Lucien Engelen - Issue #28





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August 1 · Issue #28 · View online
Lucien Engelen, sharing stuff i read and do.
Time to REthink Scientific method, Zuck in medical data, Cook in cochlear hearing implants, Bezos muscles into healthcare, Exponential TechTuesdays and more in #28

Zuckerberg-backed initiative at UCSF looks to merge EHR data across 5 medical centers | FierceHealthcare
Only One Third of Patients Use Patient Portals to View Health Data
Study: Apple Watch paired with deep neural network detects atrial fibrillation with 97 percent accuracy | MobiHealthNews
Is It Time To Rethink The Scientific Method? |
Amazon May Be the Next Tech Giant Muscling Into Health Care - MIT Technology Review
Hang in There, the Future Holds Such Promise.
Digital Health is Not an Optimization Play for the Industry: it is a Fundamental Retooling of 17% of our Economy.
iCyborg: Apple Just Announced The First Mass Market Cyborg Enhancement
"It takes a global network to unleash the power of exponential technologies in health."
Exponential TechTuesdays’ – a monthly global training webinar. The GNHIC joined forces with the Innovation Learning Network (ILN) to extend their Virtual TechTuesdays series by adding an “exponential tech Tuesdays” arm. The monthly series will focus exclusively on demystifying key exponentials, and providing training for health systems on how to unleash the potential to impact patients. Each exponential will be examined via a powerful one hour webinar with experts and experienced practitioners from within and outside the GNHIC and ILN networks. Apart from explaining the technology these webinars will explain why patients and health system players should care, describe relevant use cases and showcase emerging innovators in the field.
The first Exponential TechTuesday will be held August 8 featuring Dr. Daniel Kraft (Physician-scientist and founder of Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine), Lucien Engelen (director Radboudumc REshape Center for Innovation), John Mattison (Chief Medical Information Officer for Kaiser Permanente) and Gloria Zaionz (Advanced Technologies team at Kaiser Permanente and Emerging Technologies lead at the Innovation Learning Network). For more info and subsequent webinars check out the GNHIC website or join the webinar (zoom-link) here.
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