Aetna is using digital technologies to create efficiencies in the health insurance supply chain.
GSK needs to carefully evaluate incorporating 3D printing in its supply chain before disrupters steal its market share.
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.”
Enli is using big data to transform health care delivery in the United States from a reactive to proactive process.
The health care industry has (finally) embraced digitization. But how can insurers organize data from multiple sites of care—and drive better outcomes for patients?
Creating a whole new healthcare ecosystem… please don’t be the new Theranos.
Tackling referrals and healthcare's triple aim
In Alaska, medication was once delivered across vast distances by dogsled. Now, digital health technologies are reshaping how critically ill patients receive care in America’s last frontier.
PillPack is a Somerville, MA-based an independent online pharmacy start-up founded in February 2014, with $62.5M raised to date (valuation unknown). In less than two years, PillPack has distributed over a million individual dose packets, acquired licenses to serve patients […]
How the business, R&D, and manufacturing synergies of the Swiss drug giant helped it to become the largest biotech manufacturer in the world.