Will Sales force be replaced by the digital tools?: Recent information from the pharmaceutical industry suggests a new approach to selling products and services to the healthcare professional.
Every year it becomes even more difficult for sales reps in the pharmaceutical industry to see doctors in order to promote their company and their products. The [...]Continue Reading →
Kevin Ashton, one of the best known and most successful of a new generation of leaders in high tech innovation, first coined the phrase / term The Internet of Things, (IoT), in 1999. The IoT was best defined by the McKinsey Quarterly, Mar ‘10 as… “sensors & actuators embedded in physical objects — from roadways [...]Continue Reading →
In the final part of a series of posts, we conclude with: Telehealth and Telecare – Efficiency in Healthcare Services Enabled by Technology Innovation : Part VI – Mobile communications at the heart of hospital transformation
Do you run a business?, imagine running / managing one that has its budget cut, has to meet higher productivity targets, [...]Continue Reading →
The iPad is already the second biggest part of Apple’s business as measured by revenue after less than two years on the market. In the June quarter, the iPad generated $6 billion in revenue versus the Mac which generated $5 billion.
The real story for Apple continues to be the iPhone which did $13.3 billion in sales for [...]Continue Reading →
Fixed broadband services in India have grown at a steady, but unspectacular, pace since their introduction in 2003. Providers had signed up 11.5 million subscribers at the end of Q1 2011, up 31 percent from a year earlier. Nevertheless, Indian broadband penetration stands at only 5 percent of households. In contrast, 34 percent of [...]Continue Reading →
The online division produced another bad quarter with an operating loss of $728 million. For the twelve month period ending in June 30, 2011, Microsoft’s online division has lost $2.6 billion.
At some [...]Continue Reading →
Part V – A New Paradigm for Telehealth Implementation: In part V we explain the current experiences and strategies to support the treatment of patients in their own home through the remote monitoring of physiological signals. The benefits of such remote monitoring are wide-ranging; the patient can continue to live their normal life, their [...]Continue Reading →
Part IV – Extending medical care to the home using wireless :The figures speak for themselves, (see graphs below), aging population increasing, NHS Costs as part of National GDP rising and a looming spending deficit in the future. A “silver tsunami” is threatening to blow healthcare provision and healthcare management into the ocean of despair. In [...]Continue Reading →
With an aging population, healthcare spending in the United States is on the rise. The country gets average marks in life expectancy and number of acute hospital days per capita, but spends substantially more than other countries as a percent of GDP.Continue Reading →
SEO (search engine optimization) campaigns are a huge deal for companies in this technology driven world. By making sure you use unique keywords, the likelihood people will find your product first is very important in this competitive society. This infographic not only shows the different ways to work your SEO campaign but also shows how [...]Continue Reading →
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