Tech has made incredible medical advances in recent years, not because of fancy medical practices or new surgical methods, rather, because of better analysis. Being able to analyze on larger scales and volumes of data with new metrics has led to detecting problems more accurately, and thankfully more and more healthtech companies are joining the […]
The world of healthcare analytics is vast and can encompass a wide range of data that has the incredible potential to tell stories about health and healthcare delivery: right from individual patients to entire populations. Having numbers and an easy-to-use visualization at hand gives providers and caregivers the power to not only look into the […]
There is no reason that when your eyes get worse and you need an updated prescription that you should have to buy new frames. The unfortunate reality is that most companies don’t re-lens your frames and you are stuck paying bug bucks for another pair of glasses that include new frames and lenses. Thankfully, Lensabl […]
Healthcare professionals devote their lives to a noble cause: supporting the well-being of others. However, their efforts are often stymied by ancient technology. Getting innovative tools into these professionals’ hands requires an understanding of the primary friction points in the adoption process and the best tactics for addressing them. At Epharmix, we’ve identified a few […]
I raised my first round of funding while I was 4 months pregnant. I was clearing out everything in my house with questionable ingredients from my deodorant to my…
What do Van Gogh, Thoreau and de Mestral (the inventor of Velcro) have in common? All 3 great innovators were inspired by nature to create their magnum opus. This week, the Biometry Institute was holding its annual conference to display and explore how future innovations would be further advanced by mimicking nature’s majesty. Recent examples heralded by the Institute include: the Shinkansen Bullet Train (engine design copied from kingfishers); […]
The Affordable Care Act created more demand for healthcare services by increasing the size of the insured population, the number of net physicians entering practice has not been able to keep up with this demand, especially…
Bio-absorbable stents that eventually melt away inside the body have just won FDA approval.