#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News »

3 Jul, 2015
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MedStar teams up with AARP, UnderArmour adds to its collection of health apps, and more

Dr. Robert Jamison on Using Smartphones to Manage Chronic Pain

Dr. Robert Jamison on Using Smartphones to Manage Chronic Pain »

PMC 320, a new app for chronic pain management from BWH, forecasts the future of smartphones in medicine

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News »

26 Jun, 2015
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Smartphones and pacemakers don’t mix, Planned Parenthood launches app, physicians say patients can benefit from health apps and more

With Help from Indiegogo, Peek Vision Brings Critical Diagnostic Tool to Light

With Help from Indiegogo, Peek Vision Brings Critical Diagnostic Tool to Light »

As crowdfunding increases in popularity, recently launched Indiegogo Life makes it easier than ever to fund and bring projects – like Peek Vision – to life.

5 Key Questions About Wearables Answered

5 Key Questions About Wearables Answered »

18 Jun, 2015
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Lesley Solomon, executive director of Brigham & Women's Innovation Hub, led a panel discussion of four healthcare decision-makers.  |  Photo courtesy of BWH Innovation Hub. Earlier this week, a gathering at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge brought together several of Boston’s leading wearable tech innovators. At the "Big Data Gets…
Medullan: Spearheading the Healthcare-Innovation Juncture Since 2004

Medullan: Spearheading the Healthcare-Innovation Juncture Since 2004 »

18 Jun, 2015
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Photo courtesy of Twitter. Medullan, a digital healthcare consulting firm, has been at the forefront of the increasingly technological healthcare industry since its 2004 founding. Emphasizing the importance of innovation, Medullan develops transformative UX to help build and maintain engaging client-consumer relationships. Aetna and Humana, are just a couple of the companies that have turned…
How Genospace Solves Healthcare’s Big Data Problem: An interview with COO Daniel Meyer

How Genospace Solves Healthcare’s Big Data Problem: An interview with COO Daniel Meyer »

Daniel Meyer, COO of GenoSpace, says interdisciplinary team approach is key to successful problem solving. Healthcare is drowning in a deluge of data. Decision-makers must somehow make sense of a heterogeneous array of information -- demographic, clinical, patient-generated, treatment and outcomes data. The latest waves of information also include data from…
#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News »

12 Jun, 2015
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We bring you this week’s medtech news, from Boston and beyond:  1. Walgreens to offer smartphone app allowing for virtual doctor appointments in 25 states  By the end of the year, approximately 40 million more patients will be able to receive 24/7-access to doctors through telemedicine services, reports the Associated Press, furthering the virtual healthcare push.  UnitedHealth…
Israel mHealth Delegation Shows What’s Possible with Collaboration

Israel mHealth Delegation Shows What’s Possible with Collaboration »

Amir Eldad, Chairman of the Board for the New England Israel Business Council, leads a panel discussion at the Israel Digital Healthcare Delegation's recent Boston visit.  | Photo courtesy of NEIBC. Twelve leading Israeli mHealth startups visited Boston on May 19th as part of an Israel Digital Healthcare Delegation organized by…
Ask the Experts: Is Innovating Within an Academic Medical Center Really Possible?

Ask the Experts: Is Innovating Within an Academic Medical Center Really Possible? »

At MedTech Boston, we spend a lot of time thinking - and writing - about the best places for healthcare innovation to occur. Is it within the private sector? Maybe inside an incubator that's funded by a larger organization? Or perhaps healthcare innovation is best catalyzed within an academic medical center. Innovators tend to disagree…

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