Internet registry company dotHealth released the domain “.health” last month, making it available for organizations that provide healthcare or health information, market health products or services, or develop health-related technologies.
Last month, we hosted a group of health innovators, brand leaders, and marketing agencies for a conversation on how to spark further collaboration between groups.
Rx.Health (the RxUniverse platform) allows healthcare providers to avoid the confusing task of selecting from 300,000+ health and wellness apps on the market and directly prescribe patients the most effective medical app for their respective disease state.
Flo’s decision to rebrand to a .health domain began last year as they were making the transition from a period tracking app to a full-fledged women’s health platform. Flo recently added a pregnancy mode and began releasing features to cater to women at all stages of the reproductive cycle: teenagers, those wanting to conceive, pregnant women, young moms, women going through menopause, etc.
Last week, dotHealth joined the executive board of The Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP). CSIP companies work together to protect consumers from the dangers of fake online pharmacies through collaboration with law enforcement, promotion of corporate citizenship and consumer education.
Immersive.health is a blog that educates readers about how VR technology is positively impacting patients and healthcare providers across the world. The Immersive.health blog is powered by appliedVR, the first VR platform designed for healthcare which is being used in more than 100 hospitals throughout the US.
We’ve looked at each and every one of the 172 panels entered in this year’s Health & Wellness category to pick our favorites in a few categories that we’d love to see on stage. If you agree, give these panels your votes – it will get them one step closer to the SXSW stage this March 9-13 in Austin.
Universities have .edu, non-profit organizations have .org — and as of 11am Eastern today, the health industry will have .health – the home for health online.
Sugar Link connects diabetes patients, their caregivers, and their loved ones to information about diabetes, glucose monitoring, and the latest innovations in diabetic care. Through SugarLink.health, not only can individuals connect with information via articles, videos, and applications, but they can connect with other people with diabetes via the Sugar Link Community Board.
Caremap, developed by Boston Children’s Hospital’s Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator (IDHA) in collaboration with Duke Health System, is an app that enables family caregivers to securely store vital medical information and share it with health professionals as part of their care or in an emergency.