11/25/19

The Rock Weekly

Fitbit users are quitting cold turkey

Fitbit users are quitting cold turkey, the VA is rolling out Podimetrics’ smart mat to diabetic veterans nationwide, and more pharma companies are betting digital health will be the secret sauce to success. This week, we’re feeling especially grateful for the Rock Health family—our portfolio companies (they’re hiring like nobody’s business!), our corporate partners, and each and every one of you. Thank you for all you do to make healthcare massively better!

Kick off JPM 2020 with digital health friends old and new on January 13. Request an invite to our happy hour.

Headlines

Google Demos Its EHR-Like Clinical Documentation Tool
David Feinberg also addresses privacy concerns in the post MobiHealthNews | (Tweet)

Albertsons Launches In-Store AI Diabetic Retinopathy Tests
The goal is to identify and treat high-risk patients earlier Becker's Hospital Review | (Tweet)

An Inside Look At Stanford's Futuristic New Hospital
368 patient rooms, 23 self-driving robots, and an AI research project STAT | (Tweet)

How Lax Oversight Of EHRs Puts Patients At Risk
+ EHRs get an F grade for usability, study shows Fortune | (Tweet)

Hims Looks To Raise $200M As Men's Health Startups Grow
“‘There are a lot of questions that still need to be answered’” CNBC | (Tweet)

Your Smartphone Could Stop An Epidemic
Location data may be leveraged to keep you out of harm's way Fast Company | (Tweet)

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