Monthly Archives: August 2013

Five Realities That Define the Digital Health Technology Continuum

      The development of digital health technologies has and continues to involve people from diverse sectors: healthcare, telecommunications, IT, entrepreneurs, and patient advocates to name a few. The unique intersection of stakeholders in this space as well as trailblazing … Continue reading

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How Social Media and Digital Health Technologies Will Redefine Death and Dying

     Beginning with the first half of the 20th century, with the development of modern healthcare, western society’s attitudes towards death and dying have changed.   This is described well in an article in The Journal of Advanced Nursing: “The … Continue reading

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Five Benefits of Crowdsourced Medical Research Funding

Crowdsourced clinical studies have been the subject of previous posts by this author.  The Wiki definition of crowdfunding is: “the collective effort of individuals who network and pool their money, usually via the Internet, to support efforts initiated by other people … Continue reading

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