• Cerebral Aneurysm Care; Cites Importance of Effectively Curating Results in a Registry
  • Genetic testing: The next employee benefit?
  • History Written In Our DNA
  • 3D Printed Surgical Models Improving Implant Surgery While Saving Time/Money
  • Derby the dog got 3D-printed paw prosthethics, now watch him run
  • NanoSensors approach to detect cancerous transformation of single cells
  • Good News You May Have Missed in 2014: (Bill Gates,  on Healthcare)
  • Cerebral Aneurysm Care; Cites Importance of Effectively Curating Results in a Registry

    Cerebral Aneurysm Care; Cites Importance of Effectively Curating Results in a Registry

      SOURCE October 15, 2014 Guest Post by Nicholas Bambakidis, MD Professor of Neurosurgery and Director, Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Surgery Residency Program Director, Neurological Surgery University Hospitals Case Medical Center Cleveland, OH The Dartmouth Institute recently published a review of cerebral aneurysm care as part of their “Atlas of […]

  • Genetic testing: The next employee benefit?

    Genetic testing: The next employee benefit?

    SOURCE December 17, 2014 Organizations often look to their benefits for innovative ways to differentiate themselves from others as they compete for talent. A look to recent developments in the very competitive U.S. technology sector had Apple and Facebook covering the cost of the elective cryogenic freezing and storage of […]

  • History Written In Our DNA

    History Written In Our DNA

    SOURCE December 18, 2014 In a new study published in the American Journal of Human Genetics, 23andMe population geneticist Kasia Bryc created a first-of-its-kind genetic portrait of the United States. The study offers a detailed look at how the ancestry make-up of self-identified African Americans, Latinos and European Americans differs […]

  • 3D Printed Surgical Models Improving Implant Surgery While Saving Time/Money

    3D Printed Surgical Models Improving Implant Surgery While Saving Time/Money

    SOURCE December 18, 2014 To understand why 3D printed surgical guides are making such an impact on medical procedures, you need look no further than Replica 3DM. This innovative supplier of medical and commercial 3D printed models is using its Stratasys 3D Printers to support 12 UK National Health Service […]

  • Derby the dog got 3D-printed paw prosthethics, now watch him run

    Derby the dog got 3D-printed paw prosthethics, now watch him run

    SOURCE December 18th 2014 Derby was born with deformations in both of his front legs, making movement and any kind of speed difficult, if not impossible. Now, he can run. The husky mix was fitted out with two prosthetics, custom-made on 3D sculpting software to fit his forearms. With some […]

  • NanoSensors approach to detect cancerous transformation of single cells

    NanoSensors approach to detect cancerous transformation of single cells

    SOURCE December 17, 2014 (Nanowerk Spotlight) Future medical diagnostics will rely on nanotechnology-enabled sensors to detect changes in individual cells, for instance cell surface charge, to detect diseases at their earliest stage (see for instance: “Graphene-based optical sensor detects single cancer cells“). Since diseased cells, such as cancer cells, frequently […]

  • Good News You May Have Missed in 2014: (Bill Gates,  on Healthcare)

    Good News You May Have Missed in 2014: (Bill Gates, on Healthcare)

    SOURCE Dec 18, 2014 I ended 2013 by compiling something slightly unusual: a list of some of the good news you might have missed. I thought it was a pretty good note to end the year on, and people seemed to like reading about some of the ways the world […]

 

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The purpose of this website is to introduce both patients and healthcare professionals to the impact of the Internet on medicine and healthcare, by curating and organizing relevant articles in all fields of the digitalization of Medicine. (See i-NEWS section on Main Menu). Medical Apps and Medical Devices are examined, and internet technology and Patient Education are evaluated., for their places in all medical settings. The influence of the internet is shown in every Medical Specialty,, and improvements in Medical Education through the internet by showing the viewer the Top Patient Accredited Medical Information Websites, , the Best Medical Blogs, the top Medical Videos, and best Medical Podcasts. In addition to the latest-breaking Internet Medical News and Internet Medical Research News in all specialties are studied.. As Dr. Eric Topol of the Scripps Digital Medicine says, vast changes are occurring, now, due to the convergence of changes in technology. Medical Apps and Medical Devices are affecting many areas of of Medicine. Overall, the internet is changing all healthcare, from the use of Internet Technology in Hospital Administration in America to the use of iPhones to diagnose infectious disease in Africa

