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Tech-enabled home care 2012-2021 -- are we there yet?

Aging in Place Technology Watch

In July of 2012, the report, The Future of Home Care Technology , a survey report sponsored by Philips, Microsoft, and LivHOME, was written and published. The above points are little changed from 2012. However, more interesting is the 2012 vision for the future transformation of home care.

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Tech-minded insurance company Oscar Health announces IPO

Mobi Health News

Founded in 2012, Oscar has grown to an approximate membership of 529,000, an annual revenue of $1.67 billion and a lifetime accumulated deficit of $1.43

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When an EHR is hacked by Russians

KevinMD

In 2012 our practice invested $300,000 into building computer infrastructure and the purchase of a brand-spanking-new electronic health record, commonly referred to as an EHR. Hippocrates didn't have a server. Since this expenditure, terms […].

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Death by 1,000 clicks: Where electronic health records went wrong

KevinMD

The 47-year-old Vermont attorney turned innkeeper visited her local doctor at the Stowe Family Practice twice about the problem in late November 2012, but got little relief. It didn’t feel like her usual migraine. Two months later, […]. Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now.

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More than a decade ago -- a look at the Future of Home Care Technology

Aging in Place Technology Watch

An optimistic view of home care’s future as seen from 2012. This chart came from a report, The Future of Home Care Technology 2012 that was sponsored by Microsoft, Verizon and LivHome, in 2012. As seen in 2012, the future of home care would transform, supported by software.

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Ieso Digital Health applies deep learning to clinical data to improve CBT delivery in new study

Mobi Health News

Study data from 17,500 online CBT patients were collected from June 2012 to March 2018.

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Gympass' fitness benefits platform barrels into unicorn status with $300M raise

Mobi Health News

Founded in 2012, the startup currently has more than 2,000 clients and is active across 14 countries.

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