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2015 Trend Posters | Blog
Want a quick reference to all of the 2015 trends?
Gartner recently predicted that by 2020, developed world life expectancy will increase by 0.5 years due to widespread adoption of wireless health monitoring technology.
Mythical Digital | Blog
Is digital healthcare being strong-armed by myths?
Malay Gandhi, Managing Director at Rock Health came to Digital Pharma West to help us see the future through the changing investments of big digital health backers.
Do They Need an Invitation? | Blog
Have you ever watched how people interact with touchscreens at a tradeshow booth?
The amount of media consumption is at all time highs due to the increasing accessibility we have to the internet.
One of the most sizable issues with present-day data tracking is that we have every imaginable way of tracking our personal data, but we haven’t figured out a way to make that data improve our lives.
Prescription Video Game? | Blog
Akili Interactive Labs doesn’t develop medicines or molecules, but it’s still hoping to earn a prescription.
In an effort to identify diseases earlier, Google is looking to identify the true definition of what it means to be in good health by using data, their enormous computing resources and an all-star research team led by Dr.
Ed Lang, Director of Product Public Relations, gave Digital Pharma West a peek into some of the digital experimentation happening at Genentech.
What's Hot In Technology | Blog
From mobile lung monitoring, to apps that bring doctors to your doorstep, the latest and greatest in technological innovation.
IoT: Sensors For Everything | Blog
The internet of things is rapidly making its transition into the internet of everything.
Gautam Gulati, Chief Medical and Innovation Officer at Physicians Interactive, was the only speaker at Digital Pharma West to start his slide deck with a burrito.
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.
Employers still carry the heavy burden of healthcare benefits for Americans and the managed care costs are not getting smaller.
From Mark Cuban’s latest investments, to a pocket-sized emergency room, the latest and greatest in technology.
Streamlining Patient Care | Blog
Experimentation with Google Glass in the operating room and with patients is moving forward, regardless of the obstacles.
Google’s Project Wing, which aims to deliver goods via self-flying vehicles, has been two years in the making.
The neighborhood drug store is evolving to offer a lot more than flu shots, but it’s not just the corner market who is betting on healthcare convenience.
It’s not often that a social media strategy idea really goes viral – let alone gets 752 million social impressions, tens of thousands of interactions, international media coverage and a letter from the FDA.
A recent study of mental health clinicians shows that 73% would find mobile apps useful in their practice1.
One shift we’ve been tracking is the pharmacy’s changing role.
It’s no secret that 3-D printing is changing the game for many industries—healthcare included.
Many of you know that we recently published a report with Allidura and Harris Poll called Millennial Mindset: The Worried Well.”
With the launch of Apple’s Healthkit, mobile app developers are quickly integrating their technologies with the iOS upgrade.
My first Rock Health Summit was well worth the trip.
We’re just a few years away from digital therapies taking on traditional medicines on their own turf: clinical trials, formularies, and prescription pads.
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).
Can Gambling Improve Health? | Blog
It is estimated that last year alone Americans lost $119 billion on gambling.
When I watched the Apple Keynote last week, it wasn’t the highly media-hyped Apple Watch, but the Apple Pay feature, that caught my attention.