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.
Heather Bell, SVP & Global Head of Digital and Analytics for Sanofi, chats about the future of healthcare and how they plan on working with startups.
Oliver Keown, Senior Associate for Healthcare Investing at GE Ventures spends time meeting startups with the goal to find next-generation health startups that have the potential to grow and scale.
Terrence Hibbert, Director of Innovation for the University of Mississippi Medical Center searches for startups that can help address the challenges they face in healthcare in Mississippi.
From metagenomics to live bacterial therapeutics to personalized nutrition, the microbiome field is a burgeoning force that has penetrated the health and agriculture industries.
Jeffrey Makowka, Director of Market Innovation for AARP, talks to us about the future of healthcare
With more than 50% of the world’s population being female, efficient female healthcare is an urgent necessity.
Artificial Intelligence is at the forefront of innovation in healthcare and is growing efficiently to save human lives.
By storing medical record transactions on the blockchain, a smart and secure healthcare ecosystem is created.
As a result of systematic misuse in medicine and lack of resources, chronic addiction to opioids has become rampant. As the epidemic reaches critical mass, new technologies are stepping up to help combat the issues.
Mental health is becoming an increasingly important and less stigmatized issue.
Advancing disease prevention wearables could allow for us to reduce our health costs while still continuing to develop new MedTech innovations at the same time.
CRISPR enters the world of biotechnology as the latest solution for life threatening diseases and agriculture.
The application of augmented reality technology is opening up new opportunities in the healthcare industry.
With technology, the diagnosis process can be accelerated and made cheaper with a new category of “drugs” known as digital therapeutics.
Telemedicine allows health care professionals to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance using telecommunications technology.
Twelve years ago, while baking muffins, Simon McMaster had an idea...
Recent incidents have shown the critical importance of taking effective action to ensure cyber safety.
Genomic technology holds the ability to understand complex diseases and environmental changes through gene placement and identify specific diseases early.
Scheduling a doctor’s appointment well in advance is no longer on-trend.
In order for an industry and its businesses to evolve and transform successfully, it needs the right building blocks and investments in technology.
Health Tech, or digital health, uses technology to improve the delivery, payment, and/or consumption of care, with the ability to increase the development and commercialization of medicinal products.
One of the key issues we all face is a culture of sitting.