Tag Archives: medstartr

Shopping for Insurance? We’ve Got You Covered

Is my prescription covered? What’s my copay? Choosing a health insurance plan that gets you the most bang for your buck is daunting. For many, medication price and coverage is a crucial decision factor. Meanwhile, drug prices vary under different … Continue reading

News & Updates

SleepRate released a heart rate monitor and mobile app built on patented sleep analysis algorithms that emerged out of the sleep clinic at Stanford’s School of Medicine. The company claims SleepRate has seen an 85% success rate in studies. TigerText … Continue reading

News & Updates

Practice Fusion, a cloud based EMR company, raised another $15M in funding as a part of Series D round. The round was led by Qualcomm Ventures and Longitude Capital. Returning investors Artis Ventures, Industry Ventures and Band of Angels also … Continue reading

Regina Holliday: Where the Walking Gallery
Is Going Next

 Artist Regina Holliday sat down at Health Datapalooza IV to provide an update on the progress of the Walking Gallery. Her patient advocacy mission began after her husband Frederick Allen Holliday II lost his battle with cancer. Holliday’s mission to … Continue reading

CyberDoctor’s Direct Connection Application

Akhila Satish once spent a summer answering phone calls at a medical office, where she learned a lot. Specifically she learned about the patients who would call in and not hold back when it came to detailing their symptoms and … Continue reading

The Best of the Speaker Interview Series

Brian Cusack, Google, Big Data Meets Real [time] People Panel “What we’ve been doing in the field really to this point is telling the same kind of story but without the statistical data to back it up. Now we have … Continue reading

Innovative but Controversial Products? Bring Them On

Health technology companies have a diverse range of options for funding like joining an incubator, entering a series round, and now, participating in a crowdfunding platform. It makes sense, being that Health 2.0 itself was founded on the idea of … Continue reading