Monday, June 26, 2017

Local medical device CEO shares plans for drone delivery service

A local medical device firm is finding a new way to use drones to help saves lives. Orlando-based Archer First Response Systems is using modified drones to deliver automated external defibrillators (AED)...

Q&A with MDLIVE CEO Scott Decker: Taking telehealth to the masses

When Scott Decker told friends and colleagues in Portland, Oregon, he was going to be taking the helm of MDLIVE in South Florida, they were surprised. “The outside perception is that there...

Lake Nona leaders share insights on partnerships, innovation, town center, more

Business leaders from four Medical City entities discussed the latest in Lake Nona last week at Orlando Business Journal’s Doing Business in Medical City panel discussion. Here’s a quick recap of some of...

Health system partners with startup on telehealth expansion

Miami Children’s Health System is harnessing the potential of telemedicine to deliver better care to its patients. The parent organization of Nicklaus Children's Hospital announced this week that it will partner with...

Doing Business in Medical City: Panelists share take on tech innovation

There's plenty of science experiments and innovation going on at Lake Nona's 600-acre Medical City life sciences hub, and a few of the leaders for some of the top organizations in...

University of Miami Health System partners with Palo Alto startup

A division of the University of Miami Health System has partnered with a startup to transform personalized cancer treatments with the help of technology. Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center will launch the new precision medicine...

South Florida startup aims to cut costs for doctors and save time for patients

With about $100,000 in limbo between his internal medicine practice and an insurance company, outsourcing blood work became a no-brainer to Jason Radick and his partners at Physicians Group of South Florida. Not all...

A health system bets big on Miami’s future in health-tech

Daniel Silberman runs Miami-based startup Mediconecta, the largest telemedicine provider in Latin America. It is also eying the U.S. Hispanic marketplace. Juan Pablo Segura founded Babyscripts to provide a new way of...

Healthcare on brink of new innovation, Florida healthcare, tech leaders say

Nayyar spoke Tuesday at SUP-X, the startup business expo now under way at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. The importance of healthcare innovation to Florida’s economy was one of...

Health care-tech startup talks “value-based” medicine, unveils new software

Modernizing Medicine co-founder Michael Sherling today will unveil the health care-tech startup’s new electronic health record system geared to dermatology practices at the Association of Dermatology Administrators & Managers annual meeting in Orlando. The software...
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