A research team from Stanford University School of Medicine created a smartphone app paired with Google Glass eye-wearable to help children with autism interpret emotions via facial expressions and develop communication skills.
The extended deal with DSM offers Aerie an elite worldwide license to DSM’s polyesteramide polymer technology for a limitless number of drugs in any ophthalmic indication and also an exposure to DSM’s preclinical latanoprost implant created for people with glaucoma. The two companies have spanned their partnership till the end of 2020, as per Aerie.
Kindbody, a women-empowered startup was launched on Tuesday by Gina Bartasi, Progyny founder and other women leaders, remarkably co-founders Fahimeh Sasan, MD, from Mount Sinai, and Joanne Schneider, former product leader at Google and Flatiron Health, and Cynthia Hudson, clinical embryology and IVF expert and owner of Manhattan Fertility Specialists.
Wal-Mart had decided to leave the partnership with Castlight Health at the end of its current contract instead of transferring over to Castlight Complete, the company's new platform which was designed to bring the care navigation tools out to customers.
New research by the University of South Australia in partnership with the University of Stuttgart, Flinders University and the Max Planck Institute for Informatics in Germany have developed hi-tech machine-learning algorithms to reveal a connection between personality and eye movements.
The forthcoming HIMSS Connected Health Conference in Boston: "Balancing Technology and the Human Element" is themed to showcase the importance of human touch in healthcare amidst the rising technology driven hospitals and medical facilities.
System C has signed a contract to develop a collective child health information system in the South West of England. 708,000 child health records from South Gloucester, Bristol, Somerset and North Somerset, Devon, Torbay, Plymouth and Cornwall will be put to use by its CarePlus software.
Olli Jarva, Synopsys’s Software Integrity Group managing consultant, opined that hackers find healthcare data of more value than credit card or social security details, referring to the recent ransomware attack on Singapore’s government health database.
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