For most couples going through their first pregnancy your world is full of questions, doubts, second guesses, and a lot of trepidation in expectation of the first birth. Many of us have been there. Anything that can help relieve some of the worry is welcomed with open arms, and for the founder of Bloom Life, his experience led to the creation of Belli. Listen in after the break on his story and what drives him to innovate in the health care ecosystem.

Written by Guest Blogger, Tamara StClaire, chief innovation officer, Xerox Healthcare The New Paradigm of Health Care Delivery Imagine for a moment, a day in the life of a type 2 diabetic: While her efforts to stay physically active, maintain a balanced...

Post Written By Guest Blogger, Kelly Dano In the changing environment of the United States’ healthcare system, technology has come to the forefront of improving patient care, making it more efficient and cost-effective, while advancing quality of care. With the ever-growing...

  Kay-Eron-Mobility   A Q&A With Dr. Mark Blatt by Kay Eron   Mobile technology and its potential impact on healthcare is a hot topic, and for good reason. With new sensors, medical devices and end-to-end solutions constantly being unveiled as the “next big thing,” the growing focus on technology is understandable. While mobile technology is key to improving anytime, anywhere access to care and reducing costs, personalized care, better patient outcomes and a new model of care will always rely on a personal and collaborative relationship between doctor and patient. Recently, I sat down with Dr. Mark Blatt, a family physician and early adopter of technology prior to becoming Intel’s Worldwide Medical Director, to get his unique perspective on mobile device innovation, the patient-doctor experience and the potential impact on a new model of care.

    Post written by Linda Stotsky   We were all reminded of the late, great blues singer BB King when he recently passed. His songs speak to us through a universal struggle of compromise and conflict; the life and death of living. During...

          How Open Health Data will Accelerate Care Delivery Innovation. ( apigee ) Thinking Cap Lets You Control a Prosthetic Hand. ( psfk ) Americans Believe Their Medical Data Should be Shared With Their Providers. ( e-patients.net ) The Challenge for Technology at the...

  Post Originally Published on LinkedIn by Ron Amodeo   The Irish Elk was the largest deer that ever lived. It's antlers were massive, spanning twelve feet across. But it thrived for only a short time -- maybe four hundred thousand years (400,000...

A post by our friend, and Transform Community member @joyclee, Doctor as Designer, from the University of Michigan  I started my journey as Doctor as Designer almost one year ago, which was my personal story of participatory design for health. I joined...

http://youtu.be/stXbnYeQFJQ   Article Written By UMR Student Writer Kate Scheffler  Registration for Transform 2014 is now open here. With the diagnosis of diabetes, patient’s lives are forever impacted by managing blood glucose levels, watching their diet, and living with insulin pumps. Those with insulin pumps...