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Wow! 2013 – A Medivizor Year in Review

Wow! 2013 – A Medivizor Year in Review

Posted by on Dec 31, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Hi all! A year ago, most likely 99% of you have yet to hear of “Medivizor”. As 2013 comes to an end, I wanted to update you about the progress we have made during this landmark year for Medivizor. But first, if you are reading this, you are already a critical part of the Medivizor revolution and I wanted to thank you for your participation, support,...

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Breakfast in New York

Breakfast in New York

Posted by on Jul 18, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

So I’m staying at a cost-effective hotel to save Medivizor $s. It’s the Comfort Inn on W 71st St., New York.  It’s a very basic hotel, but it’s location is convenient to many places in town.  Anyway, when I say cost-effective, I mean (among other things) that the dining room for breakfast is so small and crowded there’s a...

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Introducing Dr. Kathleen Hoffman

Introducing Dr. Kathleen Hoffman

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Dr. Kathleen Hoffman is a social scientist and communication professional specializing in health and social media. AnneMarie Cicarella (@chemobrainfog) introduced Kathleen to Medivizor’s COO, Ronen Keinan in April.  After hosting a twitter chat #HCHLITSS with both Ronen and myself as guests, Kathleen posted a feature story about Medivizor on her blog,...

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Step aside, Dr. Google: Enter Medivizor!

Step aside, Dr. Google: Enter Medivizor!

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Blog | 5 comments

That’s not my title! I owe thanks to blogger AnneMarie Ciccarella for that title.  You might imagine my thoughts reading it. It blew me away! It was gratifying and exciting, and it’s not just that one title – that’s how it’s been all month with reporters, bloggers, and users as they get exposed to Medivizor and share their...

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Readability and Understandability: Advancing Health Literacy

Readability and Understandability: Advancing Health Literacy

Posted by on Nov 19, 2012 in Blog | 7 comments

A recent study by researchers at Loyola University found that as many as 63% of prostate cancer websites cannot be read or understood by someone who hasn’t completed high school education. Why is this important? Well, one of the study’s references suggests that as many as 90 million adult Americans have literacy skills that test below high school...

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