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NuEyes pilot study MCB MeHI

AR Startup NuEyes Launches 2020 MassChallenge HealthTech Pilot Study in Partnership With MCB and...

NuEyes, a leading augmented reality smartglass company that empowers those who suffer from severe vision loss, announced a new pilot study in collaboration with the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB) and Massachusetts eHealth Institute (MeHI). The pilot is being conducted as part of the 2020 MassChallenge HealthTech program, an effort to boost startups at […]
Cherish Health Launches Safe@Home

Cherish Health’s [email protected] Project is Aimed at Helping Curb the Impact of COVID-19

Cherish Health, a Cambridge, MA-based medtech company that develops AI-powered medical wearables, has launched a new initiative called Project [email protected] to help curb the impact of COVID-19. The company has been working hard with government agencies, academic research institutions, health and social care providers and payors in the US and UK to respond to the […]
ViTrack blood pressure monitor

ViTrack: Cuffless Wearable for Continuous, Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Monitoring

Massachusetts-based startup Dynocardia has developed ViTrack, a cuff-less, wearable device that allows for direct, continuous, non-invasive measurement of blood pressure. Around 80 million people in the United States suffer from hypertension, also known as high blood pressure. The condition increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. However, many people with high blood pressure have […]
Bloomer develops ECG Bra

Femtech Startup Bloomer Develops Smart Bra that Can Monitor Women’s Health

Bloomer, a Massachusetts-based Femtech company, has raised $3 million in seed funding for its bra-like ECG tech. The round was led by Material Impact, with participation from One Brave Idea and several angel investors, including Boston Scientific co-founder John Abele. Adam Sharkawy, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Material Impact and a former cardiovascular healthcare executive, […]
Raman spectroscopy for diabetes

MIT Researchers Prove Noninvasive Spectroscopy Could Be an Alternative to Needle Pricks for Diabetics

People with diabetes need to endure painful needle pricks several times a day to check their blood sugar levels. However, studies have shown that more than half of patients don’t test often enough, in part because of the pain and inconvenience associated with the procedure. Read more American Diabetes Association Recognizes Use of Autonomous AI […]
Omnipod DASH in Europe

Insulet Launches its Omnipod DASH Insulin Management System in Europe

Insulet, a maker of wearable Insulin Management System, based in Massachusetts, announced the launch of its Omnipod DASH™ Insulin Management System in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. People with diabetes at King’s College Hospital in London and a leading hospital in Amsterdam are now among the first in Europe to access Insulet’s new system. […]