In Review: Fitbit

A few months ago, I made the decision to invest in a FitBit and start tracking my daily walking habits. I knew for a long time that I wasn’t getting enough walking done in a day….I just needed to have it confirmed with tangible evidence. I’m a hard numbers guy so I needed proof! I’ve been wanting to do a review for this thing for a while and I feel like I’ve experienced this little gadget enough to have a say in it. So…without further delay, here’s Fitbit in review! Continue reading…

The 22nd Century Patient…Today

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the millennial patient, the person who is permanently connected to his/her health data. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the pleasure of researching the many developments that health care has seen since the start of the new millenium. While the path is still unpaved, and the roadmap still uncharted, the direction is very clear: the future of health care will include the patient as a major decision maker and major player in health care delivery. Continue reading…

March is National ________ Month

When I first began writing this blog, I thought it would be a great idea to write a monthly post on national “insert disease here” month. And while that was all fine and dandy in the planning stages, upon doing some research, I quickly found that there is no such thing as a National “insert only ONE disease here” Month. Believe it or not, the month of March has a total of 6 ailments/key issues of the month, and 10 of the week/day:

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