The Heart of Health at CES 2020 – Evidence & Innovation Bridge Consumers and Doctors

Health Populi

The digital health presence at CES 2020 is the fastest-growing segment of consumer technologies at the Show this year, increasing by 25% over 2019. Heart-focused technologies are a big part of that growth story.

Dr. Roboto? Stanford Medicine Foresees Digital Doctors “Maturing”

Health Populi

Stanford Medicine interviewed 523 physicians and 210 medical students and residents in September and October 2019 to assess clinicians’ perspectives on digital health topics for this study.

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Heart Health at #CES2019 – Food and Tech as Medicine

Health Populi

Self-care is the new health care as patients, now consumers at greater financial risk for medical spending, are learning. Using food and tech as medicine can help people avoid going on medications like statins and others for heart health.

Heart-Love – Omron’s Holy Grail of Blood Pressure Tracking on the Wrist

Health Populi

Omron has been one of the few consumer-facing digital health companies that has taken the long-view and done the work to file for FDA clearance for a medical-grade technology that mainstream consumers can use.

Disruption Is Healthcare’s New Normal

Health Populi

This last article responded to the question, “Can we successfully deliver better quality care for patients at a lower cost?” asked by François de Brantes, Executive Director of the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute.

A Smarter Home for Healthy Living at CES 2019….and a nod to Microsoft

Health Populi

Lyn and Frances tested three assumptions that they believed linked housing and health: that housing contributes to health; that housing is not routinely included in health or social planning;’ and that the potential contribution of primary care is wasted. Health begins at home.

3 Ways that Telehealth Improves the Patient Experience

iSALUS Healthcare

It takes more in 2019 than in the past to keep patients engaged and pleased with their care. It offers convenient alternatives to traditional medical care. This might not sound like a difficult or cost-consuming task, but for patients living in Primary Care Deserts, this cost is enough to make them avoid their physician and put themselves at risk. Improved Efficiency Providers are no stranger to the digital age, whether it be medical technology or elsewhere.

Why do Digital Health startups keep failing?

Lloyd Price

Money continues to pour into the space–to the tune of nearly $12 billion in investment in 2017–but few companies have cracked the code for delivering technologies that truly transform healthcare. The “move fast and break things” approach that works in tech doesn’t translate well to healthcare.