In this week’s MTB Roundup: the honesty problem in Silicon Valley, a damning teledermatology study, the Theranos recall and more…
Dr. Dimitris Bertsimas, professor of operational research at MIT has devised a machine-learning model to help advise patients and doctors about the relative benefits of various combinational chemotherapy treatments, and help researchers predict the toxicity and survivability of new combinations of drugs that have previously not been tried together.
In this week's MTB Roundup: Boston's newest immunotherapy startup, infographics on mental health outcomes and costs, a "second-skin" out of MIT and more...
This Thursday, Dr. Jennifer Joe, CEO & Founder at Medstro.com and Editor-in-Chief & Founder at MedTech Boston will be speaking at Health Data Management’s Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT in Boston.
Step onto the 18th floor of 3 Blackfan circle, past the brightly colored reception area, and you’ll find a typical hospital corridor. There is only one thing that differentiates this hallway from any other in the Longwood medical area: none of the patients are real.
In this week's roundup: The rise of the all-digital hospital, why we aren't ready for automated surgical robots, why doctors join startups and more...
The WEAR Conference, taking place May 24-26 in Boston, is the longest-running conference dedicated to wearables, smart textiles, material innovation and the business of consumer experience. MedTech Boston readers use discount code WMTB6 for a $150 discount.
This year at MIT Hacking Medicine's 2016 Grand Hack, a new group of hopefuls assembled with the aim of leveraging technology to address major problems in healthcare.
Part 1 of this series described the debate over the role vitamin and mineral supplements (VMS) may play in reducing the risks for various chronic diseases and how many health care professionals and consumers may have lost sight of the main function of vitamins and minerals as essential nutrients. Here in Part 2, we examine the basis for the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs), specific functions of the “gap” nutrients and the possible health consequences of insufficient intakes.
Hacking Medicine Institute’s New App Review Program Helps Patients, Providers Cut Through The Noise »
The Hacking Medicine Institute today announced RANKED Health, a program to critically evaluate and rank health-focused applications and connected devices. The program aims to identify both the “best-in-class” apps and those that are potentially dangerous to consumers.