News Summary – 19 April 2012 Reply

‘How Many Times Per Month Do Certain Types of Patients Seek Online Health Information?’ – #nhssm

‘Support for carers must be central to social care white paper’ via @guardian

‘High-tech healthcare for seniors not always effective, necessary’ – FierceHealthIT: #telehealth

‘Verizon’s Stratton: The Future of IT is Mobile and Cloud’ – #mhealth #telehealth

BBC News: ‘NHS Lothian offers ‘bad news’ recordings to prostate cancer patients’

RT @GdnHealthcare: Over 71% of you who voted in our poll thought that #telecare •does• have a future in the #NHS

RT @Diabetescouk: High blood pressure affects half of people with diabetes

RT @trevor_single: 1st mtg of 3millionlives funders yesterday. Good event and v encouraging spread of funders; tech suppliers and monitoring centre operators.

RT @RichardatKF: Burstow at #ADASS insisting #NHS money has got through to #socialcare but councils making different decisions about priorities…….

RT @RichardatKF: Burstow at #ADASS awaited #socialcare White paper themes to incl quality, prevention, assets/networks, commsng, info&advice……

‘FDA Looking Into Use of Technology Tools To Help People Self-Diagnose, Obtain Medications’ – iHealthBeat #telehealth

US Diabetes Telemonitoring Pilot looks to reduce physician workflow by involving home care agencies: #telehealth

‘Why mobile health devices need FDA oversight’ via @kevinmd #mhealth #telehealth

#Telehealth tool could improve behavioral healthcare for soldiers – FierceHealthIT

DOTmed – ‘By end 2012, more mobile devices than people – 7bn mobile devices – impact on healthcare?’ #telehealth

@RhianB3 Thanks for Twitter coverage of #telehealth from #nexters12

Get rid of ‘digital handcuffs’, says European commission vice-president, Neelie Kroes via @guardian

‘Employee Devices + Mobile Healthcare Information = a Quiet, Perfect Storm’ – Paul Sonnier at HealthWorks Collective

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