If I had been anywhere else, I would have been surprised to see so many people wearing Google Glass. While Glass has kinda disappeared as a must-have accessory for fanboys and fangirls, folks interested in exploring new frontiers in health care wearables are building software to enable Glass to do cool new things.
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By Lisa Suennen First Posted at Venture Valkyrie on 6/4/2013 “Invention is the talent of youth, as judgment is of age.” Jonathan Swift This week… Read More ›
By Dr. Adrian Gropper First Posted at The Health Care Blog on 5/30/2013 It’s a busy time in Washington, DC. June 3 marks the Datapalooza and begins… Read More ›
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By Thomas L. Friedman First Posted at The New York Times on 5/25/2013 Listening to the debate about President Obama’s health care plan, some critics… Read More ›
First Posted at Institute for Health Technology Transformation on 5/21/2013 In advance of the iHT² Health IT Summit in Fort Lauderdale, John Santangelo, Director, Information… Read More ›
By Dr. Rob Lamberts First Posted at Musings of a Distractible Mind on 5/5/2013 I remember going to see the movie “Oliver” in the theater… Read More ›