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Mapping out the future of AR, ThirdEye is taking on Google and Microsoft in real-life scenarios

ThirdEye's second-gen X2 MR glasses can be used for various sectors, including health care and manufacturing.

3 views on Amazon’s $3.9B acquisition of One Medical

After it was rumored to be in play earlier this month, it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that One Medical has found a new home. After a torrid public offering, the value of the American consumer

What does Amazon get for the $3.9B it is paying for One Medical?

This morning, let's peek at One Medical's latest financial results to both understand the deal and what Amazon is really buying.

Digital health unicorns need a checkup

Digital health unicorns Ro, Cerebral, Calibrate and Forward's layoff stories share a through line that reveals the unique challenges of being a venture-backed healthcare business.

Empowering a new wave of health tech startups — with data

Health tech right now benefits not only from the rise of open data, but also from the democratization of data analytics and privacy-preserving synthetic data.

Oracle joins Microsoft in spending big to dominate healthcare vertical

Enterprise software companies are focused firmly on healthcare. If you want proof, look at how Oracle and Microsoft both backed up trucks loaded with money to buy health tech companies this year.

The growing power of digital healthcare: 6 trends to watch in 2022

The digital healthcare revolution has already begun, and it will gain further momentum in 2022 as providers and patients look for new and better ways to improve care.

It’s time for investors to redefine how we evaluate digital health startups

While digital health has captivated the attention of investors, early-stage entrepreneurs are being required to address a highly complicated yet critical question: How can I show value and ROI?

The next healthcare revolution will have AI at its center

Human life expectancy increased from 31 years in 1900 to 72 years in 2017. Today, we are on the cusp of another healthcare revolution driven by artificial intelligence.

How to establish a health tech startup advisory board

Three to five people is an ideal starting point for an advisory board, depending on the size and stage of your company.

Regulations can define the best places to build and invest

If we look at the way the regulatory fabric is being stitched, there are a number of areas that will provide outsized returns. Three stand out in particular.

Musculoskeletal medical startups race to enter personalized health tech market

Several personalized health tech startups hope to reinvent care for patients suffering from musculoskeletal (MSK) medical conditions and chronic pain.

Health clouds are set to play a key role in healthcare innovation

The U.S. healthcare industry is amidst one of the biggest transformations any industry has seen since the dot-com boom of the late 1990s.

Doximity’s S-1 may explain why healthcare exits are heating up

By generating lots of cash and profit, Doximity hasn't raised a round since 2014.

Telemedicine startups are positioning themselves for a post-pandemic world

Telemedicine has faced an uphill battle to become more relevant in the U.S., with challenges like meeting HIPPA compliance requirements and insurance companies unwilling to pay for virtual visits.

Should startups build or buy telehealth infrastructure?

Turnkey solutions might be tempting to healthcare startups looking to take advantage of the current market tailwinds, but startups still have to decide what to outsource and what to build.