These are the weekly disruptions seen in the healthcare industry from last week (6th June to 13 June).
Food as Medicine
NYC Health + Hospitals has launched an interesting research study programme that will focus on exploring the impact of a Produce Prescription Programme on the health of children aged 2 to 8 years who are struggling with obesity that poses life-threatening issues.
Insurer Anthem has teamed up with Happify Health, a sequence-based firm offering personalised digital solutions tailored according to digital experiences, to offer an integrated platform dedicated to women’s health.
Caron Treatment Centres will soon open ‘The Fran and Doug Tieman Center’, a research centre dedicated to conducting medical research at its Pennsylvania campus.
AI and Robotics
Clarius, a wireless HD ultrasound provider, has teamed up with Turtle Health, a virtual gynaecology clinic, to put forth their virtual gynaecology solution that will enable women to take an at-home test for a variety of purposes.
AstraZeneca and Daiichi Sankyo’s HER2-targeting drug ‘Enhertu’ may be the answer to HER2-low breast cancers.