New York Digital Health Accelerator Announces 2014 Class

New York Digital Health Accelerator Announces 2014 Class »

28 Jul, 2014
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Last week, a partnership between the New York e-Health Collaborative (NYeC) and the Partnership Fund for New York City announced that they have selected seven healthcare startups to participate in the 2014 New York Digital Health Accelerator. They chose the following companies: AllazoHealth addresses the problem of medication non-adherence. They use member data to anticipate which patients…
M2D2 announces the New Venture Competition awards, hands out $50k in seed funding

M2D2 announces the New Venture Competition awards, hands out $50k in seed funding »

9 Apr, 2014
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For the third year running, the Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) handed out seed funding to the winners of its New Venture Competition. This year, $50,000 in awards were granted by the M2D2, and its partners Smith & Nephew and Nutter. The tension was palpable during the awards ceremony - none of the 15…
The ‘One Thing’ when Starting a Healthcare Venture

The ‘One Thing’ when Starting a Healthcare Venture »

27 Mar, 2014
Opinion/Editorial

Can your idea become a successful business? – Do nothing else until you answer this question, as it will determine your success or failure. This is the “one thing” to channel your energy on first.

Healthcare’s Grand Hackfest Recap

Healthcare’s Grand Hackfest Recap »

26 Mar, 2014
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Healthcare’s Grand Hackfest, a joint production by MIT’s Hacking Medicine and the Kauffman Foundation, was held March 15-16 at the MIT Media Lab.

What innovators need to know about raising capital

What innovators need to know about raising capital »

13 Mar, 2014
MedTech Features

Boston University’s Office of Technology Development, modeled after MIT’s Tech Transfer Center, hosted an event playfully titled: Tech, Drugs and Rock & Roll, Unplugged.

Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon – Dr. Michael Docktor

Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon – Dr. Michael Docktor »

1 Oct, 2013
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Dr. Michael Docktor (yes, his name is Dr. Docktor), age 35, sits down with us to talk about the 2013 Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon. Dr. Docktor is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Boston Children’s Hospital, the Director of Clinical Mobile Solutions, and the physician lead of the Hacking Pediatrics Executive Team. This will be Boston Children’s Hospital first ever hackathon…

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