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AstraZeneca working with Mass General on tech for heart failure, asthma

The biotechnology company AstraZeneca announced on Tuesday that it would be collaborating with Massachusetts General Hospital to create and clinically validate patient-centric digital health solutions. According to the company, the collaboration will use AstraZeneca’s new AMAZE disease management platform to study heart failure and asthma management.   “We are incredibly proud to be working closely… Read More »

Tech sites hype Apple Watch for COVID-19 prediction without providing the evidence

Milwaukee oncologist Michael Thompson, MD, wrote to me yesterday morning (February 10)  about an article – “New Study Suggests Apple Watch Heart Rate Sensor Can Predict COVID-19 Up to a Week Before a Swab Test” – promoted on Twitter by MacRumors.com. The story was about the so-called Warrior Watch Study at Mount Sinai Medical Center in… Read More »

DSET 2021 Announces Tech Sponsor

DSET are excited to announce that Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) will be the official Tech Sponsors for the 2021 hybrid event in March 22nd-24th 2021. As key players in the military training and simulation sector, we are honoured to welcome them as our Tech Sponsors and key exhibitors. BISim provides high-fidelity, cost effective training with… Read More »

RWJF Challenge: Health Care Emergency Tech

Catalyst @ Health 2.0 May 18, 2020• SPONSORED POST By CATALYST @ HEALTH 2.0 Catalyst @ Health 2.0, in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is seeking health technology solutions that can support the needs of the health care system (e.g. providers, government, public health and community organizations, and more) by addressing several obstacles… Read More »

A bunch of people in tech are setting resolutions to spend less time using tech

Getty Images One of the most common resolutions this New Year’s? For many of us, it’s to spend less time staring at a screen, and far more pursuing new hobbies and personal relationships that don’t involve technology. Somewhat ironically, a CNBC search found that top social media sites including Twitter and Facebook are littered with… Read More »