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Providence St. Joseph Health CEO, Rod Hochman, describes today’s “healthcare industry financial statement,” in slightly tongue-in-cheek terms, like this: technology companies, pharmaceutical companies and medical device companies own the profits,…
Through the Xealth software system, UPMC doctors can prescribe relevant apps or send digital content to different patient groups.
UPMC Enterprises oversees the organization’s spinout companies and its investment in other health startups, like Seattle-based Xealth.
Xealth, while not a digital therapeutics provider, is an aggregator platform that connects with EHRs to allow physicians to prescribe various digital therapeutics.
UPMC Enterprises, the commercialization division launched by Pittsburgh-based integrated health system UPMC in 2015, is developing innovative digital solutions to a range of challenges in health care, including data integration,…
As palliative care clinicians, Dr. Matthew Gonzales and his colleagues at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance, Calif., have found that many of the topics their patients…
Former Swype leaders Mike McSherry and Aaron Sheedy last year founded Xealth, a cloud-based digital platform that allows doctors to send digital treatments like instructional videos to patients.
Tech is all about disruption. It’s the poster child of the innovation economy: Tear everything down and build it over again, newer, brighter and shinier.
There is no end to pressing needs in the healthcare industry and now former Swype leaders Mike McSherry and Aaron Sheedy are using technology to help doctors prescribe digital treatments.