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Delivering workplace wellness via mobile tools

By | October 5th, 2017|Categories: Front page article, Future, Global, Innovation, mHealth Resources, Resources|

Consumers increasingly link to their social networks, watch sports events, and get news updates via smart mobile devices. So it should not be surprising that mobile tools are likely to play a major role in [...]

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The Most Significant Innovation in Modern Healthcare Isn’t a Drug. It’s Your Cell Phone.

By | September 10th, 2017|Categories: Future, Innovation|

by Kristin Houser on September 10, 2017 Doctors on Call From life-saving medications to cutting-edge treatments, the healthcare industry thrives on constant innovation. However, according to one expert, the biggest recent breakthrough in healthcare isn’t [...]

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Quality Healthcare Through eHealth Platform

By | April 21st, 2017|Categories: Global, Innovation, mHealth Resources|Tags: , , |

ClickMedix’s eHealth platform enables doctors across the world to serve more patients at lower costs, while empowering local health workers to learn from medical experts abroad. Published by Sustainia, April 21 2017 ClickMedix is a [...]

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Pathways to Scale: A guide for early-stage global health innovators on business models and partnership approaches to scale-up

By | December 22nd, 2016|Categories: Featured, Field Stories, Front page article, Global, India, India, Medtronic, mHealth Resources, Press|

RATIONALE FOR THE PATHWAY CHOSEN (pg 16) • While Medtronic had many of the capabilities needed to develop and scale up Shruti iHear, it needed external partners locally to develop a ground level innovation: Once [...]

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Digital Health: Heaven or Hell – Better Coordinated Care

By | December 5th, 2016|Categories: Future, Global, Health Reform, Research, US|

Better Coordinated Care Pg. 18 A growing proportion of patients are in contact with a multiplicity of different professionals and agencies with no clearly defined person leading care. Without effective coordination there is a significant [...]

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Interviews With Business Call To Action’s ‘Breakthrough SMES’ ClickMedix

By | September 22nd, 2016|Categories: Featured, Front page article, Global, Innovation, Medtronic, Press, Resources|

The company: ClickMedix The inclusive business initiative: providing affordable and quality health services to under-served populations by connecting patients to doctors through mobile technologies and community-based health providers to achieve continuous healthcare delivery to patients. Social [...]

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MIT Sloan’s India Lab Helps Jodhpur School Of Public Health Project On Type 2 Diabetes

By | August 12th, 2016|Categories: Field Stories, India, Resources|

BY OUR CORRESPONDENT ON AUGUST 12, 2016MIT SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, NEWS A four-member students’ team from MIT Sloan recently participated in an India Lab action learning project with the Jodhpur School of Public Health to study the [...]

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When Women Social Entrepreneurs Collaborate: Big Problems Get Solved – Food Access

By | July 2nd, 2016|Categories: Featured, Field Stories, Front page article, Innovation, News, Press|

Published on Frobes.com JUN 28, 2016 @ 06:07 PM When Women Social Entrepreneurs Collaborate: Big Problems Get Solved By Tara Roberts DC Greens and ClickMedix collaborate to tackle food access challenge On June [...]

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