HealthLeaders Media Staff, September 8, 2017 OTC remedies, snacks, and personal care products are a few of the available products. CVS Pharmacy is introducing automated retail vending machines stocked with convenient, on-the-go necessities, including OTC health products, “better-for-you” snacks, and popular personal care products typically sold at CVS Pharmacy locations nationwide, it reports. The new vending machines are designed to help maximize convenience and meet … Continue reading CVS Pharmacy Launching Automated Retail Vending Machines | HealthLeaders Media
Written by Natalie Silver | Published on September 22, 2015 Medically Reviewed by The Healthline Medical Review Team on September 22, 2015 You know you should see a dermatologist for rashes, moles, acne, and other skin conditions. However, fitting a visit to the dermatologist into your busy schedule can be difficult. Telemedicine is making it easier for people to receive care for their skin conditions. … Continue reading HEALTHLINE: The 6 Best Dermatology Telemedicine Sites
Health App Usage Soars As Prescription For Consumer Medical Needs By Bruce Japsen, Forbes, Contributor DECEMBER 10, 2015 – From the doctor’s office and pharmacies to health insurers and drug makers, the use of health apps is expected to take off next year, according to a new report. The trend is being fueled in part by the move away from fee-for-service medicine to value-based care … Continue reading FORBES: Consumers demanding more convenient medical care service with the help of apps.
Physician hiring app uses “Uber method” to disrupt billion dollar Locums industry By Iltifat Husain, MD | November 23, 2015 Overall I’ve been pretty skeptical of the hype surrounding healthcare startups that try to emulate Uber. The skepticism isn’t necessarily at the business model, it’s the hype in the valuation and how the startups will “change” medicine that gives me pause. No — having a … Continue reading TECHNOLOGY, HEALTHCARE, UBER and APPS: “While building a platform that crosses states might be difficult, a more regional app would be easier to pull off …”