Monthly Archives: May 2014
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[tc_5min code=”518230914″] For today’s episode of Cribs, we crossed the continent and headed to New York City to check out the headquarters of online stock photography powerhouse Shutterstock. Fittingly, Shutterstock has created its home in one of Manhattan’s most picturesque places, the Empire State Building. The recently renovated office, which takes…
Building the sustainable urban environment will not happen by accident. Global leaders are gathering in Copenhagen to discuss strategies for continued expansion and acceleration of the effort. Learn More: Eurovision Song Contest: sustainability a ‘focal point’ for host Copenhagen.
National Health Coordinator Dr. Karen DeSalvo says DX and Health IT industry need to ‘get real for people’
Denver: I agree with National Health Coordinator Dr. DeSalvo that people need to understand the importance of electronic health records and medical data. The US medical community need to get over their fears of using HealthIT or that insurance companies will tell them how to practice medicine — as if the insurance doesn’t already. In the […]
The inevitable use of smartphones and mobile devices are making their way into our every day lives and are helping people manage their health outcomes. The National Institutes of Health has started a new mhealth grants program offering awards of up to $500,000. The NIH is a accepting applications today through May. Technologies that address self management of […]