News Summary – 8 May 2012 Reply

‘Social care reforms delayed by coalition’ via @guardian

New Deloitte Report – ‘general practice must work differently to cope effectively with increasing demands’

‘Cameras in hospital to monitor hospital staff’ via @guardian

RT @ageukcampaigns: 800,000 older people are missing out on care. We need a law in the Queen’s Speech tomorrow @Number10gov #carecantwait

Pulse Today: UK GP explains how practice has saved £ by providing records access & self-care advice on website

Liz Kendall: ‘The elderly and disabled cannot afford to wait’ via @Telegraph

RT @ehealthnews: Intel outlines Arrival of ‘Second Wave’ of Mobile Solutions in Healthcare

‘Text messages ‘boost adherence’ – Pulse Today looks at recent Dutch systematic review of med #telehealth

Day 2 from eHealth Week in Copenhagen – follow at #eHW12 and keep track at #telehealth

‘Healthcare Continuity From Hospital to Territory in Lombardy: TELEMACO Project’ #telemedicine

‘World Health Organization Reports Conundrum for eHealth Evaluation’ via @HuffPostImpact #telehealth

RT @Paul_Corrigan: New long-term models for value creation needed to save the #NHS within budget?

Can #teleheallth video consults improve access to GPs, specialists, AHPs in Australian nursing homes? Clinical trial

Patient using i-Pad to track chronic condition & maintain e-mail contact with specialists (short US video) #telehealth

Carer’s Trust survey on Britain’s unpaid carers – impact of stress and ill-health – The

Making Personal Health Records and Smartphone Technology Work Together (Intel video)

Cabinet and NHS risk register via @guardian

Depression in middle age and link to dementia – via

‘White House Honors Pioneers Of Technology For People With Disabilities’ via @TPM

Impact on psychiatric hospitalisation from nearly 100,000 telemental health consults during 2007-10 by VA #telehealth

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