News Summary – 1 August 2012 Reply

‘NHS is failing patients with neurological conditions’, claims report from Neurological Alliancegu.com/p/39dn7/tw via @guardian

Health eTowns – delivering healthcare services to remote communities in Australia bit.ly/N126Zf#telehealth #telemedicine

‘6 lessons from California on making #telemedicinepolicy a reality’ bit.ly/Omu8Oh #telehealth

#Telehealth in Gloucestershire – recent surveybit.ly/MYxPfu

RT @ZDNetUK: 4G in the UK: What it is, when it’s coming and what it means for you zd.net/R77fmN #4g#mobile #broadband #digitalbritain

#Telecare from South Korea Telecomwhowired.com/112062

RT @MBirty: New @MHPHealth & @NeuroAlliancereport finds that neurology is being neglected in key#NHSreform levers bit.ly/QuLs9K

Baby sensor cap test to learn how autism develops via@Telegraph soc.li/y5ObYQF

RT @axelheitmueller: John Oldham: most underused resource in healthcare is the patient #healthsummit#ghps2012

How a US facility integrates #telemedicine, nursing and rehabilitation approaches for ‘Parkinson’s Disease’bit.ly/Oo0YOJ #telehealth

RT @GPonlinenews: NICE reveals first set of targets for commissioners bit.ly/MRgXcD #gpnews

RT @MilesAyling: Up to 75% of secondary care follow ups could be done by phone or Skype bit.ly/MZ8i11 #in

‘QIPP Digital technology essentials guide’ from NHS Networks bit.ly/MRXpVx #telehealth #telecare#telemedicine #nhssm

DH: Commissioning toolkit for respiratory services published bit.ly/NbtC4Y

‘Text4Health tackles diabetes in New Orleans – 60% population at risk’ bit.ly/MZL9Aq #telehealth #mhealth#nhssm

RT @PaulLikeMe: Age UK Q’s Cameron on what our plan will be for aging. A: diverting funds to NHS, efficiency, home care, telemedicine #ghps2012

Q&A: VA’s Adam Darkins on #telemedicine, EHRs and ‘an Internet for healthcare’ bit.ly/McQ393 #telehealth

RT @johnsculley: Telehealth Trends Put Consumers In Control of Their Health Care. bit.ly/T3Ecz5 #Sculley

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

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