Improving Healthcare with Technology Depends on Faster Adoption of Innovation

When Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) were introduced in the early 1970s the vision was clear: digitizing patient records would make healthcare more efficient, and better for the patient and provider.

Shining a light between the rock and the hard place: The importance of information to empower health-app users

Apps, and their use for the promotion of health and wellbeing, are the subject of increasing interest and enquiry; particularly in light of the NHS’ Long Term Plan, and ever-increasing pressures on scarce NHS resources. But finding and downloading effective, engaging, and most importantly, safe health-apps, is a significant challenge.

AI to help kids struggling with ADHD, Autism, Asperger Syndrome (ASD), PDD-NOS and other ASD’s

In a properly functioning brain, both hemispheres communicate equally and at lightning speed, millions of times per minute.

All About Breast Tightening and Liposuction

Breast-Tite uses a form of liposuction that relies on a small cannula and a set of probes that emit radiowave energy in a fashion similar to the opposite poles on a battery.

Defining Healthcare Trends to Watch in 2018

Opioid overdoses are now the leading cause of death for US adults younger than 50.

New Model for Estimating Healthcare Costs

When we ask employees about their financial security, they tell us their number one stressor is not saving enough for retirement.

The Effectiveness of Stem Cell Therapy for Motor Neuron Disease Treatment

Motor neuron diseases are neurodegenerative. They are caused when the motor neurons do not function properly in the brain. These are the nerve cells responsible for controlling the muscles that facilitate the body movement.