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Cloud services come with security concerns; even more so in the sensitive field of health.
David Agus, professor of medicine and engineering at the University of Southern California, and author of the book “The End of Illness”, shares his thoughts on the perception and future trends in the field of cancer.
Being close to the customer, deliver solutions not tools, think interdisciplinary and deliberate tension -this is Dave Levine's approach at the Cleveland Clinic.
Zubin Damania -AKA ZDogg MD- shares his ideas on how medical education is not adequately capturing the shift in medicine -to focus on helping people rather than carrying out medical procedures- and how medical errors can be avoided through honest communication and understanding between physicians.
Health professionals -including medical students- are always in search for the latest technological advancement available to make their job easier. In this article, we will provide you the most recommended apps for your smartphone and tablet that will make your medical work easier.
John Maeda is a Japanese-American graphic designer, scientist, academic, and author. In this interview, John shares some of his views on leadership with the MedCrunch team.
The role of empowerment in health has been gaining importance for a long time. The healthcare system is becoming more expensive and isn’t performing effectively.
How and why are you using mobile health technology?" The Healthcare Intelligence Network tried to answer this question in a recent survey among 149 healthcare organizations in the US this past March.
What is management consulting? Why can consulting be interesting for medical doctors? And especially: what’s in for the doctors? Read all about it in this post!