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The Diary Japan at the Osaka Medical Show with Omron

The Diary CarePro was showcased at the Omron booth in the Osaka Medical Show. Under the leadership of TGAIA, The Diary Corp’s Japanese partner, Omron and The Diary are partnering in Japan to […]

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The future of medicine is in the hands of the individual – and CareKit is helping us get there.

The ownership of health data is shifting to the hands of the patient and opening the door to a new generation of technologies that will transform the face of medicine. […]

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Outsourcing Chronic Care Management

To outsource or manage in-office? What is in the best interest of practice and patient? The most expensive segment of Medicare, accounting for over 93% of spending, is directed at […]

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Public APIs, the engaged patient’s new best friend

The world of healthcare infrastructure is moving very quickly, and it is all good news for engaged patients. Health IT Task Force Recommends Public APIs Seemingly out of the blue, […]

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Will collecting health data make you healthier?

Of course the short answer is No.  But this is possibly the greatest allure to the health-conscious consumer – can I change something to my advantage and achieve a goal? […]

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Liveblogging: OMG my pancreas just texted

John Pettengill a type 2 diabetic.  Talking at the South by Southwest Interactive conference. #OMGdiabetic I am a diabetic and I live with a chronic disease.  25.8 million in the […]

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To PHR or not to PHR

According to the statistics, only about 7 percent of the US population uses a Personal Health Record (PHR). The low adoption tells us that levels of patient empowerment and engagement […]

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Unraveling the US Healthcare Puzzle

It has been a couple of weeks since the last time I updated the blog – lots of going on here, traveling around the US, and uncovering new problems/opportunities in the […]

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Tools to help pharmacies manage medications

It seems obvious doesn’t it? Pharmacists are the acknowledged experts at handling medicines. They spend years training for it, and all day long mixing medications and checking for contraindications, mistakes, […]

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Whose rules for accessing personal health data?

Last week a couple of us attended a workshop in Dunedin put on by the National Health IT Board (New Zealand). Graeme Osborne, who led the workshop as the Board […]

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