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Telemedicine and Telehealth

By Jim Fisher, Ph.D. / March 27, 2020

Telehealth techniques and applications have been on the discussion agenda for many years. As technology has progressed, so, too, has the use of this tool.

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What are we afraid of?

By Catrina Salama, M.A. / March 20, 2020

In some cases, fear can paralyze, but it’s more likely to galvanize us into action. Which, as all of us are beginning to discover, begs yet another question: Is it the right action?

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Dr. Google and the Coronavirus outbreak

By Marc Chechik / March 6, 2020

Google has become, for many, a go-to source for health questions and, not coincidentally, to resolve deep-seated fears.

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Here Comes The New

By Jim Fisher, Ph.D. / February 21, 2020

Today, change is propelled by digitization, automation, artificial intelligence and all manner of technological advancement. Are you ready for this new? And the disruption and displacement it brings?

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Nightingale: The Big Story on Big Data

By Marc Chechik / February 5, 2020

Healthcare professionals must reconcile years of education and training with overwhelming amounts of incomplete data.

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Behind the Mind: Affect Heuristic

By Catrina Salama, M.A. / January 22, 2020

Our emotions influence our actions.

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