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Is Apple poised to enter EHR market? New patents have the industry buzzing

A new wave of speculation from industry analysts is putting Apple in the spotlight over its supposed plans for creating a new sort of EHR – the soul …

These Are The Digital Pills Coming To A Pharmacy Near You

While some have expressed concerns about patient privacy, proponents say new pills that track when you take them could be just the beginning for edible technology.<p>A “digital pill” approved by the Food and Drug Administration could be the start of a new wave of ingestible technology.<p>The recently …

Artificial intelligence predicts when heart will fail

<b>Artificial intelligence can predict when patients with a heart disorder will die, according to scientists.</b><p>The software learned to analyse blood tests and scans of beating hearts to spot signs that the organ was about to fail.<p>The team, from the UK's Medical Research Council, say the technology could …

Lessons from Caesar: Looking back to move forward in health care

This weekly series explores breaking news and developments in the US health care industry, examines key issues facing life sciences and health care …

Health Care

This Coalition of 20 Companies Thinks It Can Change U.S. Health Care

For too long, employers have outsourced management of their employees’ health care benefits to those with little incentive to improve value. In a departure from this norm, 20 major corporations earlier this month announced that they were joining forces to create the Health Transformation Alliance …

Help Your Team Manage Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout

dave wheeler FOR HBR<p>It can be tough enough to manage your own stress. But how can you, as a manager, help the members of your team handle <i>their</i> feelings of stress, burnout, or disengagement?<p>Because work is getting more demanding and complex, and because many of us now work in 24/7 environments, …

Primal Tremendously Changed My Life and the Lives of Those Around Me | Mark's Daily Apple

My old workout patterns looked something like this:<p>Isolated weights 4-5 days a week<br>• 60 minute cardio session everyday as hard as I could<br>• 45-60 minute …

AirStrip and IBM aim to rebuild the world of medicine

Imagine you’re waiting to see your doctor for an annual checkup. Instead of leafing through a months-old copy of People Magazine in a stale waiting room for 30 minutes (despite arriving ten minutes early), you’re sitting on your couch at home perhaps finishing up some last minute work. You pick up …

Why Hacking Is An Integral Part Of The Future Of The Internet

As I write this article, a group calling themselves The Phantom Squad have declared that they intend to take down both the Xbox Live and Playstation PSN networks on Christmas Day, and sustain the attack for a week. They claim its to expose the continued lack of security from Microsoft and Sony, the …

Personal Information

U.S. Health Care Is Failing My Patients

When I was called to the Emergency Room to admit a patient from a nursing home, I was surprised to learn that the patient was only in her 30s.<p>Reading …

Mental Health

Cyber Insurance Market Growing From $2.5 Billion In 2015 To $7.5 Billion By 2020

Cybersecurity insurance is one of the fastest growing sectors in the insurance market, according to the “PwC Global State of Information Security Survey 2016″. PwC forecasts that the global cyberinsurance market will reach $7.5 billion in annual sales by 2020, up from $2.5 billion this year.<p>PwC and …

Can You Manage What You Can't Measure?

We are stepping out of one era and into a new one in the working world. It is crystal clear that the Machine Age structure and rhythm of work has hung on far past the point of usefulness.<p>In the new-millennium marketplace, our businesses and institutions will fail if we try to hire and lead people …

3 Ways Leaders Undermine Cohesion by Trying to Create It

When companies want to address fragmented cultures, they do some of the oddest things. For example, we’ve seen at least 15 corporations put “one” in front of their name (as in, “One Acme”), as they launched campaigns to dramatically increase interconnection across the organization.<p>As if that would …

Teen Develops Computer Algorithm to Diagnose Leukemia

Brittany Wenger isn't your average high-school senior: She taught the computer how to diagnose leukemia.<p>The 18-year-old student from Sarasota, Fla. …

How Wearable Computing Will Change Everything, Including Apple

Listen, you tech-savvy, trend-resisting cynic you. I want you to stop dismissing wearable computing as a pointless, narcissistic fad.<p>Wearable computing is not for people too lazy to look at their phones. It’s not a trendy toy for wealthy yuppies. And it’s not about joining Robert Scoble in the …

Wearable Tech

Asthmapolis Wants To Hack The Inhaler And Help 26 Million Americans Better Track And Manage Their Asthma

Unless you’re reading this while using an inhaler, this fact may surprise you: According to the CDC, 26 million Americans currently have the chronic respiratory disease we know as asthma. Not only that, but the CDC tells us that the disease costs the U.S. $3,300 per person annually, and medical …

Can a 24/7 Medical App Save Your Life? Better Thinks So.

Imagine this scenario: You’re flying across the world for a business conference, and something goes wrong — with your health. You’re in a foreign …

Yahoo's Marissa Mayer tries to trigger chain reaction

Marissa Mayer is sprinting and trying to start a chain reaction. That's how she described her plan to return Yahoo to its former glory during the company's first-quarter 2013 earnings call.<p>The Yahoo CEO shared how she is executing a series of "sprints" to revive the company. The first sprint, which …

How P&G Presents Data to Decision-Makers

Those of us who believe that managers make better decisions when key data are presented visually tend to get very excited about all the innovation going on in the graphical display of information. (For a sampling of some new and cool tools, see the popular Hans Rosling TED talk.) However, if you …

The Benefits Of Social Media Beyond Marketing

<i>By Natalie Burg</i><p>Think you’ve got the social media thing down at your business? Think you’re squeezing every last bit of benefit by utilizing online marketing across a variety of social platforms? Think again. Because there’s no way you’re getting the most bang for your social media buck if you’re …

5 Archetypes Who Get In The Way Of Big Ideas

You want your company to think creatively, but these 5 types of people will get in the way every time. Here’s how to recognize them–and bring them around.<p>We’re crossing Mongolia at 660 mph, down from the North Pole toward Singapore, a continuation of an incredible week facilitating 13 strategy …

Why Salary Shouldn’t Be The Biggest Factor In Career Choice

If you’re choosing between jobs, be mindful of whether or not you’re being predisposed by the salary. Because a bigger one won’t necessarily make you happier.<p>BBC writer Tom Stafford has a knack for connecting dots–we’ve unpacked his thoughts on intelligence before–and his new column about the …