The Sept. 20, 2016 issue of JAMA includes, “Effect of Wearable Technology Combined With a Lifestyle Intervention on Long-term Weight Loss; The IDEA Randomized Clinical Trial.” This study compared weight loss programs using a standard protocol and an enhanced protocol using an
The online news service Medical News Today posted “Could wearable biosensors become part of drug rehab programs?” on 6-27-16. The article reviews a recently published research study that found that wristband sensors provide helpful information about patients receiving opioid pain
Neuropsychologist and blogger W. Howard Buddin, Jr., Ph.D., posts irregularly on his blog and NeuropsychNow.com website. He seems to be a reliable source of information about neuropsychology and, of particular interest to mhconcierge.com, helpful practice resources. Here are a few
By Richard Sethre, Psy.D., L.P., with generous research support provided by Procentive The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, or “Obamacare”) includes many major changes in the delivery of healthcare, including increased communication between medical providers to coordinate care.
The Wall Street Journal published “A Computer That Can Hear a Marriage in Trouble” on 12-23-15. The article reports on a study that used a computer program that analyzed speech of couples to see if it the results could help