After Google’s announcement to restructure into Alphabet, Google has launched a Life Sciences company as the first new company under the Alphabet umbrella. “3 years ago we embarked on a project to put computing inside a contact lens — an immensely...
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A new survey of 5,000 patients and 626 physicians conducted by Nielsen Strategic Health Perspectives found that consumer access to digital health technology is still quite low, especially compared to consumers’ wants.
Google has rebranded as Alphabet, Microsoft is changing the way it is reporting earnings to investors, eBay spun its PayPal division earlier in the year and Hewlett-Packard in the process of a similar split.
“Some people think Health 2.0 is purely a consumer movement, but its roots are as firmly grounded in health care systems and provider workflows as they are in sleek new consumer devices and well-designed fitness apps.”
According to a recent KPMG survey of C-level executives, 92% are using data and analytics to gain greater insights into marketing. 72% report their enterprises are regular to heavy users of social media data to improve customer relationships.
A few months after the FDA cleared digital health company Propeller Health’ first collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim Propeller Health remote monitoring platform for drug developers using its Respimat inhaler for people with chronic conditions,...
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