ePatient 2015: Interviews, Reviews and More

Below is a listing of interviews, reviews and other content developed by media, bloggers and others focusing on ePatient 2015.

Reviews, Interviews and Overviews

  • - MobiHealthNews - ePatient 2015: "Care-hacking" a Convoluted Healthcare System - Click Here to View
  • - Bionicly - Interview: Fard Johnmar, Digital Health Futurist - Click Here to View
  • - HealthWorks Collective - ePatients and Trends Changing Health Care - Click Here to View
  • - Healthcare Success Strategies - The Not-A-Marketing Book Every Healthcare Marketer Should Read - Click Here to View
  • - Diabetes Mine - Sneak Peek: 15 Surprising Trends Changing Healthcare - Click Here to View
  • - HIT Consultant - ePatient 2015: 15 Surprising Trends Changing Healthcare - Click Here to View
  • - El Blog de E-Health - #Recomendacion: e-Patient - 15 sorprendentes tendencias cambiando los cuidados sanitarios - Click Here to View
  • - The Conversation Agent - How Technology is Impacting the Future of Healthcare - Click Here to View
  • - North Carolina Health News - Health 2.0 Attempts to Understand the ePatient of the Future - Click Here to View
  • Television, Video and Audio Interviews

    • - Bloomberg Surveillance - What is the Future of Health Care? - Click Here to View
    • - Pulse and Signal - Announcing ePatient 2015: 15 Surprising Trends Changing Healthcare - Click Here to View
    • - The Stupid Cancer Show - On the Web As a Social Support Engine and CareHacking - Click Here to View
    • - The We All Got Issues Show - 15 Surprising Trends in Healthcare - Click Here to View
    • - This Week in Health Innovation - ePatient 2015: Rohit Bhargava and Fard Johnmar - Click Here to View

    Articles and Reports Inspired by Trends Introduced in ePatient 2015

    • - Forbes - Should Your Health App Be Culturally Sensitive? - Click Here to View
    • - Forbes - Star Trek 'Tricorder' Provides Vital Nutrition Information - Click Here to View
    • - Med City News - Up Next for CareHacking Startups: Transforming Data into Action - Click Here to View
    • - The Ethical Nag - First, the Quantified Self. Now, the Over-Quantified Self - Click Here to View
    • - Medical Marketing and Media - Patients Sound Off on Helping Pharma Find New Molecules - Click Here to View
    • - The ePatient Experience - Predicting the Future of ePatients - Click Here to View