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Healthcare needs to focus on the health consumer, not technology

Healthcare needs to focus on the health consumer, not technology | Education | Scoop.it

The mobile health space is getting crowded, Proteus Digital Health Chief Product Officer David O’Reilly said at the Connected Health Symposium in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

“I find it a little tedious how many different wristbands based on the same accelerometer technology are coming out,” O’Reilly said. “But what’s happening is people are getting very comfortable with devices that are on them and around them that are sensing their body and their behavior.”

 

This trend, O’Reilly said, is helping to familiarize people with medical products that “are deeply involved in healthcare and chronic disease”.


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Kel Mohror's comment, January 6, 2015 6:38 PM
Consumers are used to paying for technology and resist paying for healthcare, if a compelling, immediate value proposition is not obvious to a consumer, the healthcare tech languishes and the vendor falters.
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Hard work pays off

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Because nothing comes so easily, it requires you to put in effort to enjoy the fruits of your labor. I always tell myself that in the end all the sleepless night, stress, sadness etc. will pay off #college #usfca

 

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4 Ways The Health Industry Is Using Tiny Technology

4 Ways The Health Industry Is Using Tiny Technology | Education | Scoop.it
With the power of these tiny medical devices, doctors will soon be making revolutionary breakthroughs that will eliminate diseases and possibly even stop the aging process.

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HCECF's curator insight, November 18, 2013 4:35 PM

Who doesn't love tiny technology?

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How to work in the creative economy

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We’ve been talking a lot about the shifting nature of work at Change Agents Worldwide, including the determination of some first principles. At the same time, I have been reviewing my thoughts on what kind of organizational change is needed.

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