From Chicago, with love … Kicking off the 2014 AAAS meeting with the Virtual Human

From Chicago, with love … Kicking off the 2014 AAAS meeting with the Virtual Human »

14 Feb, 2014
MedTech Features
This weekend, the labyrinth of Chicago's Hyatt Hotel complex is packed with scientists and journalists, all dashing back and forth between panel discussions and poster presentations. They've abandoned their loved ones this Valentine's Day to attend the annual meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The theme of this year's AAAS meeting…
Reflecting on Health 2.0, Improving and Enriching the Patient-Provider relationship

Reflecting on Health 2.0, Improving and Enriching the Patient-Provider relationship »

5 Feb, 2014
MedTech Features
In the first of four articles, MedTechBoston's Adnan Chowdhury analyzes some of the tech solutions offered at the most recent Health 2.0 Europe Conference. Learn more about the Health 2.0 Conference hosted in London, England by clicking here. In healthcare, the relationship between patient and provider cannot be overstated. Therefore, there has been a lot of recent interest…

The Point of Care: An Introduction »

4 Dec, 2013
Opinion/Editorial
For those of us in and around the medical community, innovation is upon us. Adoption of practices from other high-risk and service industries, along with the data being gathered under the ‘big data’ movement, is fundamentally changing the way we are delivering care to patients. Technological breakthroughs, and the ability to deliver data and functionality…
Live: Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care 3rd Annual Innnovations Conference

Live: Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care 3rd Annual Innnovations Conference »

7 Oct, 2013
MedTech Features
Today, the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care holds its third annual Primary Care Innovations Conference at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center in Boston.  The conference focuses on health professionals education and draw 400-500 primary care providers at various levels, many of them involved in teaching students in the health professions. In the morning, Darrell…

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