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Conversational AI and Chatbots Fill Pharma Engagement Gap

The reality for patients with chronic conditions is that they often need access to care 24/7, and they, as well as their caregivers, have a lot of questions about their disease state and medication. T

Disrupting health care is serious business.

The next great breakthrough in healthcare isn’t any one product; it’s a fundamental system-wide strategic realignment that puts people at the center of their care. That’s why Next IT is presenting The

Cool New Companies to Watch: Estimote

The Alme platform’s ability to integrate with other technologies gives it incredible versatility. With its “Nearable” technology, Estimote offers exciting possibilities for management of chronic disea

Can technology save us?

During a recent trip to SXSW Interactive 2015, it was evident that health apps and wearables are hot technologies. Find out how people are using them and how they think they could be improved.

Are Patients Being Forgotten In the Health Tech Surge?

The surge of new technology leveraging big data and artificial intelligence holds the promise of improved healthcare for everyone – but these tools will only be effective if they’re designed to be eng

Shaping the Future of Person-Centric Care

Modern medicine’s advances are nothing short of miraculous, but until guidelines for effective treatment can be easily understood and followed by every patient, its benefits have proven to be short-li

Patients need a support system to stay healthy

In a recent MedCity News article, Next IT Chief Medical Officer Thomas Morrow, M.D., shines a light on our nation’s struggle with following doctor’s orders.

Life with a VHA – Technologist’s Cut

“Life with a Virtual Health Assistant,” has elicited quite a bit of feedback. In “Life with a Virtual Health Assistant – Technologist’s Cut,” two Next IT EVPs give you a rundown of the tech that bring

Field report: World Congress Summit

Next IT’s Victor Morrison and Thomas Morrow, M.D. recently attended the World Congress Summit – a gathering of leaders in the healthcare industry. What they found was a need for adherence-boosting tec

Lancet article confirms need for behavior change agent

Chronic disease is a leading killer in the U.S., and its causes are largely avoidable. Now, a newly mature technology is giving physicians the tools they need to effect behavior change.