Monthly Archives: August 2014

Aging at Home: A Necessary Synergy with Digital Health Technology

References to new healthcare delivery models today generally refer to systematic changes which reflect reimbursement strategy shifts. Some even go so far as to refer to them as innovations in healthcare design. I would take issue with labeling these new … Continue reading

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Five Ways Mobile Health Technologies can Change Healthcare Now

There is growing healthy skepticism about the past promises of mobile technologies. ┬áIssues concerning safety after the release of the FDA Guidance of mobile medical apps, privacy and security, and efficacy. Followers of the sector are poised for the rubber … Continue reading

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