Samsung sees a big opportunity in digital health, and wants developers to get on board by opening up its SAMI cloud platform and its Simband reference design wearable.
Medical records are moving online, wearables are logging information about their users and genetic testing startups are in possession of highly personal information. We need to take steps to protect our healthcare data.
The app-driven neighborhood fitness startup charges you less the more you work out.
Online health community HealthTap has launched a new paid mobile app, called TalktoDocs, that gives patients a voice-controlled way to get answers to their medical questions.
As part of its ongoing shift from offering content to being a “full-service engagement platform for patients,” WebMD has acquired Avado to help patients and physicians interact.
This year, digital health records and practice management startup CareCloud has raised $29 million and announced a partnership with cloud startup Box. This is its latest effort in expanding its platform in healthcare.
Santa Monica-based Brighter, which helps people find discount dental services online, plans to extend into markets outside the Los Angeles area starting in 2014.
A small Canadian startup says its new health-tracking wristband can track a user’s caloric intake using spectroscopy.
In his first health-focused event since it became clear that the new health insurance marketplaces are hobbled by technical problems, President Obama said top private sector IT experts are working to fix the issues.
“Accidental health data journalist” Fred Trotter wants to raise funding and gather data from the crowd to help researchers and clinicians build tools and apps for those with food-related conditions.