The virtual chronic care boom could spell trouble for entrants: Marley Medical just entered the fray—focusing on chronic conditions addresses a big pain point, but the competitive landscape is hot.
United Health muddies the waters between payer and provider: The insurer’s Q3 earnings show its growth isn’t slowing down—and biting off a larger chunk of the provider market will be part of its future.
New-age primary care startups are catering to today’s consumer—who wants their entire healthcare experience to be hyper-convenient and personalized—and to burned-out physicians facing unprecedented levels of pressure from the pandemic.
Mayo Clinic, Kaiser Permanente, and 11 other health systems created a coalition to advocate for telehealth reimbursement and advance home health programs—key to sustaining home healthcare’s long-term growth
The digital health startup bagged $33M to jump on the home diagnostics bandwagon—but it’s facing off against larger players that have been trickling into the same space.
Startups like Oshi Health, which just scored $23M, could capture the attention of payers trying to deliver more comprehensive digital health benefits to their members.
On today's episode, we discuss who is shaking up primary care, how it is being disrupted, why now, and how technology is playing a heightened role in how primary care is delivered. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer digital health analyst at Insider Intelligence Rajiv Leventhal.
Remote patient monitoring will have over twice as many US users in 2024 as previously expected.
Its acquisition of remote patient monitoring firm Current Health signals Best Buy is pressing the gas to make a bigger name for itself in healthcare.
We’re rounding up some of the latest developments in health technology—we detail Audibel’s new AI-powered hearing aids and GraphWear’s needle-free glucose monitoring wearable below
We delve into what led to this acquisition and why it could help Virgin Pulse strengthen Virgin Pulse’s grip on the employer market, while prying open new client bases like health system