ trending in 2012?

The rise of e-reading via @pewresearch

‘Seizure sensing wristwatch with accelerometer/gyroscopic sensor and GPS’

E-Health Insider: Northern Devon Healthcare Trust issues 800 tablets to community staff for patient data collection

RT @GdnSocialCare: “Too often, people fall between the cracks in care services” Is user-led commissioning the answer?

RT @Action4Ageing: “I never paid much attention to fall prevention. Until I slipped over in the bath…” Over 3.5m falls annually 65+

Local payment by results – new report from Audit

Roche sponsors Twitter-based diabetes community –

RT @TheKingsFund: Lots of coverage of @BBC’s poll of GPs on #NHSreform: @profchrisham comments in BBC & @Telegraph

RT @bmj_latest: Richard Smith: Time for medicine to move from “why questions” to “how questions”…

‘Mobile tracking helps researchers understand addiction’ – US smoking cessation study

RT @HealthFdn: Read about our new self management support fellows & how they could help you to implement SMS in your

‘Predictive risk 2012: applying predictive risk approaches & models effectively’ – The Nuffield Trust

‘US senior citizens improve health, well-being with Kinect, XBOX & MS HealthVault’

‘NHS reforms: what now for health service managers?’ | The Nuffield Trust

RT @NHSManchester: Renal Patient View: A system which provides patients online access to their test results. Final report

Study: Symptom patterns, duration and responses in newly diagnosed patients with heart failure

New Early Warning System for Seizures Could Lead to Fewer False Alarms

Testing flexible wearable sensors – temp; heart, brain, and muscle activity; hydration levels; motion #telehealth

‘iHome for smart elderly’ – Hong Kong #innovateforage #telecare #telehealth

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