Tag Archives: quantified self
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 […]
Do we have patient engagement backwards?
Blog post by Leonard Kish We hear a lot about patient engagement, including from me, but have we been getting it backwards? Patients are looking for answers, they’re looking for advice, it’s just that there is too little access, increasing out of pocket costs and too often little ability to “Do It Yourself”, but DIY […]
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 […]
Sept 3 Chat – What’s Emerging Tech Got to Do With Us?
Post by Patricia Anderson From social media to wearable technologies, from bioprinting to the quantified self movement, emerging technologies have the potential to change lives and clinical practice. At the same time, change isn’t always welcomed, and it is often difficult to determine which proposed changes bear the most value and the least risk. Even […]