Laura Lovett

Laura Lovett is Managing Editor of 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.

Heart illustration
By Laura Lovett 11:19 am April 09, 2021
The study found that patients using AliveCor Kardia Mobile required fewer follow-up EGCs and cardiac monitoring than their peers in the control group.
lab worker holding a test tube
By Laura Lovett 03:58 pm April 06, 2021
Dr. Charlotte Jones-Burton, who leads Otsuka’s Global Clinical Development on Nephrology, discusses how COVID-19 has changed care.
Two workers using laptop in modern office
By Laura Lovett 03:52 pm April 06, 2021
Women-led startups only represent 14% of digital health deals closed in 2019, according to Rock Health.
Businesspeople on painted pattern on asphalt
By Laura Lovett 03:08 pm March 16, 2021
Grand Rounds' CEO Owen Tripp will continue on as the CEO of the combined entity.
Business meeting
By Laura Lovett 05:32 pm March 10, 2021
This merger comes over a year after news broke that Outcome Health faced a number of legal battles.
Apple Cycle screenshot
By Laura Lovett 05:52 pm March 09, 2021
The study looks at menstruation symptoms and features from over 10,000 participants.
Paul Brient, SVP and chief product officer at Athenahealth
By Laura Lovett 10:23 am January 07, 2021
Healthcare veteran Paul Brient, SVP and chief product officer at Athenahealth, talks to MobiHealthNews about what happened in 2020 and makes predictions for the future.
Color COVID19 test kit
By Laura Lovett 11:18 am January 06, 2021
The company is using the new funds to hire more staff in leadership positions.
CVS QuickRenew platform screen example
By Laura Lovett 05:06 pm October 28, 2020
The new service lets patients take a digital eye exam and get their prescription renewed by an eye doctor.

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