News Summary – 16 December 2012 Reply

  1. clarkmike
    Development of h’care smartphone peripherals – but challenges of Med Device Directive need to be considered bit.ly/R0DeWz #telehealth
  2. iphonedevnews
    RT @clarkmike bit.ly/R0DeWz Development of h’care smartphone peripherals – but challenges of Med Device D… bit.ly/XtE8Jd
  3. clarkmike
    Launch of Skype2Doctor Service in Australia (with a virtual waiting room) – gp2u.com bit.ly/R0EIjo #telehealth
  4. clarkmike
    Patient access to complex chronic disease records on the Internet – UK Study of RPV system bit.ly/R0EWHo
  5. clarkmike
    BBC News: Dementia patients in Dutch village (Hogeway) given ‘alternative reality’ bbc.in/R0Fvkz
  6. clarkmike
    ‘In Social Era, value will be no longer created primarily by people who work for you or your organisation’ – HBR Blog bit.ly/R0FJYL
  7. CfWICEO
    @clarkmike Interesting piece, but the people who work with me are also networking… So if our organisation is good at = still influential?
  8. PaulNuki
    This place costs 4000 per person per month says Mail.W’bourne view cost 3500 per WEEK. @clarkmike: Dementia bbc.in/R0Fvkz. True?
  9. jo_empson
    “@clarkmike: Launch of Skype2Doctor – gp2u.com bit.ly/R0EIjo #telehealth”. Could support NHS flexibility 24/7?
  10. clarkmike
    ‘@CfWICEO Can be a real challenge for even smartest orgs these days as any type of structure can bring inertia – agreed, interesting piece
  11. PaulNuki
    @clarkmike Thanks. At Winterbourne View rates (£3500 per person per week) that fantastic £17m place in Switzerland would cost us £27m #nhscb
  12. clarkmike
    Electronic Health Records – Infographic from Healthit.gov – where we were, where we are, where we are headed bit.ly/R0UbQy
  13. clarkmike
    Planning guidance from @NHSCB due on 18 Dec – under possible consideration, some routine NHS Services at weekends – BBC bbc.in/R0Uw5V
  14. clarkmike
    RT @medlatest: Masimo Launches iSpO2™ — Commercially Available Pulse Oximeter for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch bit.ly/VZC68e
    #MedicalDeviceNews
  15. clarkmike
    ‘Hospitals could be offering more weekend services under NHS plans’ – Guidance due on 18 Dec gu.com/p/3chb2/tw via @guardian
  16. Bob_Gann
    2 out of 3 patients would consider switching to doctor who offers secure online record access. Via @clarkmike bit.ly/R0UbQy
  17. paintoolkit2
    RT @Bob_Gann: 2 out of 3 patients would consider switching to doctor who offers secure online record access. Via @clarkmike bit.ly/R0UbQy
  18. Sentinel_CiC
    RT @Bob_Gann: 2 out of 3 patients would consider switching to doctor who offers secure online record access. Via @clarkmike bit.ly/R0UbQy
  19. plymbuzz
    RT @Bob_Gann: 2 out of 3 patients would consider switching to doctor who offers secure online record access. Via @clarkmike bit.ly/R0UbQy
  20. helliewm
    @Bob_Gann @clarkmike I definitely wouldn’t I am the 1 out of 3. Love my GP records being paper and safely locked away.
  21. clarkmike
    Pharmacists, nurse practitioners, retail clinics, community aides, self-care in US as part of h’care delivery – NYTimes nyti.ms/R10nbl
  22. DocMartin68
    @Bob_Gann @clarkmike Important to ask though: What exact qu were they asked? Were they given info on potential problems as well as benefits?
  23. nin_49
    RT @Bob_Gann: 2 out of 3 patients would consider switching to doctor who offers secure online record access. Via @clarkmike bit.ly/R0UbQy
  24. jhardingNHS
    RT @Bob_Gann: 2 out of 3 patients would consider switching to doctor who offers secure online record access. Via @clarkmike bit.ly/R0UbQy
  25. clarkmike
    LA Schools use staff/students as ‘living sensors’ to report infrastructure problems via smartphones etc – FastCoExist bit.ly/R1801h
  26. clarkmike
    RT @tkelsey1: Tuesday will be key day for patients when @NHSCB launches its manifesto for citizens. Curtain raiser here m.bbc.co.uk/news/health-207…
  27. clarkmike
    RT @ehealthnews: Leicestershire County Council Invests in Countywide Telecare Service from Tunstall goo.gl/fb/ReYKA

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