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SoftComply Compliance COURSES for medical device developers!

SoftComply Compliance COURSES for medical device developers!

#Checkout SoftComply #regulatory #Compliance #Training #COURSES for #medicaldevice #developers! Register here.

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A Very Noteworthy Healthcare Collaboration

At a time when we seem to be treated to an endless barrage of negative news, some powerfully positive things are happening that bode well for our future, particularly in the area of healthcare. While the focus here is usually on costs, big breakthroughs are coming in combatting cancer and other afflictions.

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Get Moving for Mental Health: A Webinar with Stella Volpe, Ph.D.

Learn the many science-backed benefits of exercise in a Twill webinar with nutrition and exercise physiology expert Stella Volpe, Ph.D. Read more here.

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Google Ventures Has Created A Remarkable Presence In Healthcare

Google Ventures (GV) is a venture capital firm that was originally spun out of Google in 2009 and is now partnered with Alphabet. The firm oversees more than $8 billion dollars in assets, and has invested in some of the world’s most famous enterprises and companies.

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Data annotation is a critical success factor behind AI and ML algorithms

VP of Product at iMerit, Glen Ford discusses how automation and humans-in-the-loop combine to build a more productive and efficient process of #dataannotation. Read more here.

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Between 15% and 30% of all cases of infertility are unexplained infertility

To know more about Unexplained infertility and possible treatments and recommendations, go to EnhancedFertilityApp blog post here.

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HealthBeacon is the World's Leading Digital Health Platform for Injectable Medications

As many as 1-in-2 patients fail to adhere to their medication schedule. HealthBeacon's technologies integrate with patient support programs to significantly improve adherence for individuals with at home therapy regimens. Read more here.

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The Importance Of Affordable Healthcare: Getting To The Heart Of The Matter

The average monthly cost of insulin in the U.S., including generics, can range from $50 with prescription coverage to over $1,000 without. Largely applicable across many medications, this type of cost disparity underscores the importance of maintaining appropriate health coverage for those who already have it. But as a pharmacist and healthcare professional, I am more concerned about those with inadequate, heavily restricted or no health coverage: the people standing in line at the pharmacy with tears and desperation in eyes that are darting between their medication, their basket of groceries and their children.

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The FCA’s new Consumer Duty rules (CP21/36) ensure “a higher level of consumer protection in retail financial markets."

At Toca.io, they're committed to working closely with their customers and the wider market to ensure that technology helps drive customer-centricity, supports vulnerable customers & aids firms in delivering great outcomes. To learn more click here.

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New Approaches Needed To Support Digitization Of Healthcare

At the recent HIMSS conference in Helsinki, the breadth of digital solutions promising to transform healthcare was prodigious. What is also sadly evident for any seasoned observer of the sector is that the pace of change remains incredibly slow, and while digital tools have enabled many sectors to do more with less, healthcare remains largely beholden to Baumol's cost disease.

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Cultivating a Culture of Wellbeing

Join Eagle Lab Health Tech on the 18th August at 12pm to hear from our panel of revolutionary experts to uncover new ways of thinking, being and doing that will support your people and your business to flourish. Read more here.

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Healthcare Illiteracy Remains Rampant Among Americans, New Survey Shows

Efforts to shield Americans from surprise medical bills—such as the No Surprises Act—may be starting to work. A recent analysis showed two million surprise bills had been avoided in a two-month span.

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