Category Archives: healthcare

82 Startups Disrupting the Healthcare Industry

CB Insights: Care Planning: Companies creating tools to aid in the development of, and compliance with, treatment plans. An example is Dbaza Health, which built a digital solution to complement chronic disease management. Supply Management: Companies developing digital tools to aid in handling … Continue reading

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Startups Disrupting Healthcare with AI and Machine Learning

CB Insights: We identified over 90 companies that are applying machine learning algorithms and predictive analytics to reduce drug discovery times, provide virtual assistance to patients, and diagnose ailments by processing medical images, among other things. A few investment highlights: … Continue reading

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China: Increasing Investments in AI, Big Data and Digital Health

Gartner: Despite the slowdown in GDP growth to 6.9 percent in 2015, China is still making aggressive investments to drive the adoption of high technology by local enterprises and organizations, according to Gartner, Inc… The massive consumer base and the … Continue reading

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Top Investors in Digital Health

CB Insights: Digital health continues to be a hot category as the number of investors entering the space globally continues to increase, with more than 1,350 unique investors with at least one investment in a digital health company in 2015. … Continue reading

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Precision Medicine Initiative at the National Institutes of Health (Video)

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Gartner Hype Cycle for Telemedicine and Virtual Care

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Comparing Claims Data and EHR Data for the Same Patients

Arcadia Data: In healthcare analytics, Claims data are ubiquitous. They have been available for decades and are highly structured and standardized. Unfortunately, they are also relatively sparse, containing only a handful of procedure codes and diagnoses for each episode. EHR … Continue reading

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