Rx Apps

Could you be popping into your local GP sometime soon and receiving a prescription for an app on your smartphone? Yesterday, the UK Health Secretary Andrew Lansley opined: “So many people use apps every day to keep up with their friends, with the news, find out when the next bus will turn up or which […]

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I Tweet Your Weight

The nature of communication today means that we are almost always connected to each other in some form or other, whether wired or wireless. We use a variety of methods to communicate about our ‘status’ to our circles, be it through Facebook, Twitter or even good old voice calling. When it comes to communicating about […]

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a Post-IE6 world

As with many large corporate entities, pharma companies rely on their IT infrastructure to keep them in business and it can be a mammoth task to plan an upgrade route for hardware (desktops, laptops, servers etc) as well as software. With this in mind, I expect that if you work in a pharma company, you […]

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#HCSMGLOBAL

Heads up: I’ve written a post for #HCSMGLOBAL on the global information and communications technology (ICT) gap. #HCSMGLOBAL is the grass roots umbrella organization for regional #HCSM chapters who meet, discuss and influence the healthcare conversation on the social web. If you are connected with healthcare in any way (be it professionally, or maybe as […]

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