Dr. Nick speaks with Mark Engelen, CEO & Co-Founder for RxLive at the Connected Health Initiative (CHI) Connected Health Demo & Reception. RxLive is working on amplifying the collaborative care model by making pharmacists live into the care process and coordination.
Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have demonstrated that stem cells derived from the placenta known as Cdx2 cells can regenerate healthy heart cells after heart attacks in animal models.
Dr. Nick, The Incrementalist, interviews Craig Samitt, MD, Martin Makary, MD, Robert Pearl, MD, and Former Secretary of the Veterans Administration, the honorable David Shulkin, MD at the World Health Care Congress.
Who doesn’t like a good list? Whether you are on it, know someone on it, or aspire to be on it, you always want to read the list. Here are some of the top lists in the healthcare industry.
Ignite Accelerator Announces 19 Teams Selected for the Eighth Round of the Internal Innovation Training and Incubator Program
The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is pleased to announce the teams selected for the eighth round of the HHS IDEA Lab Ignite Accelerator program.
The AMA and Sling Health, a student-run biotechnology incubator, expanded their joint efforts to allow the voice and experience of physicians to inspire technologies that resolve unmet needs in health care delivery and clinical medicine.
By Ed Simcox – This past October, in partnership with the American Society of Nephrology, my office launched the first KidneyX prize, ‘Redesign Dialysis’. Now, less than 5 months later, the first phase of the prize has come to a close.
By Seema Verma – Public service is a privilege. My primary mission as the Administrator of CMS is to deliver on President Trump’s commitment to strengthen and modernize Medicare for the millions of Americans who depend on us every day.
Seth L. Sherman, MD, a sports medicine orthopaedic surgeon at University of Missouri Health Care’s Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, recently became one of the first American surgeons to enroll patients in a clinical research study aimed at earning FDA approval for a new knee-cartilage implant.