Tag Archives: Experience

Sorted launches first-of-its-kind delivery experience report to uncover the science behind online purchasing behaviour 

New report presents neuroscientific findings on digital journeys and the power of emotional purchasing Barometer sees fashion sector setting standards high with average score of 80.7, driving demand for digital differentiation London UK; 21st March 2022: Delivery experience platform Sorted has announced the first-of-its-kind Delivery Experience ‘DX’ report. The research, carried out in partnership with… Read More »

How AI technologies improve the patient experience

This article is sponsored by the Dragon Ambient eXperience at Nuance. The exam of the future has arrived with clinical documentation that writes itself. Recently, I participated in a virtual webinar, “How AI technologies improve the patient experience,” along with Dr. Jesse Affonso, orthopedic surgeon at Cape Cod Orthopedics. We discussed the difference between patient… Read More »

COVID-19 recovery? My long-haul experience with infectious illness suggests disability.

People who say, “I’ve recovered from COVID-19, what’s the big deal?” are wrong. I have lived with long-term disability stemming from acute infectious illnesses like COVID-19 and polio. One winter when I was 17, I was struck with a relentless flu. I “recovered,” yet when spring came, a relative observed how my legs were different… Read More »

The post COVID Italian telehealth experience

When the COVID-19 emergency struck Italy, Lombardy was one of the hardest hit regions. All inpatient admissions in the area for non-COVID patients were stopped in a bid to prevent the contagion spreading. But this caused a potentially dangerous dilemma for the region’s Foundation IRCCS Carlo Besta Neurological Institute, which hosts around 6,000 inpatient and… Read More »

How some of the sickest COVID-19 patients are being saved by an out-of-body lung experience

Ventilators have failed to help and death looks imminent, but for some of Canada’s sickest COVID-19 patients, there is another, out of-body option. Several were recently connected to what amounts to an artificial lung sitting next to their beds, technology that has saved at least two people so far. The extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machines… Read More »

Searching for Words and Answers: A Couple’s Lewy Body Dementia Experience

Randal G. was always a strong public speaker. “I was a person used to giving an hour-long presentation to 400 people with minimal notes. Everything flowed,” Randal says. But in 2011, when he was 55 years old, something changed. During a speech for his consulting business, he couldn’t find the right words to say. He… Read More »