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The Quantified Self: Using Technology to Improve Health - At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), there were an abundance of products based on the growing phenomenon of the quantified self, which is simply the use of technology to improve one’s health and well being. This trend toward self-health management has been rapidly gaining momentum, with increasing industry buzz and news coverage, along with inclusion in MDG Advertising’s “The Digital Diagnosis” infographic. #Digital…

The trend toward self-health management has been rapidly gaining momentum, with increasing industry buzz and news coverage, while the heathcare industry is developing digital processes to meet the needs of today’s tech-savvy patients.

10 Jobs That You Could Have In 2030 | Your job seems normal now. In 15 years, when someone tells you they're a simplicity expert or a robot counselor, you won't blink an eye.

10 Jobs That You Could Have In 2030

Your job seems normal now. In 15 years, when someone tells you they’re a simplicity expert or a robot counselor, you won’t blink an eye.

Every now and then, a healthcare organization creates a stellar piece of content, launches a particularly clever social media campaign, or proves that they just get their target audience in a way t…

8 Examples of Brilliant Healthcare Marketing

Email Alive and Well in Healthcare Marketing - Health Works Collective

Mobile is an exceptional invention helping people to stay engaged with others. It is now a significant change in the world after the introduction of internet. A study issued by US professionals in which they found that about 71% of adults are using wireless devices and smartphones.

How Healthcare Brands Can Nurture the Mom Market with Mobile Apps

With the healthcare market looking more the retail industry every single day, it appears that the prescription for healthcare marketers is to approach patients like retail consumers.

With the healthcare market looking more the retail industry every single day, it appears that the prescription for healthcare marketers is to approach patients like retail consumers.

With today’s technology, you can see a doctor instantly in many cases for the doctor's prescribed medication, from your smartphone, no matter where you are. Telemedicine and telehealth apps are significantly making healthcare more convenient, more economical, more preventative, and in most cases downright better.

Here are few medical, health, and wellness apps and online services that are changing healthcare.

Healthcare Marketers Must Care About Protecting Patient Privacy -- In healthcare, the experiences of fellow patients can be extremely effective in driving people toward treatment. This is especially true in substance-use cases, where case studies have been proven to urge others to seek treatment. But healthcare marketing experts must uphold high ethical standards and respect patient privacy when using these case studies for outside marketing purposes.

Healthcare Marketers Must Care About Protecting Patient Privacy

#Spondylosis is nothing like traveling in the time of age (usually 40 years), the disappearance of intervertebral discs of the spine. #Spondyloza  to nic innego, jak postępujący w raz z wiekiem (przeważnie po 40 roku życia), zanik...

is nothing like traveling in the time of age (usually 40 years), the disappearance of intervertebral discs of the spine. to nic innego, jak postępujący w raz z wiekiem (przeważnie po 40 roku życia), zanik.

How to match your message with the right social media site (infographic)

How to match your message with the right social media site (infographic

Healthcare Social Media: Choose the Best Tools for the Job (Infographic) - New Media Communication - Healthcare for Tomorrow - Anicca Media - Leveraging Your Digital Presence with Confidence

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Institute of Medicine Infographic: The Possibilities for Health Care

The Healthcare Marketer The Healthcare Marketer’s Online Resource

How Healthcare Researchers Use Twitter to Track the Flu - Social media has been working its way into the healthcare industry over the last few years and now the latest use is through the use of Twitter as a flu-tracking tool. Scientists at Johns Hopkins University are now employing the social media platform to monitor flu activity across the U.S. Smartblogs.com reported on how researchers are using social media to track this health epidemic. #Healthcare #Marketing

To learn more about the power of creative healthcare marketing and how the digital age is redefining healthcare, contact MDG Advertising today.

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