News Summary – 5 February 2013 Reply

  1. RT @clarkmike: E-Health Reporter: Bill Gates Says that mHealth’s Time Has Come bit.ly/WmRvwt #mhealth
  2. RT @clarkmike: Health IT startup delivers personalized content tailored to patient’s disease stage’ @medcitynews bit.ly/Vs3N4I
  3. RT @clarkmike: #fallschat From NPSF in U.S. – one-third of adults over 65 fall each year. 500k falls in hospitals bit.ly/VFz9ds
  4. ‘@NurChat #nurchat – there should be some DH funding for nurses around use of mobile devices etc
  5. @clarkmike @NurChat there is funding j.mp/XfQCW3 as a loan and tied to implementing Friends and family #nurchat
  6. ‘@uk_james ‘OtTalk when Geraint Lewis was at Nuffield, he also did some work on predicting risk of admission to care homes for #socialcare
  7. @DGFoord @clarkmike @NurChat – its a LOAN …. and I’m still not sure where to actually get the money! #nurchat
  8. #OTalk One of the difficulties for risk stratification and predictive modelling is poor source data (eg coding of admissions)
  9. MT @clarkmike: #OTalk One difficulty of risk stratification and predictive modelling is poor source data (eg coding of admissions) #OTalk
  10. .@clarkmike agree. And time lag too – sometimes up to 3 months. No good for the here and now of patient care #OTalk
  11. RT @uk_james: MT @clarkmike: #OTalk One difficulty of risk stratification and predictive modelling is poor source data (eg coding of admissions) #OTalk
  12. @uk_james @clarkmike I think electronic medical records should help hopefully eventually. #otalk
  13. RT @uk_james: MT @clarkmike: #OTalk One difficulty of risk stratification and predictive modelling is poor source data (eg coding of admissions) #OTalk
  14. @uk_james @clarkmike Mike, I totally agree, particularly in #mentalhealth where outcomes for PbR not clinical indicators of risk #OTalk
  15. ‘@Gemma_Finnegan Many scans (CT, MRI) etc require a second radiographer sign off for QA purposes – needs high resolution screen #nurchat
  16. RT @clarkmike: @Gemma_Finnegan Many scans (CT, MRI) etc require a second radiographer sign off for QA purposes – needs high re.. #NurChat
  17. ‘@Gemma_Finnegan However, there is a time issue particular with stroke telemedicine/clot-busting drugs where there is a CT scan etc #nurchat
  18. @clarkmike time is of the essence in such situations – could lead to substantially better outcomes if issues are resolved #nurchat
  19. #nurchat Good point from @robdykedotcom about links to records – also links to med devices & interoperability – see Kaiser/VA from the U.S.
  20. @clarkmike and the VA system is #opensource with #openstandards – this helps for links to records and other systems #nurchat
  21. ‘@Gemma_Finnegan #nurchat Stroke networks in England have done some great work around rapid decision-making for safe Thrombolysis
  22. ‘@Gemma_Finnegan #nurchat here is a link for PACS (imaging) work in England bit.ly/14PTC0K
  23. ‘@robdykedotcom #Nurchat Yes, VA system, although around for some while now is worth looking – they also have #socialcare in their teams
  24. ‘@uk_james Geraint Lewis did lot of early work on PARR. Nuffield picked it up as DH no longer supported work. Geraint now at NHSCB #OTalk
  25. ‘@uk_james #OTalk CCGs who don’t use risk strat/predictive modelling could possibly run out of money – LTC costs in England = £70bn pa
  26. @clarkmike there seems to be some confusion on the #OTalk tag- people thinking it applies to individual interventions @uk_james
  27. @clarkmike risk stratification has meaning at population level- it is a probability measure, not applicable individually @uk_james #OTalk
  28. @clarkmike I think I’ve got this right, but please do tell me if I’ve misunderstood?! #OTalk @uk_james
  29. #OTalk Reason that Kaiser developed risk strat is that past history of hosp admissions is not good predictor of future – regression to mean
