The PULSE@MassChallenge application launch ushered in key changes, including new corporate partners and a $100 application fee.
In the world of health tech, 3D printing may not get as much buzz as robotics or machine learning. But that’s something 3DHeals wants to change. Its first-ever Boston event on Aug. 3 focused on 3D printing and its challenges and opportunities for healthcare.
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.
Hey,Charlie is an app that seeks to help people recovering from opioid addiction rebuild their social networks. But as the possibility of Medicaid cuts looms, the startup is weighing its options for funding and survival.
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.
CareAcademy, a member of Techstars Boston’s newest cohort, is closing its seed round at $1.5 million. The company provides online video training for caregivers across the country.
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.