To kick things off this January, we are bringing you a three part blog series focused on the next phase of digital health - Digital Health 3.0 - authored by leading industry experts who succinctly explore how we’ve landed at this crossroads and hypothesize on what’s next for digital health.
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A good part of September was spent in Asia at our gatherings in Shanghai and Tokyo at JLabs and IBM respectively. Over the last 5 years, we have been hosting these events all around the globe but this was a first for HealthXL and we thoroughly enjoyed it while also learning lots of new things.
Silicon Valley is known around the world as the center for technology innovation. In this blog post, we have used investment as a proxy for innovation to understand if maybe Silicon Valley has overstayed its welcome and is now paving the way for other tech innovation hubs in the USA and abroad.
From a corporate environment, working with accelerators, to becoming an accelerator, working with other accelerators - Martin Kelly CEO of HealthXL gives his account of the journey that led his company out of infancy to a global operation working with 5 of the top 5 pharma's in the world.
Digital health continues to attract significant new investment dollars and drive lots of M&A activity, however there is a lot of hype and confusion about how it will reshape healthcare delivery and impact the life-science industry.
HealthXL are delighted to welcome the digital health innovators at MCRI in becoming a member our global digital health community. MCRI are looking forward to collaborating with other organisations to overcome the challenges in health and healthcare.
Roundup of the most interesting stories in digital health this week