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You’ve probably sat in meetings like I have where people, with the best of intentions, reduce a customer down to a failure, a stereotype of their limitations.
Nobody gets human motivation like Dan Pink.
Physicians who manage chronic disease are bearers of a seeming endless onslaught of bad news.
By the end of a typical week, my Outlook calendar looks like the bitter end of a Tetris game with meetings stacked two and three deep in any given hour.
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.
According to a study by CapGemini and Quantia MD, the digital experience of healthcare is growing rapidly, especially among new physicians. 2014 is the digital tipping point where Digital Natives outnumber Digital Immigrants.
A few weeks ago, Seth Godin wrote a fairly-hilarious post about what organizations can learn from airports.
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.”
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.
Today, everything that can be tracked already is – or will be soon.
I borrowed this little gem from the bulletin board in my office.
Here’s a fantastic little case study of our Let’s Play trend in action (see Digital Trend #6).
I’ve spent most of my career specializing in digital and innovation, but one of the most memorable tactics I ever worked on was an envelope.
Thanks to our brilliant contributors, we have another collection of healthcare experiences and innovations to share.
I’ve heard through many marketing expert channels that the email newsletter is dead.
It’s always nice to see standout marketing from the pharmaceutical industry featured in the advertising press.
Next month, New York state will begin open enrollment for its health insurance marketplace.
It takes a lot of bravery to be honest about health and healthcare.
Tony Hsieh makes no small plans.
Sukh Chugh, Director of Research and Development Informatics Services (RDIS) at Allergan, stepped up to the Digital Pharma West podium to talk about managing global teams as one of the last talks of the day.
You Have 99 Seconds. | Blog
Let’s start with the biggest number: 10 minutes.
Here’s what we know: a great experience with a healthcare provider, institution or even brand can help you be more successful.
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.
If you’ve ever visited a cancer ward in a big hospital, you probably remember that instant visceral reaction you had to the surroundings.
Some of our favorites!
For years, the goal of investing in better, more desirable pharmacies seemed to be in making them smaller.
Last week, we got to take part in a workshop inspired by clues from the zeitgeist.
As ACO’s become more and more popular innovators in the health care space are looking to find ways to assist medical professionals in a changing environment.
Out From Behind The Counter | Blog
The field of modern medicine has been described as a “medical conveyor belt,” with many moving pieces and parts that help manage the hand off that occurs from patient to patient.
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.