It’s a Battle – See How these Professionals Became the Ultimate Hackers for Health

What do a young high school hacker, a 27-year-old designer and a 65-year-old doctor have in common? Besides being from Brazil, they are all motivated to work together and find new [...]

A Vision for Maternal and Infant Care, One Mother and Baby at a Time

From September 15th to October 6th, more than 160 world leaders have descended on New York to gather at the 70th General Assembly of the United Nations. They are addressing the [...]

This Companion Diagnostic Test Will Make Doctors Cancer Sharpshooters

The key to winning the fight against non-small cell lung cancer, which accounts for around 85% of all lung cancers worldwide, could lie in a cellular pathway called PD-1. PD-1 is [...]

Connecting Caregivers with Brilliant Machines: How Big Data Can Help

  Increase the number of hospital beds and keep the same number of scanning equipment, all while maintaining high quality care for patients. That was the challenge Houston Methodist Hospital in [...]

“Turmoil and Hope”: Future of Global Health Discussed at 70th UN General Assembly

Eighty per cent of all people globally have little to no access to healthcare. That’s 5.8 billion people. Bleak as this sounds, there has actually been a vast improvement in global [...]

World’s Largest Single-Use Biopharmaceutical Factory Made in Germany, Bound for China

In a few weeks, biologics manufacturer JHL Biotech will begin to take delivery of the largest single-use modular biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility in the world. It’s being constructed in Germany and shipped [...]

An “Ideal” Arrangement for Radiologists: Proving Innovation and Low Cost Can Come As a Pair

As hospitals across the U.S. experience increasing pressure to deliver higher-value healthcare at a lower cost, they continue to face challenges related to outcomes, cost control, market competition, and other dynamics. [...]

This Hospital Just Saved a Projected 5 million+ Dollars a Year and Helped ICU Patients on Ventilators Leave the Hospital Sooner

  Each year, 5 million humans are rolled into the door of the ICU in the United States. 2 Half of these patients are on ventilators, unable to breathe on their [...]
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