These are the posts from the How we think section that have been tagged with Wearable Technology.
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| 23rd March 2017
The growth of precision medicine introduces a shift away from treating the population as a whole, to treating each patient as an individual. How does this change the role of the healthcare professional (HCP) in the patient journey? Associate Consultant Ditte Funding discusses challenges and opportunities.
| 22nd February 2017
Founded by Michael Seres in 2011, 11 Health is a connected medical device company currently working to change the lives of patients using stoma bags. Content Marketing Manager Liz Inskip interviews Michael about how patients are changing the role of the expert in healthcare, and the systematic barriers to innovation in healthcare.
| 16th August 2016
Associate Medical Copywriter Kulveer Singh explains how biofuel cells work, why they are an exciting alternative to normal battery power, and what the challenges are in implementing their use.
| 24th June 2015
Director and Head of Commercial Simon takes us through some of the key themes of the Financial Times Digital Health Summit in London, outlining and expanding on where we feel the industry is heading as we get closer to the ‘digital health revolution’.
| 30th March 2015
One of the predictions we made in early 2015 was around wearables: “Wearable tech will play an even more integral role in the collection of aggregated patient data to help identify disease trends, predict treatment outcomes and improve future diagnoses. What we anticipate seeing more of in 2015 is a closer integration between the wearable device and how it feeds information to various sources.”
Account Executive Stuart Goodman takes a look at this prediction and provides an analysis of where wearables are heading.
| 18th December 2014
This week, a group of us left the Blue Latitude Health office to go hang out with We Are Formation, an East London based production studio who specialise in Film and CG for digital, print and TV; so we could learn more about how Virtual Reality is fast becoming a part of our actual reality, especially where storytelling is concerned.
| 18th September 2014
The EyeforPharma Multichannel Marketing Summit brought together pharma's marketing community, all keen to learn how to enhance their current multichannel startegy. We've been following #e4pMCM to bring you the best bits of the conference, as it happened on Twitter.