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Voluntis + Sanofi’s New Diabetes Therapy Goes Digital

Paris, France— Last week, pharmaceutical giant Sanofi and healthcare software pioneer Voluntis announced an expansion of their partnership focused on delivering digital therapy in the form of cutting-edge insulin titration tools. Their alliance aims to produce a suite of solutions,…

Mastering the Art of Post-Acute Care Transitions

New York, NY – Aidin, a health IT company focused on supporting hospital discharge, has added its 50th hospital customer through its partnership deal with Lancaster General. The 663-bed hospital is the first institution it is working with in the continuously…

Rapper Common brings rhythm and rhyme to vision loss awareness

Washington, D.C. –  Allergan is pushing full steam ahead on its preventable blindness initiative, See America. After launching the effort last month, the Dublin drugmaker has teamed up with its first celebrity spokesman: Common. Allergan rolled out a new video, which features award…

Amazon Alexa vs Google Home for Drug Questions

San Francisco, CA – Earlier this month, WebMD announced that they were working with Amazon to more easily connect their vast library of physician-reviewed information on conditions, drugs, symptoms, and treatments to the growing number of people that are using…

Trend: Drug Debate Drumbeat Carries On

Trend: Drug Debate Drumbeat Carries On

Santa Rosa, CA. – In a recent interview with Kaiser Health News, John Krahne, diagnosed with brain and lung tumors 10 years prior, outlined his decision to delay filling his prescriptions to continue his treatment in hopes his cancer wouldn’t…

SXSW Accelerator: 5 startups you need to meet

Austin, TX – Sound Scouts, an Australian-based business that developed a DIY hearing test app that parents can download and run for their children, emerged as the winner of the SXSW Accelerator pitch competition in the digital health and wearables track, according to…

Doximity Reaches Nearly 3 of 4 US Physicians

San Francisco, CA—Last week, America’s leading social network for healthcare professionals announced that its membership has surpassed 800,000 healthcare professionals in the US alone. Since its launch in 2011, 70% of American doctors have joined—that’s 600,000 licensed HCPs connected in…