Month: January 2015

Is pharmacy facing its Kodak moment?

This is the third post in a series from the Digital Health Summit that formed part of CES 2015, with the first talking about the role of sensors and wearables and the second on how the traditional doctor visit is facing significant disruption. Pharmacy has been fighting for greater recognition as a genuine member of […]

Disrupting the doctor visit

This is the second of my posts from the recent Digital Health Summit at CES2015. The first covered broader aspects of wearables, sensors and data collection, but in this one I want to explore how the traditional doctors visit is being disrupted, why it’s a good thing, and how it’s going to deliver long-term change […]

Sensors, wearables & data – take outs from Digital Health Summit

After spending my first day checking out what was on the floor at CES, the next two days saw me step away from the crazy and into the Digital Health Summit. I was really excited to hear from the broad range of presenters, with physicians, care facilities, vendors, funders, VCs and an extremely important but often overlooked category; patients, […]