Latest IPO soars in debut
Let's start with some good news. After a slow 2016, digital health saw its third IPO of the year—iRhythm, which soared in its debut.
If Friday’s doomsday shutdown of the web was any indication, we're in for a heap of cyber trouble in the future. Healthcare execs and lawyers agree—healthcare is still the most vulnerable industry to cyber attacks.
Biden’s Final ‘Cancer Moonshot’ Report Outlines Progress And Hurdles
The Washington Post
Monitoring Your Health At The Molecular Level
The Patients Hurt By Health Tech Hype Of Theranos
The Wall Street Journal
The Cure For Cancer Is Data. Mountains Of Data.
MACRA May Be Troublesome For Health IT Vendors
Just How Much Did Pokemon Go Increase US Activity Levels? Quite A Bit.
Putting Telemedicine Behind Bars
Rock Health in the News
Brigham And Women's, Evidation Partner To Research Digital Tools In Clinical Trials
Can Silicon Valley Fix America's Ailing Health Insurance System?
- Type 1 Diabetes Management System Bigfoot Biomedical raised $35.5M
- LA-based Science 37 raised $31M to simplify clinical trials
- Heal raised $26.9M for doctor-on-demand house call service
- Propeller Health raised $21.5M to continue tackling asthma
- Activity-tracking swimcap and headband maker Moov raised $12M
- Dr. Harvey Karp’s Happiest Baby raised $10M to help babies fall and stay asleep
- Employee wellness company Newtopia raised $10M to expand genetic testing and coaching platform
- Finrise just raised $5.4M to lend money to people at doctor’s offices
- A16Z led a $2M round in UCSF eHeart study partner Cardiogram
- Wellthy raised $2M to help America's 66M unpaid caregivers
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