• Facebook and Google for support groups?

    Facebook and Google for support groups?

    2 billion people on Facebook. Why not? Facebook is fun and it makes us feel good as we share our experiences with people that like us. In this article, we will discuss the pros and cons of using Facebook and Google in your support group. Do I really want my group on my wall? Facebook’s objectives are to get people spending as much time online

  • 5 things that make hit healthcare apps

    5 things that make hit healthcare apps

    Yesterday we looked at the notion of Flavorgasmic healthcare apps  – the kind of mobile healthcare apps that look fabulous at first glance but just don’t have staying power. Instead of technology coolness,let’s reframe the question of what makes hit healthcare apps in terms of the kind of value that a mobile healthcare app provides

  • Flavorgasmic healthcare apps – here to stay or here to lay?

    Flavorgasmic healthcare apps – here to stay or here to lay?

    November 30, 2008 Urban Word of the Day When eating food so good that you let out an involuntary moan, usually the first bite; also as an adjective – flavorgasmic. I downloaded this unbelievable healthcare app yesterday for my iPhone. I swear when I clicked the first page I had a total flavorgasm. The 80-20

  • Why Android will be the biggest selling medical devices in the world by the end of 2012

    Why Android will be the biggest selling medical devices in the world by the end of 2012

    Android and the iPhone are the biggest selling medical devices in the world. The impact on healthcare is enormous. Consider the popular Runkeeper app and how it fits nicely into a community of runners and then consider how a support group for people with diabetes can use their diabetes management app to share information and

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