News Summary 14 October 2012 Reply

‘Postmarket surveillance for medical devices: America’s new strategy’ – BMJ (£) bit.ly/RYfuAU

Brain Implant Detects, Responds to Epilepsy – MIT Tech Review bit.ly/RYeVag

‘Turning Old Phone Booths Into Digital Information Hubs in NYC’ fastcoexist.com/node/1680716 via@FastCoExist

CCG authorisation: Key facts – pathway from Commissioning Board bit.ly/RYdxUZ

Study: ‘Enhance the Accuracy of Medication Histories for the Elderly by Using an Electronic Medication Checklist’ bit.ly/RYdhFv

@telehealth_news Thanks for the #ff – good to meet up at HETT_Expo

“@clarkmike: ‘Patients want texts and emails, in sickness & in health’ bit.ly/UIcM6o #telehealth@dawndowding US survey – UK trends?

“@clarkmike:Health tech tools alone not magic bullet for patient engagement, needs provider/partnershipbit.ly/Oysai1” via@flupianez

RT @shirleyayres: ‘Health tech tools not magic bullet for patient engagement, needs provider/partnership’@HealthCollectivhttp://bit.ly/Oyt51P HT @clarkmike

@clarkmike Just seen the cost of attending ‘Healthcare at Home’ conf @TheQNI great programme – shame it is so expensive! #qni2012

.@clarkmike @healthcollectiv new paper on user-centred #Telecare at db.tt/DplxsObI #iot

Latest on Trafford’s #Telecare Service – MyWay and MyChoice Marketplace bit.ly/Oytmlx bit.ly/Oytn91bit.ly/OytpOn

‘Health tech tools not magic bullet for patient engagement, needs provider/partnership’@HealthCollectivhttp://bit.ly/Oyt51P HT @clarkmike

‘Health tech tools alone not magic bullet for patient engagement, needs provider/partnership’ Healthworks Collective bit.ly/Oysai1

‘Healthcare at Home’ – interesting @TheQNI conf 15th Oct – technology, training, innovations #qni2012bit.ly/Pv8bST HT @clarkmike

“@clarkmike: Internet-based RCTs: a systematic review – high rates of loss to follow up & other problemsbit.ly/Oyqzsw”@JAMIA_BMJ

‘E-Health Opportunities for Seniors’ – NY Timesnyti.ms/OyrU2F #telehealth #ehealth #nhssm

Upcoming conference @TheQNI on 15 Oct – ‘Healthcare at Home’ – technology, training, innovations #qni2012#telehealth bit.ly/Oyr6L5

Resources on epatients, quantified self etc e-patients.net/ quantifiedself.com/ epatientdave.com/

Internet-based randomized controlled trials: a systematic review – high rates of loss to follow up & other problems bit.ly/Oyqzsw

MT @clarkmike: Good article: “#Telehealth and#Telemedicine: Essentials, Top Do’s and Don’tssoc.li/6ZSJr9G ” Mike thanks for sharing.

RT @KentBottles: In sickness and in health: consumers expect doctors to be wellness coaches, too x.nu/E8Uc1

The Telehealth Daily is out! bit.ly/i9Lml8 ▸ Top stories today via @bigsharkhavas @clarkmike @NHSSimple

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