“There are very few toxicologists across the United States—I think there are about 500 of us,” says Dr. Chai, who along with his colleagues found that Google Glass could provide a better alternative to the traditional toxicology phone consultation.
Integrating asynchronous methods with the traditional in-person model is “the way forward”
A Q&A with Dr. Bon Ku about why design in medicine is so important, what the program at Jefferson does to foster creativity in medical students, and what issues in medicine are ripe for redesign.
The center, set to open by the end of the year, aims to improve the lives of 3 billion people by 2025 by creating meaningful innovations.
Creating a Marketplace for Health Innovation: A Sit Down with Edison Nation Medical President Bobby Grajewski »
Grajewski discusses the company’s idea marketplace, the challenges to innovation in hospitals today, and more.
After working 11 years at Boston Children’s Hospital Brownstein stepping into new role at the institution
Larry Keeley shared his insights, gained over three decades’ experience guiding successful innovation methods, at NEHI’s annual meeting.
Promising technology transforming healthcare with accelerated and automated diagnostic test results