Healthcare Social Media (#HCSM) Series: Keeping It Professional

Healthcare Social Media (#HCSM) Series: Keeping It Professional »

5 May, 2014
MedTech Features
This article originally appeared on the blog of Austin Chiang, MD, internal medicine resident at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. We’re so excited he’ll be moving to Boston this summer to start his Gastroenterology training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard Medical School-affiliated teaching hospital. Connect with Dr. Chiang on Medstro, Twitter…
Google Glass Challenge: Thank you to Google and CBS News!

Google Glass Challenge: Thank you to Google and CBS News! »

30 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features
Dr. Steve Horng, emergency department lead for the Google Glass Project at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, demonstrates technology to efficiently search through patient data on Glass, sharing Glass’s screen with the audience in real time. Photo by Poncie Rutsch. Thank you to Google and to CBS News for making our…
Brigham and Women’s Hospital Innovation Hub hosts a successful “Shark Tank” Pitch-Off

Brigham and Women’s Hospital Innovation Hub hosts a successful “Shark Tank” Pitch-Off »

30 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features
Photo by J. Kiely of Lightchaser In the TV show “Shark Tank,” potential investors—the sharks—listen to pitches by budding businesses. Once the sharks “bite” to show interest in an idea, the business gets to decide, on the spot, which investor to take on.  On Monday, the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Innovation…
Healthcare Social Media (#HCSM) Series: Listen Up Medical Providers

Healthcare Social Media (#HCSM) Series: Listen Up Medical Providers »

28 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features
Austin Chiang, MD, Finalist of the Google Glass Challenge! This article originally appeared on the blog of Austin Chiang, MD, internal medicine resident at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. We're so excited he'll be moving to Boston this summer to start his Gastroenterology training at Brigham and Women's…
Google Glass Challenge a pitch-off success … congrats to the winners!

Google Glass Challenge a pitch-off success … congrats to the winners! »

25 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

On Wednesday evening at Google’s offices in Cambridge, the finalists of Medtech Boston’s Google Glass Challenge had the chance to participate in a “pitch-off,” demonstrating their ideas for using Google Glass in the medical setting.

Boston Academic Hospitals: Unveiling Stealth Google Glass Projects on April 23?!

Boston Academic Hospitals: Unveiling Stealth Google Glass Projects on April 23?! »

17 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features
Here at MedTech Boston, we're super excited about the April 23 MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge for so many reasons. The Boston medicine technology and innovation leaders are coming out in force. Expect to hear from and network with Boston Children's Hacking Pediatrics, Brigham and Women's iHub, MIT Hacking Medicine, Google Glass New England, Tufts…
XX in Health: Powerful women in life science discuss entrepreneurship, risk-taking and fostering innovation

XX in Health: Powerful women in life science discuss entrepreneurship, risk-taking and fostering innovation »

6 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

Raising capital for a start-up venture, mitigating risk in a high-risky industry, and fostering innovation within a highly-regulated environment: these were just a few of the topics on the table at the April 2 XX in Health “Salon Series,” hosted by Ova Science.

Xconomy Mobile Madness Event: How the quest to define mobile may impact the future of wearable devices

Xconomy Mobile Madness Event: How the quest to define mobile may impact the future of wearable devices »

5 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

Xconomy hosted an evening of thought-provoking discussion at the Microsoft Campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The theme of the panel was “Mobile Madness – The next disruptors.”

Live from the Boston Children’s Hospital Innovator’s Forum: One hour of demos, ideas and opportunity

Live from the Boston Children’s Hospital Innovator’s Forum: One hour of demos, ideas and opportunity »

4 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

During Friday’s lunch hour, innovators swarmed the Ender’s Building of Boston Children’s Hospital, offering demonstrations of medical devices, data solutions and wearable technologies.

How do we bring back the art of medicine?

How do we bring back the art of medicine? »

2 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

Technology is supposed to help physicians improve care of the patient. And yet, many physicians feel that the onslaught of procedure codes and electronic medical record note-taking has compromised the art of medicine.

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