Monthly Archives: November 2017

Let’s Talk About A.I.

Blog post by Rasu Shrestha, MD, MBA. Investment in artificial intelligence (A.I.) has skyrocketed over the past several years. One study suggests 80 percent of the enterprises it surveyed have some form of A.I. in production today and 30 percent plan to expand A.I. investment over the next 36 months. Health care has the most […]

Healthcare Communication or Broadcast?

Blog Post by Joe Babaian Today, as every day, I am inspired and encouraged by the depth of community collaboration and growth here at #hcldr and our extended communities – great folks in #HealthIT, #Innovation, #DigitalHealth, #PtExp, #RareDisease, and so many more! Which communities would you add to this list that includes so many willing […]

Connecting for Health: Using Mobile Health to Track Health and Well-being

Blog post by Poonam Khanna My smartphone is generally never too far away from me — and in fact, if it is, I feel like something is missing. So it’s the perfect device to help me track the number of steps I take everyday, a metric I check in on at least once a day, […]

The Return on Healthcare Empathy

Blog by Joe Babaian “It doesn’t take an instant more, or cost a penny more, to be empathetic than it does to be indifferent.” – Brian Lee. Last Friday, I was fortunate to spend some time with my #hcldr partner and friend Colin @colin_hung at an impromptu dinner here in Houston! Fortunately, Colin was flying from San […]