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The Importance of a Positive UX

  Most designers and developers who dedicate countless hours of sweat and hard work toward building quality digital health applications feel as if their creation deserves to dominate its niche; however, whether a product thrives on the market is decided by criteria far from how well its creator thinks it operates. It matters little how [...]

By | October 13th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Machine Learning is Revolutionizing Digital Health

  The global population swells by billions every decade, and the amount of people needing medical treatment climbs wildly in turn. Human processing ability alone is no longer sufficient to sift through and service a worldwide patient list numbering in the hundreds of millions; we are outnumbering ourselves. Doctors and medical staff, tasked with mastering [...]

By | September 18th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Could Digital Health Spell the End of the Doctor’s Office?

For as long as doctors have practiced, we’ve relied on them to remedy our lumps, cuts, bruises, and breaks. When we’re stricken with sickness, or we feel an inkling of disease, our self-preservation instinct urges a trip to the doctor’s office. For those able to stomach the costs, it’s always been not just common sense, [...]

By | September 8th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

The Accessibility of Digital Health

Like any system, health care exists in a state of constant reinvention; the way we access the tools and services that facilitate our well-being is molded by shifting social circumstance, and refined by technological progress. There’s no doubt that improvements in digital health products’ market availability and processing power have rendered them more accessible than [...]

By | July 5th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

How the Consumer is Adopting and Adapting to Digital Health

  We live in an increasingly quantifiable world, a world where we can now measure and calculate everything from the nutritional content of last night’s snack, to the amount of cholesterol moving through our bloodstream. The widespread availability and navigational ease of today’s digital tech now allows us to monitor and assess nearly every conceivable [...]

By | April 25th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

The Pros and Cons of Data-Driven Marketing

    The wave of mass-information that at any given moment cascades over cyberspace is nothing short of breathtaking; according to a 2016 infographic by Excelacom, every minute humankind’s digital pastime churns out around 350,000 new tweets, 2.78 million YouTube views, 2.4 million Google searches, 150 million emails, and exponentially more.   This constant transfer [...]

By | March 24th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

How the Digitization of Healthcare Could Save You Money

  Many people believe the healthcare system in the United States at the moment is, in a word, flawed. In addition to middling levels of effectiveness, the US also claims the top spot in overall healthcare cost. According to The Journal of Health Affairs, an average American can expect to pay over $10,000 per year [...]

By | January 25th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

How Digital Health Is Giving Power Back to the Consumer

According to Pew Research, almost two-thirds of American adults own a smartphone, nearly double the 35% of respondents that indicated they did just five years ago. Naturally, with more smartphones in the pockets of Americans across the country, the capabilities of our devices continues to grow. The capabilities of digital health on our devices is [...]

By | January 6th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Why “Digital Marketing” is a Misnomer

  When you write an email to your friend, are you digital writing, or are you just writing? When you read a book on your Kindle or Nook, are you digital reading, or are you just reading? When you pay your bills online, are you digital paying, or are you just paying? If you’re anything [...]

By | December 1st, 2016|Blog|1 Comment

The Intersection of Digital Health and Digital Marketing

The Digital Revolution, as it is sometimes called, has made a lasting mark on mankind. The widespread development and subsequent adoption of digital technologies as they became available during the 1980’s was, in a word, prolific. Perhaps even more notably, the digitization of the modern world hasn’t slowed down one bit since getting its legs [...]

By | October 12th, 2016|Blog, Featured Content|0 Comments