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  • Open Outcomes Based Regulation: The U.S. Needs a New Approach to the Validation...

    Open Outcomes Based Regulation

    The U.S. Needs a New Approach to the Validation and Use of Medical Products and Health Care Services

    It is almost a truism that the U.S. health care systems is “broken” yet the solutions offered tend to be either supportive...Full Post
  • Connected Health and Diabetes

    More than 382 million people throughout the world currently live with diabetes. That number is expected to grow by 55% over the next 20 years. In the United States alone, nearly 30 million people have diabetes. Another 86 million Americans have pre-diabetes,...Full Post
  • Digital Health : Bringing Healthcare to the World

    Happy New Year! WLSA kicks off the new year with some information about digital health and how it can make a positive impact on healthcare on a global scale.
    When we think of digital health, we might think of our smartphones, apps, and the various other devices...Full Post
  • FDASIA Comments; Open Outcomes Based Regulation

    By Rob McCray

    The U.S. government and health care industry are engaged in a complex set of conversations, proposals and negotiations about the regulation of connected health tools, including software, devices and cloud services. The 113th Congress and relevant...Full Post
  • Connected Health Aids in the Fight Against Childhood Obesity

    Childhood obesity has serious health and economic consequences, and is estimated to cost $14 billion annually in direct health expenses. Since September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, we’ve compiled a sample of connected health apps intended...Full Post
  • Connected Health in the Fight against Breast Cancer

    By Devon Tolliver

    According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ website, breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in woman and will affect one out of every eight women born today. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month...Full Post