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.
Patrick Soon-Shiong‘s NantWorks announced their first acquisition of 2012 on Tuesday buying Boston Life Labs and moving its operations across the country from Boston to Phoenix. NantCare, as the company is renamed, provides software and hardware products to enable wireless monitoring of patients’ blood pressure, blood sugar, weight, medication management and other indicators. From a […]
Patrick Soon-Shiong’s new company NantWorks has launched its own digital incubator called NantAccelerator, seeks applicants for inaugural class.
It was a big week in Silicon Beach for Dr Patrick Soon-Shiong and his new company NantWorks. They announced the acquisition of Japan-based medical imaging company Ziosoft, as well as receiving the Wall Street Journal Innovation Award and the FCC Chairman’s Award for Advancements in Accessibility.
The future of mHealth is “infrastructure independent care” according to Don Casey, CEO of the West Wireless Health Institute and Managing Director of the recently launched West Health Investment Fund, two of the most important initiatives in the entire mobile health industry.
Another day, another deal struck by Patrick Soon-Shiong’s NantWorks hybrid incubator, sending the mHealth visionary well on his way to transforming Los Angeles into a so-called “Silicon Beach…building the world the way da Vinci saw it”.
Patrick Soon-Shiong’s foray into mHealh has largely been met with glowing praise and very little critical review, which is crazy because he is a 60 year-old man trying to take on the millennial generation on their own turf.