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The rise of femtech: women, technology, and Trump

The market is flooded with products tailored to the needs of men: viagra, penis enlargement pills, fitness apps, and more. But a new sector dedicated to women is emerging. Femtech, or female technology, is tickling the curiosity of hungry venture capitalists who are beginning to sniff an …

4 must-see destinations on the way to healthcare’s digital workspace dream

Work from anywhere seamlessly and securely. Collaborate and innovate. Accommodate multiple work styles. Impose no technical limitations. Offer …

Health Care Technology

Trump: ACA replacement might not be ready until 2018

During an interview with Bill O'Reilly, Trump said his administration would at least have the "rudiments" for a replacement by the end of the year or …

Health Care

Lingering obstacles block the path to interoperability

Acknowledgement of the value of interoperability – and the desire to implement it – are seemingly widespread in healthcare. So why is the industry …

Digital Health
Digital Health

Trump Wants To Return Power To Patients, And Consumer-Ordered Lab Tests May Be Perfect Place To Start

If you want a simple blood test, like a basic metabolic panel, and live in New York, Rhode Island or many other states, it may cost you dearly–not only for the cost of the test itself (whatever that eventually turns out to be), but also for the cost of visiting your doctor, who must order the test. …

Rhode Island

Trump’s first health care action may be to let insurers charge older people more for insurance

On his first day in office, President Donald Trump signed an executive order instructing his agencies to dismantle the Affordable Care Act “to the maximum extent permitted by law.” But what that would actually mean in practice has remained extremely unclear. The administration has drawn up a …