TEDMED 2013: Four Talks Dig Deep to Improve the Health of Caregivers and Patients

TEDMED 2013 is fast approaching, April 16-19. Less than 30 days away – not that we’re counting or anything! It’s

TEDMED 2013: John Maeda Explores How Design Principles Can Lead to Better Treatment

Steelcase Health is proud to once again partner with TEDMED as they bring together a multi-disciplinary community of innovators and leaders

Personalized Medicine and New Technology is Changing Patient Care

Is there a better way to manage health versus just working to cure illness? The standard model for medical care has

The Gamification of Health and Wellness

Have you bought into the gamification of health and wellness yet? Gamification, defined as the use of game-thinking and game mechanics

Mobile Health Apps Help Patients Track Care

While the jury is still out on the overall effectiveness of current mobile apps (see Mobile Apps Fail First Check-up, But Future Is Bright) one

Mobile Healthcare Apps Fail First Checkup, But Future Is Bright

As the use of smartphones and tablets continues to rise, mobile healthcare applications have started to gain momentum as a

Interviews with the CEO of the Cleveland Clinic

The Affordable Care Act, more colloquially known as Obamacare, is set to dramatically alter the healthcare industry’s status quo. The

TEDMED Tuesday: Shaping Personalized Medicine

When I first began to research the topic of Personalized Medicine, I got excited.  I thought: finally there would be

Mayo Monday: Robert Fabricant of frog design

Robert Fabricant works with a global team of strategists, interaction designers, industrial designers, technologists and design researchers. He is charged

The Veterans Health Administration and the Idea of Wellness

This is the second in a series of posts focusing on the Department of Veterans Affairs. Read the first here.

TEDMED Tuesday: The Great Challenge of Whole-Patient Care

The discussion surrounding the TEDMED Great Challenge – Whole-Patient Care is currently underway. Whole-Patient care is a wonderful concept, yet a false reality