Unite Us scoops up NowPow—but becoming a giant entity won’t necessarily be a golden ticket to success in the SDOH space
The FTC is forcing digital health apps to inform US consumers of any cybersecurity breaches, or else face hefty fines.
Hinge Health sets the stage for the future of virtual physical therapy: It acquired Wrnch to make its computer vision tech more accurate—a move that’ll help it reel in even more payer partnerships amid sky-high chronic pain spending.
Hims & Hers is adding its health & wellness products on fashion retailer Revolve’s site—we unpack how this fits into Hims & Hers broader healthcare strategy, and why telehealth vendors could be missing out on a massive opportunity by not catering to Gen Zers.
On today's episode, we discuss the many different ways that Amazon is delivering healthcare, its new online cost comparison tool, and how quickly the company will put its stamp on the health space. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Lisa Phillips.
Digital pharmacies like Capsule and Medly are only making meds more accessible in larger cities—but in order to keep up with Amazon, they’ll have to expand their footprints.
Is AR-enabled doctor collaboration a lifeline for telehealth companies? Teladoc is bringing augmented reality-enabled surgery collaboration to its provider partners—a signal that other telehealth companies could steer into new provider-facing tech as telehealth usage drops off.
B2B tech products and services, the largest sector of B2B advertising, saw a massive boost in the US as the pandemic increased demand across the tech industry.
Amazon Care scales up its in-person care services: We unpack what its next step could be and why other telehealth providers are also not slowing down their telehealth rollout despite plunging consumer usage in recent months.
More Rx delivery companies are sidestepping insurance with low-cost meds: Sesame Care colaunched an online pharmacy that offers transparently priced and affordable ($5) prescriptions—but it’s not the only Rx delivery player doing this, and it’ll become even more commonplace as the federal gov’t turns up the pressure on pricing transparency rules.