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Caught between the fascination of technological successes and the demand for a more humane and caring approach, the medical field is in search of its future. How is techno-medicine different from what we might call “clinical and humanist” medicine? Can they be combined rather than set up as opposites?
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The personal data at stake
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Digital offers high hopes when it comes to preventive medicine: health-related data analytics can be used to (...)
Do the development of telemedicine and the emergence of a wide range of applications and platforms offer real (...)
Access to medicine
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Connected healthcare is attracting new players. Small start-ups and digital giants are moving into this highly (...)
Connected and accessible thanks to networks and telemedicine, ultra-informed and responsive thanks to big data... (...)
Will the massive spread of medical information online and the promise of individual empowerment make us more (...)
Digital is contributing to the transformation of healthcare, an area where it is making an even bigger impact than (...)
Who are the patients of the future?
Will the massive spread of medical information online and the promise of (...)
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