A healthcare startup whose AI-powered symptom checker lets users check symptoms against other patients’ experiences has begun a partnership with Mayo Clinic and raised a fresh $42 million to advance its telehealth platform.  

The medical device giant has purchased a French spinal surgery company that currently has more than 30 digital medicine products on the market in the U.S. and Europe.

A new AI tool can accurately separate the patients who would do better getting restorative sleep till morning from those who, due to unstable condition, really need their vital signs checked overnight.

As AI inches into the workflows of residency program directors, many may need to prepare against delegating too much of the laborious candidate-selection task to an algorithm.

The forward slash-shaped rise reflects broad participation from corporations, companies, businesses, organizations, individual inventors and other innovating entities.

Harvard researchers at Mass General Brigham have built an AI chatbot that can automatically triage patients whenever they call or show up in disaster-level numbers.  

Last fall CMS whittled a field of 300-something entrant teams in its AI Health Outcomes Challenge to 25 semifinalists. This week the agency revealed seven finalist entities, one of which will claim the grand prize of up to $1 million next spring.

A Silicon Valley maker of surgical robots is launching a venture capital arm to invest in future leaders of minimally invasive care. Inaugural ante: $100 million.

A hearing aid manufacturer founded in the 1950s has introduced what it says is the first use of AI to optimize auditory assistance for the hearing impaired in real time.

If you’re failing to keep social distance, wear a mask and wear it properly, a red X lights up as a reminder. If you’re doing things right, it’s a green check mark affirming your compliance.

The European Union is allocating many millions of euros to a “hospital of the future” project that’s led from the U.K. and piloting numerous tech-based hospital enhancements in six European cities.

Early this month CMS agreed to reimburse hospitals for using the first AI software to qualify for Medicare’s NTAP mechanism. Healthcare AI watchers have been unpacking the intricacies of the development ever since.