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#331

The Dynamic Tech Trio Changing Gaming | Blog

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.

#332

The Cost'versation Between Doctor and Patient | Blog

The first question a patient asks about a new prescription today is more likely to be “how much?”

#333

Simplifying a Complicated Choice | Blog

They’ve crowdsourced real-world feedback on some of the most prescribed pharmaceutical products, demystified depression meds, and have made selecting the right OTC cold and flu remedy as easy as checking a few boxes and moving a few sliders.

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Tune in Doc-Virtual Conferences Are Now a Reality | Blog

2017 has marked a major shift in the way pharmaceutical giant Novartis will be using and expanding innovative digital platforms to share major congress experiences, education and medical information with physicians.

#335

The Week That Was: May We Borrow $52m? | Blog

AI is to 2019 what blockchain was to 2018.

#336

The Implications of Classifying Video Game Addiction | Blog

Recently, the World Health Organization classified “video game addiction” as a mental health disorder.

#337

A National Mental Health Break is Bringing Awareness to the Workplace | Blog

About 46.6. million adults in the U.S. experience mental illness in a given year.

#338

New Study Finds Millennials May Not Be as Healthy as We Think | Blog

We all know millennials as the face of the health and wellness movement – at least according to their Instagram feeds – but, a recent survey shows that they may not be as healthy as we think they are.

#339

Looking for Medical Help? | Blog

If for some reason you thought there wasn’t anything else Amazon could tap into, you’d be wrong.

#341

Patient Advocacy at the Center of Patient-Centered Design | Blog

Representatives from small and big pharma, and those fighting both rare diseases and more prevalent ones, came together in San Diego recently for WIB-Southern California: The Growing Importance of Patient Advocacy in BioPharma.

#342

RX Savings Finder – New Tool from CVS Aimed to Reduce Drug Prices | Blog

CVS Health recently announced a new tool available to pharmacists and patients.

#343

Finding My Place at Biosector 2 | Blog

I’d first heard of Biosector 2 as a junior staffer at another, larger agency conglomerate – we kept losing pitches to them and all I could think was: Who are these people?

#344

Patient USA: How Sanofi Used Patient Insights To Build Coach | Blog

Anjali Trasy, the Global Head, of Patient Engagement Strategy at Sanofi asked has patient engagement come of age?

#345

Pfizer: Patients First | Blog

Andy Schmeltz, Senior Vice President of Patient & Health Impact at Pfizer Innovative Health took to the #efpphilly stage to share how his team is doubling down on its commitment to put patients first.

#346

Zeo: The big ugly retainer of self trackers | Blog

The readers and writers over at MobiHealthNews and elsewhere have been talking about Zeo shutting its doors.

#347

The Fast and The (Mobile) Friendly | Blog

For many of us, the front door to our business is our website.

#348

Strong Patient Support Gets Stronger | Blog

Not long ago we wrote about AppScripts from IMS Health, a platform that allows doctors to discover, bundle, and distribute consumer health apps to their patients as part of a holistic treatment plan.

#349

A La Carte Genomics | Blog

I’ve been thinking about genomic testing a lot lately.

#350

The Brain, Biohacking and the Pursuit of Perfection | Blog

Eric Matzner, sometimes referred to as the Brain Bro, is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and self proclaimed biohacker.

#351

Snapchat Provides a Lens to Thinking Around the Pill | Blog

The internet is abuzz today with the announcement of Spectacles, a new wearable camera from Snap Inc.

#352

Amazon Alexa vs Google Home for Drug Questions | Blog

Earlier this month, WebMD announced that they were working with Amazon to more easily connect their vast library of physician-reviewed information on conditions, drugs, symptoms, and treatments to the growing number of people that are using Amazon’s Alexa service.

#353

PBMs and States "Just Say No" | Blog

Summer is coming to a close, but actions around drug pricing and access just keep heating up.

#354

Betting, Biohacking & BYOD | Blog

CEO’s were making headlines last week for a host of reasons.

#355

A New Czar, A Vow from Azar, and Staying Ahead of Skyr | Blog

December is here and elves have started hiding on shelves—but there’s no sign that things are slowing down as we head toward the holidays.

#356

New Clues: The Isolated Healthcare Professional | Blog

I wonder how many students in medical school today are really excited about their future careers?

#357

Is Marketing to Algorithms the Future of Medical Communications? | Blog

Artery is a medical imaging platform that has recently been approved to help doctors diagnose heart problems.

#358

Talk Healthy to Me | Perspectives

There has never been a better time to talk about Voice.

#359

The Duplicity of Mental Health Coverage and One City’s Initiative | Blog

Only in recent years have insurance companies been mandated to provide equal benefits for mental health as they do for general medical care.

#360

Vision 2020: Why I work in the pharmaceutical industry | Blog

Many people work in industries that produce everyday conveniences—cars, entertainment devices, home appliances, and the like—but I’m lucky to work in one that routinely produces miracles.