Laura Lovett

Laura Lovett is an associate editor at MobiHealthNews where she covers the intersection of healthcare and technology. She is also a contributing editor to Women in Healthcare IT at Healthcare IT News. Before coming to MobiHealthNews she worked for Gatehouse Media, where she earned a New England Newspaper Association award. Most recently Lovett won a Umass Medical Media Fellowship.  Lovett was educated at the University of East Anglia, the University of Massachusetts and Oxford University.

Providence St. Joseph
By Laura Lovett 01:44 pm March 12, 2020
Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, chief clinical officer for Providence St. Joseph Health, talks the use of chatbots, telemedicine and drive-thru clinics in treating the virus.
Google office
By Laura Lovett 10:37 am March 05, 2020
Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Dr. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) sent a follow-up letter to Ascension CEO Joesph Impicciche regarding privacy concerns about Project Nightingale.
By Laura Lovett 10:07 am March 03, 2020
Prescription drug information and names were exposed, but financials and Social Security numbers were not.
By Laura Lovett 03:45 pm January 29, 2020
Yaya Mbaoua, CEO of The Mbaoua Group, will be speaking at HIMSS20 on how telemedicine could transform Africa’s healthcare.
By Laura Lovett 04:47 pm January 24, 2020
Susannah Rose, director of patient experience research at the Cleveland Clinic, will be talking about ways to use tech and improve care at HIMSS20.
By Laura Lovett 12:02 pm January 20, 2020
At HIMSS20, Providence St. Joseph's Lisa Mason will be discussing the tricks and pitfalls of using chatbots in healthcare.
pediatric telemedicine
By Laura Lovett 06:07 am December 19, 2019
The new money will be put towards launching the company's clinics and digital platform.
Two women talking
By Laura Lovett 06:07 am December 17, 2019
The company plans on using the new funds to expand its services to new locations.
Woman doctor directing nurse
By Laura Lovett 02:51 pm December 03, 2019
A Rock Health report found that the percentage of female partners at digital health VC firms only rose from 12.2% to 12.6%, while deals closed by women-led startups rose 13.4% to 14%.
By Laura Lovett 04:01 pm December 02, 2019
The new HIPAA-compliant tool will be able to capture physician dictation or doctor-patient conversations.

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