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How well will wearables and mHealth apps work with the individual?

Just read an article which discussed the challenges that wearables, or the wearable vendors, face in actually helping the individual. Though very interesting on the discussion I am not sure I completely agree with the expert that the author interviewed. 509 more words


Wearables & Healthcare Technology

Have you tried the Google Glass yet? Wear a Fitbit? In a recent post for the Pivot Point Consulting blog, I talk about wearables, those devices that you wear which capture data as you wear them about your or your health, and how they fit into healthcare technology today. 74 more words


Smartphone Apps & the Healthcare Setting

In a recent blog post for Pivot Point Consulting I share information and thoughts on the use of smartphones in the health setting. We use a lot of health apps as we have become a society that is much more aware of our health over the last 10 years. 40 more words


The OpenNotes Initiative: How Transparency is Leading to Consumerism in Healthcare

Take a look at my blog contribution on the OpenNotes project!

If you haven’t heard about it, OpenNotes is a project that initiated in 2010 to see how patients and care providers would react to the patient having access their visit note after they saw the provider. 45 more words


FDA and mHealth: Upcoming FDASIA report implications

In watching what is going on with the FDA and mHealth, I’ve become a bit more nervous on the topics that are lying “in between the lines” of what the FDA is working with the ONC and FCC to determine where government fits in to the oversight and regulation of the apps. 613 more words

Healthcare Information Technology

mHealth and the FDA - where is the path leading?

Mention FDA in the healthcare world, especially around us software geeks, and everyone gets quiet and cringes.  I’ve been in healthcare for over 25 years and 15 of those included pharmacy work. 570 more words

Healthcare Information Technology

POD: Lillybug

A ladybug and a lilly.  Serene and simple.  thanks to TxTisha!