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SXSW brought us new gadgets and apps galore.
What does the largest app for meeting new people and the NHS Blood and Transplant organization have in common?
Prepd to Change Lunchtime | Blog
Prepd is an “intelligently designed and beautifully crafted lunchbox and smart recipe app.”
The general perception is that the healthcare industry has lagged behind with innovations using technology and service design.
The readers and writers over at MobiHealthNews and elsewhere have been talking about Zeo shutting its doors.
PUSHBACK ON RARE DRUG PRICES: NOT SO RARE AFTER ALL | In The Media
There’s no doubt the “pricing crisis,” has taken a heavy toll on the reputation of the biopharmaceutical industry.
The Web is littered with examples of the public decrying corporate missteps.
In almost every region around the world, you can find some version of “The mHealth Report.”
Indian medical device manufacturer DyAnsys recently announced the U.S.
Researchers at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis recently announced a new tool available for Alzheimer’s patients’ caregivers – a ‘friend-sourcing’ app to help make more meaningful connections and open a new door for communicating and supporting one another.
From potential drug pricing policies to investor interest in life science companies, there’s a lot of talk around money and medicines right now.
Choice vs. | Blog
Making decisions is tough.
No matter whether you were the lone staffer in your office or relaxing on a beach somewhere this past week, we’ve got the run down on the latest healthcare headlines—the good, the bad and the ugly—to help you get you back up to speed.
Emoji Overload | Blog
Think that emoji’s have jumped the shark?
Non-adherence and Nudges | Blog
In recent years, countless life science leaders have been exploring ways to harness the power of behavioral science to combat the looming threat of healthcare’s biggest challenges.
Born in mid-2016, Ada is now the #1 medical app in over 130 countries and recently won a Cannes Lions award for innovation and a silver winner at the Clios.
Every year around this time Manhattan Research publishes a list of the top apps preferred by doctors.
We’re quite used to thinking about our smartphone as a tool to track wellness—a parking lot for apps that can keep tabs on exercise, caloric intake, heart rate, sleep, and plenty of other things.
In recent weeks, Amazon and Arcadia Group announced the launch of a series of consumer-grade medical devices under their new brand Choice.
The first line of a new report from Bain & Company really says it all: “For those working on the front line of US healthcare, the pace of change must seem unrelenting.”
With healthcare expenses always seemingly on the rise, if you had the opportunity to reduce healthcare costs in your company by $1,464 annually per employee would you?
Employers wield enormous influence in deciding the care their employees receive – yet they aren’t always considered a core “stakeholder” in the healthcare debate.
It's not even Thanksgiving, and we've already broken out the snow boots and shovels.
By now you’ve probably heard of GDPR, the strict data privacy standards that went into effect in Europe this year.
F.D.A. | Blog
An expert panel that advises U.S. federal regulatory authorities has recommended approval of Esketamine, Johnson & Johnson’s brand-new treatment for depression.
A $60 million federal program is aiming to bring the benefits of precision medicine to a diverse spread of Wisconsin communities.
Gotham’s Newest Hero | Blog
For the victims of generational healthcare inequalities, Gotham’s next great hero may not wear a cape, but still has some nifty tricks in her utility belt.
Happy Monday, readers!
Whether you spent the weekend jamming at a music festival in the sunny, warm desert, or doing something more mundane like taxes switching between heat and air conditioning in your apartment, you may have missed this week’s healthcare and crisis comms headlines.