Tag Archives: Disease Management

Shopping for Insurance? We’ve Got You Covered

Is my prescription covered? What’s my copay? Choosing a health insurance plan that gets you the most bang for your buck is daunting. For many, medication price and coverage is a crucial decision factor. Meanwhile, drug prices vary under different … Continue reading

News & Updates

Glow, a data company providing health insurance solutions, raised $6M in funding from Founders Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, and several strategic angel investors. The company’s Glow app helps women track their fertility and pregnancy, as well as access a non-profit infertility … Continue reading

News & Updates

babyQ, an iPhone app to help pregnant women improve maternal and fetal health, launched its supporting website under the same name. babyQ provides customized advice using research-based, physician-approved data  along with data generated from a brief survey about the user’s … Continue reading

John Holland on AMC Health’s Disease Management System

  AMC Health is a 10 year old in-home patient monitoring telehealth company. Senior Vice President for Research and Business Development at AMC Health John Holland talks about the company’s strategy for monitoring patients transitioning from the hospital to their … Continue reading

Mitchell Poll Reveals that Boomers will Purchase Health Care Apps

A common conversation amongst Boomers is that we all want to live longer and we all want more active lives.  Ask almost any Boomer what he or she thinks about getting older and you’ll hear the proclamation, “I’m not giving … Continue reading

Getting the PHR privacy and Deborah Peel issue off my chest

I’m a card carrying member of the ACLU. I oppose the Patriot Act. And I absolutely oppose the current Administration’s decision to ignore the FISA law that already bends over backwards to help the government spy on Americans whom it … Continue reading

Disease Management 2.0?

It seems like it has become fashionable in the Health 2.0 community to say: 1. Disease management doesn’t work 2. We need to incentivize people to stay healthy and not get sick in the first place While I agree with … Continue reading