Health apps may have the potential to dramatically improve people’s lives, but those based on misleading or bogus information can cause serious harm.
Taking a look at three research projects aimed at developing something that may improve end of life care for both the patient and the family.
Across hundreds of millions of daily experiences we can learn what makes a difference – for recovery, survival, relapse or quality of life.
Comfort, support, and behavioral change: all three need to interact to become the pillars of a new era in health care.
Health reform promised major changes in health IT, but will those changes reach the most at-risk populations, or only widen the divide in health disparities?
Senior Fellow for Health and Economics, National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation
Health Economist, London School of Economics
Vice President and Director, Altarum Center for Sustainable Health Spending