On October 10, join Three Lakes Partners, MATTER, IDEO and Common Pool to learn more about how they are forging a new vision for IPF, one that gathers the best minds in and outside the field to develop new solutions to solve this horrible disease. Then, learn how your BIG IDEA to improve the quality of life for IPF patients and caregivers, might help you win part of our $1 million purse.
We’ve all felt the discomfort of sitting through a meeting in an over-chilled office or sweating through a commute in a crowded subway car. Fortunately, the founders at Embr are looking to help you warm up or cool down in a pinch with their new personalized thermal relief bracelet. MedTech Boston sat down with Embr co-founder Sam Shames to discuss their product and their recently launched Kickstarter.
Will a mobile app improve knowledge and life quality of heart failure patients? Massachusetts General Hospital and Jana Care is launching a study to explore.
If you’re building a startup in the Boston area, or just want to learn more about the medtech industry, this list of resources is perfect for you.
The 2017 Philips Wearables Challenge is well underway. Teams have begun to submit their novel solutions to predict early signs of patient deterioration in order to prevent hospital readmissions and escalation in care. MedTech Boston caught up with last year’s winner, Harsh Vathsangam of Moving Analytics, to discuss how his company has grown over the last year.
Day three recap of CAMTech Uganda’s 5th annual hackathon in Mbarara, Uganda. CAMTech Uganda hackathon delves into challenges for neonatal and maternal care.
Day two recap of CAMTech Uganda’s 5th annual hackathon in Mbarara, Uganda. CAMTech Uganda hackathon delves into challenges for neonatal and maternal care.
Day one recap of CAMTech Uganda’s 5th-annual hackathon in Mbarara, Uganda. CAMTech Uganda hackathon delves into challenges for neonatal and maternal care.
There are pipelines and initiatives in place. But entrepreneurs from underrepresented minorities still struggle to access Boston’s startup ecosystem.
One obstacle to getting quality health care is the ability to get to a facility. Circulation is aiming to change that.