With the help of two new investors, digital medicine company Akili Interactive Labs, Inc. is one step closer to its goal of creating scalable digital treatments for patients around the country.
The Philips Wearables & Chronic Care Challenge is an open call for solutions that reimagine how care is delivered through the seamless integration of clinical-grade wearable sensors, predictive analytics, mobile apps, connectivity, med management, patient education & engagement and other transformative experiences. Submit your idea for a chance to win $10K!
Over the past few weeks, social media has exploded with praise for the supposed health benefits of the recently released app, Pokémon Go. But without clinical evidence, what conclusions can we realistically draw about the health benefits of this popular game?
Calling all clinicians and innovators! CAMTech and GE Sustainable Healthcare Solutions are crowdsourcing critical primary healthcare challenges through a First Mile Discovery Challenge.
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With the help of an advanced robot, created by a team at MIT CSAIL, scheduling at hospitals across the country may soon be easier than ever before.
MassChallenge finalist BrainCo has developed a device that uses neurofeedback training to improve the efficiency of the brain.
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Waltham-based Digital Cognition Technologies has developed a method to detect cognitive diseases before patients show debilitating symptoms.
On September 28th 2016 in Boston, The Economist will host its full-day healthcare forum “War on Cancer.”Joining the publication’s senior editors are more than 200 research experts, industry and policy leaders who will convene to discuss the myriad challenges and opportunities in the healthcare ecosystem and prospects for the war on cancer in the years ahead.