Entrepreneur Magazine Features OrthoLive Founder

Ortholive

was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine to discuss how teleconferencing is helping doctors provide care to their patients without leaving their homes. OrthoLive CEO and founder, Michael Greiwe, M.D., About Telemedicine "telehealth" "telemedicine" healthcare innovation ehealth doctor-patient relationship digital health 2020 healthcare IT 2020 technology coronavirus pandemic COVID-19 news telehealth app telemedicine app telemedicine application webinar Post-covid

MICHAEL LAMM ADVISES ON LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN COLLECTOR MAGAZINE

Corp Advisory Solutions

Michael Lamm, Managing Director of CAS, details how a leadership development plan can help build people up in the 11/2020 Collector Magazine. The post MICHAEL LAMM ADVISES ON LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN COLLECTOR MAGAZINE appeared first on Corporate Advisory Solutions.

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Vyne Named to Inc. Magazine’s List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies: The Inc. 5000 List

Electronic Health Reporter

magazine has revealed that Vyne is No. Magazine’s List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies: The Inc. This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. 3723 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.

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61 health tech companies report 2018 revenues, feature on Inc. 5,000 list

Mobi Health News

Magazine's Inc. If the recent trend of IPOs keeps up, more and more digital companies will have their revenue numbers out in the open. But in the meantime, for private companies, we have to take those numbers where we can find them, which is why each year MobiHealthNews parses Inc. 5,000 list of fastest growing companies in America, calling out the digital health and health tech companies that made the list

59 health tech companies share their 2017 revenues to land on Inc 5000 list

Mobi Health News

Magazine's Inc 5,000 list of fastest growing companies in America, calling out the digital health and health tech companies that made the list. It's become an annual tradition for MobiHealthNews to parse Inc. We found more companies than ever on this year's list, some you'll recognize and some you may not.

How Vendor Neutral Archives (VNAs) Are Changing The Medical Landscape

Electronic Health Reporter

By Devin Partida, technology writer and the Editor-in-Chief of the digital magazine, ReHack.com The healthcare industry, like many other sectors today, is becoming increasingly digitized and data-driven. This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

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EHR and Telehealth Cartoons – Fun Friday

Healthcare IT Today

Physicans’ Life & the EMR (Cartoon from Wired magazine)#healthcare #somedocs pic.twitter.com/LHarLAOv09 — Armand Krikorian, MD (@ENDOUNO) […]. It’s Friday and so it’s time for a little fun.

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The Rise of the Stupid EHR

Healthcare IT Today

Back in the late 90s, I read an article in a trade magazine and the piece made such an impact on me that the ideas articulated have stayed with me to this day.

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How COVID-19 and Telehealth Are Affecting Healthcare Compliance

Electronic Health Reporter

By Devin Partida, technology writer and the Editor-in-Chief of the digital magazine, ReHack.com The coronavirus pandemic has caused massive changes around the world. This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. As people adjust to the new normal, they may notice some differences […]. The article How COVID-19 and Telehealth Are Affecting Healthcare Compliance appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

Telehealth Soars in Small Rural School District

South Central Telehealth Resource Center

Donna Robinson is the Wellness Coordinator at Magazine School District’s School-Based Health Center (SBHC) in Magazine, Arkansas. Magazine is a small, rural town with a population size of approximately 800 people.

My ABCovid-19 Journal, Day 2 – Letters “F” through “J”

Health Populi

I added in an image from an old magazine ad for a microscope, and then printed out an Instagram-sized photo of a pin from a member of the “Dr. I layered in some fashion-themed scrapbook paper and a tagline from an old magazine ad: “Bracelets and gloves to charm the feminine heart.”

Sara Riggare is Swede of the Year in medicine

Society for Participatory Medicine

Sara RIggare, one of the earliest members of our Society, has just received a great honor: Fokus magazine (“Sweden’s Time “) has named her “Swede of the Year” in medicine. This reality precisely illustrates what Doc Tom Ferguson knew when, in the 1980s, he published Medical Self-Care magazine. Congratulations to Sara, and kudos to Fokus magazine for recognizing that a patient can truly be a leading contributor to the future of care!

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Telebehavioral Health: New Digital Directions for Social Work Education

Telebehavioral Health Institute

Social Worker Today Magazine Publishes “Telebehavioral Health: New Digital Directions for Social Work Education” Journalist Beth VanOstenbridge called in early Spring of 2019 to ask for an interview. She is with Social Work Today and was asking about telebehavioral health … Read more. The post Telebehavioral Health: New Digital Directions for Social Work Education appeared first on TBH Institute Blog.

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Will Trade Data for (Cheaper) Health Care – USC’s View of the Future

Health Populi

There was a survey done by PC Magazine in 2018 written up in an article titled, Would you trade your personal data for free online services? Patients are now front-line payors in the U.S. health care system. As such, American health consumers are wrestling with sticker shock from surgical procedures, surprise medical bills weeks after leaving the hospital, and the cost of prescription drugs — whether six-figure oncology therapies or essential medicines like insulin and EpiPens.

