Tag Archives: security
When is it Okay to Use Your Health Data To Recommend Helpful Products?
I recently had a conversation about the mountain of health-related mobile apps that are currently available for “free”. I was lamenting how many people were downloading and using these solutions without fully understanding that their health data collected by these apps was being used to market products and service to them. At that point, the […]
Attitudes Towards Health Data
Blog post by Colin Hung For the past sixteen days, I have been glued to my TV and phone watching the Olympics. It’s the intensity of the competition that I love seeing. I cheer most loudly for Canadians, of course, but I do enjoy watching athletes from other countries achieve their gold medal dreams. Seeing […]
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 […]