By Selina McKee | June 30, 2020 | pharmatimes.com Pfizer has linked with Nordic group SidekickHealth to launch a digital therapeutics platform designed to empower patients to take more control of their own health and boost wellbeing across Europe. According to the groups, scientific expertise and digital technologies have been combined to give patients a [...]
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By Andrea Downey | June 30, 2020 | digitalhealth.net The latest Digital Health Unplugged is now live, this time looking at the government’s decision to abandon it’s contact-tracing app in favour of Apple and Google’s technology. Join senior reporter Andrea Downey, editor Hannah Crouch, and editor-in-chief Jon Hoeksma as they look at the reasons behind [...]
A recent Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) webinar examined how rising demand for digital health apps, regulatory changes and a novel ”fast-track programme” have made the German healthcare market more accessible and promising for health tech innovators. By: June 29, 2020 | HealthCareITNews Research conducted last year by consulting company Roland Berger predicts that the [...]
David Cannington | Forbes.com | Jun 29, 2020 The novel coronavirus has put a unique spotlight on the value of digital health when access is restricted to a large percentage of the population. However, it is not the only issue that necessitates shutdowns or reduced access to specialty health care. Wildfires and associated smoke pollution, [...]
June 29, 2020 | Advisory Board On the Radio Advisory podcast, host Rachel Woods spoke with Tom Cassels and Megan Zweig from Rock Health, the first venture fund dedicated to digital health, about how the digital health sphere has changed in response to Covid-19 and what that change means for patients, especially those in underserved populations. Rae Woods: [...]
How digital health solutions have prevailed during Covid-19 and set the stage for a digital-first futureDHIT2020-07-01T05:43:12-04:00
By Juliet Silver | Jun 29, 2020 | bizjournals.com Health care providers and payors remain immersed in the pandemic. Deaths and hospital admissions hover well above normal levels, requiring emergency response measures to manage and care for thousands of patients. Health care organizations, understandably, are in a reactive stance. In addition to grappling with the [...]