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How to mea­sure and improve brain-based out­comes that mat­ter in health care

Pio­neers advanc­ing health research, pre­ven­tion and treat­ment helped us under­stand emerg­ing best prac­tices where Read the rest of this entry »

London, July 17th: Upgrading Education and Health in light of Neuroscience — The Frontier of Gaming?

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We are delight­ed to invite Sharp­Brains friends to dis­cov­er the future of applied neu­ro­science and gam­ing at a cock­tail evening  in Lon­don on Thurs­day July 17th, host­ed by Brain­bow in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Strate­gic North and Sharp­Brains. Read the rest of this entry »

Update: From smart homes to smart people — where digital health meets brain fitness

Who said, “So for me the most excit­ing take­away from this year’s CES (Con­sumer Elec­tron­ics Show)  isn’t the smart car or the smart home, it’s the smart per­son…” You can find the answer, and many insights on brain health inno­va­tion, by read­ing Sharp­Brains’ Jan­u­ary 2013 eNewslet­ter. Enjoy!

Note: We’ll host a 90- minute webi­nar on Wednes­day, Feb­ru­ary 6th, to dis­cuss the main analy­sis and fore­casts from Sharp­Brains’ new mar­ket report “The Dig­i­tal Brain Health Mar­ket 2012–2020: Web-based, mobile and bio­met­rics-based tech­nol­ogy to assess, mon­i­tor and enhance cog­ni­tion and brain func­tion­ing,” and to con­nect them with main take aways from CES 2013 and the just fin­ished World Eco­nom­ic Forum.

–> To learn how to access the webi­nar and the report,  click HERE

TEDWeekends: Retooling Brain Care With Low-Cost, Data-Driven Technologies

I was asked to con­tribute to this week­end’s TED­Week­end on how “Sim­ple Solu­tions Can Heal the Mass­es,” by com­ment­ing on a great TEDTalk by Max Lit­tle, “A Test For Parkin­son’s With A Phone Call.”

Enjoy, share, and please add your two cents to my arti­cle: Retool­ing Brain Care With Low-Cost, Data-Dri­ven Tech­nolo­gies (The Huff­in­g­ton Post)

Brain Injury Care: Treatment and Reimbursement Challenges

Gif­fords May Get Bet­ter Brain-Injury Care Than Most of Her Con­stituents (ProP­ub­li­ca):

Despite the need for more research, Gif­fords’ sto­ry shows the poten­tial of the treat­ments now avail­able. But accord­ing to Susan Con­nors, the pres­i­dent of the Brain Injury Asso­ci­a­tion of Amer­i­ca, what treat­ment you receive depends heav­i­ly on your state, insur­ance plan (or lack of one), hos­pi­tal and the peo­ple advo­cat­ing for you.” Read the rest of this entry »

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