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Healthcare Mobile Tech & Society The Pandemic

Where Will COVID Passports Take Flight?

The vision of a global system with standards for the sharing, storage, and verification of vaccination data has not materialized. But success in places like Singapore could help the world move towards a digitized healthcare future.   More

Healthcare Science

Blood Test Shows Promise for Detecting Cancer Far Earlier

Scientists in Ontario used machine learning techniques to find telltale signs of cancer in blood samples that were collected up to seven years prior to conventional diagnosis.   More

Community Insights Healthcare Innovation

Start at Step 7: Accelerating Innovation in MedTech and Life Sciences

Good innovators rarely start from scratch. They build on a platform of capabilities, tools, and insights already available. It's time for health care to step up.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare Innovation The Pandemic

Lessons from the Pandemic: Technology Disrupting (and Improving) Chinese Healthcare

Digital technology, unexpected partnerships and an integrated closed-loop system will lead to care that’s faster, less expensive, and more accessible. Here’s how China is improving healthcare.   More

Healthcare

A Health Insurance Company That Looks Like a Tech Startup

Imagine a future in which people are as loyal to the brand that provides their health insurance as they are to the one that makes their favorite tech gadget, search engine, or social media platform. If $30 million from Peter Thiel's Founders Fund and a team of ex-Facebook, Google, Spotify, and Tumblr engineers succeed, the old guard of health insurance companies will have to step up the innovation and tech quotient to compete. New York Magazine this week describes Oscar, the year-old Soho-based "tech-driven” health insurance company founded by three Harvard Business School buddies, as a serious threat to the status quo, with a "faster and more efficient infrastructure" than any of the big insurers offer.   More

Government Healthcare

A Healthcare Death Spiral Caused by Bad Website Design?

Media coverage of the HealthCare.gov debacle is plentiful, but two of the more poignant pieces to describe the cause and possible aftermath of the failed website rollout appeared in the New York Times in the past four days. Last Thursday, Clay Johnson, lead programmer for Howard Dean’s 2004 campaign, and Harper Reed, the former chief technology officer of Obama for America, gave an insiders' perspective on why only a small fraction of the 20 million Americans who have logged onto Healthcare.gov have succeeded so far in obtaining insurance. Johnson and Reed blame "the way the government buys things."   More