Dave Muoio

Lucira COVID test
By Dave Muoio 05:24 pm November 19, 2020
Lucira's molecular testing kit allows individuals to collect their own nasal sample and insert it into a device that provides results in under 30 minutes. The company is aiming to sell the single-use tests for roughly $50.
Google Cloud app
By Dave Muoio 03:56 pm November 11, 2020
Now available in public preview, the offerings are designed to help organizations and individuals pull clinically-relevant insights from large volumes of free text housed in medical records.
Apple Health Records
By Dave Muoio 11:38 am October 07, 2020
Apple Health Records goes international with rollouts at five UK, Canadian providers    
Lattice sculpture with city in background
By Dave Muoio 10:41 am October 01, 2020
Formed under the banners of the Consumer Technology Association and the Connected Health Initiative, the coalition's membership includes big names like Google, Boston Children's Hospital, Microsoft, ResMed and others.
Apple Watch
By Dave Muoio 10:40 am September 29, 2020
It takes roughly seven patients presenting after an abnormal pulse alert to establish one clinically actionable cardiovascular diagnosis, according to the researchers' chart review.  
By Dave Muoio 09:39 am September 23, 2020
Although still a work in progress, the new center will reportedly help coordinate digital health projects within the agency while providing expertise to external stakeholders.  
By Dave Muoio 01:34 pm September 03, 2020
Biofourmis has restructured its business to pursue its original focus on data-driven patient monitoring alongside its more recent interest in standalone and companion digital therapeutics.
By Dave Muoio 03:05 pm August 31, 2020
The new analysis of a Pear Therapeutics-based randomized controlled trial came along another investigation that spotted early signs of treatment dropout.
By Dave Muoio 04:31 pm August 07, 2020
The Providence-St. Joseph Health spinout will receive $6 million from Cerner and LRVHealth.
Person holding smartphone.
By Dave Muoio 02:41 pm July 20, 2020
A new study conducted among SilverCloud Health program users employed machine learning to identify relationships between app-use frequency and clinical outcomes.  

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