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News: Social Engagement

Blockchain-Powered Platform Allows Cancer Patients to Share Their Medical Records with Providers, Caregivers

A new cancer management platform is re-imagining EHR interoperability by putting data in the hands of patients. Witty Health’s Oncopower platform […]

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Renault’s EZ-GO Concept Vehicle Reimagines Ridehailing

At this week’s Geneva Motor Show, European car-maker Renault will be showcasing EZ-GO, a new concept car which seeks to […]

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Social Network Lets Users Read Provider Reviews from Friends and Family

A new startup is using social media to facilitate a strategy patients often use when selecting a new care provider- […]

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Microsoft’s “Canetroller” Uses VR to Help Visually Impaired People Learn How to Use White Canes

When most people think of VR, they think of visual feedback: just look at companies like SolisVR, which takes seniors […]

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MyndVR and Littlstar Partner to Offer VR for Residential Care Facilities

MyndVR, a virtual reality company that specializes in creating solutions for senior living, announced Tuesday that they had partnered with […]

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CES 2018 to Feature Accessibility Tech Startups

The CTA (Consumer Technology Association) will include a new feature on accessibility tech startups during this year’s CES (Consumer Electronics […]

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SAFETRIP Launches Medical Transport Ride-Hailing App

As seniors and those with limited mobility who are unable to drive often face obstacles using public transportation to get […]

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Qualcomm Joins the Race Towards Self-Driving Technology

As an aging population aims to stay active and independent for as long as possible, interest in autonomous and semi-autonomous […]

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Tech Startups Focus on Improving Senior Quality of Life

As the American population continues to grow older, aging-related startups are proliferating at a breakneck pace. Although this means an […]

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Existing Technology Could Help Dementia Patients and Caregivers

An article published Tuesday in the American Journal of Accountable Care argued for the implementation of existing technologies in the […]

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