The past month has been sweltering with healthcare news, so we’ve gathered a small sample of what’s top of mind for our industry peers. Between Amazon’s One Medical acquisition, sinking digital health funding, and the economy’s impact on different areas of healthcare, there’s a lot to process.
Redox gathered a report with HIMSS to determine what health system decision-makers are looking for with certain digital health tools. When we understand exactly what they’re looking for, we can build solutions that tackle big problems, like maternal health and health equity.
BUT, if you’re looking for something a bit more tech-forward, we’ve got some product updates at the bottom.
Btw, We’re still iterating on the name of this newsletter. Any suggestions? We’re obviously partial to 80s rock and 00s rap puns 🙂
In Q2 2022, no startups went public, and M&A activity dropped substantially. In this downturn, mental health nabbed the most funding.
This industry is dealing with a lot of uncertainty. Many have concerns about how the current economy will impact them and their customers. However, one thing is certain, healthcare is not a monolith. Jeff Englander explain the distinct factors that impact the areas of healthcare differently.
A boost to the adoption of value-based care arrangements may be among the many outcomes of Amazon’s purchase of One Medical last week.
Redox and HIMSS got together for a survey of 100 health system leaders to uncovers the dealbreakers and dealmakers for RPM and care coordination.
Barriers to AI for health care organizations: making integrated data more accessible and establishing an enterprise-wide AI strategy. AI is one of the biggest areas of investment for organizations to improve the efficiency of internal processes and organizations are now better prepared to manage AI’s potential risk.
The US has some of the worst outcome for expecting mothers. Increasing access is part of what needs to be done to reverse this trend.
Redox’s Jessica Bonham-Werling penned a vision for health equity that explores how health plans can lead us toward health equity.
Here’s a look into what we were shipping, gripping, reviewing and construing in July.