The Health: Refactored 2-day conference will bring together designers, developers, and health/technology professionals to discuss the economics and governmental factors influencing health tech, the latest user experience paradigms, as well as API and data sources. We’re here at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley today and tomorrow to share the most exciting and interesting finds from this two-day event.
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.
DermLink impresses with a framework for delivering mobile telemedicine without neglecting patients, general practitioners and clinical specialists.
Procured Health is a graduate of the Blueprint Health digital accelerator in NYC.
University of Amsterdam performed a study to determine the effect of teledermatology on the efficiency, quality and costs of care when integrated into daily practice, following patient selection by a general practitioner (GP).
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has partnered with Health 2.0 to launch the Aligning Forces for Quality app challenge in an effort to leverage their data to create meaningful apps that help patients find the highest quality care for their condition