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Advice for Health Tech: Focus on Results, Mission, & Critics | Molly Coye, AVIA

Health Tech Feb 25, 2020• By JESSICA DaMASSA, WTF HEALTH Molly Coye has spent more than two decades working to advance technology initiatives in healthcare, serving roles as diverse as the Commissioner of Health for the State of New Jersey, Chief Innovation Officer for UCLA Health, and now Executive in Residence for AVIA, which mentors… Read More »

Alphabet-backed One Medical files for IPO as money-losing tech companies struggle on public market

Amir Rubin, new CEO of One Medical One Medical One Medical, a chain of primary care clinics that touts a “technology-powered model” and has raised money from Alphabet, just filed to go public on the Nasdaq.  Founded in 2007, One Medical provides care at facilities in nine metropolitan markets throughout the country, with three more on… Read More »

Why cloud-based data collaboration tech could defend against superbug outbreaks

Clinical data is key to securing better patient outcomes, both on an individual level by identifying specific ailments in patients, and on a broader scale helping the medical community identify commonalities and patterns with different diseases. The automated, broader collection of data has grown exponentially over the last decade, yet data sharing has lagged. In… Read More »

XX Marks the Spot: Why Did Women Tech Experts Rule at DC Health Data Confab?

By MICHAEL L. MILLENSON Three government experts on a health tech conference panel discuss the urgency of releasing actionable data; all are women. A more senior official, another woman, gives a TED-style talk making the same case. And a four-person, private-sector panel debates privacy and ethics; three of the four are female. Health Datapalooza, a… Read More »

Cybersecurity, telehealth, tech disruptors top health system concerns for 2019

Dive Brief: Cybersecurity, telehealth and health IT disruptors are front and center in health system leaders’ minds as they look ahead to 2019, a new Center for Connected Medicine report finds. In a survey of C-suite executives at 40 U.S. health systems, 87% said they expect to increase spending on cybersecurity, while none plan to cut spending.… Read More »