Business Cases for Medical 3D Printing, or Bioprinting Two well-respected speakers in the medical 3D printing field presented today at the Inside 3D Printing conference. Cornell Professor Lawrence J. Bonassar, Ph.D.
The mobile health (mHealth) space, especially as it relates to health behavior change and chronic and infectious disease management, has been a long running theme of mine for increasing reach, effectiveness, efficiency and equity of interventions.
Mike Sevilla, MD talks with Bryan Hodge, DO about Social Media at the 2012 Conference on Practice Improvement (#CPI12) organized by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and American Academy of Family Physicians
CBS News App lets amputees program their bionic hands - USA Today USA TODAY (blog) PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Double-amputee Jason Koger used to fly to visit a clinician when he wanted to adjust the grips on his bionic hands.
It is best described as an “AR Continuum” in which the real and virtual environments are placed at opposite ends with AR and augmented virtuality (AV) towards the middle. AR can be defined as “the art of super-imposing of ...
Blog artikel COPD-zelfmanagement door Eveline Wouters. Onlangs kwam ik op het spoor van een bijzonder slimme eHealth tool voor mensen met COPD: de ‘healthy outlook service’. Bij de ontwikkeling van deze service stonden drie ...
Crowdfunding wordt steeds specialistischer, zoomt steeds meer in op gebieden. Watsi is daar een voorbeeld van. Help met een kleine bijdrage mensen operaties en behandeling financieren: "Watsi connects you with patients in serious need of low-cost medical care and enables you to fund high-impact treatments."
Interesse in crowdfunding? Fast Moving Targets bracht het boek 'Crowdfunding; Realiseer je droom zonder bank of subsidie uit'. Koopt!
Graph of the day: It's the health-care prices, stupidWashington Post (blog)The National Institute of Health Care Management has a new brief out that explores the factors driving up health-care spending, trying to explain why premiums have grown by...
There's no shortage of great minds using big data techniques to improve the quality of our medical treatments, but sometimes they can't get access to the data they need most. Improving access to genetic data, for example, might just help cure cancer.