Tag: Medical Tech
Q Bio is building a digital twin platform that will propel the world into a future where a regular checkup with a doctor is no longer subjective – it’s data driven. They want to capture all the data they can about someone’s health by measuring every single biomarker in the body and cataloging the data, and making it easy to search and analyze. Here’s how they’re doing it.
Inspired by the patients they met as junior doctors, C the Signs founders Dr. Bhavagaya Bakshi and Dr. Miles Payling explain how the medical tech startup aims to increase cancer patient survival rates by using artificial intelligence and big data to catch the disease at its earliest stages.
Singapore-based health tech startup Healint created an app that allows for more accurate diagnoses by having users actively and passively chronicle health issues. Here’s how it works.
Proscia was founded to perfect cancer diagnosis with intelligent software that changes the way the world practices pathology. Here’s how they do it.
When someone suffers a stroke, every seconds counts and could mean the difference between being ok, permanent brain damage, or even death. Despite time being of the essence for treatment, the current process for decision making can take up to three hours. Deep learning startup Viz.ai is on a mission to change that.
Florence Moreau, Co-Founder & CTO of Incepto Medical, pitched the imaging AI startup at the AWS Startup Stage at Vivatech 2019 in Paris.
At Aledade, we perform ETL on the healthcare data of millions of patients from thousands of different sources, and the primary tool we leverage is the workflow management tool Airflow. Because the amount of data we process is growing exponentially, we have quickly outgrown the ability to scale our dockerized Airflow deploy horizontally. We decided to move Airflow into Kubernetes to take advantage of their native support for scaling pods up and down, as needed, to handle tasks. With zero experience running a Kubernetes cluster, EKS allowed us to get up and running rapidly. Here is how we did it.
Have you ever experienced notification fatigue? That’s the industry term for when your mobile apps prompt you to act so often that the notifications themselves become a burden, rather than a helpful reminder. Neura aims to change that.
Despite being a U.S. territory, Puerto Rico’s healthcare landscape is vastly different from the mainland. Federal funding for Medicare and Medicaid is 40-50% lower than the average U.S. state, creating financial strains for hospitals and providers managing those patients. Federal incentives for using electronic medical records are also far lower, with many hospitals and clinics choosing to stay on paper. At Health Gorilla, we’re committed to making interoperability actionable in real-world clinical practice.
Kyrus is focused on solving what we call the associated “patient access paradox”–a situation in which patients wait long periods to see providers while appointment capacity simultaneously goes unutilized, even at top health systems.