Collaboration Scores Again with Garmin and ActiGraph

Collaboration Scores Again with Garmin and ActiGraph

As established entities solidify their places in the health, wellness, and medical technology markets, the trend toward synergy and collaboration continues. We wrote recently about a joint effort by the Mayo Clinic and Eko to develop AI to detect heart disease....
Two Arms Good, Four Arms Better?

Two Arms Good, Four Arms Better?

Robotics in various forms has multipleĀ applications in medicine and healthcare. Point of view (POV) is a helpful starting point in assessing potential uses for robotics. For example when a physician uses a workstation to insert a stent using robotic arms in a remote...
Jefferson and Blue Cross Team Up for Innovation

Jefferson and Blue Cross Team Up for Innovation

Thomas Jefferson University is one of the largest medical schools in the U.S., and is affiliated with Jefferson Health which has five hospitals and other services in the greater Philadelphia Area. Independence Blue Cross (IBX) is the leading health insurance company...
McLaren Turns Its Technology to Healthcare

McLaren Turns Its Technology to Healthcare

Formula 1 racing is a high stakes business. Top competitors have annual budgets of $400 million or more to put two drivers and their cars on the race tracks. As a result, it should come as no surprise that race car drivers are some of the most carefully monitored and...