Digital Directorship – Healthtech
Health Technology (Healthtech) Articles
Health Tech, or digital health, uses technology (databases, applications, mobiles, wearables) to improve the delivery, payment, and/or consumption of care, with the ability to increase the development and commercialization of medicinal products.
Creating a definition for Health Tech is proving difficult for a sector that has a seemingly endless list of possible uses for technology within its many operations, services and stakeholders.
25 Apr 2018
We are beginning to see partnerships form between Big Pharma and biotech startups that employ AI and ML for drug discovery and other purposes.
1 Feb 2018
Four out of the five leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies are currently leveraging AI solutions for chronic disease management in the areas of cancer and diabetes.
24 Jan 2018
With Medical Records Tools, Apple Wades Deeper Into Digital Health Apple said Wednesday it plans to introduce new features that will allow iPhone users to access parts of their medical records through the company’s Health app.
20 Jan 2018
Startup fundraising and exits look bullish for bio and health After nearly a year, venture capitalists nabbed their first U.S. acquisition for more than a billion dollars. It wasn’t a tech startup. It was bio and health.
13 Jan 2018
Much of the problem with the state of healthcare in the United States can be attributed to inefficiency. Unnecessary prescriptions, incorrect diagnoses and the like cause massive waste, increasing costs without supplying results. To make matters worse, the supply of medical professionals are unable to meeting the rising demand for care.
4 Jan 2018
Artificial intelligence (AI) has already proven useful in the healthcare industry, and now, two newly developed AI diagnostics systems could change how doctors diagnose heart disease and lung cancer.