In the modern era of health research, 'sticky' technology is critical to the success of your study - creating relationships that lead to more frequent and meaningful engagement.
Lizza Miller, CEO, wrote a "letter" in response to an LA Times op-ed piece, “As I lay dying“ – a powerful depiction of a woman's experiences with the void of big data in personalized cancer care.
Health research and care are shifting drastically. Our time at the HMORN 2015 conference revealed three reoccurring themes that are major influences for this innovation.
Small data can help identify good and bad habits within a patient’s daily life. Lizza Miler answers, how do you use small data to improve patient outcomes?