A medical technology company started in Boston, Ma., in 2016, Kordova operates a platform that tracks implant devices used in surgery. They gather information on a website to help physicians and hospital executives find the most efficient and cost-effective device for the patient.
In just over a year since its release, Eye-Sync’s eye tracking technology has become a trusted means of detecting concussions on the sidelines and in the clinic.
By 2020, Eversound hopes to add two million clients, and reach as many senior living communities as possible, in their quest to improve hearing – and quality of life – for countless older adults.
Knowing how a doctor ranks for the money you spend is difficult. CareDash is trying to fix that.
With electronic health records on the rise, Caremap looks to capitalize on app health records for kids.
Air pollution is becoming increasingly problematic for asthma patients. A portable air filter could be the answer.
An award-winning startup from last year’s opioid hackathon seeks to save lives and fight stigma in the opioid epidemic, which claimed nearly 2,000 lives in Massachusetts last year. Backed by the General Electric Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital, We Are Allies is creating a website with resources about the epidemic and equipping citizen volunteers with naloxone—an approach that is sparking interest in Boston and beyond.
With the help of one Boston-based startup, elders suffering from dementia or isolation could attend a concert or even sit atop Mount Everest without ever leaving their homes. Rendever, founded by students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan Business School, aims to fight isolation and cognitive issues encountered in old age by allowing users to view or describe entertaining virtual-reality experiences.
Founded in 2007, a Burlington company’s vision to revolutionize healthcare with Robots is becoming reality. Hstar Technologies has raised $9.5 million in funding to develop robots including the Robotic Nursing Assistant system (RoNA), which aims to assist nursing staff with patient lifting and care.
Virtual Reality Service For Elders Wins Grand Prize at Sloan Healthcare and BioInnovation Conference »
Earlier this month at the student-run Sloan Healthcare and BioInnovation Conference pitch competition, eight teams vied for a $25,000 grand prize by pitching their tech alternatives to costly health solutions. Rendever, team led by two MIT Sloan School of Management students, took first place for its mission to aid dementia patients with virtual reality.