Rock Weekly: 45 Mind Blowing Digital Health Stats

December 10th, 2012

Things are humming along at HQ in San Francisco, although a few teams and friends managed to poke their head out this week at the Apple Store in San Francisco to demo their latest products to a packed audience.   Other news: the mHealth Summit happened, AliveCor got their 510(k), and Khosla expanded on his HiSum comments.  These and more in this week’s headlines.

‘Tis the season to stay in the digital health loop.  Holiday gift guide to come.


Mobile Health Moves Forward: FDA Approves AliveCor’s Heart Monitor For The iPhone

Technology Will Replace 80% of What Doctors Do

For Second Opinion, Consult a Computer?
New York Times

Almost Half of Clinicians Collect Data at Bedside via Mobiles

Tech Workers See Opportunity as Health-Care Law Kicks In
Bloomberg Businessweek

A Crowded Emergency Department Can Kill You
The Washington Post

iHealth Smartphone-enabled Devices to Integrate With EHR

A Promising Technology to Prevent HIV and Unwanted Pregnancy
Los Angeles Times

Rock Health in the News

Mobile Health Apps Under the Regulatory Microscope

45 Mind Blowing Digital Health Statistics
Healthcare IT News

Funding & Acquisitions

Modernizing Medicine Gets $12M to Push Physicians into the Digital Age

Physicians Interactive Snags Reading-based InfoMedics
Mass High Tech

Employee Software Specialist HealthcareSource Buys NetLearning
Modern Healthcare

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