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#61

Ian Read, Len Schleifer Hug-It-Out Following Drug Price Scuffle | Blog

It may be April 2nd, but we couldn’t let April Fool’s pass without The Week That Was team having a little fun.

#62

Patients want a (download) recommendation | Blog

Not long ago, a client described a particular patient type to me.

#63

Voice - The New Frontier for UX Design | Blog

But do the old rules of user experience design still apply?

#64

The Week That Was: Full-Speed- Ahead Fall | Blog

Congress is back from summer recess and healthcare is top of mind.

#65

New Rules for Physicians and Pharma in New Jersey | Blog

On Monday, January 15th tighter rules went into effect regarding transactions between physicians and pharma in New Jersey.

#66

Bring on the Sunshine | Blog

As tempests raged along our coasts and in the nation’s capital last week, we are all left asking for a metaphoric and literal dose of sunshine and transparen-C.

#67

Download this and call me in the morning | Blog

One of the few places we still get homework as adults is the doctor’s office.

#68

MILLENNIAL MINDSET: THE WORRIED WELL | Perspectives

A recent study by Allidura Consumer, GSW and Harris Poll finds that adult millennials highly value happiness, but there appears to be a big tension between their aspirations for happiness–97% say it’s important–and the well-documented way millennials are currently living.

#69

CVS App is Digitally Driving Adherence | Blog

While the challenge of non-adherence is far from news in our industry, CVS Health has nonetheless focused multiple work streams on quantifying, qualifying and reversing its impact on healthcare costs.

#70

Grinder App Used to Distribute HIV Self Testing Kits | Blog

Researchers at Indiana University and University of California recently launched a banner ad within the Grinder app to distribute free self-testing kits to the more than 5 million Grinder users.

#71

Trend: People Expect More Than a Prescription | Blog

They’re bringing their own data and research into the exam room and self-treating with food and apps.

#72

Smart Socks Predict Foot Ulcers in Diabetic Patients | Blog

Companies like Athena are giving Apple watches out for free to their employees and subsidizing them for plan members.

#73

Apps to Push Prescription Drugs Over the Counter | Blog

In the first half of this new year, the United States FDA will incentivize many pharmaceutical brands to make their biggest prescription drugs available over the counter.

#74

Google vs. | Blog

There’s an app for that.

#75

KidsMD Brings Healthcare to the Echo | Blog

They’ve opened up their API, offered a $100 Million fund to support developers, made a simple backdoor way to create your own commands, and created a spin off device that allows for their AI Alexa to be in more of your rooms.

#76

Achieving Insight-Driven Care: Rely on Data and Behavioral Science to Unlock Real Change | In The Media

Michelle Keefe, President of Commercial Solutions at Syneos Health, elaborates in this Applied Clinical Trials article.

#77

Patient Advocacy Transparency Act and the Growing Call for Disclosure | Blog

As anticipated, on June 6, 2018, Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) introduced the Patient Advocacy Transparency Act.

#78

The Endless Opportunities of Personal Assistant Programs | Blog

When we’re in a crisis one of the first things we turn to is our cell phone.

#79

Why Transparency Is Trendy…and Maybe Life-Saving, Too | Blog

While the industry is getting plenty of flak for the inaccessibility of high-cost drugs, there’s another issue at hand that doesn’t have anything to do with drug scarcity: increasing cases of prescription drug misuse and abuse

#80

Pharma Creating Startups for Innovation | Blog

Genentech is a company we’ve covered quite a few times for their innovative experiences and general attitude toward healthcare.

#81

eyeforpharma Philadelphia 2018—Staring with Trust? | Blog

Paul Simms—Chairman of eyeforpharma—started with 2 opposing ideas on trust from Big Pharma leaders.

#82

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?

#83

Timing Is Vital! | Blog

As Content Marketing World‘s recap of recaps passed through my LinkedIn news feed, I decided to share my own perspective on what we learned at the conference.

#84

The FDA's Newest Unit Looks Beyond Food and Drugs... | Blog

In a recent Wired article, Bakul Patel shared a glimpse into the new team he’s building within the FDA—completely focused on new developments in digital.

#85

Refill my Pill | Blog

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

#86

Apparently, Yes. | Blog

Have you ever watched how people interact with touchscreens at a tradeshow booth?

#87

What Nutrition Professionals Are Cooking Up: A FNCE Recap | Blog

In October, I attended the 2018 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE) in Washington, DC.

#88

Are Wearables Wearing Thin? | Blog

From Apple to Nike, Fitbit to Google Glass, wearable devices are becoming a power player and are gaining popularity.

#90

Eli Lilly to Open New Innovation Center | Blog

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