News Summary – 2 December 2012 Reply

  1. clarkmike
    BBC News: ‘Adult social care suffering under cuts, survey suggests’ – Age UK/College of Social Work survey bbc.in/11jDByh
  2. clyn40
    RT @clarkmike – BBC News – Adult social care suffering under cuts, survey suggests bbc.in/TAy0xL
  3. clarkmike
    @CarterAngie Thanks for the mention and kind words. Hope things going OK with you @claireOT
  4. clarkmike
    The Smartphone in Medicine: A Review of Current and Potential Use Among Physicians and Students – JMIR bit.ly/QY6ApI #telehealth
  5. clarkmike
    Developing #telehealth access to dermatologists when there are US shortages of specialists and long waits bit.ly/QY7Hpj
  6. clarkmike
    Event: ‘Care homes: How can data & tech impact the lives of vulnerable patients?’ 3 Jan 2013, London via @ManeeshJuneja bit.ly/QY8kz5
  7. Shan_nav
    @clarkmike I really hope this take off with help of open hardware and software. To shake up the HealthIT
  8. canadauk
    RT @clarkmike: Event: ‘Care homes: How can data & tech impact the lives of vulnerable patients?’ 3 Jan 2013, London via @ManeeshJuneja
  9. clarkmike
    ‘Significant increases in e-prescribing in US’ – Healthcare IT News bit.ly/QYtU6L #telehealth
  10. clarkmike
    RT @amy_galea: Join our debate on LTCs, use our resource on future trends and read v interesting blogs on kingsfund.org.uk/time-to-th… #kfthink
  11. rjonesplymouth
    JMIR review: Smartphones in Medicine bit.ly/QY6ApI concludes very few quality studies on how to use smart phones (HT @clarkmike)
  12. vicla9
    RT @rjonesplymouth: JMIR review: Smartphones in Medicine bit.ly/QY6ApI concludes very few quality studies on how to use smart phones (HT @clarkmike)
  13. clarkmike
    ‘Telemedicine making a shift to smartphones’ – Mayo Clinic and Univ Arizona bit.ly/QYQZGf via @azcentral #mhealth #telehealth
  14. clarkmike
    ‘Transparency, rather than targets, will help to improve our healthcare system’ article by @Jeremy_Hunt gu.com/p/3c8tn/tw via @guardian
  15. clarkmike
    ‘Death rates at more than a dozen trusts are worryingly high’ Dr Foster Hospital Report gu.com/p/3c8mt/tw via @guardian
  16. clarkmike
    ‘Hospital guide finds 29% of beds occupied by patients who could be treated elsewhere’ – Dr Foster guide gu.com/p/3c8mc/tw via @guardian
  17. bazmoult
    @clarkmike @guardian but why are they ?? Negative reporting does not help. yes highlight care issues, but do it with a balance.
  18. HealthManNet
    @clarkmike If.. services outside hospital were properly organised and available 24/7. Some of these stats seem dubious, others seem sensible
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