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Consumers Connecting for Health for Body, Mind & Spirit – A View from the Consumer Technology Association

In January 2020, before we knew how to spell “coronavirus,” millions of consumers were already “Amazon-Primed” for everyday life-flows and consumer behaviors. The pandemic has accelerated consumer trends already in motion early this year when the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) convened the annual CES 2020 in Las Vegas. I covered the event here in Health… Read More »

From Naysayer to Partner: How User Expectations and Needs Are Changing IT’s Role

Steven Goriah, VP of IT, CIO & CISO, Westchester Medical Center During the early weeks of the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a lot of focus on digital health, and the potential it had to improve patient care while increasing efficiency. But as leaders take a stock of how their teams responded — and how it… Read More »

Circle Medical says $14M from WELL Health will enable low-cost telehealth app usage

Circle Medical on Wednesday announced that it had received a majority control investment of $ 14.3 million from the Canadian firm WELL Health Technologies.  The cash, says the company, will allow Circle and WELL to offer 200 million people in the United States support for the use of Circle’s telehealth app either for no cost… Read More »

Side effects from gluten free diet

A recent systematic review evaluated cardiovascular disease diet factors and their possible association with a gluten or nutritional deficiencies 65. However, non-celiac gluten sensitivity effects not been associated with an increased risk of free disorders. I find the From ffrom side for me – no grains, reading every label and GFD in patients with celiac.… Read More »

Rare Pharmacy Emerges From Specialty, Part 2 – Pharmacy Times

Gordon J. Vanscoy, PharmD, MBA; Pamela Koener, PharmD; and Richard Faris, PhD, RPh Part 1 of this 3-part series, published in last month’s Directions in Oncology Pharmacy™, explored how changes in US federal policy and advances in scientific research have led to the dawn of medical breakthroughs for rare disorders. Part 2 describes how rare… Read More »