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#121

Earning smiles, tears and goosebumps | Blog

When I walked into a recent leadership meeting, I found two things on my chair: a copy of the Harvard Business Review (the one with the Advertising Analytics article on the cover) and a hardback of Unconscious Branding by Douglas Van Praet.

#122

The thin line between denial and hope | Blog

Amanda Bennett is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of The Cost of Hope.

#123

How will human connections survive technology? | Blog

Over dinner last night, some colleagues compared their families by level of device and technology addiction.

#124

A lawyer, a designer and a doctor walk into a bar | Blog

Ok, maybe not into a bar.

#125

The doctor you choose makes all the difference | Blog

One Fall day, in the big open ballroom of one Hilton or another, eight conference speakers took turns answering a seemingly simple question: how do we engage these new digitally-empowered healthcare consumers?

#126

Unconscious bias starts early in medicine | Blog

The topic of unconscious bias has been a big one this year, thanks in part to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s high profile book and media tour encouraging women to “lean in” at work.

#127

Picture this: Lots of seeping, icky wounds | Blog

This is by far the most submitted HxP story ever.

#128

HxP Picks: Identity, DTC, lenticulars, and empathy | Blog

Some of our favorites!

#129

2014 Marketing Trends: Exclusive iBook | Blog

We covered an entire room with ideas.

#130

40 Ideas from MediaPost Marketing Health | Blog

This week marked MediaPost’s first Marketing Health conference.

#131

HxP Picks: Personal resolutions, powerful videos | Blog

Some of our favorites!

#132

Stop buying ads for people to skip | Blog

I went to YouTube this morning to watch the newest Samsung Galaxy commercial, hoping it would be as funny as my husband promised.

#133

The Health Experience Project is back! | Blog

Huge thanks to all of you who have reached out to check in on the very quiet Health Experience Project over the last few weeks.

#134

Empathy, disgust and experience in the ER | Blog

You’ve probably sat in meetings like I have where people, with the best of intentions, reduce a customer down to a failure, a stereotype of their limitations.

#135

Could Metformin Change Diabetes Care Again? | Blog

Over the last few years, we’ve been watching the development and eventual FDA approval of Proteus’ ingestible sensor for medication management.

#136

Quickies: 12 Snack-size Healthcare Headlines | Blog

The coolest doctor we know just joined AT&T, BMS used four words to poison a competitive launch, all your pills now come in handy to-go packs, the way the internet is organized is changing, clinical trial data has been freed and much more!

#137

An Infographic Look at: Social Medical | Blog

How do you communicate with your doctor?

#138

Trending Now: Get the 555 on SXSW | Blog

SXSW brought us new gadgets and apps galore.

#139

HxP Picks: Gaming, NFC, caregiving, more | Blog

Wrapping up your week?

#140

Refill my Pill | Blog

“There’s an app for that” has become common place these days.

#141

From Pencil To Potential | Blog

3 POTENTIAL HEALTH APPLICATIONS OF GRAPHENE – THE STRONGEST, THINNEST AND MOST CONDUCTIVE MATERIAL EVER DEVELOPED.

#142

HxP Picks: Women Gamers, Kid-Friendly MRI, Lots More | Blog

Every week, our contributors send in tons of great finds – from a how a new generation is handling midlife crises, to the radical shifts in how primary care is being delivered around the world, to how mood recognition is creating entirely new experiences in the living room.

#143

Worth a Like: UCB Leads on Facebook | Blog

If you’ve ever talked about pharma marketing with me, you know I’m a big fan of the work UCB has done to support and advocate for patients.

#144

SnackStat: Must See YouTube? | Blog

Searching to reach that every popular 18-34 yrs. demographic?

#145

HxP Picks: personal stories, new strategies | Blog

Let’s kick off this week with a ton of the great finds our contributors have sent in.

#146

Dare to Compare | Blog

Social scientists have found that seeing comparative data is a more effective route to behavior change than making more rules.

#147

Trend: People Expect More Than a Prescription | Blog

People increasingly expect to be active participants in their healthcare.

#148

The Latest Healthcare Power Couple | Blog

With every type of tracking device under the sun at our disposal, the real question has become, what are we to do with this agglomeration of endless data?

#149

Is the web influencing your doctor's practice? | Blog

Choosing a doctor is a very important decision for any individual or family.

#150

7 Wow-Worthy Stats About Life and Health | Blog

You know those wow-worthy statistics that instantly make you rethink a long-held belief about people, healthcare and the connections between them?