24 février
23 février

Companies need to provide consumers with the most competitive options. In order to do so, these firms should have an idea of what their rivals offer in terms of services, accessibility and financial opportunities. However, there are some elements of engineering healthcare insurance policies and public offerings that need to make a proactive stance toward customer retention. If premiums are constantly on the rise, or client care is lacking, businesses will see increased recidivism and encounter...

Près de 2,5 millions de français vivraient dans de déserts médicaux. C’est à partir de ce constat et de son expérience médicale internationale, qu’une entreprise française s’est lancée un pari ambitieux  « un médecin partout, tout le temps ». C’est aussi la promesse de Franck Baudino, président de la startup H4D, au parcours assez atypique. Avant d’être entrepreneur, il a été urgentiste, médecin de campagne et ces deux dernières expériences l’ont largement inspiré dans le lancement de son...

22 février

Les données de santé rassemblées par les objets connectés sont-elles protégées ? Delia Rahallofskog : La Cnil (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés) et une vingtaine de ses homologues européens mènent depuis 2013 des opérations internet Sweep Day consistant à évaluer la protection des données de milliers de sites Web et d’applications mobiles. Environ 20 % des sites internet et 15 % des applications mobiles audités ne fournissent aucune information à leurs visiteurs quant à...

Please can you give me a brief overview of the problems that patients and healthcare in general face with regards to medication adherence? Adherence applies to multiple levels of healthcare. Before a drug goes on the market it has to undergo testing in clinical trials: participants take the study drug and report how well the drug works, along with any side effects. The problem is that often study participants don't take the drug correctly according to the protocol, and sometimes they don’t...

In a world where healthcare reimbursement models are changing, care is moving towards an outcome based compensation model, and industry information exists in many different sources and formats (like images, video, text, numerical data, multimedia, paper, electronic records, etc.,), it’s no surprise that the massive amount of healthcare data is incredibly complex and difficult to sort, organize, and decipher.

Wayne Gretzky may be an unlikely inspiration for an infectious disease researcher. Yet here Dr. Kamran Khan is, on a demonically busy Monday evening, referencing the Great One. “Skating to where the puck is going, not where it’s been” — this is Khan’s goal for himself and his colleagues at BlueDot, the company he launched to help decision-makers prepare for and respond to infectious disease outbreaks. Since January, when the Zika virus sent public health officials...

20 février

Les laboratoires pharmaceutiques mondiaux ont de quoi s’inquiéter. IBM achète un spécialiste des données de santé. IBM annonce qu’il achète Truven Health Analytics pour 2,6 milliards de dollars. L’objectif : enrichir son expertise dans les solutions de soins. Les données ainsi récoltées viennent nourrir...

19 février

Big data is a popular buzzword in classrooms and boardrooms alike these days, and it’s fair to say that data has become the driving force behind nearly every major policy decision that enterprises make. It’s also no surprise that the big data and analytics market is expected to reach $125 billion worldwide this year, and that 100 percent of large organizations will purchase external data by 2019. But, big data is having a profound impact on the way that healthcare operators work....

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