McLaren Turns Its Technology to Healthcare

McLaren Turns Its Technology to Healthcare

Formula 1 racing is a high stakes business. Top competitors have annual budgets of $400 million or more to put two drivers and their cars on the race tracks. As a result, it should come as no surprise that race car drivers are some of the most carefully monitored and...
New Survey Shows Growing Support for Health Tech

New Survey Shows Growing Support for Health Tech

Salesforce commissioned an online survey by Harris Poll last month, and has now released the results in their “2015 State of the Connected Patient” report. It provides a mix of encouraging and disappointing news, but little of it is surprising and the...
Wearable Health Benefits Depend on Software

Wearable Health Benefits Depend on Software

The potential benefits of the “quantified person” are huge, making it possible to improve diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of all sorts of diseases and chronic conditions. One of the biggest barriers to realizing these gains, however, are the...
Welcome to CES 2015

Welcome to CES 2015

I made it! CES 2015 is as big and crowded as ever before, and this year, there seems to be a special, high-energy vibe that I haven’t seen in years. Perhaps that’s because I’m focused on wearable Health Tech devices and all the related technologies,...