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Masks & Sharks: What Are Your Plans for July 4th, 2020 | Blog

The way we think about and celebrate summer has dramatically changed since this time last year.

#332

Diabetes Rates on the Decline: the Good News and the Bad | Blog

While general diabetes incidence is declining in the US, several populations aren’t seeing the same progress.

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Doctor’s Appointments—Cheaper by the Dozen | Blog

Physicians in the UK are piloting multi-patient appointments in hopes of combating healthcare costs and HCP shortages.

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Oral B is launching an electric toothbrush with artificial intelligence | Blog

Sooner than later your electric toothbrush may be introducing an alternative option for improving your current dental routine – all without having to take a trip to the dentist’s office.

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Amazon Deploys Legion of Micro-influencers, Accepting Applications for More | Blog

While the term “micro-influencer” may still sound to you like some flippant, gen-Z farce, the side hustle cum way of life just scored serious validation.

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How do you track your medicine? | Blog

The FDA announced exciting news this month.

#337

Millennials, Snapchat And Pharma, Oh My! | Blog

71% of snapchat users are 34 and younger and 45% of users are between the ages of 18-24 according to Snap’s IPO filing in February.

#338

New Shift in Point Of Care Advertising | Blog

In an article last week, MM&M reported a surge in Point Of Care (POC) investments such as Goldman Sachs and Alphabet’s $500 million financing into Outcome Health and PatientPoint receiving $140 million in June.

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How Companies are Tackling Causes | Blog

Three ways companies and brands have tapped into social causes in their communications.

#340

In A Time of Insurance Uncertainty, Oscar Health Goes All In | Blog

Despite an unknown future for the Affordable Care Act, Oscar Health is doubling down with an innovative partnership with Cleveland Clinic and plans for expansion in three new states.

#341

New medical research starts with worried search | Blog

A study published this month in JAMA shows how scientists can use our aggregated search engine queries to detect unreported prescription drug side effects and drug-drug interactions before they are found by the Food and Drug Administration’s warning system.

#342

Coolest Thing You'll Be Afraid to Use | Blog

People think the great debate of this decade is about privacy – what we want other people and companies to know about us.

#343

Activating Patients, One Employee At A Time | Blog

Employers still carry the heavy burden of healthcare benefits for Americans and the managed care costs are not getting smaller.

#344

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.

#345

Exclusive Report on Millennial Adults and Health | Blog

We’re very excited to be part of the release of an important new perspective on how millennial adults think about health and wellness.

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76% of patients would choose telehealth over human contact | Blog

The rise of digital telehealth is upon us.

#347

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.

#348

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?”

#349

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.

#350

Rural Regions and Tele-Mental-Health | Blog

Here’s one initiative that might inspire models of other mental health care: in Orleans, Indiana, one school is finding ways to get their students the care they need.

#351

Factoring Language in Mental Health and Disease States | Blog

We often forget the importance that language plays with regards to our own and others’ mental health.

#353

Mental Health, Accessibility, and Appropriate Care | Blog

It’s become more and more apparent that the need for comprehensive mental healthcare has exploded.

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Digital Medicine and MedTech Showcase: What’s Blocking the Adoption of Digital Therapeutics? | Blog

With there being so many different stakeholders, including patients, providers and payers, panelists at the 2019 Digital Medicine & MedTech Showcase pointed to a number of different adoption roadblocks—and successes.

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Healthcare Companies Are Struggling to Protect Patient Data | Blog

As our medical devices evolve to be more connected with each other in the digital age, healthcare providers continue to be the most susceptible to cyber-attacks.

#356

DRUG PRICING TRANSPARENCY NOW, BUT HOW? | Blog

The industry and the Department of Health and Human Services presented different visions of what greater pricing transparency looks like in the future, complete with separate proposals of how and what information should be shared with consumers.

#357

The Week That Was: Crises in Communications | Blog

No matter whether you were the lone staffer in your office or relaxing on a beach somewhere this past week, we’ve got the run down on the latest healthcare headlines—the good, the bad and the ugly—to help you get you back up to speed.

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Only 3% of people are perfect. | Blog

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently questioned over 350,000 people about their body mass index, cholesterol levels, fruit and vegetable consumption, and more.

#359

Did you know you have more options? | Blog

What if you wanted a box of cereal right now?

#360

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.