The solution enables doctors and other medical professionals to quickly create CareKit and Internet of medical things apps without software developers.
The intensive, three-month program provides financial backing, training and exposure to a global entrepreneurial network.
This year, the research firm predicts vendors shipping a total of 121.7M wearable devices, marking a 16.6% increase from the 104.4M units shipped in 2016.
Recruitment of heart failure patients at MGH has just begun, and the study is expected to conclude by the end of this year.
The five-day program is dedicated to fostering relationships between emerging digital health startups and industry leaders in Chicago, IL.
The initiative is designed to support and help develop FDA's Software Precertification (PreCert) Pilot Program.
The Eight Roads China Healthcare Fund has secured $250M to invest in China, while OrbiMed has $551M for investments in China and India.
If Fitbit can do it, so can Garmin; the wearable packs contactless payments and support for third-party apps.
During the program, the startups will be paired with mentors and partners to validate their business model, product and business development.
The low-cost device is capable of testing for certain diseases like the flu, bacterial infections and even cancer.