mHealth – Making Steve Jobs Proud


Like many engaged on twitter, I was saddened by the news of Steve Jobs death. Minutes after the story broke, I reached out to my good friend Ken Rosen (@ken_rosen), who had worked for Jobs, and he admitted that he was taking the news harder than expected. Harvard Business Review (#hbrchat) created a memorial page and dedicated the regular Thursday time slot to discuss his legacy.

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Innovation Quotient


Yes, the world is changing very rapidly. Every day we wake up, there are new products, processes, technologies and ideas that are better and more effective than the ones we had yesterday. This has changed the dynamics of what we do and how we think. And as the result of new innovations, we have the chance to live better and longer.

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Who says that the Government cannot Innovate?


Whether based on the economy, health care legislation, or changes in purchaser mindset, it may be the perfect time for health care companies to step back from their BHAG’s in order to gain some innovation perspective.  Have the big questions changed? Here is a question that may raise eyebrows: What does health care need? Health care needs a healthy dose of innovation. ...

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World's Largest Organ Donor Registry Crowdsources PSA's

Amateur filmmakers don’t have to move to Hollywood to make it big thanks to a new video contest for, the world’s largest living organ donor registry. The organization has partnered with Zooppa, a website of user-generated advertising to create the “Everybody Can Save a Life!” contest. Participants can upload a 30 second PSA encouraging people to sign up to ...

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