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We talk a lot about the rise individualized medicine― but that is really a misnomer.
Recent research has been able to use Instagram photos to reveal predictive markers of depression.
Domino’s has a history of leveraging digital technology to make pizza more exciting.
Behavioral economics research is identifying new drivers for how we make healthcare decisions.
Zipongo, a digital nutrition platform just raised $18 million to accelerate its mission to improve health outcomes through personalized dietary recommendations.
Choice vs. | Blog
Making decisions is tough.
If you are in the U.S., you are probably reading this while standing in line with millions of others for the country’s ultimate day of consumerism – Black Friday.
An Emerging Model of Care | Blog
In November the U.K.
Oh the grocery store checkout line… where dreams go to die.
Guerilla Empathy | Blog
Photo booths are a big deal in Berlin.
Concepts shape the way we see the world.
Healthcare and people: both are capable of amazing things.
The gig economy isn't just for Uber—doctors are increasingly taking contract roles as providers fill the gap left by retiring HCPs and physician shortages.
The internet is abuzz today with the announcement of Spectacles, a new wearable camera from Snap Inc.
Eric Matzner, sometimes referred to as the Brain Bro, is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and self proclaimed biohacker.
Clarius is a startup that has recently received 501k clearance to market its handheld ultrasound device.
Stories are powerful.
Artery is a medical imaging platform that has recently been approved to help doctors diagnose heart problems.
Joe and I walked into a packed house– signs on the door read ‘full capacity’ and the only spots left were standing room in the back left corner.
The ‘Lean Startup’ method is in… and not just for Silicon Valley.
It’s 2017, and we’ve come to the point where the digital and physical worlds have become one.
Becoming an Activist? | Blog
Activism is in… at least for brands.
Tired of the pill?
Wearables have been all the rage over the past few years.
We’ve all been there: killing time on our smartphones while we sit in a physician’s waiting room.
Many doctors-to-be spend the first several years of medical school entrenched in rigorous academic activity, but miles away from any living, breathing patients.
2017 marked the 30th year of SXSW.
Things are changing… fast.