Dharmica Mistry has an inspiring story to share. From a young age, she was interested in how things worked. She tells Philippa in this interview, “Ever since I was young and growing up, I was always very curious and inquisitive. Problem solving was my life. I enjoyed trying to understand how things worked.”
Digital giving voice to cancer patients and their treatment symptoms. Power of data!
Healthcare is a $3 trillion industry, and after a stretch of circling and speculation, the past couple of weeks saw a number of technology and financial giants making public announcements around their intentions to dive into this ripe-for-innovation industry.
A great win for Karista - Free office space (4 desks) for one year at the amazing Creative Cubes judged by Founder of Creative Cubes, CEO of StartUp Vic and Start Up Manager MYOB
or the second year in a row, former VP Joe Biden came to the StartUp Health Festival during J.P. Morgan Week in San Francisco and made an impassioned plea for change.
The human eye doesn’t get the most limelight in the healthcare world. But vision is so essential to life itself, and when the eyes and brain don’t work in harmony, problems can arise.
Tech giant Google has made its "next big leap" in machine learning, launching a new product which lets businesses with little artificial intelligence expertise build and customise their own models using Google's techniques of transfer learning and learning2learn.
Philippa Lewis, founder of aged care health and technology companies Sanicare and Simavita, now runs Elementum and has linked up with leading data analytics firm Quantium to undertake and sell an in-depth analysis of the 60-plus age group broken into five-year segments.
The artificial intelligence-led digital revolution is upon us, and is set to change long-held habits across multiple industries. Are we right to be concerned or is it unjust paranoia?
On Friday, a ransomware attack affected everything from hospitals to corporate offices in England, Russia, Spain, Vietnam, Turkey, Japan and other nations, according to The New York Times. As of Friday afternoon, cybersecurity firm Avast reported seeing 75,000 detections in 99 countries.
Digital health is at an interesting point in its evolution. Not only are some providers and payers connecting patients and members with apps and connected devices but also pharma companies are collaborating with startups and growth stage companies to develop applications to address challenges such as medication adherence.
The digital revolution or as it is now commonly referred to as the “fourth revolution”, is by all accounts a revolution. The technology train has left the station and if you didn’t know, we are all on board, like it or not.
The word revolution means a forcible overthrow of a social order, in favour of a new system. In healthcare, the word is used all the time but has anyone actually explained what this new system might look like? Does anyone actually know?
Philippa Lewis, founder of Elementum was an official mentor for the ATC. One of the companies mentored, Vectus, was announced as the winner of the Medtech Life science category.
I was fortunate recently to find myself speaking at an event hub for entrepreneurs with Alex Tselios, founder and publisher of The Big Smoke http://thebigsmoke.com.au.
There is constant noise across Australia when it comes to innovation, start-ups and technology especially in healthcare. Blogs abound, meetups and accelerators are in orbit, researchers have never been more inspired, corporates are anxious not to miss out and governments are trying to navigate their methods of contribution and justify their electoral pitches.