One of the best things about modern advances is the role that technology is playing in our day-to-day lives and the ways it is improving healthcare. As a leader in emerging tech and women’s health, it’s clear to me that technology is playing a key role in shaping our healthcare’s future.
These are some popular hobbies that seniors and retirees love and rely on to support their physical and mental health. Many involve little or very little expense but offer a tremendous amount of enjoyment, social engagement, or other benefits that are important to retirees. 1. Learn a new language Learning
Ever since the dawn of healthcare, physicians have been seeking more effective and efficient ways of curing ailments. Therefore, the use of emerging technologies in healthcare is both an expected and necessary way for healthcare providers to offer treatments that are safer for the patient. This list of the top
Sometimes I joke that we’ve been talking about the Millennial generation for so long, they got old. Old enough, at least, to start families. And thus Millennials were a central focus at the Juvenile Product Manufacturers Association conference in California, where I spoke earlier this month. The JPMA represents companies that serve
I recently helped with a research paper on the future of “algorithms”–a once-techy term that now generically refers to computer software that uses rules to make decisions. Software, for example, that takes complex data like your financial information and then generates a credit score. Algorithms now do everything from pricing
Can government keep up with the accelerating rate of technologic change? The answer is, usually not. In the US, at least, government moves slowly and is captive to multiple conflicting influences. Legislators react after problems arise, and even then may not fully understand the underlying technology. Instead, insurance companies may