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#271

DPE15: How Pfizer Innovates With Play | Blog

Dan Seewald, Director of Worldwide Innovation at Pfizer, was one of the first to take the stage at Digital Pharma East this year.

#272

Three Useful Healthcare Apps You Should Know | Blog

To sum up our explanation of medical vs. general health apps, we found it beneficial to add one more post to the series.

#273

The Social Oncology Report: ASCO and Beyond | Blog

MDigitalLife (a division of the W20 Group) recently conducted an examination of specific cancer communities online.

#274

Eli Lilly to Open New Innovation Center | Blog

Eli Lilly plans to open a drug delivery and innovation center in Kendall Square, Massachusetts.

#275

DPE15: Better Marketing Orchestration at Biogen | Blog

Every year, the University of Michigan compiles its American Customer Satisfaction Index.

#276

Is The Top Creativity In Health Competing at Lions Health? | Blog

Are healthcare creativity awards second-class citizens to other creativity awards?

#277

Creating a VR Experience? | Blog

In creating any experience, there’s an element of storytelling.

#279

Half of All Drug Spending Will Be At Specialty Pharmacies | Blog

The next big shift in healthcare experience may be happening at the pharmacy – but not a pharmacy you’ll ever see in person.

#280

Google + Wired Alum Take On a Massive Clinical Study | Blog

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.

#281

Digital Trends 2016: DPE15 Preview | Blog

Chris Iafolla and I just stepped off the big stage at Digital Pharma East.

#282

Communication in a New System | Blog

As ACO’s become more and more popular innovators in the health care space are looking to find ways to assist medical professionals in a changing environment.

#283

The Doctor Will Stream You Now | Blog

Periscope (a Twitter company) allows users to view the world through another person’s eyes.

#284

How Reliable are Mobile Medical Apps? | Blog

Are you using a mobile app to track a health condition, get medical advice, or simply to stay in shape?

#285

Using LinkedIn for micro-targeting oncologists | Blog

During this year’s Digital Pharma East conference, Stephanie Katzman, a healthcare strategist at LinkedIn, announced that the number of HCPs had grown from 3.5 million last year to over 5 million in the US alone and over 9 million globally in 2015.

#286

When Donating Life is Not Enough | Blog

Falling blood donations across the globe are forcing companies to reconsider their approach to getting people to donate blood.

#287

Solving the VR Crisis | Blog

Feel dizzy or even maybe a bit nauseous every time you put on a virtual reality device?

#288

Alternative Approaches With Proactive Measures | Blog

Balance has always been a key topic of discussion whenever I discuss the millennial generation and their attitudes regarding health and wellness.

#289

80% of Blindness in the World is Preventable and Curable | Blog

Did you know that there are only 100 doctors in Kenya that have an eye care specialization ?

#290

The Return of the House Call | Blog

Last year, Zach wrote about Pager, a service developed by a co-founder of Uber that can deliver a doctor to your door in 2 hours or less.

#291

Infection Detection: What's next for wound care? | Blog

Fabric with color-changing aspects have been tinkered with in the fashion industry for some time now.

#292

White wine with your colonoscopy prep? | Blog

People ask Google things they wouldn’t ask their doctor, their partner or even their priest.

#293

In Pursuit of a Less Prickly Experience | Blog

It’s not surprising that the diabetes space is fertile ground for innovation.

#294

Changing lives by thinking about social factors first | Blog

Live from Cannes Lions: The biggest drivers of health outcomes are social determinants.

#295

Amazon ventures into Brick and Mortar | Blog

Yes, you read that right, Amazon the company that started out as an online bookstore is now building stores.

#296

Innovation to see Inside | Blog

As anyone that has ever given blood knows, the last thing you want is for the medical professional to have a hard time finding a good vein.

#297

Cleaner houses = better doctors? | Blog

If we have a favorite idea shop out there, it’s got to be Jump.

#298

Three Innovative Mobile Medical Apps | Blog

Last week, we looked at the definition of medical device appsand gave some tips on how you can identify which ones to trust.

#299

Tools for Shared Decision Making | Blog

One of the trends the innovation team is tracking is “More Involved Patients” – the increasing expectation of patients to be active participants in their healthcare.

#300

RHS: Non-Doctors On Demand | Blog

On demand services have been a trend that just continues to pick up steam and the we’ve noticed healthcare being no exception.