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Innovation Hack with RB | Blog
Sharon James, the global head of R&D at RB, laid out a challenge for scientists, marketers, researchers and creatives = R&D innovation hack.
This post was inspired by a little YouTube war: colleagues taking turns (and butting heads) showing the videos that inspire them.
Live From Lions Health: AZ, Babylon, and the NHS have the largest deployment of artificial intelligence in the world, supporting 1.5 million people near London.
For years, the goal of investing in better, more desirable pharmacies seemed to be in making them smaller.
More and more of us are caring for a loved one with a serious health issue.
MOOCs have disrupted the elite world of higher education.
We’re excited to share our top eight predictions on the big shifts that will change expectations for healthcare marketing and communications in 2014.
I went to YouTube this morning to watch the newest Samsung Galaxy commercial, hoping it would be as funny as my husband promised.
Let’s kick off this week with a ton of the great finds our contributors have sent in.
Keep Calm and Kaizen On | Blog
Kaizen is the Japanese practice of continuous improvement.
Ben Sawyer, one of the original advocates for using games to improve competency and outcomes in health, described the problem we’re up against in six simple words: “The interface of healthcare is broken.”
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.
What if changing just one thing would improve communication between doctors and patients, help lawmakers make better decisions, and even improve funding for science?
Last week, we got to take part in a workshop inspired by clues from the zeitgeist.
Thanks to our brilliant contributors, we have another collection of healthcare experiences and innovations to share.
If you’re like us, the bottom of your inbox is usually cluttered with emails you really mean to get back to, including lots of newsletters and alerts full of great research and insight.
If you’ve ever visited a cancer ward in a big hospital, you probably remember that instant visceral reaction you had to the surroundings.
Being a patient – it’s a job no one wants and almost no one is prepared for.
“The doctor will see you now” has traditionally been followed by a walk down an antiseptic-smelling hallway, with a quick stop at the scale on your way to the paper gown.
This is it!
Being alone is an increasingly important dynamic in healthcare.
Huge thanks to all of you who have reached out to check in on the very quiet Health Experience Project over the last few weeks.
You Have 99 Seconds. | Blog
Let’s start with the biggest number: 10 minutes.
Ask a room at Lions Health who believes they’ll live to 80 years old?
Next month, New York state will begin open enrollment for its health insurance marketplace.
saved by the pharmacy doc | Blog
The neighborhood drug store is evolving to offer a lot more than flu shots.
Here’s a fantastic little case study of our Let’s Play trend in action (see Digital Trend #6).
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.
Ryan Quigley, Vice President, Immunology, Global Marketing, and Bruce Henderson, Chief Creative Officer at Jack Morton Worldwide, took the stage at Cannes to talk about ways to build brands through brand experience.
With Google, Apple and a slew of other tech companies looking to participate in the health space, Verizon is jumping aboard with their new telemedicine platform “Verizon Virtual Visits”.