Tag Archives: monitoring

Personal Health Data and the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Are We Missing Something?

Blog post by Joe Babaian In 2014, the #hcldr tag was used over 148K times with an average of 17 tweets every hour, of every day, all year – ultimately reaching – potentially – 825M views (Data Here). What does this data mean to you? Well it certainly gives an overview of what #hcldr is […]

Future Thanks

Blog post by Colin Hung It’s that time of year for those that live in the US – time for turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, flight delays, football and shopping bargains. It’s Thanksgiving! Given that the next #hcldr chat is just ahead of the day when most of our friends in the US will be heading […]

Should Home Care be a Right?

Blog post by Colin Hung Over the past several months we have had a string of amazing guests on #hcldr. The discussions and topics have all been extremely interesting and relevant to healthcare leaders. I spent the week reviewing the transcripts (something I would highly recommend) and I felt that the prior chats were leading […]

Privacy vs Health. Would you make the trade? – Feb 11th Chat

Blog post by Colin Hung A colleague of mine recently got a new FitBit Force™ the latest activity and fitness tracker. I was amazed at both the style and function of the product. It’s simply incredible what it monitors – sleep, steps, calories burned and even eating habits. The most fascinating feature was how you […]