This week we take look at the implications of electronic patient reported outcome (ePROs) interventions and some notable partnerships and evidence behind these solutions. Is this the future of routine cancer care? We think so. Read on to find out why:
In this week’s blog, we look at how digital health can play a role in clinical trials - from patient recruitment, to helping patients control their own trial experience, to collecting more regular and more accurate data from the trials.
Prescription and Reimbursement: Navigating Uncharted Waters in Digital Therapeutics. Recorded in September 2018.
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.
In this week’s blog we are doing a round-up of our Global Gathering in Mumbai, discussing the digital health landscape in India and some of our key learnings from the event.
The FDA and European commission have taken some big steps as a response to the burgeoning digital health market, while still trying to fulfill its mission of protecting public health. In this blog, we look at American and European initiatives in putting some structure on the regulation of SaMDs.
This week we take a look at some of the notable healthcare activities Google and Apple have engaged in so far to provide insight into their healthcare strategies and where healthcare incumbents may be challenged or where healthcare organisations may stand to benefit from the precedent.
Inaugural Member Conference in Mumbai, India. Will Highlight Key Topics in Digital Health Including Chronic Disease Management, Patient Centricity and Big Data to Improve Patient Outcomes
Adequate payment for a digital health solution is essential to becoming successful and driving mainstream adoption. In this week's blog, we investigate which solutions are actually generating revenue, why and what business models have worked.
Recap of HealthXL's Global Gathering in Menlo Park, hosted by GE Ventures. Highlighting the opioid crisis, solutions and removing the stigma. Also shining a light on how technology can enhance seniors living with dementia, by designing tools that address their needs and ability.
Rapidly proliferating evidence-based digital health solutions, bigger data sets, more advanced analytics tools and some of the areas discussed above are categorically changing the face of healthcare payments
Is Alexa the new voice of healthcare delivery? She can give information about the weather, the news, play music, tell jokes, etc, surely she can solve your health woes, right? Maybe not just yet. Alexa won’t change healthcare delivery until she is HIPAA compliant.
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 innovations that are unleashing the power of technology to fundamentally change how patient care is delivered in India. These innovations span across a wide range of areas such as telemedicine, appointment management, e-pharmacies and adherence tracking.
As we progress into a new health paradigm of personalisation and prevention we are being forced to consider how we can make data more accessible for consumers, ensure privacy and facilitate interoperability. Enter Blockchain.
Healthcare events and conferences throughout 2018/2019 where you will find HealthXL participating.
Scott Weiner MD, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital who has spent many years researching and advocating for solutions to curb the opioid epidemic explains why he became interested in the topic, how hospitals can more effectively deal with this crisis.
We outline the stories of two very different humans whose paths cross given their relationship as patient and physician. You can see the problem of addiction and the hardships in treatment (even if very evidence-based) through their eyes.
While technology is already transforming transportation and infrastructure systems in cities around the world, people are now recognising its potential to also tackle the health and environmental challenges associated with city living.
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.
FemTech is a rapidly growing area of digital health targeted at women’s health and wellness - from rapid diagnostics and to remote monitoring, and beyond. We looked at some of the most promising Reproductive and Maternal focused FemTech solutions
Medical education needs a bit of shaking up, and medical schools are beginning to innovate to prepare new physicians for the emerging new model of care.
There has been much hype around healthcare consumerism lately, with direct-to-consumer digital health and wellness apps coming into the market at unprecedented rates - But can we really trust patients to filter through this noise and find true value?