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As a 22-year old college graduate and Fulbright Scholar in in Bogotá, Colombia, Griffin Daughtridgeused his undergraduate degrees in Biology and Spanish from the University of North Carolina to help develop a hepatitis B (HBV) vaccination program.
With the help of one Boston-based startup, elders suffering from dementia or isolation could attend a concert or even sit atop Mount Everest without ever leaving their homes. Rendever, founded by students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan Business School, aims to fight isolation and cognitive issues encountered in old age by allowing users to view or describe entertaining virtual-reality experiences.
Medstro, the online community site for physicians, medical students and healthcare innovators announced today that it had surpassed 100,000 registered users in less than three years since launching the site.
In 2015 alone, digital health saw $4.5 Billion in venture funding—and yet so many of those well-intentioned startups have been unsuccessful. That is because healthcare has challenges that no other industry faces. Here are 6 mistakes digital health entrepreneurs frequently make that prevent them from turning their lofty mission into a scalable business.
Somerville-based EyeNetra’s tech could one day bridge gap in eye care need, revolutionize how we look at our screens