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Authored by Sue Montgomery (T:@SueMontgomeryRN), June 30, 2016

Healthcare’s Growing APP-etite for Mobile Health

According to industry estimates, 50 percent of the more than 3.4 billion mobile device users globally will have downloaded mobile health applications (apps) by 2018. These apps are software programs that run on smartphones and other mobile devices, accessories that attach to them-or a combination of both.

Signed by Doris who joined us at the first event on digital health in Bucharest – ICEEhealth @ICEEfest. You think she enjoyed it? Seee the ICEEhealth 2016 wrap up

ICEEfest 2016: digital innovations in Central and Eastern Europe

By Doris Retfalvi The Interactive Central and Eastern Europe Festival is one of the region’s largest conferences focusing on the Internet of Things. Bringing together 137 speakers from more than 17 countries to an audience of over 3,000, ICEEfest covers the full gamut of digital specialities, from content to e-commerce.

Guest blog on Mira Rehab

Digital Health – Game on – MIRA Blog

Lets’ start from here: ALL games are both fun and serious. Cheap thrills or serious games? This idea is so pervasive – that games are a waste of time that we will come to regret – that I hear it literally everywhere I go.

Notes from a recent event

Digital Medicine – While in Cluj, Transylvania…

I had the pleasure to present on Digital Health at Cluj Innovation Days “(CID) is annual event organised by Cluj IT cluster aiming at consolidating the IT sector and creating new innovation based bridges among businesses, academia and the public sector”.

Recently, in media

On Medtech Engine, my dear, brilliant friend and mentor Sue Montgomery wrote a two part article on healthcare economics in Europe. I am so very proud to have been mentioned in both.

Europe’s health economics landscape overview

By Sue Montgomery It can seem like an endless maze. The complexities related to health economics in Europe mean that medtech companies find themselves facing an array of challenges. In the first of two articles on the topic, Sue Montgomery takes a look at why health economics in the region matters – and starts by mapping this complex landscape.

Navigating Europe’s complex health economics maze

By Sue Montgomery The complex maze of health economics in Europe means that the journey from idea to launch can be quite a challenge for medtech companies. In the second instalment on the topic, Sue Montgomery continues her discussion with two industry experts about how to navigate the complexities So far, we’ve discovered that there are no easy answers when it comes to money, medicine and Europe.

50 SHADES OF TELEMEDICINE GREY

Gisele Waters and Lorena Macnaughtan, November 2, 2015 on Mayo Clinic Centre for Innovation‘ blog

50 Shades of Telemedicine Grey

Post Written By Gisele Waters and Lorena Macnaughtan Telemedicine has historically provided unique healthcare opportunities for patients, including greater convenience and increased accessibility for rural and remote locations, particularly in regards to specialist consultations. With the explosion of smart sensing devices and cloud computing, telemedicine has now become even more accessible and attractive for primary care as well.

Stanford Medicine X 2015 – The Impact #medx #medxhangover

October 2, 2015

Stanford Medicine X 2015 – The Impact #medx #medxhangover

Stanford Medicine X is a flagship conference in Digital Health which pushes through the convergence between medicine and emerging technologies, by embracing everybody: patients, doctors, researchers, technologists… This year’s theme was Great eXpectations (see also my post All Eyes on Digital Health).

On Storify – Whilst at Stanford Medicine X #medx #medxhangover

October 2, 2015

Whilst at Stanford Medicine X 2015 #medx #medxhangover (with images, tweets) · L_Macnaughtan

This post is about what I found most valuable whilst at Stanford Medicine X. And I cannot tell you how difficult and unfair it feels, because this event was so intense – with interesting topics and truly amazing people. I felt very humbled and very honoured to have such company.


 

Whilst at Stanford Medicine X #medx #medxhangover

October 2, 2015

Whilst at Stanford Medicine X #medx #medxhangover

Stanford Medicine X is the flagship conference in Digital Health which pushes through the convergence between medicine and emerging technologies, by embracing everybody: patients, doctors, researchers, technologists…. I was very proud to take part and have an Ignite Talk on how and why Digital Health evolves with and around the empowered patient.


 

Healthcare Innovation Summit 2015 #medx

October 2, 2015

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I was thrilled that the first person I met was David Shaywits, as I am a long time admirer of his writings. I am also a big fan of his and Lisa Suennen‘s podcasts, not only for their insights but for their sense of humour too. If you didn’t listen… well, you can catch up here. Soon after,, at a round table, I had the opportunity to meet in person Dr. Bob WachterRead more…

 

Interface Challenge Awards Show 2015 #interfacesummit

October 2, 2015

Interface Challenge Awards Show 2015 #interfacesummit (with images, tweets) · L_Macnaughtan

It was a pleasure to take part in the excellent awards show and party, whilst at the Interface Summit 2015. The event took place on the 29th of September, in Vancouver, Canada. It was a great, inspiring evening. See for yourself.

 

My Ignite Talk at Stanford Medicine X #medx

October 2, 2015

My Ignite Talk at Stanford Medicine X #medx

Stanford Medicine X is the flagship conference in Digital Health which pushes through the convergence between medicine and emerging technologies, by embracing everybody: patients, doctors, researchers, technologists…. I was very proud to take part and have a talk on how and why Digital Health evolves with and around the empowered patient.

In Digital Health, Who Comes First? The Technology, the Regulator, the Patient or the Doctor?

September 18, 2015, on LinkedIn

In Digital Health, Who Comes First? The Technology, the Regulator, the Patient or the Doctor?

 

Digital Health – Right Here, Right Now

September 14, 2015, on The SelfcarePeople
Digital Health – Right Here, Right Now

My virtual contribution to #DigiHealthFest @DigiCatapult

July 10, 2015
My virtual contribution to #DigiHealthFest @DigiCatapult

The rise of patient opinion leaders #doctors20

June 10, 2015

This is my storyfied exploration of how patient leadership manifested during the fabulous Doctors 2.0 & You conference.

 

Digital Health gets serious about games? #doctors20 by Lorena Macnaughtan

June 5, 2015, on Doctors 2.0 & You

In response to Denise Silber question: What are the latest trends in applied or serious games for health?  This post presents briefly some of the emerging trends and questions raised by serious games for health, which came up during a session at Doctors 2.0 & You 2015, Paris. Read the entire post on Doctors 2.0 and You blog, here.

All Eyes on Digital Health

May 26, 2015, on nuviun

Digital Health seems to have exploded on take-off, but is imploding on landing. We have the technical capabilities to support healthcare without borders, expert patients, and digitization from head to toe… Why aren’t we there yet?

 

The Curious Case of Digital Health

May 25, 2015, on nuviun

No spoilers, read the entire article.

 

In Digital Health, What’s Your Plan B?

March 30, 2015, on nuviun

In Digital Health everything changes. Entrepreneurs have to navigate the well-known and the unknown to bring their ideas to life.

 

Love in the Time of Digital Health

February 13, 2015 on nuviun

Could Valentine’s Day be optimized by Digital Health? Reflections on wearables, love and other emotions…

 

You, Me and Digital Health

February 9, 2015 on nuviun

In all this discourse about how technology is going to liberate us from the paternalistic approach to health, patient voice is still barely heard.

 

What Have the Regulators Ever Done for Us?

December 1, 2014, on nuviun

I explores the global regulatory trends in digital health—and the impact upon innovation and progress.

 

 

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