News Summary – 17 January 2013 Reply

  1. RT @shirleyayres: Whilst Social Services Directors worry about trust & value #socialmedia engagement cited in HWB Guide bit.ly/108oTeJ HT @clarkmike
  2. ‘How handyperson schemes are helping older people this winter’ – Guardian gu.com/p/3d55y/tw via @guardian
  3. Study examined reliability of four smartphone #healthapps to identify potential melanomas – Telegraph bit.ly/W8il9B via @telegraph
  4. @clarkmike @Telegraph On a slightly different tack, what will be the backup plans for Teleheath and care if power or web crashes for 24 hrs?
  5. RT @clarkmike: Study examined reliability of 4 smartphone #healthapps to identify potential melanomas – bit.ly/W8il9B via @telegraph
  6. @ChiCustard Internet down not currently a big issue in UK as most #telecare & #telehealth is telephone system (not IP)
  7. @ChiCustard For #telecare, control centre has resilience/contingency plans to maintain systems – depends then if phone network is down
  8. @ChiCustard #telehealth home remote monitoring is not ’emergency’ service – can pick up trends when power restored. Few are currently IP
  9. @ChiCustard Most mobile and text messaging #telehealth can be picked up when power restored/phone charged
  10. Jeremy Hunt speech at Policy Exchange (16 Jan 2013) – From notepad to iPad: technology and the NHS via @dhgovuk bit.ly/W8k4f7
  11. @clarkmike Thank’s for that, guess a blend of technologies will offer the most resiliance, take your point re not emergency service
  12. Wejust published study-Apps for Opioid Conversion-Time 4 UK to get serious about app peerreview @clarkmike @happtique ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/233…
  13. ‘HR and social media in the NHS’ – NHS Employers Guide bit.ly/W9NiuV
  14. RT @clarkmike: ‘HR and social media in the NHS’ – NHS Employers Guide bit.ly/W9NiuV << this might be of some use for staff @sabpNHS
  15. ‘Could DNA databases herald a new era of medicine?’ – BBC News bbc.in/W9NVEO
  16. Study on 4 smartphone apps for examining moles for skin cancer – Pittsburgh Med Center – WSJ coverage on.wsj.com/S7MWH6
  17. RT @PSSRU_LSE: New report by @joselele & colleagues: Implications of setting eligibility criteria for
    #socialcare in England… pssru.ac.uk/archive/pdf/dp2…
  18. ‘If face to face GP appts replaced by Skype will it further isolate housebound people?’ Yes/No at HomeCare.co.uk bit.ly/S7QgBV
  19. ‘Disabled people ‘could be forgotten’ amid social care reform’ – BBC News bbc.in/S8iOLP
  20. @ChiCustard Some challenges with interoperability though when mix of technologies and systems used
  21. @clarkmike was thinking more of belt and braces, old school, watched an office disintegrate when internet went down, all looked stunned:)
  22. @clarkmike thanks for answering my sometimes daft question, learning lost’s on the way.
  23. “@clarkmike: Study on 4 smartphone apps for examining moles for skin cancer – Pittsburgh Med Center – WSJ coverage on.wsj.com/S7MWH6
  24. @ChiCustard Important to have plans in place for a problem but need to avoid a costly inefficient fallback system that is rarely used
  25. @clarkmike will only get easier I am sure on tech side, starting to explore the resistance in people to adopt #telecare and #telehealth now
  26. @clarkmike marching forwards then, seems like it moved so far in 5 years!
  27. RT @UKTI: #HealthcareUK, a new initiative from UKTI and @DHgovuk, aims to boost UK trade in healthcare products & services bit.ly/S7ZjTD
  28. The connected home as consumer medical home – Health Populi bit.ly/S8sx4y
  29. ‘Primary care contacts in last 3m & no. of drug classes prescribed are predictors of care home mortalities’ – GPOnline bit.ly/S8DeEv
  30. ‘NHS urged to embrace Twitter and Facebook responsibly’ – Public Service bit.ly/S8ESpo
  31. RT @AnnaHepburnDH: Jon Rouse appointed as new Director General of Social Care, Local Government and Care Partnerships @DHgovuk dh.gov.uk/health/2013/01/jo…
  32. RT @clarkmike: ‘NHS urged to embrace Twitter and Facebook responsibly’ – Public Service bit.ly/S8ESpo
  33. Inhaler caps with smartphone can send data to the cloud about patterns of device usage for Asthma bit.ly/S8HQKLvia @medgadget #mhealth
  34. RT @davidjbuck: Paid digital communications internship @TheKingsFund. March start date, get your skates on. kingsfund.org.uk/about-us/jobs
  35. RT @AmericanTelemed: Mobile Devices Help to Bridge Healthcare Gap Found in Lower-Income Patients Worldwide in Underserved Regions. ow.ly/gTvsy
  36. RT @researchactive: Wejust published study-Apps for Opioid Conversion-Time 4 UK to get serious about app peerreview @clarkmike @Happtique
  37. £450k Funding for Inverclyde Council for Social Media/Internet Training for Older Disabled People | Support Solutions bit.ly/USVSNs
  38. RT @NHS24: RT @clarkmike: ‘NHS urged to embrace Twitter and Facebook responsibly’ – Public Service bit.ly/S8ESpo
  39. @clarkmike The divide twixt care and health in no surprise, it’s end user resistance to uptake I was most curious about, a hurdle I suspect
  40. Interessante achtergrond info! RT @clarkmike: The connected home as consumer medical home – Health Populi bit.ly/S8sx4y
  41. Interessante achtergrond info! RT @clarkmike: The connected home as consumer medical home – Health Populi bit.ly/S8sx4y
  42. RT @NHS24: RT @clarkmike: ‘NHS urged to embrace Twitter and Facebook responsibly’ – Public Service bit.ly/S8ESpo
  43. RT @NHSSimple: Exciting!: Medical academia getting into #telehealth. Moving away from tech focused “monitoring” and onto real world clinical applications.
  44. @ChiCustard Lots of variation – depends on how implemented. In a controlled trial setting here is some analysis bit.ly/Vs4OME
  45. JMIR: Factors That Influence Adoption & Meaningful Use of Social Media by Physicians to Share Medical Information bit.ly/WbvSy9

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