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Nagarro | November 25, 2021
Nagarro, a global digital engineering company, and BioT Medical, a No-code connected-care platform for medical devices, announced a strategic partnership. In an age of data-driven hyper-personalized care, maximizing the medical device potential has never been more critical. The Nagarro BioT partnership represents the best of two worlds, digital engineering excellence, and connected medical device mastery.
This partnership will allow device manufacturers to transform any medical devi...
Athenahealth | June 12, 2020
Athenahealth announced this week that it had launched an embedded telehealth tool to allow practitioners to conduct virtual visits without having to download separate software or use another third-party app. The Watertown, Massachusetts-based cloud computing vendor said athenaTelehealth – which is free for its athenaOne electronic health record tool customers until September 30 – enables providers to more easily conduct HIPAA-compliant telehealth visits within practice workflows, fro...
Lucira Health | December 27, 2021
Lucira Health, Inc., a medical technology company focused on the development and commercialization of transformative and innovative infectious disease test kits, announced a new agreement with Switch Health Solutions Inc. ("Switch Health") to increase Canadians' access to at-home molecular COVID-19 tests as Omicron cases surge. Lucira will provide more than 2 million at-home COVID-19 test kits in 2022 as part of the deal.
"As Omicron cases surge arou...
HealthITAnalytics | January 27, 2020
Advancements in genomics and precision medicine have improved healthcare’s understanding of human disease, but stakeholders will need to address disparities and increase data sharing in order to leverage the full potential of genomic medicine, according to a study published in Nature. Over the past two decades, technological advancements, as well as the collection and analysis of genetic and clinical data, have enhanced the use of genomics in healthcare. With these industry-wide changes, g...
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