From smart health monitoring platforms to wearable devices, owners are now able to track almost every aspect of their pet’s health.
With more personalized information available, owners can now easily understand which nutrients our pets need for both their bodies and their gut microbiome.
On May 26th, 2021, Plug and Play hosted a virtual event about digital therapeutics. Find out everything that we discussed.
We discussed with industry experts the trends, future implications, and applications of AI for biomarkers across different industries.
Plug and Play hosted an event where corporations and startups shared their views on collaborating together. Find the main takeaways.
Find out more about how digital twins are being used in the healthcare industry. Learn the applications of this technology, as well as the startups leading the way.
We have chosen 10 health startups that will make healthcare better for patients and providers alike in the year to come.
University Hospitals’ agile response to coronavirus has kept this large regional hospital in Northeast Ohio on top of the coronavirus pandemic. Find out how.
Check out the conversation between Saeed Amidi and Dr. Jochen Hurlebaus, Roche Diagnostic International's Head of Digital Health Innovation, regarding the COVID-19 situation.
NASA wants to send humans to Mars in the 2030s, and they have partnered with TRISH to find technologies that will keep space explorers safe.
Drugmakers are hoping to enlist the help of modern technologies that didn’t exist before to quickly create a new vaccine to counter coronavirus.
It is safe to say that the startup ecosystem in Japan is shifting to meet the needs created by this new environment.
Speed is critical. Startup technologies can help identify outbreak hotspots, prevent infections, reduce the need for physical contact in diagnostics, and even work towards developing a vaccine for COVID-19.
It is paramount that astronauts remain high-performing at all times, but life in space can affect their mental health. This is how NASA is trying to avoid that.
Space deeply affects our health. Find out the many different ways space affects astronauts' health, and how NASA is preparing to travel to Mars.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is at the forefront of innovation in healthcare and is growing efficiently to save human lives.
As awareness and movements over gender inequalities progress, a new female health technology market has risen more simply known as the “Femtech” market.
Telemedicine allows health care professionals to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance using telecommunications technology. The approach has been through a striking evolution in the last decade.
Technical innovations have influenced every pillar of healthcare from robot-assisted surgery to fraud detection and administrative workflows, but the most noticeable from a consumer standpoint is patient centered care.
We’ve compiled 5 extraordinary femtech companies that are paving the way for this emerging industry.
Here are 9 top AI companies in healthcare to keep an eye on.
We've compiled 11 remote patient monitoring companies paving the way for value-based care.
We’ve compiled our top 8 telemedicine companies to keep an eye on in 2020.
How health technology is shaping patient interaction to incorporate the framework of cultural humility.
The promise and potential of FemTech is huge.
Telehealth is a popular method of receiving healthcare and is now breaking ground in many more countries, including those in the Asia Pacific.
For the first time in recorded history, most people in the world can expect to live into their 60s and beyond. The over-60s represent a powerful wave of potential and opportunity.
Kaiser Permanente's Uli Chettipally shares his views on how AI will change the health Industry.