Post Tagged with: "exercise"

Nicholas Gammell, Co-Founder of Gain Fitness

GAIN Fitness Puts a Personal Trainer in Your Pocket

June 30, 2014

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Entrepreneurs, Exercise & fitness, Innovation/innovative companies, Salber, SV Health 2.0:

Gain Fitness’ motto is “You Deserve a Personal Trainer” and they have set out to make it easy for you to get one.

Dr. Jaan Sidorov, host of Disease Management Care Blog

Perspectives on Exercise for Elders

June 8, 2014

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Geriatric medicine:

“Lest anyone believe that this single piece of evidence will prompt the U.S. health care system to cover preventive exercise classes for the elderly: it won’t. Medicare’s definition of “medically necessary” is too full of loopholes (“condition,” “accepted standards” and “coverage decisions”) and is being held hostage by Medicare’s vast and hidebound bureaucracy.”

Artis Run

Google Glass + Treadmill…Who’d Have Thought?

February 7, 2014

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CES14, Innovation/innovative companies:

Have a Google glass? Love to exercise? Well, Technogym has created the first ever Google glass connected treadmill.

Pat Salber, MD, MBA, CEO of Health Tech Hatch & Host of The Doctor Weighs In

A Cardiologist Entrepreneur Rev’s Up MD Revolution

February 5, 2014

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CES14, Technology in healthcare, Videos:

by Patricia Salber I had a chance to chat with Samir Damani, MD, PharmD, FACC at CES 2014 (is that enough letters for you?). Samir… Read More ›

Managing Risk and Modifying Lifestyle: The Role of Mobile Applications (Can an App a Day Keep the Doctor Away?)

Managing Risk and Modifying Lifestyle: The Role of Mobile Applications (Can an App a Day Keep the Doctor Away?)

January 23, 2014

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IT:

Mobile applications have the potential to revolutionize preventative care. As we continue to work to engage our patients and motivate them take individual responsibility for their health status, we must take advantage of emerging technologies.

Move It! Start a Daily Exercise Routine to Secure Longevity

Move It! Start a Daily Exercise Routine to Secure Longevity

December 22, 2013

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Clinical, Geriatric medicine:

Know what science says about everyday exercise? Get some! In some way or another, engaging in at least 20 to 30 minutes of exercise, five plus days a week can help beat inflammation, keep you limber into old age and keep your mind smiling. From how we exercise to how we get motivated, our tips will get you moving now!

1 in 3 people is interested in doing mobile health, but they skew younger

1 in 3 people is interested in doing mobile health, but they skew younger

June 27, 2013

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Technology in healthcare:

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn First Posted at Health Populi on 6/19/2013 The headline for the HarrisInteractive/HealthDay mobile health (mHealth) survey reads, “Lots of Americans Want Health Care… Read More ›

Making STEM Education Tasty

Making STEM Education Tasty

June 4, 2013

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Family and kids, Food and nutrition, Health care & health policy, Medicine: wellness & disease, People in healthcare, Psychology & behavior, Wellness:

By Christine Kraft MS First Posted on her blog on 5/31/2013 STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is being promoted as the cure for… Read More ›

The health and wellness gap between insured and uninsured people

The health and wellness gap between insured and uninsured people

May 25, 2013

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Change Management, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Payment, People in healthcare, RESEARCH:

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn First Posted at Health Populi on 5/24/2013 If you have health insurance, chances are you take several actions to bolster your health… Read More ›

The health/wealth disconnect in America

The health/wealth disconnect in America

May 15, 2013

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Change Management, Geriatric medicine, Health care & health policy, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY, RESEARCH:

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn First Posted at Health Populi on 5/15/2013 Two in 3 Americans are uncomfortable with their financial situation. And most are totally oblivious… Read More ›