They thought they were going to just another department meeting. So the old story goes. But as members of the Mayo Medical Ventures team gathered[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • March 13, 2014

Aw shucks. That was essentially the response from the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media when presented with an article by Health IT (HIT) Consultant[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • February 25, 2014

They say the only constant is change. And according to the authors of a new book called Remaking College: Innovation and the Liberal Arts, change[...]

By • February 13, 2014

For some, the month of November stirs up memories of turkey, stuffing, cranberries, pumpkin pie … and warmer temperatures than those we're currently enjoying. (We're[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • January 7, 2014

If people had only used duct tape for its original purpose of (sealing canisters and repairing cracked windows and vehicles during World War II), we[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • January 2, 2014

Back in February 2012, Mayo Clinic began a study that gave FitBit activity trackers, an iPad and an app called "MyCare" to 149 cardiac surgery patients[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • December 12, 2013

Even though they're from Rochester and know their way around town like the back of their hands, Scott and Annette Eakins say they can't help[...]

By Hoyt Finnamore • October 16, 2013