Networks, Cities, and Data: The Future of Better H...

If you’re not convinced the future of healthcare has arrived, just wait a few days:  it should be coming to a mobile device or a big box store near you soon: Quantified-self software by which you can monitor every bodily function and have the data integrated into your medical record. Low-cost Genomic profiling to identify your disease risks. Biomarker-directed personalized drugs that are optimally efficacious for your particular molecular sub-group of disease. Self-help health maintenance tools to integrate all that bodily function monitoring and your genomics profile with the right drugs and food/exercise choices to slow or prevent...

@FKHealth Reporting Live From #HDPalooza

Digital health is a topic that brings together experts from often seemingly divergent groups: entrepreneurs, technologists, investors, journalists, academics, researchers and government leaders. These different perspectives shed light on the complexities and interconnectedness involved in the delivery of quality healthcare. At Health Datapalooza 2014, the premier national conference focused on unleashing the power of open health data, we experienced what happens when you get these people in the same room. Over the course of three days in Washington, D.C., attendees participated in workshops and challenges, listened to industry thought...

Visualizing Digital Healthcare Data

It is no surprise that communications strategies that drive meaningful changes in health outcomes need to be heavily grounded in up-to-date research. Increasingly that research focuses on digital health information as health-related queries continue to dominate Google searches and patients becoming increasingly comfortable sharing personal health information online. In many cases, we are researching everything from conversation trends to social sharing to web traffic to get a better understanding of how our clients can strategically tailor their messages. Besides using this data to inform messaging strategies, another major opportunity that...

Here’s to the Next 25

Feinstein Kean Healthcare has spent the past 25 years laboring productively in the vineyards of disruptive innovation. The firm was born in the cradle of biotech and worked with many of the industry’s pioneers. We were there in the early days of stem cell research, oncogenes and immunotherapies, nanotech, many of the “omics” and, more recently, big data, cognitive gaming and the digitization of medicine. We’ve helped to open up entirely new categories of treatment in many disease areas, and changed the mindset in others. We were the first in the communications industry to anticipate the impact of personalized medicine—and (thanks...