Diagnosing Disorders at Face Value
May 19, 2017
To an experienced clinician, looking at a child’s face can often be enough…
Closing the OR Scheduling Gap
May 15, 2017
UniteOR recently announced a partnership with us to integrate their surgical loaner…
Wear Your Heart (Rate) on Your Sleeve
May 11, 2017
If you figure out how to sell something people will always need, you’ll never go out of business. And, if you figure out how to sell something within another thing that people will always need... well, you’re just plain brilliant.
Take, for example, the materials research institution Empa and their latest discovery: soft sensors for textiles. In other words, what they created are heart rate sensors woven into clothing.
The Google Maps of Health
May 4, 2017
Do you ever feel like the Big Tech companies overstep their boundaries?
Like Amazon trying their hand at fashion, Wikipedia launching a news site, or Google getting into healthcare?
Wait, rewind that for a second. Did you say Google is....?
48 Companies Bringing AI to Healthcare
April 24, 2017
Rarely does the word “artificial” have a positive connotation—artificial sweetener, artificial food dye, artificial meat, etc……
Lab-Grown Blood, Coming to a Vein Near You
April 20, 2017
Money doesn’t grow on trees—it’s actually grown in a lab, and it’s synthetic human blood. Lab-produced artificial blood…
The Rise of Robot Surgeons
April 13, 2017
Robot automation is inescapable even for surgeons. Robotic surgeons such as these…
Request for Stories: How Has Healthcare Technology Impacted You?
April 4, 2017
A lot of what we do here at Redox is driven by a simple sentence:…
Elon Musk Wants to Turn Humans into Cyborgs
March 29, 2017
Elon Musk is back at it again. As promised, his ideas are getting grander and his companies even…
Will Your Next Nurse be a Robot?
March 22, 2017
It’s looking like the next step in automation is robotic kiosks. They are taking over…
Suicide Prevention in the Modern Age
March 20, 2017
The unfortunate truth when it comes to suicide is that we often can’t prevent it simply…