News Summary – 26 July 2012 Reply

‘Mobile phones help bolster Uganda’s fight against HIV’ via @YahooNews #telehealth

Mobile phone helps with monitoring in web-based CBT programme for depression/anxiety – PulseIT (Australia) #telehealth

‘Your Mobile Phone As A Door Key’ – use of NFC for ID and controlling other electronic devices @FastCompany

‘Healthcare Technology and the Role of the Physician’ – Howard J. Luks, MD via @hjluks#mhealth #telehealth

Challenge 5, ICT Call 10: ICT for Health, Ageing Well, Inclusion and Governance – Budget €705m – Deadline: 15 Jan 2013

‘80% of docs say technology improves provider-patient communication’ – recent US/Canada surveys – FierceHealthIT:

RT @MilesAyling: Dementia Challenge champion groups want your views on how communities can be made more dementia friendly #in

‘Key technologies driving healthcare’ – Computer Weekly #telehealth #nhssm #mhealth

RT @NHSGlos: News: Gloucestershire telehealth patients enjoy better…

RT @NuffieldTrust: View, download & reuse our key slides showing the revised NHS structure when reforms go live on 1 Apr 2013 #nhsreform

RT @kingsfund_lib: New blog from @goodwin_nick on telehealth today ( – background reading on telehealth & care here:

‘Factors influencing adoption of home #telecare by elderly or chronically ill people: a national survey (Netherlands)’:

‘Why it is time to reunite health and planning policy’ via @guardian

NHS Yorkshire and the Humber ‘Better for Less’#telehealth update now available via@TelehealthHull

RT @FastCompany: A new application for phones might rapidly expand the ability to test foods for via @fastcoexist

RT @NHSSimple: On the front line with patients this afternoon. Taken aback by emotional stories of how Flo has changed their lives. #telehealth

For daily news follow Mike Clark on Twitter (@clarkmike) 


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