NeoCon 2013: Day One

Steelcase Health’s Director of Industrial Design Alan Rheault leads a group through the Steelcase Health showroom. Alan led the charge in

It Matters: Helping Patients Engage in Their Own Care

There is a reason the February issue of Health Affairs magazine called the concept of patient activation and engagement the

How Space Can Improve The Healthcare Experience

Going into TEDMED, our goal for the Steelcase Health space in the Hive was to facilitate experiences and conversations during

Medical Technology Changes Interface Between Patients and Doctors

According to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, systematic communication between healthcare providers, patients and their families results in

Interview with Shiv Gaglani of Medgadget

We spoke with Shiv Gaglani, a medical student and editor at Medgadget who set up and ran the Smartphone Physicals in

Leanne West of Georgia Tech Reflects on TEDMED 2013

In the TEDMED tradition, great minds come together to collaborate, be inspired, and discuss the future of healthcare. Leanne West, Director

A Conversation with Roz Cama: The Black Bag Is Now an iPad

Everyone knows the archetype of the traditional doctor, carrying around his black bag, filled to the brim with various instruments

TEDMED 2013: Can the Smartphone and a Few Apps Change the Face of the Traditional Physical?

Glucose. Blood pressure. Cholesterol. Weight. Add a few additional routine checks, and you have the makeup of the traditional physical.

Tensions Within Healthcare Lead to Innovation

The theme of TEDMED 2013 is “Creating unexpected connections to drive innovation.” While contemplating the idea that unexpected connections drive

Steelcase Health at TEDMED 2013: April 16-19

TEDMED 2013 is only a little more than than 2 weeks away, and the team at Steelcase Health is growing 

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