Rock Weekly: AMZN and GOOG compete to control your genome
June 8, 2015
Digital health kicked off the month of June with its third IPO of 2015: Evolent Health, which earned a pretty $195M in its first day of trading.
And in Googleverse news: the tech giant is expanding its Baseline pilot to define human health, Sergey Brin defended his glucose-sensing contact lens moonshot project to shareholders, Google Genomics is competing with Amazon for a $1B business to store your DNA—and they’re using AI to count the calories in your Instagrams.
Amazon, Google Race To Get Your DNA Into The Cloud
Rebooting The Human Genome
Digital Tools To Prevent Diabetes
Texas Puts Brakes On Telemedicine—And Teladoc Cries Foul
Teenagers Seek Health Information Online, But Don’t Always Trust It
The New York Times
HHS Surpasses ACA Enrollment Goal. 10.2M Obtain And Pay For Coverage
What A Supreme Court Ruling Against Obamacare Would Look Like, In 3 Maps
Patient Ratings Of Doctor Quality Rarely Mention Clinical Outcomes
In Vermont, Frustrations Mount Over Affordable Care Act
The New York Times
Healthcare Spending Billions To Protect The Records It Spent Billions To Install
Are You A Victim Of Data Blocking? The Obama Administration Wants To Know
|PillPack||$50M||Charles River Ventures, Accel Partners, Atlas Venture, Menlo Ventures, Sherpa Ventures||Fortune|
|Carena||$13.3M||Cambia Health Solutions, McKesson Ventures, Catholic Health Initiatives, Martin Ventures||GeekWire|
|One Drop||$8M||RRE Ventures, BoxGroup, Capital Factory, LaunchCapital, Neu Ventures||TechCrunch|
|Careport Health||$3.8M||Generator Ventures, Baseline Ventures, CommonAngels Ventures, Excelerate Health Ventures, LaunchCapital, 500 Startups||HITConsultant|
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