Rock Weekly: These 58 companies have a message for the FDA
October 13, 2014
Last week, 58 companies spanning tech and health pushed Congress to finally codify some previously-recommended digital health regulations. Meanwhile, HealthKit gained its first EHR integration at a health system, even as the largest wearable maker announced it has no plans to mingle with Apple’s new health platform.
Google Testing New Telemedicine Service
A Long-Touted Healthcare Revolution May At Last Be About To Arrive
Big Data, Meet Big Money: NIH Funds Centers To Crunch Health Data
Los Angeles Times
Is Fitbit Drawing The Battle Lines Against HealthKit?
Can Doctors Handle The Data Deluge?
Why Americans Are Drowning In Medical Debt
Mass. Becomes First State To Require Price Tags For Healthcare
Wearable Technology That Feels Like Skin
The New York Times
Rock Health In The News
This Stress-Sensing Fitness Tracker Won the Nation’s Top Design Award
SeeChange Inks Deal With Doctor on Demand In Telehealth Move
Project Cybersyn And The Origins Of The Big Data Nation
The New Yorker
Weight Loss Apps Help Kids Lose Pounds
Digitizing Home Health To Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates
|PillPack||$8.75M||Accel Partners, Atlas Ventures, Founder Collective||The Wall Street Journal|
|MyHealthDirect||$8M||Ares Capital Corporation, Arboretum Ventures, Chrysalis Ventures||The Tennessean|
|Justworks||$6M||Index Ventures, Thrive Capital||The Wall Street Journal|
|Spring Moves||$1M||Fredrik Nylander, Shane Naughton, Sebastian Knutsson||TechCrunch|
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