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Epion Health, a SaaS patient engagement platform provider, raised $4.5M in Series A funding from Deerfield Management. Epion replaces clipboards and paper forms with iPads, and fully integrates with electronic health record and practice management systems. Galen.me is an integrated … Continue reading

Vertex Pharmaceuticals Launches New Developer Challenge!

We’re happy to announce our newest challenge: Technology for CF Life Transitions Challenge Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a progressive disease, which causes the buildup of mucus in vital organs. Unfortunately, there is no cure and patients are faced with increasingly … Continue reading

Pilot Health Tech NYC 2014 Winners Announced!

Health 2.0 congratulates the winners of Pilot Health Tech NYC 2014 announced at today’s Pilot Day in New York City. We had a competitive pool of 65 applicants and have chosen 11 winners to receive a total of $1,000,000 in funding for … Continue reading

Pilot Health Tech NYC: Creating Partnership for Innovation and Development

In the last few years, it’s become clear that New York City is emerging as a power in the tech industry, rivaling Silicon Valley. What’s even clearer is that the health tech startups in “Silicon Alley” are emerging as one … Continue reading

PCORI Matchmaking App Challenge: Answering Important Questions

Communication between stakeholders, researchers and patients is critical to helping patients make informed health care decisions and allow patient voices to be heard. Yet it is often difficult for researchers to find patients for their Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) and … Continue reading

Palo Alto Medical Foundation Launches 2014 Developer Challenge

Wednesday, June 11, at the Healthy Communities Data Summit (HCDS) in Los Angeles, CA the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) launched its 2014 Developer Challenge to an audience of over 300 professionals interested in improving health at the community level. … Continue reading

Design Challenge Seeks Solutions That Put Care Into Context For Providers

Most of health happens outside of the doctor’s office. It’s what we eat, where we work and in the neighborhoods we live. Yet providers only have a few minutes in an appointment to decipher all the factors that create a … Continue reading

Palo Alto Medical Foundation Debuts New Challenge on Supporting Aging Communities

HxRefactored 2014 not only featured presentations from talented professionals in the healthcare innovation space but also served as a call to action to build innovative solutions for today’s healthcare challenges. Health 2.0 Co-Chairman, Matthew Holt, announced to a full audience of developers and … Continue reading

Pilot Health Tech NYC Update

The Pilot Health Tech NYC team is excited about all the interest we’ve received and is eager to receive your applications by the Joint Application deadline on May 23rd. If you missed our Q&A Webinar, make sure to watch the recording. … Continue reading

Why You Should Probably Host a Code-A-Thon and Why You Definitely Need Our Help

Lisa Evans of Fast Company wrote an article last week about why companies should start hosting more hack-a-thons, or as we like to call them, code-a-thons. Citing the examples of Paypal & Mixbook, code-a-thons are an awesome way to spur innovations … Continue reading

NYC’s a (Healthcare) Tech Giant

The NY Times article critiquing the state of tech in NYC made some interesting points, but we’re going to have to agree with the AM New York assessment: “NYC’s A Tech Giant”….for health tech anyway. New York City is bursting … Continue reading

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