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In the past five years, we have committed $33 billion in taxpayer dollars to digitize our nation's health care data. The need was unquestionable, and the potential gains are tremendous. However, the system that has emerged has essentially replicated the acute care-focused health system that has been failing us for decades.
DMI (Cambridge, MA) Final Frontier Medical Devices (Paoli, PA) Jon Sung is a contributing writer for XPRIZE and copywriting
The teams competing in the two Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE competitions are helping us take the first steps towards that reality
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Access to venture capital may have been a problem as recently as a decade ago, but is no longer an inhibitor. The cost of
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On the other hand, look at what the technology industry--and Google--have brought us. We now have an ocean of knowledge freely
Five $120,000 Distinguished Award winners also demonstrated game-changing technology. Alphabetically, they are: By Henry
These advances in health sensing, available any time and anywhere, are game changing. A continuous stream of personalized
It sometimes seems that the world is speeding up, and it's often hard to remember how quickly things are changing in our everyday lives.
After three years, Peter Thiel's experiment is beginning to prove that there are no shortcuts to success. But it is certain