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Women in Venture: The Case for Increasing Representation in Digital Health Investing

2019-03-17T10:01:12-04:00

By Laura Lovett, MobiHealth News | March 15, 2019 Women make up 12.2 percent of digital health VC partners, but many in the industry are discussing the importance of diverse viewpoints. When it comes to digital health, investors get a bird’s eye view and play a major role in steering [...]

Women in Venture: The Case for Increasing Representation in Digital Health Investing2019-03-17T10:01:12-04:00

FDA Issues Clinical Trials Guidance for Industry – and Upbraiding from Gottlieb

2019-03-18T08:07:51-04:00

By Alaric Dearment, MedCity News | March 15, 2019 The guidance concerned strategies for developing precision medicines and more efficient clinical trial oversight. But the outgoing commissioner criticized drugmakers and CROs' reluctance to change their ways. Following a raft of new proposals designed to expand eligibility for cancer clinical trials, [...]

FDA Issues Clinical Trials Guidance for Industry – and Upbraiding from Gottlieb2019-03-18T08:07:51-04:00

Cleveland Clinic Creating Center for AI in Healthcare

2019-03-18T08:04:54-04:00

By Meg Bryant, Healthcare DIVE | March 14, 2019 Dive Brief: Cleveland Clinic has launched a new center to advance applications for artificial intelligence in healthcare. An initiative of Cleveland Clinic Enterprise Analytics, the Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence will bring together doctors, researchers, data scientists and others to develop [...]

Cleveland Clinic Creating Center for AI in Healthcare2019-03-18T08:04:54-04:00

10 Reasons Why Digital Health Start-Ups Go Bust

2019-03-18T07:53:27-04:00

The Medical Futurist | March 14, 2019 While the digital health market is expanding rapidly, ninety percent of start-ups will probably die within two to five years from their inception. That’s an awfully high number, so we looked around what could possibly go wrong with digital health start-ups to avoid [...]

10 Reasons Why Digital Health Start-Ups Go Bust2019-03-18T07:53:27-04:00

How Artificial Intelligence Could Transform Medicine

2019-03-18T07:55:02-04:00

By Anahad O'Connor, New York Times | March 11, 2019 Last month, President Trump signed an executive order making the development and regulation of artificial intelligence a federal priority. But one area where artificial intelligence is already taking hold is health care. Doctors are already using A.I. to spot potentially [...]

How Artificial Intelligence Could Transform Medicine2019-03-18T07:55:02-04:00

WHO Unveils Plans to Create a Department of Digital Health

2019-03-10T16:23:50-04:00

By Leontina Postelnicu, Healthcare IT News | March 8, 2019 The new suite of reforms announced also include the development of a new role of chief scientist and a Data, Analytics and Delivery division. WHO has revealed this week plans to create a Department of Digital Health overseen by the division [...]

WHO Unveils Plans to Create a Department of Digital Health2019-03-10T16:23:50-04:00

Using Community Paramedicine, mHealth for Care Coordination at Home

2019-03-10T14:25:37-04:00

By Eric Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence | March 8, 2019 Community paramedicine programs give health systems an mHealth platform upon which to improve care management and coordination at home for high-need patients. Community paramedicine programs offer hospitals and health systems an opportunity to leverage mHealth to reduce emergency department costs and [...]

Using Community Paramedicine, mHealth for Care Coordination at Home2019-03-10T14:25:37-04:00

#BalanceForBetter: Where Women in Health and Technology See the Future

2019-03-10T14:19:57-04:00

By Leontina Postelnicu, Healthcare IT News | March 8, 2019 Digital health has often been seen as the future of healthcare, but a recent Rock Health report revealed that women only make up 10.2 percent of digital health CEOs, posing questions about where women fit into this new evolution of [...]

#BalanceForBetter: Where Women in Health and Technology See the Future2019-03-10T14:19:57-04:00

What if you Could Diagnose Diseases with a Tampon?

2019-03-10T16:49:37-04:00

By Dayna Evans, MIT Technology Review| February 18, 2019 Women’s health care is often treated as all about reproduction. Some “femtech” startups are exploring the innovations that get overlooked as a result. On an unremarkable side street in Oakland, California, a few blocks down from an animal dermatologist and just [...]

What if you Could Diagnose Diseases with a Tampon?2019-03-10T16:49:37-04:00

6 Key Health Information Technology Trends at HIMSS 2019

2019-03-05T18:54:52-04:00

By Dave Fornell, Imaging Technology News | March 5, 2019 Healthcare today is largely woven together with electronic medical record (EMR) systems, which has led to the rapid attendance growth in the past decade at the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) meeting, now the world's largest health informatics conference with [...]

6 Key Health Information Technology Trends at HIMSS 20192019-03-05T18:54:52-04:00