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Digital technology has radically transformed our way of living. Smartphones, tablets, and the myriad apps have drastically transformed our day-to-day lives. While talking about medicines it is an extremely informative rich domain and it requires an equally seamless and efficient mechanism for its management.

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Pharma's investment in digital health increasing, but still in early stages

By Jonah Comstock

September 15, 2016


As we noted in our in-depth last week, the digital health space is still holding its breath for big pharma and big payers to dive in with serious M&A. 586 more words

Brands Urged to Reach Consumers Via Humanity and Adtech

Trend Summary: Brands Need to Find and Harness the Humanity in Ad Tech to Reach Consumers.

As marketing technology evolves and proliferates, brands need to create authentic, relevant human connections – otherwise everything else in the marketing mix is just… 150 more words


Technology, E-Learning and Teachers: Why Do Most 'Digital Age' Ed-Tech Initiatives Run Aground ?

Why do so many “Digital Age” Ed-Tech initiatives run aground in the classroom? That was the critical question that I tackled on September 10, 2016, at the… 1,177 more words

Educational Change

MySugr adds premium coaching, teams with Abbott for device integration

Austria and San Diego-based mySugr has added coaching to the premium version of its mySugr Logbook app, the company announced this week.

“What we want to do is create a digital diabetes clinic,” North American Managing Director Kyle J. 305 more words

How 'Superforecasters' Think About the Future

When it comes to making forecasts — whether it’s predicting the outcome of an election or determining whether a marriage will last — what good is intuition? 922 more words

Yes, Meal Kits, Pokémon, and Athleisure Are All Overhyped Right Now

The Gartner Hype Cycle has become a shorthand in the tech world to describe technologies’ path to adoption. It started in the 90s, after a Gartner analyst noticed tech crazes following the same predictable pattern, says Mike Walker, a research director at the firm. 173 more words