  30. @claireOT @clarkmike @uk_james it can do both #OTalk risk strat tool shows specific pts who then reviewed. commissioners use at global level
  31. RT @helen_whiteside: @claireOT @clarkmike @uk_james it can do both #OTalk risk strat tool shows specific pts who then reviewed. commissioners use at global level
  32. RT @helen_whiteside: @claireOT @clarkmike @uk_james it can do both #OTalk risk strat tool shows specific pts who then reviewed. commissioners use at global level
  33. .@helen_whiteside @claireot @clarkmike was with a GP earlier looking at tool at individual level, tracking score change over time #OTalk
  34. ‘@claireOT #OTalk There is an issue about anonymised hosp data/coding. Requires GP to unlock risk strat work to identify potential ind cases
  35. @helen_whiteside I’m thinking about inclusion of economic and cultural risk factors, too #OTalk @clarkmike @uk_james
  36. .@helen_whiteside @claireot @clarkmike in Kent we’ve cross matched #socialcare data with risk Strat profile at population level #OTalk
  37. RT @helen_whiteside: @claireOT @clarkmike @uk_james it can do both #OTalk risk strat tool shows specific pts who then reviewed. commissioners use at global level
  38. ‘@WoodcoteEwan Good article on Vista – remember reading it previously #nurchat
  39. @uk_james love to chat more about it- I’m just starting develop data viz tools #OTalk @helen_whiteside @clarkmike
  40. ‘@uk_james #OTalk Have you developed risk strat for potential care home admissions building on GL’s work at Nuffield Trust?
  41. @nchadborn @clarkmike yes… given more and more facilities use electronic medical records. #otalk
  42. ‘@nchadborn #OTalk – Nuffield Trust picked up the risk strat work when DH no longer supported it – plenty at bit.ly/OvdT0i
  43. ‘@uk_james #OTalk Link for some of the feasibility work on #socialcare risk strat (admission to care homes) bit.ly/14PYO4w
  44. RT @clarkmike: #OTalk Link for some of the feasibility work on #socialcare risk strat (admission to care homes) bit.ly/14PYO4w #OTalk
  45. Special thanks to @clarkmike who managed to drop key links in for #OTalk and #nurchat at the same time! Bravo, sir!
  46. multi tasking at it’s best! MT @claireOT: Special thanks to @clarkmike who managed to drop key links in for #OTalk and #nurchat! Bravo, sir!
  47. RT @claireOT: Special thanks to @clarkmike who managed to drop key links in for #OTalk and #nurchat at the same time! Bravo, sir!
  48. #OTalk Another link on the early PARR risk strat work done at the Kings Fund bit.ly/14Q0NpM
  49. #otalk Good slide deck from Kaiser (2007) on popln management for chronic conditions – good use of electronic records bit.ly/14Q1tvj
  50. @clarkmike @uk_james @claireOT data not that specific at mo. relies on crude attendance data & GP clinical coding of disease/social status
  51. ‘@Gemma_Finnegan #nurchat Note on this PACS imaging app – can be used for review only, not approved for diagnostic use bit.ly/XL2nnd
  52. ‘@Gemma_Finnegan #nurchat Link for Stroke #telemedicine in UK using video link/laptop for scans bit.ly/XL3aol
  53. “@clarkmike: ‘Facebook mobile app and user tracking’ via @Telegraph soc.li/uPkc6H” You have been warned
  54. RT @diarmaid: Can’t make it to the #AALCall6 Info day in Brussels? Watch live online > bit.ly/14zCCKY #AAL #telecare #telehealth #EC [Wed 6 Feb]
  55. New technology helps doctors link a patient’s location to illness and treatment – Washington Post wapo.st/XLkLfM
  56. Two hundred Swiss pharmacies offering #telemedicine video consults with docs, as part of a pilot bit.ly/XLme5H
  57. Smartphone interventions can help manage chronic pain, study says – FierceMobileHealthcare bit.ly/XLmZM6 #mhealth
  58. RT @rjonesplymouth: Open & free webinar on some Ehealth research at Plymouth University Tues 12th Feb 12.30-1.30 Register now attendee.gotowebinar.com/re…
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