Here is the other version of the Hello Health ad. We encourage people to talk about us. We want you to communicate. We want you to be honest. The ad is an invitation to write how we are feeling today – good or bad, lovely or nasty. People are going to say what they want. The community is going to talk about us no matter … Continue reading
Hello Health is launching this evening. However, we’ll be open for new patients in just a few days. The Barbarians created some amazing ads for us. Here’s one of them. Hello Health is about a community – a community of people partnered with their doctors to keep us as healthy as possible. Continue reading
Another nice blog post about Hello Health. Thanks Christine! Coming Soon: Dr Jay Parkinson’s Hello Health Outpost | PSFK – Trends, Ideas & Inspiration Continue reading Coming Soon: Dr Jay Parkinson’s Hello Health Outpost | PSFK – Trends, Ideas & Inspiration
Hello Health will be like when you are dating someone and it’s a rocky, rocky road and then you find the one you love and realize what you used to know was just one big mess. Contentious Relationships Between Doctors and Patients Continue reading Contentious Relationships Between Doctors and Patients
I recently returned from Quebec City through Newark and was going through customs. I filled out my customs form and stepped up to the Customs Officer at the computer. He asked me what I do and I told him “I’m a physician." He looked at me and said "Do you make house calls?" I told him I only make house calls. He said "I know … Continue reading Even the customs guy knows me.
Nice to hear that the local blogs are picking up on the Hello Health launch. Racked: Storecasting: Hello Health Says Hi to Wburg Continue reading Racked: Storecasting: Hello Health Says Hi to Wburg
So the academic discussion is now being had regarding whether or not, reading on the internet is actual reading in the traditional form. Some say online reading is more engaging and beneficial and other’s say that To Kill a Mockingbird is better for the brain. I say it’s apples and oranges. Steven Johnson wrote a book a few years back called Everything Bad is Good … Continue reading Online, R U Really Reading? Is the internet making us smarter?