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Researchers found that 80% of dads who received the Milk Man app downloaded it. 
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Medicaid patients enrolled in Northwell's Health Home care coordination platform will be matched with community organizations able to address their non-medical needs.
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All three health systems will also start using the digital health app and device prescription platform.
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Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine found that language used in a participant's Facebook posts was able to predict 21 medical conditions. 
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The interactive VR experience let patients see how continued therapy could keep their white blood cells intact to fend off infections.
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Funding news. Berlin-based digital health company Cara Care has secured $7m (€6.2m) in Series A funding in a round led by Johnson & Johnson Innovation and Asabys Partners. Existing investors Atlantic Labs also participated, bringing the total amount raised to over $9m (€8m).
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Vida and Teladoc will team up in an effort to get payer clients away from point solutions.
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Reimbursement, data interoperability and risk aversion each have healthcare leaders second guessing technology-led innovations.
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By listening for agonal respirations, an algorithm described in a recent NPJ Digital Medicine paper offers a path for smartphone- and personal assistant-based heart attack detection.
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Also: Optima Health adopts Cardinal Analytx's AI insight platform; Canopy Health launches patient app powered by Anexinent.
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