Rock Weekly: What do IBM, Apple, and UHC have in common?
May 4, 2015
What do IBM, Apple, and UnitedHealthcare have in common? They’re all avid fans of the shifting center of healthcare—helping seniors better access healthcare technology and announcing coverage of telemedicine visits. Good thing consumers are a-ok with taking control of their own health.
Speaking of patient empowerment in the digital age, we have free copies of Eric Topol’s The Patient Will See You Now for five lucky readers who respond here. Happy reading!
How Is The Doctor-Patient Relationship Changing? It’s Going Electronic.
The Washington Post
Telemedicine, Interoperability Absent From 21st Century Cures Act Update
Overkill: Unnecessary Medical Care Is Harming Patients Physically And Financially
The New Yorker
Cedars-Sinai: Let Patients Decide What Data To Share Via Apple HealthKit
Finnish City Cures Healthcare Inflation With E-Health System
Teladoc Announces Confidential Submission Of Initial IPO Paperwork
The Wall Street Journal
Apple Makes Ethics Board Approval Mandatory For All Medical Research Apps
Robots Used In Long-Distance Surgery Can Easily Be Hacked
What’s Written On Your Face
The New Yorker
One Doctor’s Quest To Save The World With Data
Personalized Medicine: Time For One-Person Trials
Rock Health In The News
Silicon Valley Looks To ‘Disrupt’ Elder Care
Will Video Visits Change The Doctor-Patient Relationship?
|Scanadu||$35M||Fosun International, Tencent Holdings, China Broadband Capital, IGlobe Partners, others||The Wall Street Journal|
|Validic||$12.5M||Kaiser Permanente Ventures||MobiHealthNews|
|MD Insider||$9.5M||Angels||MedCity News|
|MORE Health||$3M||NEA||MedCity News|
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