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Insurtech executives, from left, Seth Cohen, Tony Miller and Vivek Garipalli will be speaking at Health 2.0.

By Susan Morse 10:02 am September 12, 2019
Health 2.0 co-founder Matthew Holt will be among a panel of experts to speak on "Big Bets in Insurtech."  
By Leontina Postelnicu 07:34 am September 12, 2019
More than 100 organisations from the NHS, academia, charities, and tech and pharma companies are involved in the initiative.

Glen Tullman (second from right) at work with the Livongo team. Photo courtesy Livongo.

By Jonah Comstock 12:38 pm September 11, 2019
At the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference next week in Santa Clara, I'll sit down with Livongo Executive Chairman Glen Tullman to look back at the company's IPO — and ahead to healthcare's digitally-empowered future.  
By Leontina Postelnicu 08:10 am September 11, 2019
Ampersand Health, Push Doctor and SkinVision are among the companies selected to take part in the programme.
By Tammy Lovell 09:59 am September 09, 2019
Customers will be guided through health consultations on the Yiango platform via an iPad and offered food supplements.
By Tammy Lovell 03:21 pm July 31, 2019
Health tech startup says AI solution could offer peace of mind to families of elderly people.
By Laura Lovett 05:52 pm July 26, 2019
MassBio's Luba Greenwood also discusses her decision to leave Verily in order to pursue teaching the intersection of life science and technology at Harvard.
Ellen Wiegand, vice president and chief information officer at Virginia Mason Health System.
By Laura Lovett 02:14 pm July 24, 2019
Ellen Wiegand, vice president and chief information officer at Virginia Mason Health System, talks about the potential of AI, robotics and advice to early career professionals.
By Leontina Postelnicu 10:14 am July 09, 2019
Also: EU Cybersecurity Act comes into force, Quibim gives update on PRIMAGE project, Edinburgh university receives award for eHealth resource, and others.

NHS England has proposed that “digital-first” health providers should set up premises in deprived areas.

By Tammy Lovell 02:22 am July 03, 2019
Consultation proposes that primary care services, such as Babylon’s GP at Hand, need to focus on areas with doctor shortages to reduce health inequalities.  

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