I had two big takeaways about consumer adoption of health care treatment technologies from the recent 2015 OPEN MINDS Technology & Informatics Institute. The first, which I wrote about in We’re Way Past The Jetsons, was that people are more responsive to tech functionality when it is imbedded in robots or 3-D objects, compared to internet-based avatars or smartphone apps. The second “aha” moment for me was courtesy of David C. Mohr, Ph.D., Director of the Center . . .
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