Two new startups want to use wearable technology to relieve stress and improve the doctor-patient relationship.
Startup EveryMove ranks national and regional health insurance plans according to how active they are on social media, whether they have mobile applications and other consumer-friendly features.
Doximity, a “LinkedIn for Doctors,” and U.S. News and World Report are teaming up for an online “Doctor Finder” service.
New York-based health accelerator Blueprint Health graduated its third class of startups on Thursday. Check out five using technology to take on hospital infections, triage systems, doctor hygiene and more.
Meet the 13 startups selected to participate in GE and Startup Health’s inaugural entrepreneurship program in consumer health.
LabDoor, a San Francisco-based startup backed by digital health accelerator Rock Health, on Thursday launched web and mobile apps to help people research dietary supplements.
It’s easier said than done to stick to New Year’s resolutions for getting more sleep, exercising regularly or undertaking any other health-related routine. But a growing set of apps help people improve habits through activity tracking, design and networking with communities of peers or experts.
Mobile health is on the upswing but, to date, consumers have mostly gravitated to apps for fitness tracking and general wellness. In 2013, however, the field could make its biggest strides yet in the actual delivery of healthcare services.
With twelve years, two companies and a total of $100 million in venture capital funds raised, Jeff Tangney knows his way around health tech. The Epocrates and Doximity co-founder said the health tech landscape is changing and offered entrepreneurs in the field a little guidance.
New York-based Startup Health Academy is announcing its newest class of companies, which cover a broad spectrum of issues, from telehealth and physician engagement to social health information and managing health expenses.