In the world of health tech, 3D printing may not get as much buzz as robotics or machine learning. But that’s something 3DHeals wants to change. Its first-ever Boston event on Aug. 3 focused on 3D printing and its challenges and opportunities for healthcare.
Nightingale Apps has just completed the beta version of an app for nurses. Now it has its sights set on a pilot.
Last weekend’s MIT Grand Hack brought entrepreneurs in health, business and tech together to solve health care’s most pressing problems.
Self-driving cars will save lives lost to car accidents, but will decimate available donor organs. How will Boston’s biotechnology be a part of the solution?
The Boston Scientific Connected Patient Challenge, sponsored by Boston Scientific and Google Cloud Platform, finished up online voting last Sunday and the six finalists have been selected. Selections were based on a combination of crowd votes and scoring by a panel of expert judges.
Primary care practices often seem to follow a set of unwritten rules: a patient enters the clinic, checks in with the receptionist, and then waits for the nurse or doctor. Iora Health proposes that we do things a little bit differently.