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How Drug Companies Mislead Doctors and Harm Patients Metapsychology Bad Pharma is a systematic attack on the drug companies that put their profits above what is good for sick people, not only by selling them drugs they don't need, but by corrupting...
Samsung put a health tracker in its phone! Which is actually a great idea. S Health is an app that will track your steps, stairs climbed, and the ambient temperature and humidity, plus track your food intake and estimate calories consumed/burned. You can even track sleep with an optional accessory
This makes Samsung the first manufacturer to fully embrace the integrated value of health sensors and applications – in a single smartphone device – with accessories that are supportive and not stand-alone or separate. Regardless of how well it works, I’m just impressed that a global smartphone manufacturer has finally begun to fully embrace this truly critical aspect of our connected life – our healthcare.
It’s really just another positive step and leading indicator in the evolution of technology and connected healthcare. I’m reserving actual applause until there’s more detail, but I do like the intriguing potential this has to engage consumers even more seamlessly with their healthcare life. At least for those of us living here in the U.S., it may not be all that long before the release schedule for new smartphones will need to include an FDA approval process. Let’s just hope we can find a way to make that process more seamless too.
digital is very much OVER REPRESENTED in terms of violations and warning letters. As I pointed out in a previous post (here), only 2% of pharma's DTC budget is devoted to digital (not counting search advertising). Now I know that Senak's data also includes professional promotion and is not limited to consumers promotion. Even taking all that into account, it's impossible that pharma spends 27-43% of its promotional budget/effort on digital channels.
`As I somewhat overtly stated in the last post, I now reside as an Ed Tech at Westlake HS. While I am still acclimating to the size of the campus and getting to know the staff and students, I did have a chance to drop in on a few classrooms piloting a mobile-friendly seating solution. Interested in gleaning initial findings from both the teachers and the students, I gathered a bit of anecdotal and pictorial data. The complete article can be found on the Eanes WHS WIFI blog but I will share a few of the highlights here.``
Every year the pharma industry spends billions of dollars on direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising with the hope that patients go to their doctors and ask about their brand. In today’s world, however, patients are much more proactive in taking the time to learn more about their disease as well as their treatment options before and after consulting with their doctors. And, as pharma marketers are well aware, that research consists of a lot of time spent online looking at brand websites, various health and disease portals and social media sites—including whole patient communities dedicated to a s
A staggering 90 percent of chronic patients in the US would accept a mobile app prescription from their physician, as opposed to only 66 percent willing to accept a prescription of medication, according to a recent survey from health communications firm Digitas Health. Digitas presented preliminary research findings at a recent event in London, PMLiVE reports. The data comes out shortly after the launch of WellDoc’s BlueStar, the first “mobile integrated therapy” that can be prescribed through existing Rx channels and paid for through private health plans.
Family docs use reference apps, 'prescribe' apps to patients FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) A recent survey by healthcare marketing and advertising agency Digitas Health has found that 90 percent of patients would accept the offer of a...
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