Ep19: Prescription Wearables

Prescribing wearables for patients? Digital healthcare strategists Matt Balogh, Buddy Scalera, and Chris Cullmann consider the idea of physicians recommending wearables for diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cardiology, and mental health patients. The team also analyze the role this data plays in health record administration and personal awareness of behavior change. Listen for our unique perspective from both a technologist and content creator’s perspectives. Download episode 19 Insteon: Let your voice be your remote IMS Institute: Patient Adoption of mHealth Klick.com: IMS Review of the Wearables Marketplace Apple HealthKit Microsoft Healthvault MOVI…

Ep15: Sponsored Wireless Hotspots and Wearables

Do you know what privacy you may be giving up while accessing sponsored WiFi hotspots? This week, digital healthcare strategists Matt Balogh, Buddy Scalera, and Chris Cullmann discuss internet access portals and a recent interview with Jay Blahnik, Director of Fitness for Apple Watch. Download Episode 15 AT&T Hotspots: Now with Advertising Injection Director of fitness for Apple Watch understands limitations of wearables Schools move toward ‘Bring Your Own Device’ policies to boost student tech use XylemDx Concept for Inkjet Printing Diagnostic Tests

Connected Health Tools Improve Patient Outcomes (contributor), PharmaVoice

The ability for real-time information exchange enables better relationships, monitoring, and behavior change.  The Center for Connected Health has been studying the effects of connected health on patient behavior, engagement, and outcomes concluding that patients who used wireless devices were more likely to be engaged in their healthcare and have better outcomes. Read more: http://www.pharmavoice.com/archives/article.esiml?id=2884  

Constant Care, Commerce@Ogilvy

A few decades ago, a visit to the doctor’s office was something that happened in relative isolation. You went, got a check-up, and got orders to quit smoking or eat better—but no one had any idea what you were up to until the next time you showed up.  No longer. Next-generation health-care systems, much like Continuous Commerce practices, embrace the multi-channel reality of our lives through a complex mix of disparate health-care providers to create continuous and seamless experiences. Read more: http://continuouscommerce.ogilvydo.com/constant-care/