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Dan Seewald, Director of Worldwide Innovation at Pfizer, was one of the first to take the stage at Digital Pharma East this year.
To sum up our explanation of medical vs. general health apps, we found it beneficial to add one more post to the series.
MDigitalLife (a division of the W20 Group) recently conducted an examination of specific cancer communities online.
Eli Lilly plans to open a drug delivery and innovation center in Kendall Square, Massachusetts.
Every year, the University of Michigan compiles its American Customer Satisfaction Index.
Are healthcare creativity awards second-class citizens to other creativity awards?
Creating a VR Experience? | Blog
In creating any experience, there’s an element of storytelling.
Ok, I admit it.
The next big shift in healthcare experience may be happening at the pharmacy – but not a pharmacy you’ll ever see in person.
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.
Chris Iafolla and I just stepped off the big stage at Digital Pharma East.
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.
Periscope (a Twitter company) allows users to view the world through another person’s eyes.
Are you using a mobile app to track a health condition, get medical advice, or simply to stay in shape?
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.
Falling blood donations across the globe are forcing companies to reconsider their approach to getting people to donate blood.
Solving the VR Crisis | Blog
Feel dizzy or even maybe a bit nauseous every time you put on a virtual reality device?
Balance has always been a key topic of discussion whenever I discuss the millennial generation and their attitudes regarding health and wellness.
Did you know that there are only 100 doctors in Kenya that have an eye care specialization ?
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.
Fabric with color-changing aspects have been tinkered with in the fashion industry for some time now.
People ask Google things they wouldn’t ask their doctor, their partner or even their priest.
It’s not surprising that the diabetes space is fertile ground for innovation.
Live from Cannes Lions: The biggest drivers of health outcomes are social determinants.
Yes, you read that right, Amazon the company that started out as an online bookstore is now building stores.
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.
If we have a favorite idea shop out there, it’s got to be Jump.
Last week, we looked at the definition of medical device appsand gave some tips on how you can identify which ones to trust.
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.
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.