VA seeks remote monitoring partners with $1 billion investment: The digital health pioneer is doubling down on RPM and looking for third-party telehealth vendors to advance its digital health-enabled home health push.
The FTC is forcing digital health apps to inform US consumers of any cybersecurity breaches, or else face hefty fines.
Hinge Health sets the stage for the future of virtual physical therapy: It acquired Wrnch to make its computer vision tech more accurate—a move that’ll help it reel in even more payer partnerships amid sky-high chronic pain spending.
Real world evidence can drive adoption of digital therapies: Komodo Health and Trinity Life Sciences are teaming up to bring a large base of real-world data to life sciences companies—something pharma will increasingly depend on to get doctors on board with their digital therapeutics.
Digital health startups to watch this week: We spotlight buzzy digital health funding rounds from mental health benefits platform Spring Health and medical data management company Flywheel, and detail why they’re worth watching.
Hims & Hers is adding its health & wellness products on fashion retailer Revolve’s site—we unpack how this fits into Hims & Hers broader healthcare strategy, and why telehealth vendors could be missing out on a massive opportunity by not catering to Gen Zers.
On today's episode, we discuss the many different ways that Amazon is delivering healthcare, its new online cost comparison tool, and how quickly the company will put its stamp on the health space. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Lisa Phillips.
A prediction we got right: Digital health firms target the underpenetrated femtech market. Women’s virtual care startup Tia scored $100M—one of the largest funding rounds for a company like it as digital health companies finally carve into the opportunity in women’s health.