Digital Health- “fail early, fail often” meets “first do no harm”

Seth Frank coined the term digital health in 2000; the early framing included internet-based content to improve health and chronic condition management and has more recently been expanded to include…

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Can we build a better app? Meet LAMP

In the days where data privacy and transparency in digital health apps are becoming paramount in patients and providers minds can we have a better process? Can we co-create a…

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Apps to Support Mental Health- Effective and Accepted?

The evidence base on how digital health solutions can support mental health continues to grow. Health systems look to the evidence base to determine which approaches, products and medicine to…

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Deploying Apps in Primary Care – What are we Learning?

As digital health moves toward broader implementation in US Healthcare, we are beginning to see more studies published on the early experience of deployment. One aspect of import is how…

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Fitness Trends for 2019- What will move the World?

I have written in past posts about the stagnation in global rates of physical activity, this reality, coupled with the substantial evidence base on the positive connection between physical activity…

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Can JOMO get Your Mojo Back?

A couple of things have been bubbling in the digital ether this week that speaks to increasing awareness and shift about the role technology plays in our daily lives, how…

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