After Google’s announcement to restructure into Alphabet, Google has launched a Life Sciences company as the first new company under the Alphabet umbrella. “3 years ago we embarked on a project to put computing inside a contact lens — an immensely...
Every year Inc. Magazine manages to convince thousands of private companies to divulge their otherwise closely held financial data to the publication in exchange for a chance at placing on the annual Inc 5,000 and Inc 500 fastest growing private...
We love lists, for better or for worse. Last week, Jonathan Catley of online healthcare marketing firm MD Connect came up with list of “20 doctors you should be following on Twitter.” It’s a pretty good one, with some familiar names — Dr.
Pulse Omnichannel is not Multichannel Marketing [video] | Brian Solis | LinkedIn Pulse While in London, I visited the SmartFocus to present to the team and their customers on the state and future of omnichannel, digital marketing and the future of...
Healthcare is the worlds largest industry today - it is three times larger than the banking sector. After lagging behind for almost five decades, this industry is revitalizing and transforming itself faster than any other vertical.
Market research firm CB Insights just put out a nifty infographic that denotes how 69 different life sciences startups fit within the body. For instance, Biosig Technologies improves upon the electrophysiology readings to improve cardiac ablation.
Illustration: Tavis Coburn SOURCE May 2015 The game-show-winning AI struggles to find the answers in health care Four years ago, Neil Mehta wasamong the 15 million people who watched Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter—the world’s greatest “Jeopardy!
“Some people think Health 2.0 is purely a consumer movement, but its roots are as firmly grounded in health care systems and provider workflows as they are in sleek new consumer devices and well-designed fitness apps.”
According to a recent KPMG survey of C-level executives, 92% are using data and analytics to gain greater insights into marketing. 72% report their enterprises are regular to heavy users of social media data to improve customer relationships.
A few months after the FDA cleared digital health company Propeller Health’ first collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim Propeller Health remote monitoring platform for drug developers using its Respimat inhaler for people with chronic conditions,...
That Apple watch you are wearing may allow you to text and listen to music, and it can track your activity. But it may also be conducting a postmarket study that will help cut the price of some of your prescription drugs in the future.
Sales organizations plan to increase their use of sales analytics 58% from 2015 to 2016. Smart selling fueled by predictive analytics will jump 77% among high performing sales organizations in the next 12 – 18 months.
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