New Series Looks at Latest Health IT Trends Starting with Google Glass
The Health IT landscape and culture is fast-paced. In my efforts to keep up with the pace of change, I find a lot of exciting, inspiring, and/or intriguing stories, and I got to thinking, I’m learning so much — you might enjoy or benefit from the stuff I run into.
In an effort to share the most educational and entertaining Health IT info that I come across, I’m introducing a new series of collections. Each collection may be revolve around a central topic or may be comprised of more varied Health IT subject matter. You’ll just have to wait and see.
- Infographic: How Google Glass Works
- See how the viewing angle of Glass differs from a surgeon’s preferred viewing angle.
- Kids these days. This kid figured out how to make his own DIY version of Glass.
- Chuck’s talking about workflow again, and how it fits in with Glass. No surprise here.
- Coming soon: Unlock the Glass screen by following a moving image with your eye.
- Watch this two-minute dental implant procedure being performed with Glass. You don’t even need a strong stomach.
- Will Google Glass Change the Patient Experience?
- Quoting John Halamka: “The laptop is dead, the desktop is gone… It turns out we have had several lives saved with the use of mobile devices at [patients’] bedside.”
- From The Atlantic: Is There a Place for Google Glass in Hospitals?: “With Glass, a doctor could see your last blood pressure reading without ever turning away from you, along with a data visualization of its fluctuations. Voice-to-text processing could mean the end of scribbling down incomplete notes.”
- Have Glass? Try Glassogram. It’s like Instagram, but for Glass pics.
- A whole website dedicated to people who look good wearing Google Glass.
- Carlos Rodarte’s Pinterest account.
Here a few of my favorite recent Glass tweets:
— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) July 29, 2014
— Co.Exist (@FastCoExist) July 27, 2014
— Entrepreneur (@EntMagazine) July 25, 2014
Spotted: a Glasshole in my building. Not entirely sure why Google Glass irks me this much.
— Dana Mattioli (@DanaMattioli) August 1, 2014
— Anna Hyclak (@annahyclak) August 1, 2014