My ABCovid-19 Journal – Day 4 of 5, Letters “P” through “T”

Health Populi

The photo is an illustration I cut out of a magazine of people wearing m asks from different walks of life and demographics. The big question mark at the bottom left, designed atop artfully drawn coronavirus graphics, came out of a magazine story.

From Health Consumers to Health Citizens – a U.S. Patient Rights Moonshot?

Health Populi

4 of StartUp Health Magazine is dedicated to 8 Health Moonshot Principles. On pages 22-23 of the digital magazine, you’ll find my essay, “From Health Consumers to Health Citizens.” Issue No. StartUp Health sees these moonshots taken together as, “a blueprint for achieving the impossible.” ” There’s an aspect of U.S.

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My ABCovid-19 Journal – Day 5 of 5, Letters “U” through “Z”

Health Populi

I found that surreal graphic at the right in a magazine article talking about Disease X which felt picture-perfect, albeit mega-disturbing… as appropriate. We’ve had a lovely week on Seneca Lake, re-setting our physical, mental, and emotional clocks in the #KahnCave.

Black Health Should Matter More in America: The Undefeated Survey on Race and Health

Health Populi

Thanks to my work with the W2O Group, I had the opportunity to provide a Call-to-Action on How the Pandemic Revealed Racial Disparities in America in the September 2020 issue of MM+M magazine. In 2020, most Black people, men and women alike, feel it is a bad time to be Black in America.

Health Consumers Are Now Amazon-Primed for Healthcare – HealthConsuming Explains, Part 2

Health Populi

Launching a private label skin care line, Belei, covered in Allure magazine here. As patients now assume the role of health consumer, they rationally expect retail-level experiences with greater first-dollar payment for health insurance, health care services and medical products like prescription drugs.

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What If Marie Kondo Reorganized Health Care in the U.S.?

Health Populi

If you opened any pop culture magazine or newspaper in the past week, you probably saw the results of a PR blitz promoting KonMari, the trademarked name for Marie’s clean-out method. Have you read the life changing magic of tidying up , or Spark Joy , books by Marie Kondo ? Her new Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo debuted on January 1, and has enjoyed passionate early viewership by consumers in America who are among the world’s major hoarders.

Pay people for their data – yes, or no?

Society for Participatory Medicine

image credit: CIO Magazine]. SPM members Casey Quinlan (yes, yours truly) and Jan Oldenburg were part of a trinity of folks debating the idea of paying people for the data they contribute to the digital economy, in healthcare and in all other sectors.

Growing my Professional Experience with Communication

Perficient

As someone who wrote for both the Perficient Pulse Magazine and the Life at Perficient blog , interviewing was just as important as writing. Welcome to the third and last blog in my blog series about my personal and professional development during my Perficient internship.

My ABCovid Journal – Day 1 of 5, A through E

Health Populi

My friends… It’s time in this pandemic journey that I take a full week to re-charge and bask in the midst of nature, a lake, farm-to-table food, wine-making, and the love of and therapeutic time with my wonderful husband.

Wear A Mask and Save 5% of US GDP: My Independence Day Holiday Wish

Health Populi

I leave you with some very current humor from The New Yorker magazine by cartoonist Malaka Gharib on how to guilt people into wearing a face mask. “And please…please…please wear a face covering,” Dr. Jerome Adams, the U.S. Surgeon General pleaded on June 30, 2020 , during a speech to U.S. Public Health Workers. You can fast forward to second #42 to hear Dr. Adams’ impassioned plea to his fellow Americans.

2020 Not All Bad: eVisit Shares Look Back and Forward Including 2021 Predictions

eVisit

Jason Hartman of Authority Magazine, an online outlet dedicated to sharing stories from “authorities” in Business, Film, Sports and Tech, conducted a Q&A with Bret Larsen, our CEO and Co-Founder, for its “Meet the Disruptors” series.

Five Aging and Health Technology Blog Posts from September 2020

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Home Care Magazine: Alexa, Take Care of Me, August 31, 2020. The boomer-and-beyond market has caught the eye of the tech industry. As a busy September wound down, new announcements in the voice first category were of particular interest.

Universal Health Care and Financial Inclusion – Not Mutually Exclusive

Health Populi

Two weeks in a row, The Economist , the news magazine headquartered in London, included two special reports stapled into the middle of the magazines. Universal health care was covered in a section on 28 April 2018, and coverage on financial inclusion was bundled into the 5th May edition.

When Buying a Pair of Jeans Competes With Filling a Prescription at CVS in Target

Health Populi

InStyle magazine featured Macy’s news, saying that the line, “is unique because it includes easy-to-wear items like tops, pants, cardigans, and dresses that are aimed at both Muslim and non-Muslim women.” Stories about three fashion brands have me thinking about women and their health economics. Stay with me.

