The Summit will connect digital health venture capitalists, corporate VCs, angel investors, technology transfer professionals, senior executives of early stage and emerging growth companies, digital health incubators, accelerators and premier service providers. Whether you are an investor seeking access to new, early or growth stage deals, or a CEO or Founder of a new venture looking for funding, visibility and growth, Health Care Innovations & Investment Summit is one event you would not want to miss.
The technology to connect healthcare is booming – but is it working to improve care? Often it doesn’t. The reasons and solutions to change that paradigm are the topics to be covered by Robert Pearl, MD, one of the nation’s top physician executives, at his presentation at the 9th Annual mHealth + Telehealth World Conference Monday, July 24 in Boston.
Partners Connected Health has launched the 2017 Partners Connected Health Innovation Challenge (CHIC) following a successful pilot last year. The Challenge was created to accelerate the development of disruptive, patient-centric and connected health solutions, from Partners' employees and clinical faculty, to radically improve the lives of patients.
MedTech Impact/Tarsus Group, Medstro and MedTech Boston Announce MedTech Impact Innovation Challenge Partnership »
MedTech Impact/Tarsus Group, Medstro and MedTech Boston, recently announced a partnership in order to produce the MedTech Impact Innovation Challenge.
With 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 every day, healthcare innovators are racing to develop technology enabled solutions that help seniors detect the early warning signs of dementia, prolong lucidity, and provide support to overburdened caregivers. Do you have ideas about how to support cognitive function in the aging population?
An urgent call to develop innovations that address the spread of the Zika virus and other vector-borne diseases. Sign up today!
As a healthful, balanced diet becomes an even stronger focus for physicians and their patients, data consistently show most Americans fall short in fulfilling the Estimated Average Requirements (EARs) for one or more vitamins and minerals from their diet alone.