The honorees for the health category of the 2016 Innovation by Design Awards vary dramatically from one another in form and function. Yet they all emphasize a key thing: the user, whether that’s a young football star who needs protection against concussions or a genetic scientist who can now run DNA experiments from her desktop. These 25 designs put people first.
Everyone is calling for transparency in prices for health care services. If you could shop for health care services it is likely competition would improve quality and lower costs. But, as we all know too […]
Like every 3D printing technologies, bioprinting is an additive process in which a machine is adding successive layers of – in this case – biocompatible material by adding successive layers of both cells and supporting […]
Waverly Labs, a New York City company, hopes to create a world without language barriers through Pilot, the first smart earpiece language translator. Language barriers in healthcare lead to poor patient satisfaction and reduced health outcomes. […]