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Dynamic Light Amongst 10 Most Promising Life Science Startups

Austin-based Dynamic Light won the Michael E. DeBakey Memorial Life Science Award, established by BioHouston in honor of the groundbreaking Houston cardiovascular surgeon. The software company integrates with microscope or robotic systems to provide better visuals to surgeons and health care providers and reduce medical errors, radiation and costs. The award was presented by Ann Tanabe, CEO of BioHouston.

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Patient v Payment Centric Healthcare Delivery

We know that the US health market is different, peculiar by world standards, and incomprehensibly complex. We know that it is difficult to understand as a market because the person receiving the care is not the same person directly paying for care. We have government regulation but the means of delivery are not owned by the government. 

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How Healthcare is Turning Into a Consumer Product

On January 3rd Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos, a startup that once epitomized the promise of combining Silicon Valley’s dynamism with a stodgy healthcare market, was convicted of lying to investors about the capabilities of her firm’s blood-testing technology. Yet look beyond Theranos, which began to implode way back in 2015, and a much healthier story becomes apparent. This week a horde of entrepreneurs and investors will gather virtually at the annual JPMorgan Chase healthcare jamboree. The talk is likely to be of AI, digital diagnostics, and telehealth — and of a new wave of capital flooding into a vast industry.

Clunky, costly, highly regulated health systems, often dominated by rent-seeking middlemen, are being shaken up by companies that target patients directly, meet them where they are—which is increasingly online—and give them more control over how to access care. Scientific advances in fields such as gene sequencing and artificial intelligence (AI) make new modes of care possible. E-pharmacies fulfill prescriptions, wearable devices monitor wearers’ health in real-time, telemedicine platforms connect patients with physicians, and home tests enable self-diagnosis.

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Health.Market July 19, 2021

Providing broad access to virtual care seems like an obvious thing to do. And it looks like CMS is at least considering this expansion. The Cartel is mighty, however, and the pushback could be great. The market seems to agree and is not very enthusiastic at the prospects of these firms.

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Health.Market June 24, 2021

Organizing healthcare products and services into three categories including biotech complex, information dependent services, and consumer and patient experience and self-care may help track performance and relative valuation. In the end, whether new tech brings clinical value is the open question.

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Health.Market June 9, 2021

Digital health has been setting records for raising money in the private markets through VC’s and other sources of private investment. The hype is enormous for unproven technologies. The dynamics in the public markets for digital health stocks, the few that exist, hasn’t been so consistently enthusiastic. This will sort itself out based on delivering of actual value to patients, consumers and shareholders.

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Health.Market May 10, 2021

This market is as bullish and as overbought as it has been in a couple of decades though the monetary and fiscal backdrop are much different now. The huge money is rotating this way and that as we continue to slosh the bull.

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How a startup beat health care heavyweights to win Medicare’s AI contest

2021 opened with a whirlwind of SPAC-triggered public exit activity in digital health. In this post, we share insights and analysis on how digital health’s SPAC boom will impact four different stakeholder groups, as well as implications for the entire ecosystem.

A $1 million government contest to predict health problems with artificial intelligence attracted the heavyweights of industry and beyond — from Mayo Clinic, to IBM, to the data and consulting powerhouse Deloitte.

But the winner of Medicare’s AI health outcomes challenge is a lesser-known startup from Austin, Texas, called ClosedLoop.ai. The company, whose victory was announced late Friday, bested 300 rivals with a system capable of forecasting adverse health events by crunching an array of data on patients.

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Tech helps cut Stockport hospital admissions by almost 40%, saving £2.5m

Smart phone and Bluetooth technology, linked to an innovative digital remote care system, has cut hospital admissions in the Stockport area by almost 40%, saved the NHS more than £2m and empowered patients at home.

A digital solution, developed by Norwegian medical software company Dignio and adopted by Stockport-based Mastercall Healthcare – a social enterprise ‘not for profit’ provider of NHS healthcare – has allowed many COVID-19 patients to remain safely at home, instead of being admitted to hospital.

Dignio opened a Manchester office earlier this year, close to Piccadilly rail station.

The same tech system has also been used in 20 care homes in the area, where it has again been helping to take the pressure off stretched NHS services.

Patients with smartphones and care home staff using tablets, download an app and can be instantly connected to devices including a thermometer, pulse oximeter and blood pressure monitor.

It means that those with mild coronavirus symptoms and residents in care homes, with a variety of long term health conditions, can be checked regularly.

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