Rock Weekly: 31 things we learned in’s first 31 days

November 4, 2013

While we were wading through applications last week, crashed, the ‘tech surge’ became a reality as Google and Oracle jumped in to lend a hand, and it was revealed that a grand total of 6 Americans signed up on launch day.  This week, find us at Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit, WIRED Data | Life, and Partnering for Cures.



Crowdfunding Rules: The Good and Bad News for Entrepreneurs and Investors
Washington Post

31 Things We Learned in’s First 31 Days
Washington Post

95 Million Americans Used Mobile for Health in 2013

Wrangling Data from a Huge Variety of Fitness Gadgets
New York Times

Two Bipartisan-Backed Bills Aimed at Mobile Health

Computer-Controlled Anesthesia Could Be Safer for Patients
Technology Review

Four Things We Actually Learned from Sebelius’s Testimony

Genetics’ Rite of Passage


Rock Health in the News

As Tremor Sufferers Await Remedies, Lift Labs ‘Cures’ Their Tools

Disrupting the Traditional Primary Care Business Model
Christensen Institute

Healthcare Law Creates Opportunity for Startups
USA Today



Name Amt Investors Source
Brighter $15M Tenaya Capital, Mayfield Fund and Benchmark peHUB
Qliance $5.5M Undisclosed SEC
Clinical Ink $4.3M FCA Venture Partners and others MobiHealthNews

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