About dagautier

#ehealth #healthcare #France #wearable #quantified #IoT #OpenData #running #gamer #TEDxPU 2013 team. half #human prospectivist @PAC_FR & @PAC_consultants

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  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    A baby born five or ten years from now could be tattooed with an integrated circuit at birth that could monitor ECG, physical activity, nutritional status, sleep duration, breathing rate, body temperature, and hydration, all generating a huge amount of data that can be used in health management, disease prediction, and even monetization for large healthcare companies. The data could be transmitted to smartphones or tablets. Applications would give parents and pediatricians insights into the baby’s health and condition in real–time. The same scenario is available for adults, especially soldiers...
    Note: belle synthese de ce qui pourrait etre possible. souhaitable ? #OuPas - jusqu'ou ?...
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    Sensors can be embedded in tissue (pacemaker), ingestible (smart pills), epidermal (smart skin or digital tattoo), wearable (clothing or jewelry), and external (traditional blood pressure monitors and smartwatches).
    Note: #digitalHealth #sensor #wearable
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    “The problem with that is that we’ve forgotten what Greek physicians knew thousands of years ago, and that is the fact that the human body is a complex adaptive system with many connected dynamic components interacting and communicating on multiple levels—not only within the body, but also with the external environment. One hallmark of a complex adaptive system like the human body is that you cannot understand the whole by looking at individual parts and that the whole is always greater than the sum of the parts. In this light, the fact that medicine and biology are so siloed into domains...
    Note: never forget the big picture.
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    An important goal is to feel what the robot touches, which means getting useful haptic feedback from the patient tissues to the surgeon’s hands. According to Professor Hannaford, haptics technology has matured a lot in the last ten years, but still struggles to find a robust market niche. Haptic feedback from surgical robotics is in great demand, and will be available eventually. It is still not clear, however, how to certify haptic feedback as completely safe and stable. In the future, surgeons might sit in special chairs, receiving a clear, three dimensional picture of what the robotic arms...
    Note: we definitely will need an ubiquitous and very resilient network !!#remote #robot #surgery
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    although I am a true believer in technology, and the power of technology to transform health care, I firmly believe that technology is a tool in our hands, and that the future of medicine will be humans wielding those tools wisely.”
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    Ever since I was a kid I have been constantly improving cognitive skills from speed to focus by using video games.
    Note: soft training -
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    In the United States alone, the shortage of doctors is predicted to rise to 130,000 from the current 60,000 by 2025; and Africa has 25% of the worldwide disease burden but only 3% of the health workers. It is almost impossible to train all the physicians that will be needed.
    Note: #africa #health #doctors #shortage
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Mesko
    I think I might tell my children in 10 years that the early 2010s was a barbaric era because neither physicians nor patients had access to the data they truly needed.
    Note: #healh #data #patient
  • dagautier shared from The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology by Ray Kurzweil
    “many paths to the truth.”
    Note: #singularity #book
  • dagautier shared from The Brand Called You: Make Your Business Stand Out in a Crowded Marketplace by Peter Montoya, Tim Vandehey
    Don't get talked into printing your stationery in expensive full color (also known as four-color). It's not always necessary, and the right designer can make two colors look spectacular.
    Note: =) si c'est ecrit c'est que c'est vrai. @Geoffrey
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