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Carolyn Witte, co-founder and CEO of Tia, discusses the growing world of "femtech" and what it means to run a startup during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prospective analytics must include business continuity scenarios that can be upended 180 degrees, says Peyman Zand, VP of CereCore.
Invalidating the federal healthcare law would result in 20 million or more uninsured – a bad outcome for many as COVID-19 is surging across the country.
The pandemic has forced the adoption of telehealth and other technologies that already existed, says Cam Deemer, president of DrFirst.
Dr. Benjamin Kanter, chief medical information officer for Vocera, explains how infection control and atypical care facilities have made a new case for flexible communications systems.
Now 100 days in care, health IT professional Frank Cutitta gives a firsthand look at what healthcare gets right, and wrong.
Now that the virtual health platform is mainstream, future efforts will likely focus on the disparity in numbers between patients and providers.
The front door needs to be easy to open and extend beyond the system's website to search engines and guided interactions like text and chat, say Erin Jospe, MD, chief medical officer at Kyruus, and AVIA VP Sonia Singh.
Brigham Digital Innovation Hub's Santosh Mohan and Dr. Mark Zhang discuss how the team sprang into action to address the growing needs of COVID-19 care and how innovations that once took months to create are now taking just days in some cases.
Mark Frank, cofounder and CEO of SonderMind, discusses the changing space of digital mental health and offers advice for startups.