Casey Nugent

Casey Nugent

    Casey Nugent is an editorial intern for MedTech Boston. She’s currently working on her BFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson College in Boston. Outside of working at MedTech Boston, Casey enjoys drinking coffee, going to the theater, goofing around with friends, and hanging out with dogs.

    Pulse@Masschallenge Is Boston’s Newest Accelerator for Digital Health Startups

    Pulse@Masschallenge Is Boston’s Newest Accelerator for Digital Health Startups »

    2 Jun, 2016
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    On June 1st, MassChallenge hosted the ribbon cutting for its new incubator space, Pulse@MassChallenge. The 8000 square foot space, located in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, was created as part of the Massachusetts Digital Health Initiative, which aims to make Massachusetts a leading hub in digital healthcare technology.

    Face It Together Tackles Opioid Crisis With Addiction Management Platform

    Face It Together Tackles Opioid Crisis With Addiction Management Platform »

    Non-profit Face It Together goes directly into the communities most affected by the opioid crisis and works with local leaders to help remove the barriers that prevent people from seeking help. They’ll be arriving in Cambridge in the coming weeks.

    Sober Grid Takes To Mobile To Prevent Relapse

    Sober Grid Takes To Mobile To Prevent Relapse »

    26 May, 2016
    CompaniesNews

    Boston-based Sober Grid leverages mobile technology to help people recovering from addiction easily access a peer support network.

    Design Challenge Aims to Make Medical Bills Simple

    Design Challenge Aims to Make Medical Bills Simple »

    17 May, 2016
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    A Bill You Can Understand is a national challenge that tasks teams to come up with innovate solutions that address the complexity of medical billing.

    Cancer Breakthroughs Aim to Give Doctors Full Vision

    Cancer Breakthroughs Aim to Give Doctors Full Vision »

    26 Apr, 2016
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    One of the biggest issues in modern cancer treatment is poor visualization—doctors and surgeons cannot fully see tumors during surgery and biopsy. MedTech Boston reports on new cancer technologies focused on improving visualization presented at the World Medical Innovation Forum.

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