We had a great Hangout on Air Friday, March 6 and learned so much from Dr. Joe, Roxanne and Rick. The topic was Kids and the ways Google Glass can be used in education and health. Dr. Joe Cohen discussed his Kiddo EMR practice management tool which utilizes Google Glass for data input. Roxanne Riskin […]
Amazing what happens when 60 people get together to envision the future. Friday, October 17, 2014 we developers, med students, biz devs and docs joined in a design sprint for wearable devices in health and healthcare. It was, I feel, truly eye opening for many and a learning experience for all. The Wearable Devices Design […]
As we pass the one month point leading up to the DC Wearable Devices Design Sprint for Health, I want to try to convey what your day may be like, should you choose to join us on this journey into the future of Healthcare. We’ll be gathering at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health at […]
A panel discussion gallery hosted by Wearables New England and VectorSpect with our friends at MedTechBoston.com. The panel was 90 minutes at the Pri-Med East Annual Conference, Sept 13, 2014, Boston, MA
Design Sprint, taking place October 17, 2014 at Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health, will be a jam packed day for meeting and working with DC area professionals and students who share a deep desire to influence the future of healthcare. This will be a focused, guided brainstorming scrum.
Providence ALS researcher, Dan Bacher, discusses his foundation’s developments in assistive tech for paralyzed individuals. Dan has developed eye tracking to give patients back some of the control they’ve lost in their lives. The systems work on Glass, tablets and PCs. Imagine the simple things we can give them. The ability to change TV channels, […]