Post IPO: What’s Next for Fitbit & The Future of Wearables in Healthcare?

Fitbit Flex Review

It was an IPO to remember when Fitbit, Inc. hit Wall Street this June. In fact, it was the third largest U.S IPO of 2015, according to Dealogic. Its stock opened at $30.50, (52 percent above its initial public offering price of $20.00), raised $732 million, and sold 36.6 million shares—giving the San Francisco, CA-based, fitness-tracking device developer a valuation of approximately $4.1 billion. Clearly it was a great day for Fitbit, but what does its initial success say about the long-term
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Modernizing Medicine’s CEO Talks Revolutionizing EMRs through IBM Watson

Modernizing Medicine_Daniel_Cane

When we think about electronic medical records (EMR), lots things come to mind including the hiccups and headaches that have come with the technology’s lack features and functionality over the years. But that’s all changing, according to Modernizing Medicine’s CEO Dan Cane; EMRs are evolving to better assist physicians in unprecedented ways. Cane should know since he’s helping his Boca Raton, FL-based company lead the way in developing a new league of sophisticated EMR technology across a
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Health Wildcatters Co-Founder Talks Dallas Health Startup Accelerator

Health Wildcatters Co-Founder Talks Dallas Health Startup Accelerator

Dr. Hubert Zajicek, Co-Founder of Health Wildcatters talks about their mentorship-driven healthcare seed accelerator.
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Jonathan Govette of Referral MD on Disrupting Healthcare Communication

(Founders Stories) Jonathan Govette of Referral MD

Jonathan Govette of Referral MD shares his founders story of how he created his health startup focused on streamlining the medical referral process.
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Biometric Patient ID Technology with M2SYS President, Michael Trader Podcast Interview

Biometric Patient ID Technology with M2SYS President, Michael Trader

Biometric Patient ID Technology with M2SYS President, Michael Trader podcast interview and it's ability to prevent duplicate MRNs, identify theft, and improve a hospital's ROI
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How eCaring Will Transform Home Healthcare with CEO Robert Herzog

Home Healthcare eCaring CEO Robert Herzog

Part 2 interview/Podcast with Robert Herzog, Founder & CEO of eCaring, a web-based home health care monitoring and management system that delivers real-time information from the home to care managers, providers, and family members that is transforming the home Healthcare Industry
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Home Healthcare Management with eCaring CEO Robert Herzog

Home Healthcare eCaring CEO Robert Herzog

Part 1 interview/Podcast with Robert Herzog, Founder & CEO of eCaring, a web-based home health care monitoring and management system that delivers real-time information from the home to care managers, providers, and family members.
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How Health Information Exchanges Will Drive ACOs

Health Information Exchanges

 Editor's Note: This Q-and-A features Mark Caron, Senior Vice President and CIO of Capital BlueCross. SearchHealthIT.com HIT reporter Don Fluckinger sat down with Caron to discuss how health information exchanges (HIE), a significant component of meaningful use stages 2 and 3, fits into the changing landscape of health care payment models
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Interview: Rob McCray, CEO of Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance Talks Connected Health

Robert McCray CEO, Wireless Life Sciences

Robert B. McCray is the President & CEO of the Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance. Rob recently spoke with HIT Consultant to discuss some of the key takeaways from this year's Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance Convergence Summit that was held in May and his thoughts on the growing connected health space.
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Organizing Health Information Exchange with Jonathan Gold, MD Catholic Health Initiatives

Jonathan Gold, MD, MHA, MSc, Regional CMIO, Catholic Health Initiatives,

 Jonathan Gold, MD, regional chief medical informatics officer for Catholic Health Initiatives, discusses his vision for organizing health information exchange and developing physician workflow in this interview with SearchHealthIT. Health information exchange is not just about establishing a repository of static data that sits and waits for people to access it. Instead, clinicians and health IT experts are considering ways that turn data into actionable, meaningful information that can be
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