Startups with less than $5M in both funding and revenue are invited to apply by the October 11 deadline, and get expert support and free office space.
They plan to focus more on how healthcare is delivered and paid for while still pursuing traditional methods of controlling costs...
The app will lets users sequence their DNA so they could gain a deeper understanding of their body and its unique needs.
The setup includes a device that beams radio waves off a sleeping subject while changes in the body are detected when they bounce back.
The research study called Aurora is trying to figure out what biomarkers connect a traumatic event to the development and eventual diagnosis of PTSD.
The Chinese company managed to capture 17 percent of the market, overtaking Fitbit and Apple; global wearables shipments reached 21.6M units.
The 'anywhere to anywhere' idea is to allow VA providers to provide telehealth services from anywhere in the country to veterans anywhere in the country.
It will be water-proof up to 50m, have a multi-day battery life, and deliver the best health and fitness experience.
The eight-week-long study was looking to investigate whether fitness wearables could encourage young teenagers to take more exercise.
A Medicaid member was estimated to be 76% more likely to have a 6-month or more prenatal visit if she was the WYhealth Due Date Plus app user.