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Amazon and start-up Xealth are planning a pilot (CNBC)

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https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/11/amazon-providence-xealth-pilot-hospital-discharge.html

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Fitbit steps into healthcare with Twine Health acquisition (Modern Healthcare)

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http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20180213/NEWS/180219972

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CVS Health is Improving Health Care Delivery and Fostering Innovation

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https://cvshealth.com/thought-leadership/get-the-facts-improving-health-care-delivery-and-fostering-innovation

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GAO Report-Telehealth Troubles Tied to Reimbursement Barriers (mHealth Intel)

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https://mhealthintelligence.com/news/gao-report-telehealth-troubles-tied-to-reimbursement-barriers

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Patients Typing Their Visit Agenda into EMR (Annals Fam Med)

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http://www.annfammed.org/content/15/2/158.full

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Your new fitness tracker will not work miracles (USA Today)

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/2017/01/08/science-your-new-fitness-tracker-not-work-miracles/95769082/

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Caregivers and Technology – What They Want and Need

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http://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/home-and-family/personal-technology/2016/04/Caregivers-and-Technology-AARP.pdf

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4 ways to tackle healthcare disparities

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Research leaves little doubt that significant care quality disparities due to race, income, gender and even sexual orientation continue to trouble the U.S. healthcare system, but the greater challenge for providers is to pinpoint what to do about it, Permanente …

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Digital health gets two new reality checks (thank God)

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Two new studies โ€” one in a peer-reviewed journal, one from a consulting firm โ€” are casting some skepticism on the world of digital health. In an often-overhyped sector, a little skepticism is a good thing. As MedCity News reported, …

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Google to reshape how it provides health information, Mayo Clinic joins as a partner

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Google will today start presenting healthcare information in a new way โ€“ both for users of traditional Internet browsers as well as on its Google mobile app. The change will no doubt redefine how Americans obtain health information online. But …

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