April 2019 Telemedicine News

Enzyme Health

52% telemedicine vs. 42% urgent care and 31% primary care) The primary researcher told MD Magazine that while she is “excited about the ways that technology innovations can improve access to care for children, it’s important to make sure that children continue to receive high-quality care regardless of how that care is delivered.” View study abstract > View article in MD Magazine > Best Buy to Sell Home Telemedicine Device to Consumers.

The Growing State of Diabetes in America on World Diabetes Day 2018

Health Populi

Hearkening back to the IDF’s 2018 theme of the role of the family, it’s important to realize that families who eat together are healthier, as this TIME magazine article spelled out based on research evidence. Diabetes is a family issue, and its prevalence is growing in America. November 14, 2018, is World Diabetes Day , and the International Diabetes Federation reminds us that this condition impacts the whole household — not just the person diagnosed with diabetes.

How a Razor Bolsters Health, Wellness and Love for Caregiving

Health Populi

The image above for the TREO, “A Razor Designed for Caregivers,” is a scan of an ad I read in the October 2019 issue of the AARP Magazine featuring Tom Hanks on the cover (promoting his upcoming movie, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, a biopic on Mr. (Fred) Rogers. The market for caregiving is growing and the business community has, finally, begun to pay attention.

Add Behavioral Data to Social Determinants For Better Patient Understanding

Health Populi

The paper presents several case studies where providers and payors adopted SBDoH in population health strategies: To reduce teen pregnancy , The University of Texas Prevention Research Center at UT Health School of Public Health worked with young women in the Sunnyside neighborhood in Houston to identify population segments, learning about teens’ use of cell phones for texting and web-surfing, consumption of magazines, and “outspoken” attitudes.

Enhancing Student Wellness through School-Based Telemedicine

South Central Telehealth Resource Center

SBHCs chosen for the initial grant program include Magazine, Lamar, Jasper, and Malvern. During the 2017-18 school year, STAR rolled out the obesity reduction and prevention component, HealthyNOW, in the Magazine school district. The School Telemedicine in Arkansas (STAR) program is collecting data that supports the feasibility and success of offering real-time telehealth services in rural School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs).

Kroger Health Thinks Food is Medicine – Nutrition at the Grocery Store Via FMI’s Insights

Health Populi

In reading the July/August issue of Eating Well magazine this week, I came across this ad which I scanned for you to see yourself: “We believe in food as medicine.” ” Signed, Kroger Health. Here’s the introductory text in the full-page ad: “As Kroger Health, our vision is to help people live healthier lives.

Improving My Writing Skills Through My Perficient Internship

Perficient

Writing Stories for the Employee Magazine. My first project as an intern was writing an article about employee wellness for Perficient Pulse, the internal magazine shared with colleagues across the globe.

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All the Jobs Doctors and Nurses Can Do From Home

Enzyme Health

Your writing could reach a wide audience if you decided to contribute to a popular magazine or other consumer publication. Search on websites of magazines you read in your downtime, like SELF or Men’s Health, to see if the publication is looking for a medical expert on a given topic. Work from home jobs for doctors and nurses can help you achieve more life balance while still serving patients either one-on-one or behind the scenes.

The Hair Economy in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Control, Wellness, and Self-Care

Health Populi

Weeks of social distancing have been devastating for an industry of professionals who make a living by touching people,” Cheryl Wishhover wrote in Allure magazine. The barbershop and beauty salon are important community touch points for health, wellness, and social connection in so many peoples’ lives. In my book, HealthConsuming: From Health Consumer to Health Citizen , I feature the black barbershop to introduce a chapter on “The New Retail Health.”

Sampling technology for managing diabetes

Aging in Place Technology Watch

List of ‘hand-picked’ diabetes websites noted in Diabetes Gourmet Magazine, and information sites from Johns Hopkins ( Guide to Diabetes ) and the American Diabetes Association website. Diabetes is a critical health problem. More than 30 million Americans have diabetes – but 23 million of them, according to the CDC, are undiagnosed. Today, the obesity rate for adults 60 and over has risen to 41%.

Tom Brady’s Business Partner’s False Diabetes Claims

Insulin Nation

According to a report in Boston Magazine , Brady, Guerrero and another business partner have established a fitness and nutrition business called TB12. However, by 2011 he had created a new nutritional company, 6 Degree Nutrition, that was making questionable health claims, according to the Boston Magazine report. After the Boston Magazine article, Brady was asked on WEEI , a Boston sports radio station, about his business partner, and he defended Guerrero.

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Florence Nightingale, the Lady with the Lamp

Digital Health Today

Joshua Hammer for the Smithsonian Magazine. This article is part of our celebration of Women’s History Month where we feature stories of remarkable women who have shaped our world. In this article, we give tribute to Florence Nightingale, known as the founder of modern nursing. Florence Nightingale 12 May 1820 – 13 August 1910 Profession: Nurse.