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.”
The digitalization of healthcare has added greater complexity and costs, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center believes artificial intelligence may be the solution.
Supply chain digitization at Kaiser Permanente, one of the nation’s largest health systems promises to bring healthcare to your fingertips.
The medical practitioner credentialing and enrollment process has much to gain from the utilization of the technology that underpins the Bitcoin market. The State of Illinois and Hashed Health have partnered to explore this.
Enli is using big data to transform health care delivery in the United States from a reactive to proactive process.
With 91 Americans dying every day from opioid overdose and a fragmented pharmaceutical supply chain, a new company is leveraging technology to trace drugs from manufacturer to patient.
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?
Can athenahealth ease the burden for small and medium size physician's offices?
Dallas start-up offers a platform to unite hospital and blood centers to deliver blood to patients in need.
Despite being over 70 years old, Kaiser Permanente is leading the digital health transformation.