Snap Scan. Interesting. Can we make it easier for users to capture and get information in health too?
Snap recently announced an upgrade to it’s ‘Scan’ feature. Now, I don’t personally use Snap, but according to Verge, the upgrade make it a whole lot more useful. Apart from the more obvious use for shopping which many rivals do as well (i.e. point camera at an item of clothing and it helping you discover […]Read More
Most health apps fail According to the 2021 Digital Health Trends report by IQVIA, 83% of apps are installed less than 5,000 times and make up only 1% of total downloads. Of apps that were removed from the app stores, 51% has less than 100 downloads. Why do health apps fail? As neatly summarised by […]Read More
Continuing on my Disney theme, the recent news that Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over the streaming of the ‘Black Widow’ movie caught my attention and reminded me of an important issue related to digital health in the NHS – how technology is paid for. So, what happened? Disney streamed the new movie at the […]Read More
I have been reading the book ‘If Disney ran your hospital – 9 ½ things you would do differently’. It’s a different and interesting take on how to put patient experience at the centre, written by someone who has experience working both within the US hospital system as well as at Disney. While patient ‘loyalty’ […]Read More
I resisted signing up to Netflix until very recently because I was struggling to find the time to watch the programmes that was filling up my Sky box. I signed up because of my kids (that’s my story and I’m sticking to it). Apart from the interesting and original content, I have long been an […]Read More