News Summary – 18 February 2013 Reply

  1. ‘@RoySocMed and many others – special thanks for Twitter coverage of #medinnov today – excellent
  2. Could artificial intellegence improve health outcomes & lower costs? AI Study of 500 pts with clinical depression bit.ly/XFnpSH
  3. ”10,000 more GPs needed’ for NHS to cope with increasing workload’ via @Telegraph @clarercgp soc.li/Wz6cCpO
  4. The social considerations for moving health services into the home: A #telecare perspective HT to @mariawolters bit.ly/Yf5WAs
  5. #mhealth infusion by healthcare practitioners in the national health services (NHS) – HT @mariawolters bit.ly/Yf67vK
  6. ‘Hospital readmissions not linked to mortality’ – FierceHealthcare covers JAMA study on Medicare (ht attk/pneumonia) bit.ly/Yf6lmt
  7. ‘An Open Letter to Mobile Health App Developers and Their Funders’ – 3 obs that might help by @JessieGruman CFAH bit.ly/Yf9fYw
  8. ‘Be a Prepared Patient’ – resources from the Center for Advancing Health (CFAH) @jessiegruman bit.ly/Yf9mDn
  9. Passive positioning alarm for #dementia – qualitative intervention study HT to @mariawolters bit.ly/TTuVNw #telecare
  10. ‘Hospital occupancy rates in January during Norovirus – pressure on NHS beds’ via @Telegraph soc.li/EYzl2xk
  11. The use of a home exercise program based on a computer system in patients with COPD 1.usa.gov/WBIPTp
  12. Study: Telephone survey of service-user experiences of a telephone-based mental health triage service 1.usa.gov/WBJ4hc
  13. Costing the burden of ill health related to physical inactivity in Scotland – Health Scotland bit.ly/XdE97m
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