The research team from Stanford University have invented a novel wearable that could measure the level of a patient’s cortisol from their sweat. Cortisol is a hormone linked to stress, which takes several days to test. This scientific discovery was recently published in Science Advances.
Telemedicine helps Nashville-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center take its kidney transplant program to the people of Tennessee and give them the prospect to be screened for a transplant and bring constant care within their reach.
LabCorp, the mammoth medical investigations company, is still recuperating from a major ransomware attack and, almost a week later, won’t reveal how the hackers got entry nor the number of servers that were hit.
K, a new free primary care app was launched by the individualized health information company, K Health. The app’s AI scours through the history of diagnoses and treatments to provide the user with the most likely treatment of their condition and can simultaneously connect them to a network of primary health care providers.
San Francisco based Verge Genomics, the Neuroscience based drug discovery company launched in 2015, has raised $32 million in early venture capital financing to bring its AI-generated compounds against Parkinson’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) to clinics within the next three years.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT which introduced The Certified Health IT Product List Data Challenge in the last week, has initiated a contest for innovative ideas that highlights how its vast and meticulous specs can enhance service to hospitals and health systems.
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