health care

Health How AI And The Internet Of Things Are Transforming The Doctor's Office

Forward is a startup looking to redefine how people interact with their healthcare providers

Technology This Piece Of Paper On A String Could Revolutionize Health Care In Third-World Countries

The Paperfuge is an inexpensive version of the sampling mechanism used to detect infections such as malaria and HIV

Advertising My 2013 Prediction, Healthcare Borrows From E-Retail

As the year draws to a close, we ask tastemaker Richard Fine of Help Remedies what he thinks will dominate in 2013.

Design PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

We bring you the most stimulating and exciting stories from the world of wellness research.

Home HealthTap Apps Have 5,000 Doctors Ready To Answer Your Questions

Android and iPhone apps let you pose health queries anytime, anywhere, for free.

Innovation Complete Odd Jobs In Exchange For Health Care

A new program allows low-income patients in Maine, USA to pay for their medical services by doing various chores.

Work Businesses Open Their Own Medical Clinics For Better, Cheaper Health Care

In light of rising health care costs, many US corporations are now providing their employees with in-house health care services.

Innovation (Events) Updates On The PSFK Future of Health Brief With UNICEF

On Tuesday July 13th (NYC), and Wednesday the 14th (San Francisco) PSFK will be presenting a preliminary briefing pack to creative agency teams as part of our Future of Health project.

Advertising Hospital Trades Health Care For Art

A New York hospital has come up with an ingenious way to provide health care to artists.

iPhone App Diagnoses Disease Through Sound

A new iPhone app by Star Analytical Services promises to let users become their own DIY doctors.

Technology Vodafone Introduces Mobile Health Care Division

Following the growing influence of a number of leading non-profits, mobile phone giant Vodafone is launching a Mobile Health Care Unit.

Street Art For a Cause in Detroit

Two students from Wayne State University have created an outdoor art installation in Detroit to highlight the lack of affordable health care options in the city.

Innovation Johns Hopkins Offers HIV Self-Test

In an effort to curtail the global spread of AIDS, Johns Hopkins recently conducted an in-hospital trail that offered self-administered HIV tests to Emergency Room visitors.