Boston-based Sober Grid leverages mobile technology to help people recovering from addiction easily access a peer support network.
Xperii, a marketplace that connects researchers with study and clinical trial participants, is gearing up to launch their platform this summer.
BillCrew is a platform that connects patients with large medical bills to expert medical billing advocates who review bills, identify errors, assess overcharges, and negotiate with providers.
Physicians looking to hang up their white coats are turning to the Drop Out Club, a networking website for healthcare professionals exploring non traditional career paths.
Last week during her keynote at the HXR conference in the Boston Seaport, Mad*Pow Chief Experience Officer Amy Cueva announced the agency’s newest healthcare initiative: The Center for Health Experience Design.
PowerUP Health is turning the traditional approach to health and fitness on its head. Developed by Gain Life, a Harvard Launch Labs company, the platform and connected app is built specifically for women and aims to permanently change their mindset toward health and wellness.
It’s been a big week for life sciences and health tech startups! On March 22 and 23, Y Combinator held its Winter ’16 Demo Day. Here are the 15 health startups that debuted at YC this week.
Detecting Lung Cancer With A Single Breath; Astraeus Technologies Gunning To Win the M2D2 $100K Challenge »
Astraeus Technologies has won numerous prizes for their cancer diagnostic device. Next week they’re headed to the Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center at UMass to compete in the M2D2 $100K Challenge.
Spun out of Boston University and funded by the Coulter Foundation for Translational Research, Constant Therapy has developed a software platform that aids in the cognitive recovery of patients who have suffered a stroke or TBI.
Ben Harvatine has developed the Jolt Sensor, a device that monitors hard hits on the field and helps athletes make informed decisions about returning to play.