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Cerebral Aneurysm Care; Cites Importance of Effectively Curating Results in a Registry

Cerebral Aneurysm Care; Cites Importance of Effectively Curating Results in a Registry

  SOURCE October 15, 2014 Guest Post by Nicholas Bambakidis, MD Professor of Neurosurgery and Director, Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Surgery Residency Program Director, Neurological Surgery University Hospitals Case Medical Center Cleveland, OH The Dartmouth Institute recently published a review of cerebral aneurysm care as part of their “Atlas of […]

 
 

Genetic testing: The next employee benefit?

Genetic testing: The next employee benefit?

SOURCE December 17, 2014 Organizations often look to their benefits for innovative ways to differentiate themselves from others as they compete for talent. A look to recent developments in the very competitive U.S. technology sector had Apple and Facebook covering the cost of the elective cryogenic freezing and storage of […]

 
 

History Written In Our DNA

History Written In Our DNA

SOURCE December 18, 2014 In a new study published in the American Journal of Human Genetics, 23andMe population geneticist Kasia Bryc created a first-of-its-kind genetic portrait of the United States. The study offers a detailed look at how the ancestry make-up of self-identified African Americans, Latinos and European Americans differs […]

 
 

3D Printed Surgical Models Improving Implant Surgery While Saving Time/Money

3D Printed Surgical Models Improving Implant Surgery While Saving Time/Money

SOURCE December 18, 2014 To understand why 3D printed surgical guides are making such an impact on medical procedures, you need look no further than Replica 3DM. This innovative supplier of medical and commercial 3D printed models is using its Stratasys 3D Printers to support 12 UK National Health Service […]

 
 

Derby the dog got 3D-printed paw prosthethics, now watch him run

Derby the dog got 3D-printed paw prosthethics, now watch him run

SOURCE December 18th 2014 Derby was born with deformations in both of his front legs, making movement and any kind of speed difficult, if not impossible. Now, he can run. The husky mix was fitted out with two prosthetics, custom-made on 3D sculpting software to fit his forearms. With some […]

 
 

NanoSensors approach to detect cancerous transformation of single cells

NanoSensors approach to detect cancerous transformation of single cells

SOURCE December 17, 2014 (Nanowerk Spotlight) Future medical diagnostics will rely on nanotechnology-enabled sensors to detect changes in individual cells, for instance cell surface charge, to detect diseases at their earliest stage (see for instance: “Graphene-based optical sensor detects single cancer cells“). Since diseased cells, such as cancer cells, frequently […]

 
 

Good News You May Have Missed in 2014: (Bill Gates, on Healthcare)

Good News You May Have Missed in 2014: (Bill Gates,  on Healthcare)

SOURCE Dec 18, 2014 I ended 2013 by compiling something slightly unusual: a list of some of the good news you might have missed. I thought it was a pretty good note to end the year on, and people seemed to like reading about some of the ways the world […]

 
 

Quadriplegic successfully uses mind-controlled robotic arm

Quadriplegic successfully uses mind-controlled robotic arm

Quadriplegic Jan Scheuermann gave the mind-controlled robotic arm a big thumbs up at the end of her trial period (Photo: Journal of Neural Engineering/IOP Publishing) SOURCE December 18, 2014 In 2012, a quadriplegic woman managed to move a robotic arm, using only her thoughts, to a level of proficiency that […]

 
 

11 healthcare CEO bloggers you should follow

11 healthcare CEO bloggers you should follow

SOURCE December 17, 2014 The blogosphere is full of healthcare bloggers who offer their thoughts on the rapid changes within the industry. But amid all the noise, how do you know which ones you should follow? We’ve compiled a list of some of the best reads in the industry from […]

 
 

In praise of FDA collaboration: the cardiac safety example

In praise of FDA collaboration: the cardiac safety example

SOURCE December 18, 2014 I’m directly aware of FDA’s longstanding constructive, collaborative efforts in the areas of HIV and HCV through the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research. Those efforts are now expanding into liver fibrosis and beyond. So I was encouraged to to receive the following correspondence over the weekend from Mikael Totterman, […]