With only three years in operation, MEDS' 1-hour delivery mobile pharmacy is leading new customer behavior for online shopping during Covid-19. The question is – can it sustain and leverage its market advantage for future growth beyond the outbreak?
By applying a technology business model to the healthcare industry, One Medical has successfully aligned incentives of different parties to become a clear winner in digital health.
You use your phone to hail rides, to order food, to fact-check the outlandish claims your friends make during dinner conversations… can your phone also help you get pregnant?
In 2013, Athenahealth launched the “More Disruption Please” (MDP) program, a platform that brings together entrepreneurs, investors, clinicians and industry experts to discover new ways to improve healthcare. The MDP Accelerator invests in startups through the MDP program and provides the resources and customer access to help these start-ups scale up and succeed. These start-ups partners with Athenahealth to provide solutions through the Athenahealth Marketplace. Currently the Athenahealth partners provide healthcare solutions in seven major areas, including acquisition and engagement, administrative, billing, care management, efficiency tools, medical records, and provider tools.
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Fitbit announced last week it is planning a transition into becoming an integrated healthcare platform. What does that mean for the wearables company and will it succeed?
As the on-demand economy begins to disrupt healthcare, One Medical Group is best positioned to lead the booming market of on-demand primary care
With the rise of US smartphone adoption as well as chronic conditions, a myriad of digital health companies have started but never really gained traction. Omada has shown the health care community what a successful digital health intervention should look like: engaging, evidenced-based, and economical.
PatientsLikeMe is improving medical care by crowd-sourcing information from those who matter most, the patients themselves.
A new startup, CrowdMed, seeks to bring the wisdom of crowds to the patient by helping to solve the world’s most difficult, rare, and complex chronic medical cases through online communication, collaboration, and brainstorming.