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Carrot collaborates to roll-out digital smoking cessation service

Digital health company Carrot gained FDA approval for its smoking cessation app in November, and is now working with another tech firm to expand its launch into the US market. The Redwood City, Califo... read more

ActualMeds raising $5M to expand medication management services

It plans to use the $5 million it’s seeking in part to add more services to its SAAS platform ... In a short interview at the New York Digital Health conference, Meisner said it would use the funding ... read more

Humana won't hire smokers in Arizona

Smoking ... to roll out the new program because state laws allow employers to require tobacco-cessation programs. The state's smoking rate, 13.1 percent, is also among the lowest in the nation, accord... read more

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From evidence-based medicine to digital-based health

Only a few months later, in November, digital health company Carrot gained FDA approval for its smoking cessation app, Pivot ... in AI-enabled technologies to facilitate patient access to services and ... read more

It's Time for Democrats to Use Their Army of the Potomac

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CVS, tobacco, and knee jerk reflexes

Consider this example. Your friend has just successfully quit smoking (example intentional) and tells you he’s reached his one year mark off of cigarettes. In response, you say, “That’s great! Good wo... read more

Paying the price for avoidable health risks

One issue that has arisen in the current debate about Medicare sustainability is whether personal responsibility should affect access to public-funded health services ... If people take avoidable heal... read more

Redox adds first health system customer with Brigham Health deal in push to expand interoperability

Redox Engine, a health IT business focused on reducing the friction caused by hospitals integrating new technology and supporting interoperability, has tended to be paid by the health vendors that use ... read more

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