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The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first drug manufactured using 3D printing: Aprecia’s epilepsy-fighting Spritam (available 2016).
You’ve heard of the genius bar concept.
Our latest report on millennials and health has sparked the interest of some key pharmaceutical columnists.
Google is making significant changes to their paid advertising that stands to greatly impact pharmaceutical paid search campaigns.
For many of us, the front door to our business is our website.
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.
The German app company, SmartPatient, who developed the health app MyTherapy for iOS and Android, conducted deep research into pharma mobile application usage and content.
The rise of digital telehealth is upon us.
AstraZeneca has been investing in supporting people via social media for 6 years.
Pfizer and the American Lung Association have teamed up to create a sort of Kickstarter for kicking the habit.
Fabrizio Caranci, Director of Channel Innovation at Merck, started out with this super fact from John Chambers, CEO at Cisco: by 2020 over 30 billion objects will wirelessly be connected to the internet.
If patient-centered teams need to perform like special ops forces, why aren’t they equipped for it?”
The healthcare startup, Grand Rounds, pairs patients with identified healthcare experts that are uniquely qualified to provide them the care they need.
I’m kind of a fan of Gary Shteyngart.
A Pocket-sized Nutritionist | Blog
Track this, monitor that.
Sharecare and Trinity Health are creating solutions at an interesting point in the history in health care.
The CRM giant, Salesforce, has unveiled a cloud-based platform that is tailored specifically for healthcare providers and patient data.
Do They Need an Invitation? | Blog
Have you ever watched how people interact with touchscreens at a tradeshow booth?
23andMe, started as an innovative, yet simple, take-home DNA sample pack.
Consumers have access to more healthcare information and resources and more financial responsibility for their health than ever before.
With the Oculus Rift on the brink of consumer release (Q1 2016), the innovation team was eager to hear more about the latest breakthroughs that had yet to be announced.
An hour with the doctor?
Ok, maybe Huggable is more than an app.
By now you’ve undoubtedly heard of the health insurance startup called Oscar Health (especially if you are a NYC subway frequenter).
As the expectations of our modern patient (both young and old) continue to change, the market is being forced to make adaptations.
New York, NY.
Disappearing Technology | Blog
Disappearing Technology is a trend that, if done well, you won’t even notice.
The Power of Healthcare | Blog
Healthcare facilities are some of the most energy reliant structures in our society today.
Graphic designer Emily McDowell is a a 15-year survivor of Hodgkin lymphoma.
Dan Seewald, Director of Worldwide Innovation at Pfizer, was one of the first to take the stage at Digital Pharma East this year.