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I’ve written before on my growing skepticism for the future of wearable devices.
Let’s just start with the big number: the percent of physicians e-prescribing through an EHR increased from 7% in 2008 to 70% in 2014 (representing ~60% of all new and renewal prescription volume).
The hype around the Amazon Dash this week has already proclaimed its push-button ordering to be the height of modern convenience and the first big fiasco of the internet of things.
Solving the VR Crisis | Blog
Feel dizzy or even maybe a bit nauseous every time you put on a virtual reality device?
Iodine.com, the crowd-sourced medication review site founded by former Wired editor Thomas Goetz and former Google engineer Matt Mohebbi, is recruiting participants for a study on the effects of antidepressants.
You’ve heard of the genius bar concept.
Graphic designer Emily McDowell is a a 15-year survivor of Hodgkin lymphoma.
What’s the toughest part about getting the medical care you need?
(Latinos currently make up 17% of the total population, and is expected to increase to almost 30% by 2050. – Pew) In a recent Forbes article, Nicole Fisher highlights 5 Reasons that Latinos Could Be The Most Powerful Transformation Of The U.S.
Our latest report on millennials and health has sparked the interest of some key pharmaceutical columnists.
Can Gambling Improve Health? | Blog
It is estimated that last year alone Americans lost $119 billion on gambling.
Beacons for Pharma | Blog
The idea of leveraging beacon technology for pharma clients has been striking a chord with many of our brand teams.
Last week, we looked at the definition of medical device appsand gave some tips on how you can identify which ones to trust.
The 2015 Makovsky survey “Pulse of Online Health,” reveals willingness amongst Americans to share health data and leverage new technology in order to better their own health.
Pfizer and the American Lung Association have teamed up to create a sort of Kickstarter for kicking the habit.
With the launch of Apple’s Healthkit, mobile app developers are quickly integrating their technologies with the iOS upgrade.
The rise of digital telehealth is upon us.
Google has been aggressively going after the healthcare industry of late.
Many of you know that we recently published a report with Allidura and Harris Poll called Millennial Mindset: The Worried Well.”
A new “Taking the Pulse” report from Decision Resources shows that people in two of America’s fastest-growing medical professions are eager to partner with pharmaceutical companies to deliver the best patient education resources possible.
A recent study of mental health clinicians shows that 73% would find mobile apps useful in their practice1.
I read an article last month in MM&M that I can’t seem to shake: “Why Pharma Should Stop Marketing Products and Start Marketing Services”1, written by Zoe Dunn.
We’re very excited to be part of the release of an important new perspective on how millennial adults think about health and wellness.
Our recent millennial report has spurred a lot of thought-provoking conversations and revealing insights.
The amount of media consumption is at all time highs due to the increasing accessibility we have to the internet.
Healthcare is typically full of a lot of finger pointing and blame.
We’re just a few years away from digital therapies taking on traditional medicines on their own turf: clinical trials, formularies, and prescription pads.
In Gartner’s Hype Cycle terms (see graph below), Telehealth has journeyed over the peak of inflated expectations, through the trough of disillusionment, and is now heading up the slope of enlightenment toward the plateau of productivity.
Watches, bracelets, necklaces, pins, t-shirts, rings, even socks were on display en masse at CES Digital Health Summit 2015.
You don’t have to look far these days to find another story of a frustrated physician.