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#1

2014 Digital Trends: Exclusive iBook | Blog

This is it!

#2

Four pharma ads and actions to watch | Blog

It takes a lot of bravery to be honest about health and healthcare.

#3

The Innovation Gap | Blog

Paul Simms, Chairman of eyeforpharma kicked off his annual conference with a call to arms: We have an innovation gap.

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New Report: Sales Rep Trends and Best Practices | Blog

Earlier this summer, I had a great conversation with Matt Cash, an ambitious innovator who has designed everything from better sales tools to more addictive sports fantasy games.

#5

Fifteen Minutes of Fame? | Blog

In 2014, we saw the rise of medical kiosks among large-scale drug stores such as Walgreens and CVS.

#6

Forget mobile, the future may be furniture | Blog

If there’s one person almost everyone in pharmaceutical marketing has met, it’s David Rose.

#7

Keep Calm and Kaizen On | Blog

Kaizen is the Japanese practice of continuous improvement.

#8

Pharmacists: The new heros of chronic care | Blog

For years, the goal of investing in better, more desirable pharmacies seemed to be in making them smaller.

#9

GoPro and Oculus Rift Team Up To Create First-Person Surgery | Blog

Gaming is making its presence known in the healthcare industry, particularly in the field of surgical education.

#10

Novartis' New Strategy | Blog

Last year’s bet on Google’s passive glucose-sensing contact lens was an important one for the appetite for risk and innovation at Novartis.

#11

Cloverfield Lane Director: A Redirected Quest to the Super Bowl | Blog

10 Cloverfield Lane is one of the movies featured on both Delta and Virgin Atlantic this month – so no surprise that so many Cannes attendees were primed and ready to hear this morning’s McCann Health presentation with Dan Trachtenberg, the film’s director.

#12

Breaking Bias In Healthcare Experience | Blog

Who is your gynecologist?

#13

Infographic: The Impact of Health Literacy | Blog

Being a patient – it’s a job no one wants and almost no one is prepared for.

#14

5 Non-Healthcare Innovations at CES That Are Perfect For Healthcare | Blog

When you wander the vast exhibit halls at CES 2015, it feels like you’ve been transported into some future Grand Bazaar of Istanbul, circa 2050.

#15

How an App Raised Adherence by 54% | Blog

Here’s a fantastic little case study of our Let’s Play trend in action (see Digital Trend #6).

#16

HXP Picks: New apps, new stories, new world | Blog

Thanks to our brilliant contributors, we have another collection of healthcare experiences and innovations to share.

#17

Verywell.com | Blog

This week About.com launched a new standalone media property, Verywell, that brings the company into the consumer health space.

#18

Zappos and ZDogg reimagine primary care in Vegas | Blog

Tony Hsieh makes no small plans.

#19

Why it matters if your doc's a gamer | Blog

Doctors are competitive creatures.

#20

You Have 99 Seconds. | Blog

Let’s start with the biggest number: 10 minutes.

#21

DPE15: New Digital Needs of Physicians, Payers and Patients | Blog

Monique Levy, Vice President of Research at Decision Resources Group shared a whirlwind of research and ideas about the new tensions and needs in healthcare.

#22

From Instinct to Evidence | Blog

I had the pleasure of joining Patrick Richard on the #efpphilly stage today to talk about a new path for innovation in pharmaceutical marketing.

#23

New Ads for New Era | Blog

This week, two of the world’s biggest digital players started unveiling new ad units and approaches designed for how we use digital tools right now.

#24

10 Apps For Caregivers | Blog

Many of us are faced with the daunting task of caring for our loved ones.

#25

Watson Health and Cognitive Computing Design | Blog

Every 73 days the amount of patient data doubles.

#26

Do You Ever Feel Like You're In This Alone? | Blog

Being alone is an increasingly important dynamic in healthcare.

#27

Google Will Know About Your Condition Before Your Doctor | Blog

Think you have health condition?

#28

Nurses Increasingly Looking At Small Screens | Blog

In a recent study of over 2400 nurses, Wolters Kluwer found that 83% of professional nurses own a smartphone and two-thirds use mobile devices for professional purposes at work.

#29

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?

#30

Formality impedes communication | Blog

We were talking this weekend about what it would be like if every product had to list its risk information the way pharmaceuticals do.