nuviun's Senior Content Editor provides a quick trip around the Digital Health Landscape in this first edition of her Weekly Rounds.
As a nurse-who’s-an-editor-for-a-health-related-publication, I couldn’t help but use some healthcare lingo in naming this new weekly column of mine.
Just as we “round” on patients in healthcare to check on current status, and write up our findings in “progress notes,” so I’ll be rounding on various sectors on our Digital Health Landscape—providing short notes and links to a variety of stories that caught my eye each week. This certainly isn’t meant to be comprehensive, but just a quick trip across the landscape to help top off our week with you.
So kick back and relax with me—feel free to skip around, explore further, or linger on something of interest. As with all of our content, we invite you to jump into the conversation and comment at will!
We’re so happy that you’re part of our growing global digital health community, and look forward to Connecting Great Minds™ and making a difference in the world together.
Sue Montgomery, RN, BSN, CHPN
Senior Content Editor, nuviun
I’m a Big Data nut, and a privacy/security nut as well, so when I saw this title from Healthcare Info Security, I had to check it out:
As just another indication that digital health is global, it’s interesting to see a Shanghai-based company providing ehealth solutions for the Netherlands:
Looks like a whole bunch of docs are about to meaningfully shed Meaningful Use:
Now here’s a blast from my nursing school past – connecting gamification to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – love it!
Health 2.0 Social Media in Healthcare
If there’s anyone-who-knows-anything about Health 2.0, it’s these two:
Health and Wellness Apps
Popular Mechanics was always lying around my house growing up—since my dad never found something broken he couldn’t fix. But who knew the mag also covers mental health?
This comment on the article by a reader provides another great resource:
“There are several pages of mental health Apps for Therapists, Therapy, Self-Help and Students at www.telementalhealthcomparisons.com/apps.”
Jay Ostrowski · Director of Product and Business Development at National Board for Certified Counselors - NBCC
I’ve read a lot of excellent research from Parks & Associates, so when I saw Harry Wang’s name under this title, I had to dive in:
I have to admit that the quote: "EHRs have become roach motels” pulled me into this one:
When we talk about interoperability, it’s typically wrapped around an EHR or new challenges with the explosion of mhealth—but it’s a hot topic in radiology right now as well:
The affordability of mhealth is quickly becoming the NGO’s best friend:
I couldn’t help checking out why an aerospace giant is weaving itself into DNA:
“$14.4 trillion of added value across global industries”…yep, I wanted to read more, too:
Sensors and Wearables
Being an Ohio native (#GoBucks!) and Midwestern gal at heart, this Forbes title caught my eye:
Well, New York is certainly known for its New Year’s celebrations:
Within our own content recently, nuviun's big data expert—Pam Baker—knocked it out of the ballpark with this one:
Thanks for joining me—and please stop in again next Friday for Weekly Rounds across the Digital Health Landscape!
Sue Montgomery is nuviun's Senior Content Editor and has been a nurse for 30 years. Passionate about patient advocacy, she's also an unapologetic word-nerd and digital health geek. You can follow her on Twitter @suemontgomeryrn.