Headed to SXSW 2019 and you're there for health? Great. Health Medtech SXSW 2019 is the perfect place for the discussion about health care. To get you started, here's the 33 charts Super Guide to the best health medtech programming at SXSW. What to do before Health MedTech SXSW 2019 Grab your social profile. The first thing you want to do is create your profile ... Continue Reading about Health MedTech SXSW 2019 | The 33 Charts Super Guide
If you have a dog in the digital health fight or you spend any time thinking about the future of health care, drop what you’re doing and read The Topol Review - Preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future. Over the past year a cross-disciplinary team of experts in and outside of the NHS convened to review the current state of medicine and ... Continue Reading about The Topol Review – Unprecedented Vision of Medicine’s Future
Chrissy Farr at CNBC has reported that Slack may be posturing for a health care move. Recent changes in the site’s HIPAA compliance suggest that it may be readying to allow providers to share patient information in a clinical environment. I’m thrilled. Why? Physicians have no means of communication. Sounds dramatic? Not really. Or, I should qualify that they have ... Continue Reading about Slack – 4 Ways It Will Save Health Care
If you don't subscribe to my 33mail newsletter, here's what you missed this week. Get the most interesting stuff in medicine and technology delivered every week to your inbox by signing up over there in the right column. If you want to know a little more about 33mail, check out our page here. Here are a few things I wrote and found this week. 33 charts Cardiology ... Continue Reading about 33mail Newsletter – February 3, 2019
This week the world processed the fact that we don’t have a cure for cancer. Social media ran with an article in the Jerusalem Post headlined, “A Cure for Cancer? Israeli Scientists Say They Think They Found One.” There are so many lessons here including the awkward suggestion that ultimately, there may not be a ‘cure for cancer.’ Why the cure for cancer may not be ... Continue Reading about Cure for Cancer – The Fake News Heard ‘Round the World
If you have a moment check out Medical Misinformation - Vet the Message, an editorial published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. It’s written by 22 editors-in-chief of major cardiovascular journals and builds the case for medical misinformation as a modern crisis for doctors and patients. This nugget caught my eye: Purveyors of social media must ... Continue Reading about Medical Misinformation | Can Doctors Control Social Media?