Tag Archives: NYeC

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

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InteraXon, creators of Muse: the brain sensing headband, announced a $6 million Series A financing round from Horizons Ventures, OMERS Ventures, A-Grade Investments, ff Venture Capital, Felicis Ventures, and Bridge Builders Collaborative. The New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) announced that … Continue reading

News & Updates

HIMSS Media launched an online community dedicated to chronicling new and innovative models of care that improve individual and community well-being, while reducing health care costs. The Future Care community website is supported by IBM and its Smarter Care initiative. … Continue reading

All Systems Go: Clinician-to-Clinician Direct Messaging in New York

Albany Medical Center will be the first in New York to use clinician-to-clinician messaging, the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) said this week. NYeC along with Healthcare Information Xchange of New York announced the ability to offer the service called Direct … Continue reading

Entrepreneurs, Take this Home

“If you are an entrepreneur, take this slide home. Build a product that meets some of these needs, and I guarantee you’ve got a marketplace here in New York,” David Whitlinger, executive director of New York eHealth Collaborative, said at … Continue reading

Who Should Apply to NY’s Newest Health Accelerator?

We recently had the pleasure to sit down with Executive Director of the New York eHealth Collaborative Dave Whitlinger and President and CEO of the New York City Investment Fund Maria Gotsch to discuss the exciting New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA) … Continue reading

News & Updates

Doctors who have an ownership stake in their practices are more likely to have trouble adopting electronic health records, according to a study that examined factors that made EHR implementation difficult. Researchers from Boston University Medical School and Boston Medical … Continue reading