All things wireless for clinical support, including handhelds and medical cell phones, wireless monitoring, camera phones, or anything else that supports the digital lifestyle of the mobile professional
"Navigate popular clinical information resource effortlessly and embrace the goodness of Health 2.0," is the tagline for the information hub for various medical journals and other clinically related media such as podcasts and Web video.
I don't know what "goodness of Health 2.0" means exactly. If it means using the Web technology to have quick access to these links, I don't see why they're using Flash on the home page. Not many handhelds reliably support Flash.
What drew me to this site was a link to their medical iPhone apps listing, first in the UK, then the US. Just to note the navigation is a little confusing on this site as there isn't clear or consistent titling.
Mousing over an app title brings up a breezy description (sounds like ad copy) of the the app, and also link is provided that takes you to iTunes app store.
I wonder if their editorial staff is actually evaluating these apps, not to mention the importance of the journal articles selected. I think it's left up to the user to sift through the links--not very efficient when you think about it.
It was bound to happen. Plaxo getting all aggro about their new Plaxo Pulse that Scoble was alpha testing. Turns out that it was scraping the e-mails addresses from his Facebook account which they shut down claiming TOS violation.
Adam Bosworth, who headed the Google Health project until he left to co-found and serve as CEO of Keas, Inc., will be giving the closing keynote entitled titled "Physics, Speed and Psychology: What Works and What Doesn't in Healthcare and Why" at the 3rd Annual World Healthcare Innovation and Technology Congress, which will be held Dec. 9-11 in Washington, D.C.
Keas, Inc. doesn't have a Web site yet (I couldn't find in on Google), is being describe as "a new Health 2.0 company." I don't see anyone questioning what "Health 2.0" means. Of course, this refers to the term "Web 2.0" which in no way represents the endpoint or even a good representation of what a semantic Web may offer.