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Whiskey Coffee, Immigration, AI: MassChallenge Austin 2019 Startups

Austin—MassChallenge has picked the 74 early-stage companies that will eventually compete for a portion of $500,000 in cash as a part of its Austin accelerator program. They’re startups that are developing products in a wide range of sectors, including life sciences, agriculture, and artificial intelligence.A majority of the startups are from Texas, although some come from elsewhere in the US and world, including California, Virginia, Mexico, and Israel. Many of the founders are women: 56 perce...
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Whiskey Coffee, Immigration, AI: MassChallenge’s New Austin Cohort

Austin—MassChallenge has picked the 74 early-stage companies that will eventually compete for a portion of $500,000 in cash as a part of its Austin accelerator program. They’re startups that are developing products in a wide range of sectors, including life sciences, agriculture, and artificial intelligence.A majority of the startups are from Texas, although some come from elsewhere in the US and world, including California, Virginia, Mexico, and Israel. Many of the founders are women: 56 perce...
Tags: Startups, Accelerator, Texas, Technology, Magnets, Cloud Computing, Cancer, Israel, Immigration, US, Employment, Trends, Startup, Tech, Diversity, Crops


Redox Wrangles $33M to Become Healthcare’s Go-To Data Integrator

As hospitals and clinics have shifted from paper-based records to digital systems, one of the biggest challenges has been sharing patient data between healthcare providers, and between providers and outside software applications. This “interoperability” problem has created a market for companies such as Redox, a Madison, WI-based startup that develops software tools to make the flow of patient information more seamless.Redox has worked on the problem for about five years, and now investors thin...
Tags: Startups, Microsoft, Trends, Tech, Vc, Software, Healthcare, Wisconsin, Health Records, Fitbit, Api, RRE Ventures, Battery Ventures, Healthtech, Phoenix, Cleveland Clinic


Apple, Amazon, and Uber are moving in on health care. Will it help?

Companies like Apple, Amazon, and Google have been busy investing in health care companies, developing new apps, and hiring health professionals for new business ventures. Their current focus appears to be on tech-savvy millennials, but the bulk of health care expenditures goes to the elderly. Big tech should look to integrating its most promising health care devise, the smartphone, more thoroughly into health care. None Health care spending in the United States reached $3.5 trillion in 2017, ro...
Tags: Apple, Health, Google, Amazon, Uber, Business, Technology, Medicine, Microsoft, Data, United States, Innovation, Health Records, Fda, Health Care, Social Change


Xealth Gets $11M, Aims to Be Surescripts of Digital Health Services

Doctors prescribe all sorts of things for their patients, like drugs, medical procedures, and changes to diet and exercise regimen. Prescribing a software application—one that helps a patient manage diabetes, for example—may sound futuristic to some people. But to Mike McSherry, CEO of Xealth, a Seattle-based startup that announced $11 million in new funding Wednesday to help fuel its continued growth, prescribing digital products and services is where the healthcare industry is headed.“We let ...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Medicine, Trends, Tech, Vc, Software, Diabetes, Epic, Healthcare, Health Records, Novartis, Philips, Seattle, Digital Health, Electronic Health Records


Health care: Information tech must catch up to medical marvels

The United States health care system has much room for improvement, and big tech may be laying the foundation for those improvements. Technological progress in medicine is coming from two fronts: medical technology and information technology. As information technology develops, patients will become active participants in their health care, and value-based care may become a reality. None ​ In his book Health Care Reboot , Michael Dowling, Northwell Health's CEO, argues that "[the United States]...
Tags: Apple, Business, Technology, Medicine, Medical, Data, Public Health, United States, Innovation, Health Records, Health Care, Long Island, Social Change, Northwell Health, Hospital Los Angeles, Dowling


9 million veterans can now access their health records on an iPhone

Apple announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that allows as many as 9 million veterans to access their health records straight on their iPhone. The announcement could have a significant impact on veterans' health. The post 9 million veterans can now access their health records on an iPhone appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Veterans, Health Records, Health & Fitness, U S Department of Veterans Affairs


Daily Crunch: SoftBank bets big on autonomous delivery

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here: 1. SoftBank’s next bet: $940M into autonomous delivery startup Nuro Nuro has raised $940 million in financing from the SoftBank Vision Fund, a whopping amount that will be used to expand its delivery service, add new partners, hire employees and scale up its fleet of self-driving bots. The autonomous ...
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Apple partners with VA to bring Health Records to veterans

