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Treating the Root Cause

Posted by & filed under Care Delivery, healthcare delivery, Uncategorized.

The healthcare industry is suffering from a chronic disease.  Like our immune systems responding to illness, stress and poor lifestyle choices, healthcare is responding to countless attacks from changing consumer behavior, regulation, technological innovations and costly vendor lock-ins. We have progressed beyond a simple infection to a full-blown autoimmune response. All our good intentions are actually destroying […]

50 Shades of Engagement

Posted by & filed under digital health, Patient Engagment, Uncategorized.

I recently met a gentlemen who is offering an amazing new travel service that focuses on supporting good health habits when we travel for business or leisure.  His service really struck a cord with me and is one I hope to try out on my next trip.  Reading his most recent blog on corporate wellness, it really got […]

Health IT Must Adapt to its Users

Posted by & filed under digital health, Health IT, healthcare delivery, Telemedicine, Uncategorized.

Change is hard – but we often make it harder than it has to be.  The healthcare industry is in the middle of tremendous change:  regulatory change, biotech advances, technology refresh, and changing customer expectations about convenience and access.  And through all this change, new competitors to traditional care delivery models are springing up every day – […]

Think Bigger – A Systems Approach to Patient Engagement

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Today’s healthcare environment is all about BIG change:  Big mergers and acquisitions, growing customer expectations, significant updates to payer reimbursements, big retail corner clinics and monster advancements in digital health.  It can be a challenge to focus your strategy and attention on the things that really matter towards making your organization financially stronger, more competitive and more responsive to […]

Privacy & The Internet of Me

Posted by & filed under Choice, e-health, Personalization, Privacy, Uncategorized.

I recently attended an industry event where analysts from Gartner and Forrester discussed some of the key industry trends.  They identified two major technology categories: Wearable Devices – anything from Google Glass to FitBit to RFID tagged clothing Data Analytics – in particular, those applications and services that present data in a fashion that can […]

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