Sick of receiving confusing hospital bills in the mail that take hours to interpret and process? Through the use of machine learning and modern payments technology, Cedar addresses this major pain point by saving the patient and hospital valuable time, while significantly improving hospital collection rates and customer satisfaction.
Fitbit has recently been passed by Apple as the leader in tech wearables. In response, Fitbit has been shifting its strategy towards Healthcare aided by the use of machine learning to develop new product offerings. Will this change be enough for Fitbit to win back its leadership position?
In greater public scrutiny and regulation risk, Juul needs to use Open Innovation to create healthier and safer vapor products.
CVS Health must react as Amazon is knocking at the door. Who will own the drug delivery supply chain of the future?
Aetna is using digital technologies to create efficiencies in the health insurance supply chain.
A young U.K. startup by the name of Babylon Health is capitalizing on the existing capacity of mobile phones as a medium to connect patients with general practitioners. Their mission is to put “accessible and affordable health service in the hands of every person on earth.”
In a world where we can instantly find the fastest route to the airport via Google Maps or get real-time Twitter updates on Trump’s presidential transition plan, we are still in the dark ages when it comes to understanding when and where diseases start and spread. Can a simple thermometer change that?
Are wearables the IoT version of the Master Cleanse? Or can they really stick? It is still early days but whether you actually kept your New Year’s Resolution won’t be a determining factor. Ask your CEO instead.
How one company is redefining the communication and use of healthcare information
Oscar health is a innovative healthcare insurance company focusing on the Internet era.