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Posts Tagged ‘fitbit’

Fitbit in Digital Health

Some really interesting discussion on the future for provider and payer portals and apps, from the perspective of Bobby Bouthillette from Fitbit Health Solutions, arose during this week’s Connected Health conference. Consumer demand for health and wellness options creates huge opportunity for consumer brands like Fitbit. They can bridge the gap between traditional healthcare players […]

How I Used CA MAS and the FHIR Developer Portal for a Healthcare iOS Demo

If you stopped by our Perficient booth at CA World, you would have seen our “Healthee Hub” healthcare demo running on our big screen. The iOS app was developed for the event to showcase CA technologies including CA Mobile Application Services and the CA Mobile API Gateway. The objective was to demo some capabilities to […]

Wearable Tech

Everything is getting smarter—phones, trashcans, scales that tweet (so cruel).  There are even implanted digital do-dads, like pacemakers, helping to improve life for those with particular medical needs.  So it seems inevitable that clothing would not be immune.  Digital novelty wear, such as kids shoes that light up with each step, or shirts that light […]

8 Productivity Hacks to Help You Work Smarter

I’m a bit of a productivity addict so I’m always looking for ways to make my day more productive without adding more time. My productivity starts the moment I wake up and includes some new tech and some old-tech. Sleep Cycle – Wake up Early & Rested Nobody likes the abrupt, annoying buzzing of an […]

Personal Health Data: Giving Patients and Doctors Something To Talk About

One of the most intriguing movements in the healthcare industry today is participatory medicine. Participatory medicine holds a lot of promise and seems to be gaining momentum among both patients and healthcare professionals. Nevertheless, participatory medicine is far from the standard of care, and one of the biggest barriers is actually getting patients interested in […]