Tag Archive: Dossia

by Naveen Rao | May 28, 2014

Use As Directed: Getting the Most Out of Patient Engagement Technology

Adoption Strategy Healthcare organizations (HCO) are slowly beginning to approach patient engagement with a strategic outlook that goes beyond the […]

by John Moore | May 28, 2010

Google’s Irrelevancy Leading to Demise?

Since its initial launch to much fanfare, Google Health has struggled to be relevant.  Since its formal launch in May […]

by John Moore | October 26, 2009

Round Two: A Dossia Update

Last Friday had the chance to meet up with the folks at Dossia, the personal health platform (PHP) formed by […]

by John Moore | March 18, 2009

Labs, PHRs, Platforms & Consumer Engagement: A Presentation

Gave the Keynote presentation this morning at the Lab InfoTech Summit here in Las Vegas.  The organizer, Bruce Friedman, Professor […]

by John Moore | January 30, 2009

Connecting to Health Coaches with Wii Fit

The extremely popular Wii gaming system will begin connecting directly to health professionals in April.  It appears that this will […]

by John Moore | November 20, 2008

The Google Health Strategy

Chilmark Research is furiously working on its next report that will take an in-depth look at the three major platform […]

by John Moore | November 10, 2008

Cleveland Clinic & HealthVault Unite

In an interesting twist, Cleveland Clinic and Microsoft’s HealthVault Grp announced a partnership this morning to address chronic disease management. […]

by John Moore | October 29, 2008

Google, Microsoft, Dossia & WebMD: Panel Highlights

One of the treats of this week’s Connected for Health Symposium was the opportunity to moderate a panel entitled: Personal […]

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