Patrick Soon-Shiong’s NantWorks unveils a huge new joint venture with Intel, Blue Shield of California and others to use supercomputing for real-time tumor genome sequencing.
Health 2.0 joins forces with AT&T to host SXSW’s official Mobile App Hackathon on Mar. 9, 2012. Health 2.0 and AT&T are challenging developers, UI/UX designers and researchers to build mobile health applications over the course of 24 hours at the downtown Austin Convention Center from Friday, Mar. 9 to Saturday, Mar. 10.
Today, March 9th, is a big day for certain participants in this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) located in Austin, Texas. Health 2.0 and AT&T have teamed up to host SXSW’s official Mobile App Hackathon. While the title may be a bit misleading, the goal of this contest is to challenge developers, UI/UX designers and researchers to build mobile health applications–all within a period of 24 hours. The contest is being held in the Austin Convention Center.
Boston Scientific, awaiting FDA approval, will create pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) and cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillators and pacemakers (CRT-Ds and CRT-Ps) that have the ability to transmit implantable cardiac device data to physicians and other healthcare providers through AT&T’s wireless network.
By Tim Bredrup AT&T recently launched a beta version of the AT&T Developer Center ForHealth under the AT&T ForHealth practice. Based on an open set of developer tools and infrastructure, the AT&T Developer Center ForHealth is expected to streamline, accelerate and lower costs in the development, deployment and management of enterprise-grade mHealth applications. In addition […]