A Peek Inside the Harvard Forum on Health Care Innovation

A Peek Inside the Harvard Forum on Health Care Innovation »

27 Apr, 2015
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Prof. John Quelch discusses the Bloodbuy case study. Photo by Dr. Kirti Patel. The Harvard Forum on Health Care Innovation, a joint collaboration between Harvard Business School and Harvard Medical School, was recently held in Cambridge, Mass, on April 15-16, 2015. This private, invitation-only event assembled an elite group that included…
Harvard Health Acceleration Challenge: Meet the Finalists

Harvard Health Acceleration Challenge: Meet the Finalists »

19 Feb, 2015
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The Harvard Business School (HBS) and the Harvard Medical School (HMS) recently announced the finalists of their Harvard Health Acceleration Challenge: Bloodbuy, I-Pass, Medalogix and Twine. The challenge is a “scale-up” competition that focuses on finding and mentoring companies with innovative healthcare solutions. All four finalists will receive networking, funding and mentorship during the next year to help…
MassTLC’s 2014 Conference Recap: Transforming Healthcare Through Technology & Innovation

MassTLC’s 2014 Conference Recap: Transforming Healthcare Through Technology & Innovation »

4 Dec, 2014
EventsNews
A full room at the UMass Campus Center Ballroom. All photos by James Ryan. On Wednesday, December 3, 2014, the Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC), the region's leading technology association and the premier network for tech executives, entrepreneurs, investors, and policy leaders, held it's 2014 Healthcare Conference with focuses on how…
John Moore: Developing A New Approach to Patient Centered Care

John Moore: Developing A New Approach to Patient Centered Care »

John Moore, CEO and co-founder of Twine Health. John Moore, winner of the MedTech Boston Primary Care Innovation award and co-founder and CEO of Twine Health, challenges the traditional patient-clinician relationship every day through his collaborative technology work. Moore began his studies at Boston University as a biomedical engineer. From there,…

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