Apple announced this morning it has partnered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to make the Health Records feature on iPhones available to veterans. The deal will allow the veterans to view their medical information across participating institutions, including the VA, organized in the Apple Health app. These health records include allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals, and will be displayed alongside other information, like Apple Wa...
Tags: Apple, Health, TC, America, Tech, Tim Cook, Va, Health Records, Jeff Williams, Coo, Department of Veterans Affairs, Apple Health, U S Department of Veterans Affairs VA, U S The Health Records, VA Apple


MassChallenge Awards $510K to Eight Startups in Texas Accelerator

Austin—[Updated 2:11 p.m. See below.] MassChallenge gave out $510,000 in cash to eight startups Wednesday, including to six early stage companies from Texas.During an award ceremony in Austin, two hometown companies won $100,000 each, the top awards of the night. Environmental Quality Operations, or EQO, has developed a bioengineered diagnostic technology to “detect, monitor, and eradicate” invasive aquatic species. And Sempulse is developing a device that attaches to a person’s ear and can mon...
Tags: Startups, Accelerator, Texas, Technology, Greece, Cloud Computing, Cancer, Trends, Startup, Diversity, Crops, App, Software, Austin, Mental Health, Restaurant


DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Apple delivers Health Records API to developers — Teladoc opens door to new global markets — Mount Sinai taps AI to detect kidney disease

Welcome to DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING, the newsletter providing the latest news, data, and insight on how digital technology is disrupting the healthcare ecosystem, produced by Business Insider Intelligence. Sign up and receive DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING free to your inbox. Have feedback? We'd like to hear from you. Write me at: [email protected] APPLE’S NEW API OFFERS HEALTH CARE COMPANIES NEW   BREADTH OF CONSUMER DATA: Apple is further entrenching the iPhone as a gateway for patient ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, UK, New York, Microsoft, US, Samsung, Trends, Spain, Asia Pacific, Health Records, Latin America, Alexa, Mount Sinai, Riverside


UK Hospital Fires Worker for Looking at Ed Sheeran's Health Records

Workers at a National Health Service hospital in the United Kingdom were reprimanded for their role in an extremely narrow data breach that exposed the personal information of exactly one person: Ed Sheeran. Read more...
Tags: UK, Science, Data Breach, NHS, Ed Sheeran, United Kingdom, National Health Service, Health Records, Ed Sheeran s Health Records


Apple looks to put all your medical records in your iPhone

  Medical records tend to be kept in a variety of doctor’s offices, both digitally and on paper. It can be a mess. Apple thinks it has a solution, saying Wednesday it will introduce a new Health Records feature in its next iOS update this spring. Health Records, which will be available to patients at a dozen medical providers to start, will pull together a patient’s allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals, and the patient will receive notifications w...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Health, Security, News, Medical, Sem, App, Health Records, Radio Show


Apple is going after a project Google abandoned — easy access to your complete medical records (AAPL)

Apple is expanding its health app to include information from medical records.  That way, iPhone users can track everything from allergies to vaccines to lab results. It's a big move to get patients their electronic health records, something companies have been trying for years that hasn't taken off.    Along with photos from your recent vacation and your music library, your iPhone will soon be able to store your medical information. The hope is that by storing all your information — like wh...
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Apple wants to gather all your medical records in the Health app

 Apple announced a new health effort as part of iOS 11.3. The new Health Records section in the Health app lets you gather and view all your medical records. The company is partnering with hospitals and clinics. Apple released the first beta version of iOS 11.3 today. While the new version of iOS is going to remain in beta testing for a couple of months, it should be available as a free download… Read More
Tags: Apple, Ios, Health, Startups, TC, Gadgets, Mobile, Apps, Health Records, HealthKit, iOS 11, Ios 11.3


Putting data back into the hands of owners

 Ever wondered why your physician owns the information from your blood work? Or why your dentist owns your x-rays. Or some financial services company owns your credit information? Most people forget that social media companies own the messages, pictures and videos that they post everyday. The pervasiveness of this paradox is considerable. Why is this the case? Read More
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Major Bernie Sanders Health News: He's Doing OK

Seventy-four-year-old Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders has released a letter from his attending physician that describes him as “overall in very good health.” What a pleasant surprise!Read more...
Tags: Democrats, Election 2016, Health Records, Bernie Sanders, Iowa Caucuses


How do I access my medical records?

Just like internet banking you'll be able to check your health records online from next year [Author: Telegraph Reporters] [ ]
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