Five years of digital health
September 8, 2015
Five years ago, two Harvard Business School students set out to build a community dedicated to changing healthcare—and Rock Health (never ‘Rock’) was born. From our first office behind a Chinatown scarf shop to the day we killed our accelerator, our commitment to that community has remained. Since then nearly every tech giant, the FDA, and your mom embraced the space too. Dive into digital health history.
Thank you for being a part of this epic journey (which has only just begun).
Are Digital Health Technologies Really Good For Our Health?
Why Google Is Going All In On Diabetes
What Are A Hospital’s Costs? Utah System Is Trying To Learn
The New York Times
CDC: Fewer People Neglecting Healthcare Over Cost
At Least 81% Of Healthcare Companies Have Been Breached
Apple Watch Global Shipments Hit 3.6M, Behind Fitbit’s 4.4M
For Health Insurance Startup Oscar, Cute Ads Only Go So Far
"Molecular Tweeting" Could Hold The Key To Busting Superbugs
54% Of Millennials Look Online Before Choosing A Doctor
Google’s Latest Update Makes Life Easier For Hypochondriacs
Rock Health In The News
Virtual Video Visits Gain Coverage From BCBS (Doctor on Demand)
|Modernizing Medicine||$10M||Silicon Valley Bank||FinSMEs|
|Medfusion||$3M||Bull City Venture Partners, Hatteras Venture Partners||MobiHealthNews|
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