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The Longevity Network Guide to 2017 Healthcare Trends

January is a time for new beginnings for many and if you are an investor, entrepreneur or innovator, 2017 may […]

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Entrepreneurs Must Lead The Way Forward In Health Care

Entrepreneur Glen Tullman thinks that what health care needs isn’t a new wearable or telemedicine app- it’s transformation.  He explains […]

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Market Report Predicts Growth for Health Caregiving 2016-2024

A new report from Persistence Market Research entitled Health Caregiving Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast 2016-2024 predicts that the […]

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Smart camera software can monitor your vital signs just by looking at you

Wearable devices that can monitor your heart rate are so November 2016. A U.K.-based startup is taking health monitoring tech to […]

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Health Tech 2016: A Year To Recalibrate

Among the key health technology lessons that 2016 has reinforced: biology is fiendishly complex; data ≠ insight; impacting health – […]

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Diagnosing why innovation hasn’t stopped healthcare productivity declines

Autonomous vehicles. Augmented reality. Artificial Intelligence. The world is undergoing radical transformation via technological innovation. Healthcare is not immune to […]

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How do we bridge the gap between telehealth and telemedicine?

Telemedicine is changing the way we receive and deliver health care. But telemedicine isn’t new. Throughout history, mankind has studied […]

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What does the future of healthcare look like?

Even as venture funding has slowed down this year, healthcare has remained one of the top spaces for companies to […]

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Valuing The Person, Not Just The Patient, In Health Care

It is time to modernize our ideas and actions toward aging and health care so older Americans can get the […]

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It’s Time to Disrupt the $3 Trillion Healthcare Industry

Numerous major players–from Silicon Valley innovators, to health care professionals, to government leaders–are looking to use technology to transform healthcare. […]

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