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Correct Use of Logos in Presentations of Medtech Companies

January 30, 2015 by Chen Sirkis

I had a discussion with a new venture-backed client about the use of logos in presentations. The client wanted the company’s logo on each slide, as many do. I maintained that this could be counterproductive. Here's why you shouldn't have a logo on each slide.[read more]

Could Cultural Diversity Be the Key to Miami's Life Science Boom?

January 30, 2015 by Nicole Fisher

As Life Science and health technology parks pop up all over the US, it is rare to see them filled with minorities. Then there's Miami. The city boasts several large hospital systems and universities, a growing startup scene, the most genetic diversity in the US, a booming urban setting, a hospitality rich workforce, and close proximity to Latin America.[read more]

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mHealth Device Data to Eliminate Annual Checkup, Improve Disease Research

January 29, 2015 by Travis McKnight

Mobile health care devices are giving physicians and researchers unprecedented access to patients and medical data, which is already revolutionizing our understanding of diseases. Soon, the idea of an annual checkup will fade away, and its replacement is going to give a whole new meaning to the term "modern medicine."[read more]

Collecting Data Is Imperative for Surgeons: A Talk with Dr. David Fisher

January 29, 2015 by James Dias

Dr. David Fisher is an orthopaedic surgeon from Indianapolis with more than 28 years of experience. Dr. Fisher is devoted to providing the best possible service to his patients and has maintained a massive outcomes data repository throughout his career. We interviewed him on his dedication to data.[read more]

A Framework for Embracing Cloud in Health and Healthcare

January 29, 2015 by Bill Crounse

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When considering a move to the cloud, health organizations wrestle with how to evaluate the security and privacy aspects of the cloud and how these relate to their hospital’s or clinic’s existing risk profiles. There are benefits and challenges in whether applications and infrastructure are hosted on premise, off-premise or a combination of the two.[read more]

Accountability for Risk Management and Cybersecurity in Healthcare Institutions

January 28, 2015 by Shahid Shah

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Information Security in general has historically been seen as something that the organization’s CISO (or equivalent) is responsible for. In reality, the Information Security department often doesn’t have the resources or the ability (regardless of resources) to be the owners or be ultimately “accountable” or “responsible” for information security.[read more]

3 Timely Factoids to Make You a Smarter Marketer

January 28, 2015 by Lonnie Hirsch

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Keeping pace with a shifting landscape makes it more challenging to market a medical practice. Here are a few important-but-independent observations, factoids and tips that crossed our radar. Consider how each item—maybe all of them—could drive adjustments in your marketing thinking.[read more]

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Big Data, Small Insights and Incalculable Benefits for Patients

January 27, 2015 by Paul Tunnah

Every day I hear commentary about how exciting big data is in all its glory and the plentiful applications it has in helping improve people’s health. And it does. But amidst all this big data and excitement over the depths of analysis it can provide, it’s important to remember the value of smaller scale, more qualitative research.[read more]

Interview with Sailesh Chutani, CEO of Mobisante

January 27, 2015 by Tim Gee

Mobisante ultrasound system

My first exposure to Mobisante and their disruptive diagnostic ultrasound system was the mHealth Summit in November of 2010. I recently got Sailesh Chutani, co-founder and CEO of Mobisante, on the phone and we discussed their product strategy — a software based diagnostic ultrasound that runs on a variety of consumer electronics platforms.[read more]

The Personalized Medicine Market in 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

January 26, 2015 by David Avitabile

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As part of last week's State of the Union address, President Obama called for a national initiative focused on precision medicine. With that in mind, we decided to take a look at some of the numbers related to the growth of personalized medicine, and see what story they tell about the personalized medicine market in 2015.[read more]

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Scope of Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery: Current State of Application and Future Potential

January 26, 2015 by Varsha Jain

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The use of nanotechnology for developing efficient drug delivery systems has remained a topic of interest for many years now. Here are a few highlights that give testament to the fact that nanotechnology can be the true enabler of highly efficient drug delivery systems.[read more]

Will a New Market for Better Doctors Arise in 2015?

January 26, 2015 by Nicole Fisher

“Compiling data in new ways after throwing everything at the wall, finding key experiences that are important and then moving the information online, is our first move,” says Ari Tulla, co-founder and CEO of BetterDoctor. And he believes a new market is on the horizon.[read more]