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Design and Medicine are a substantial relationship in the 21st century. We believe in aesthetics, functionality and beauty in healthcare in medicine.

Cape Town Piloting Canadian Technology

  I recently commented on a friend’s very interesting photo. It showed a group of doctors around a patient’s bed all holding iPad Mini’s while...

Design In Medicine

If you have read the biography of Steve Jobs by Walter Issacson then you might remember one scene he describes vividly. Jobs, on his...

How Can Google Glass Transform Medicine?: An Interview with Accenture Connected Health Services

Accenture’s recent Digital Consumer Tech Survey 2014 revealed a growing interest in wearable technology. That’s endorsed by the plethora of new wearable devices on...

Mindfulness and Communication; Wearable Technology and Data Visualization

Vandrico is an unbiased 3rd party verifier and specialized R&D firm that investigates new technology to help businesses identify the true players on the...

Injecting Design into Global Challenges

The World Design Impact Prize takes place every year to recognize industrial designs focused on building solutions to improve quality of life.  Among the...

How a Talking Pet Can Keep Us Healthy

Our first example of Wellthcare leveraged the local postal service to create new, health-related value. It was able to do so because the people...

Transparent Medical Records And The P+P Relationship

In the New England Journal Of Medicine last week, an article about increasing transparency in medical records caught my attention. It was a good...

MedCrunch At DLD 2014 – The Conference Of Intersections

Just a quick announcement that we'll be reporting from this years DLD Conference. A rather unique event in Munich, organized by german media mogul...
Interview with Steve Byrne of Final Roadmap

Interview with Steve Byrne of Final Roadmap

I had the pleasure of connecting with Steve Byrne of Final Roadmap after my last article “End of Life Decision Making, Online”  was posted...

How Seemingly Absurd Fiction Can Radically Change Healthcare

Albert Einstein once said: 'if at first the idea is not absurd, then there will be no hope for it'. How is this related...

Curing Hearts and Lungs Remotely

The frustrations of delivering medical care are many: unequal access, limited resources, excessive costs, non-compliance, and legal documentation to name a few. Our systems...

Owlet Baby Monitor: The Quantified Infant

Back in July I wrote about the Scanadu Scout, a vital sign monitor that raised over $1.6M USD on Indiegogo and is set to...

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Challenges in a Changing Medtech Marketplace| Fri, 14 Jul 2017 | Ireland

Faced by health system cost pressures on one side and burgeoning clinical and technological opportunities on the other, medical device companies today face multiple...

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Tech Reviews

The gamification of fitness – A review of the Goji Play...

We all love when two ideas that seemed so widely unrelated come together and form something completely new and revolutionary. Have you ever spent...