PSFK tours next-generation primary care facility Forward and speaks to the chief medical officer for a glimpse into the tech-enabled future of on-demand, consumer-driven healthcare
As private practices fall out of favor (and affordability) with millennial doctors, Clinicube's medical coworking provides a much cheaper solution and helps practicioners offer more personal care
Amino helps people find the doctor who is most experienced in treating their specific ailments
A new technology can sew sensors into tissue, and potentially spot and treat issues before they arise
Augmedix collects and stores patients' electronic health records while conversation transpires with physician
Teledermatology is a new medical field where people send their doctors photos of their skin to receive a diagnosis.
A new app will allow quick, easy video consultations for busy people and the uninsured.
The University of London is demoing oversized medical images to help students pay attention in class.
The Figure 1 photo-sharing app for healthcare professionals allows them to post images to the medical community and comment on them.
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland are developing technology to dramatically improve the speed of MRI scans.
Scientists have developed a flexible circuit board that can be printed directly on to skin to transmit data back to a doctor.
ClickClinica provides real-time global disease surveillance by letting doctors record patients' symptoms with a single click.