Michael Palmer, MD: A Generous, Innovative Physician, Remembered

Michael Palmer, MD: A Generous, Innovative Physician, Remembered »

30 Sep, 2014
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Photo via Not Running a Hospital: In Memorium Dr. Palmer. To say that Michael Palmer, MD, was gregarious or friendly would be a vast understatement. Instead, his friends and family members say that he was better defined as "a connector" with a special ability to make a new acquaintance feel trusting…
PatientsLikeMe: Carlos Rodarte’s Push for Connectivity

PatientsLikeMe: Carlos Rodarte’s Push for Connectivity »

28 Aug, 2014
PeopleUncategorized
When Carlos Rodarte left his life sciences consulting job, he wanted to help fix the American healthcare system by making use of mobile platforms and devices. Three years later, he's on his way. Rodarte joined PatientsLikeMe in late 2010, working to build an online patient community where patients share their health data, meet other patients like…
Unshackling the Physician: Karandeep Singh on Glass & Primary Care

Unshackling the Physician: Karandeep Singh on Glass & Primary Care »

20 Aug, 2014
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Karandeep Singh, MD gives a Google Glass Demo last April at Boston's Google headquarters. All photos provided by Jennifer Joe. On April 23, 2014, the Boston medical community came together at the Boston Google headquarters to learn about the possibilities of wearables and Google Glass. Everyone was buzzing - What is Google Glass? What's special about…
From the Editor-in-Chief: Meet the Physician and Physician-in-Training Innovators!

From the Editor-in-Chief: Meet the Physician and Physician-in-Training Innovators! »

12 Apr, 2014
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Physician Innovators at South by Southwest: Andrey Ostrovsky, Ivor Horn, Krishna Yeshwant, Jennifer Joe I'm always so amazed at the breadth and diversity of interests that my physician colleagues have. Not only do we care for patients in our daily lives, but we strive to contribute in so many other ways.…

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…

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