If you want to meet the future faster, go out to the edges of your field of vision. Find out what pioneers and rebels are doing and learn from them. Sometimes that means taking a virtual helicopter ride up to the zenith of tech development, as I did recently, watching Dario Gil, SVP and Director […]
How peer-to-peer health advice can help people take their meds on time (and so much more)
(Yes, it’s the third post in 5 days from me, but when you’ve got cool stuff to share, why wait?) Matthew Zachary‘s podcast, Out of Patients, is one of my favorites because he brings his whole self to health care discussions, as you’ll hear in our conversation. It was a pleasure to unpack my latest […]
E-patients, Cyberchondriacs, and Why We Should Stop Calling Names
New concepts need gimmicks. Proven concepts do not. The phenomenon of using the internet to gather and share health information is now mainstream. It’s time to change how we talk about it, revising and maybe even retiring certain terms. Carlos Rizo and I invite you (everyone!) to join our discussion on Wed. Sept. 1 at […]
Apparently it is video week on e-patients.net! Amy Tenderich of DiabetesMine released this call-to-arms yesterday: But it’s not really a call-to-arms for e-patients.