Researchers at Pennsylvania State University launched a student survey in a multi-pronged ongoing initiative to create a safer environment across the university's 23 campus locations. It will [...]
stopCOPD ResearchKit app is available for download in the Apple iTunes App store. It is the latest offering by the COPD Foundation, in collaboration with DatStat, to help improve the lives of [...]
Patient-Powered Networks, such as patient registries, are important for accelerating research and improving health outcomes. These 8 examples of PPNs know how to put the patient first and provide [...]
Leveraging "sticky" technology allows patient-powered networks and disease management programs to create strong relationships with, and continually engage, patients.
Apple's ResearchKit helps researchers reach a wider participant population by providing a convenient way to contribute health data through the iPhone. However, some limitations exist including [...]
Payers and pharma organizations are quickly realizing they need to provide extra benefits to patients for their participation in health research. Here are 3 examples of how to accomplish this.
The constraints that magnify health problems can make the simple act of collecting data for a global health research study difficult. The key to success is leveraging ‘sticky’ technology.
Health organizations are beginning to implement technology thanks to meaningful use, but are we really leveraging these new technologies to their fullest abilities when capturing patient data?
Aggregating patient data from multiple sources to become big data will undoubtedly accelerate health research and care, but several concerns remain to be completely addressed.
Here are five technology advancements that have greatly impacted researchers, some more recent and some easily overlooked as revolutionary. The results are transforming the influence of research.