“The Hacker Way is an approach to building that involves continuous improvement and iteration. Hackers believe that something can always be better, and that nothing is ever complete. They just have to go fix it — often in the face of people who say it’s impossible or are content with the status quo.”
5:37 pm |
February 29 2012
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Amelia Greenhall: Habit Formation Data Model
I’ve become really interested in the part of habit forming where you do something in increasing amounts, until you find the amount and timing that makes you feel amazing.
Doing something 1x
Doing something in increasing amounts
Doing something regularly, at your minimum…
9:20 pm |
February 21 2012
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Hey hey mHealth market!
We’re gonna be big in the EU?
Some interesting findings from a PricewaterhouseCoopers report (via MobiHealthNews):
1. Worldwide mHealth market size = 23B by 2017.
2. Mobile-enabled monitoring services for chronic disease management will generate 15B in revenues by 2017.
3. Medication and treatment adherence devices + services will be 10% of the market and generate 2.3B.
4. Content and app developers are gunning for a piece of a 2.6B pie.
1:46 pm |
February 16 2012
“I actually take a different philosophy on leadership, in which your job is to hire people who come alive in the role that you’ve designed for them. If they don’t, it’s your fault that you hired the wrong person.”
— Andy Dunn, CEO, Bonobos (Fastcompany.com February 2012)
3:03 pm |
February 8 2012
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“As the industry migrates to reimbursement models based on outcomes and providers take on more risk, it will become increasingly important to truly engage the patient and their loved ones as part of the care team. Also, in highly competitive markets, providers will be seeking new approaches to not only engage consumers, but build loyalty.”
Via Chilmark Research.
Heck. Yeah. The time is coming for consumer centric health. We’ve been waiting a long, long time for this.
5:58 pm |
January 31 2012
“You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don’t try to forget the mistakes, but you don’t dwell on it. You don’t let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.”
— Johnny Cash (via misswallflower)
6:09 pm |
January 27 2012
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Only good work leads to doing more good work.
Michael Bierut of Pentagram
speaking at CreativeMornings/New York (*watch the talk)
2:28 pm |
January 25 2012
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— During this early beta, we’ve been hooking our super amazing testers up with some credit to play around with. This is actually in our code. (via habitlabs)
10:30 am |
January 24 2012
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