The USDA reports that 1-in-7 Americans don't know where their next meal will come from. Lower-income neighborhoods in urban areas are especially affected. In this three-part series, MedTech Boston investigates various factors that shape the food insecurity issue in Boston and how those factors are connected to health outcomes.
“Get technology out of the way and focus on humanity,” said Kyle Ambrester, Athenahealth’s senior vice president and chief product officer last month at Xconomy’s “What’s Hot in Boston HealthTech” at the Broad Institute.
Zencare.co, a website where people can browse rigorously vetted psychiatrists, therapists and registered dieticians, aims to make the process of finding mental healthcare a little less stressful.
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One company plans to change the way patients can access non-emergency medical transport (NEMT). Boston-based Circulation aims to increase accessibility to NEMT and cut down associated costs by partnering with Uber.