Digital Health Done Right


Medical Device Companies are Transforming Cardiac Care with Remote Monitoring

February 20, 2020

In the past, medical device makers had comparatively simple tasks to perform, usually centered on monitoring hospitalized…

Roundtrip and Redox Partner to Deliver a Complete View of the Patient Journey to Care Innovators Everywhere

January 28, 2020

Partnership ensures interoperability with IT systems across care settings for a comprehensive view of patient movement…

Digital Health Done Right: NeuroFlow

May 21, 2019

Good news, everyone: the stigma surrounding mental health is slowly fading away. People, corporations and even payers are…

Digital Health Done Right: Murj

February 27, 2019

It’s easy for companies to write lofty mission statements about their tech changing the world and saving lives,…

Digital Health Done Right: PointClickCare

November 6, 2018

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Digital Health Done Right: Healthify

May 29, 2018

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Data-Enabled Strategy for the Social Determinants of Health

April 17, 2018

Social determinants of health (SDOH) has turned into the feel-good buzzword of the year. Broadly defined,…

The United States of Digital Health: Therapeutic Devices

August 8, 2017

  As we've touched on in previous posts, healthcare needs technology in order to advance it's capabilities and deliver on the staggering potential of what tech-enabled healthcare can achieve. This broad statement can be refined a bit, though, to say that healthcare needs to adopt more technologically advanced tools within patient and provider workflows; even further, these tools need to rethink the way a provider administers or a patient receives care. They need to be easier to use than previous methods, they need to be efficient and save clinicians' time, and most importantly, new technology in healthcare has to make living a viably healthier life possible for more patients. While sounding like a straightforward-enough directive, this is an incredibly tall task—healthcare is an expansive field, and often people don't realize how many use cases require specific therapeutic tools and devices. This variance across workflows makes forward progress difficult for the industry at large because adoption takes time, and even when it does happen, it may only affect one workflow within one vertical. Redox is solving this rate-of-adoption problem, but in the mean time, digital health technologists have already developed a myriad new ways for patients to receive better care and live healthier lives. Already in use at health systems across the country, we looked into the top therapeutic device companies in America and are sharing their innovative new tools with you. WESTERN

70+ Companies Driving the Future of Healthcare Technology

July 27, 2017

Redox exists because healthcare needs technology. We need it to help clinicians work more efficiently and health systems…

Digital Health Done Right: eVisit

July 18, 2017

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