Category Archive: digital health

Digital health can universalize coverage, WHO says

The World Health Organizations’ “Taking Universal Healthcare to the Last Citizen” conference is supporting digital health as a tool that could potentially universalize health coverage.

With app, Seattle Children's wants to create 'ChatGPT for healthcare'

Seattle Children’s built an app for kids and their families to do Zoom-powered virtual visits, access their MyChart patient portal and navigate the hospital. But its creators told Becker’s they want to keep pushing to create the “ChatGPT” or “Google Ca…

Digital health: Who's up, who's down

The digital health market is constantly changing, with startups coming onto the scene and more established companies restructuring their strategies.

California hospital adopts new wearable device for monitoring blood flow

Mountain View, Calif.-based El Camino Health is using a wireless wearable device to monitor blood flow in real time.

Digital health startup launches GPT-based Chrome extension to help clinicians with paperwork

French digital health startup Nabla is getting in on the GPT craze as it launches Copilot, a GPT-3 based tool used as a Chrome extension to transcribe patient conversations with clinicians, TechCrunch reported March 14.

Digital health funding slumps to $7B: 5 key others trends to know

Venture capital investments for digital health in 2022 hit $7 billion, down 55 percent from 2021 when investments totaled $15.6 billion, according to a March 10 report from PitchBook. 

Providence investing in virtual physical therapy

Renton, Wash.-based Providence is partnering with in-home physical therapy provider Luna to expand its home-based physical therapy services.

ChristianaCare launches virtual primary care

Newark, Del.-based ChristianaCare’s Center for Virtual Health has launched virtual primary care options to allow patients to receive primary care via a personal digital device.

How Jefferson Health is using an app to remove language barriers

Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health is using a new app to make interpreting language faster for patients who are deaf or have limited English proficiency. 

Silicon Valley Bank, which backed digital health companies, collapses

Silicon Valley Bank, which partnered with nearly half of the venture-backed tech and healthcare companies, collapsed March 10, CNN reported.

Older posts «

Explore the Archive