When it seemed like this monthly post would only have a couple of links, many interesting posts poped out in my Feedly and started sharing compulsively in the last days. Many things are happening in my life compulsively in lately. I anticipate a post about some news in the coming days. In the meantime, this is this month’s links summary: The Importance Of Having A Purpose In Digital Transformation And Innovation To be placed in the wall and to read it every day: Technology isn’t the answer. It’s an essential…read more
Some of the greatest challenges physicians face on their daily work are: Monitoring patients only happen when in hospital or while doing the tests Patients do not follow the treatment they prescribe Electronic consumer devices can bridge the first gap gathering data constantly, and enhanced data analysis can help prescribing personalized treatments, controlling if the patient follows that treatment and coach the patient to achieve better adherence to it.
Short but quite intense this month of February. It’s been a month when some expectations have been clarified, and where some people I had developed quite tight bonds have decided to change their professional path and look for new adventures (it won’t be me the one to criticize this). It is surprising how days pass by and how things happen. The new year start to define its shape and it looks like we are going to have fun. Let’s keep on summarizing links in the meantime: Why I won’t whitelist…read more
New technical problems in this blog to start the year. I had no other option but to forget the previous technical setup and re-build Anotado from scratch. Learning new things every day. Regarding the links, quite interesting subjects to spend some time reading and thinking, and the newness of a new concept I believe I have created myself: branded container (as the opposite of branded content). Quite good start of the year after all: Cryptojacking Has Gotten Out of Control within the melange of sketchy uses, it’s troubling to consider…read more
2017 is ending and I’m back on the low sharing routine. And I am running our of excuses although the truth is that I have spending too much time trying to fix my quest for a free hosting with the basic quality to support the very limited traffic of this blog. I just implemented the migration to a new one. I believe it is the fifth one I try in the last months. Let’s see if it is good enough to let me focus in other stuff in the coming…read more
This has been a slightly more productos month compared to the previous ones, with links quite focused in healthcare, what is a surprising coincidence. And this is not due to having more time or dedicatins, it has just happened. And there would have been some additional link but there’s been a failure at Buffer that held some of the links i wanted to share. No problem, it is quite likely they will be in next month’s post. Here they are: How a Startup Accelerator at Boston Children’s Hospital Helps Launch Companies Digital…read more
Just another week with a few links. And surprisingly, coming from different sources, three of them are about similar concepts: privacy and security. The first one about the use of Blockchain to increase the privacy of electronic health records. The second one posted in a blog whose main focus is IT security and privacy. And the third one about the meta information that is accesible when we use messaging apps. More interested in these topics every day. 16 Percent of Healthcare Companies to Have Commercial Blockchain Solutions in 2017 To further…read more