A combo of precision meds and diagnostics could disrupt mental healthcare

Listen to the article 8 min This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. For the 615 million people worldwide living with a mental health condition, treatment often falls short. More than 70% of those with depression don’t have success with the first antidepressant medication they try, and more than a … Read more

Tracking trends in healthcare, from tech to patient care

Listen to the article 7 min This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. Every year, the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, a nonprofit organization whose core purpose is to further the advancement and impact of women in the healthcare business, honors a wide array of executives. Last week, we talked to some … Read more

Case Study: Florence Healthcare Gets Bold with AI-Driven Solutions

A lot of people think of marketing as artsy logos, creative ads, and eye-catching billboards. But marketing is so much more than what we see on the surface. Marketing, when done well, is strategic, data-driven, and aligned with an organization’s goals—and bottom line. This kind of marketing propels growth and future-proofs revenue, and it relies … Read more

Laura Randa’s aim to break down mental healthcare barriers for disabled patients

Listen to the article 6 min This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. Laura Randa calls her 20-year-old daughter, Lauren, a “rock star,” and rattles off Lauren’s many accomplishments without much prompting: She’s been a nationally competitive figure skater, was a National Merit finalist and is a student at University … Read more

Healthcare Watch April 2022 | PM360

Doctor Docs: Physicians are Fed Up with COVID-19 Misinformation According to a Sermo survey, 81% of physicians say social media misinformation has caused an existential crisis in their profession. Around the world, 55% of physicians are saying that COVID vaccine misinformation is-19 becoming an issue when meeting with patients, according to a Sermo survey of … Read more