Posted in In The News on Oct 14, 2016
Working as a technology company in healthcare, we are in a unique position. Not only do we get to see some really great tech companies, but we also frequently lay eyes on some incredible ideas in healthcare startups. With companies entering the healthcare and technology worlds every day, you’d be forgiven for not being able to follow them. Fortunately we’ve found seven important ones that you should know...
Posted in Articles on Oct 12, 2016
Recently, someone asked what struck me as an insightful question on Quora: "what incentives do hospital-providers have for patient-engagement investments?" The questioner went on to comment that "purely from a revenue perspective, if patient engagement leads to patients staying away from hospitals (read healthy), what's in it for the hospitals?"
Posted in In The News on Oct 07, 2016
Eric Luellen of Boston is the founder of Bioinformatix’s Rx&You, a cloud-based artificial intelligence platform designed to address four distinct problems impacting clinical outcomes today: medication non-adherence, coordination of care, drug-drug interactions, and patient education...
Posted in In The News on Oct 02, 2016
We have featured examples of CEP applied to the medical field in past articles here, and in our books. The one deployed in Rx&You is new to us. The combination of AI and CEP to develop a drug event system that screens for drug interactions in real time and issues alerts etc. is innovative. It offers an interesting opportunity to develop standards for event abstraction hierarchies for this area of medical monitoring.
Posted in In The News on Sep 29, 2016
Rx&You Voted Audience Favorite for C3 Prize @StanfordMedX