1. Articles in category: Health IT

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    1. RxRevu helps consumers save money and make more informed choices on prescription drugs

      RxRevu helps consumers save money and make more informed choices on prescription drugs

      DENVER -– Everyone who takes medications can relate to the high cost of prescription drugs. Drugs are prescribed every day with impossible-to-pronounce names and ingredients that can boggle the mind of the average consumer. But now there's a Denver-based company that offers an online platform designed to help consumers navigate the prescription drug minefield so they can get the medicine they need at a more affordable price.

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    2. Visual Health Solutions introduces mobile app that displays weight loss on face of app user

      Visual Health Solutions introduces mobile app that displays weight loss on face of app user

      FORT COLLINS -- Visual Health Solutions Inc. announced the introduction of the "Visualize You – Weight Change Viewer" mobile app that uses a photo to display the effects of weight loss on a user's facial appearance in unprecedented detail. Unlike conventional photo manipulations that only stretch of pinch images, Visual Health said the new app generates "a stunningly accurate facial image that reflects actual weight change dynamics aligned with an individual's target weight loss goal.

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    3. Stride health care campus now under construction in Denver

      Stride health care campus now under construction in Denver

      A health-care technology campus called Stride in Denver's Cole neighborhood is now under construction, with the opening of the project's first phase planned in spring 2016. Stride will be located in a former warehouse building near the intersection of Brighton Boulevard and 38th Avenue. The building is being renovated now, said Jason Winkler of Wink Inc., the developer of Stride. The campus will serve as a hub for health-care technology companies in the same format as Industry and Battery 621,…

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    4. Denver's iTriage asks you to take the quiz, test your health knowledge

      Denver's iTriage asks you to take the quiz, test your health knowledge

      Denver innovator iTriage on Tuesday launched a website aimed at improving the low health literacy of Americans. "Health literacy," as defined by the 7-year-old health care technology company, is the degree to which people can acquire and comprehend the basic information they need to make good decisions regarding their health.

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    5. Entrepreneurs start 10-day race to solve 10 big health problems

      Entrepreneurs start 10-day race to solve 10 big health problems

      In this age of technology, it's mind-boggling to think that as many as one in five patients are misidentified at hospitals nationwide. Or that antibiotic-resistent infections — many attributed to doctors not washing their hands — cause 23,000 deaths a year.

      These were among 10 critical health issues presented Monday to an audience of about 275 people, including 10 strategically-picked CEOs and entrepreneurs who must now decide whether they can create a viable company in 10 days.

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    6. Denver a top 10 city for IT job growth

      Denver a top 10 city for IT job growth

      Denver is ranked among 10 "hot cities for IT pros in 2015" by InformationWeek. The business-technology news outlet used data for the year ending in January from tech jobs site Dice.com to compare markets with at least 500 information-technology job listings. "Recruiters at both Eliassen and Mondo picked Denver among their hottest IT hiring markets so far in 2015," the report says.

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    7. 10 entrepreneurs, 10 health care problems, 10 days to find solutions

      10 entrepreneurs, 10 health care problems, 10 days to find solutions

      For 10 years or so, early-career entrepreneurs have come together at events like startup camps and small-business incubator meetings to try to get a venture off the ground. But Tom Higley — who has started six companies and worked as CEO of two others over the past 20 years — muses that no efforts have been made to bring together proven entrepreneurs to find market-based solutions to societal problems. As of Tuesday, however, Higley is taking on that effort himself.

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    8. Aventura Adds $14M to Help Doctors Navigate Electronic Records

      Aventura Adds $14M to Help Doctors Navigate Electronic Records

      Whether or not doctors, nurses, or patients like it, electronic health records are here to stay, and computers are becoming ubiquitous in exam rooms. While the healthcare world adjusts, some software companies are taking the next step—making applications that improve the performance and usability of the first wave of digital systems.

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    9. Is your doctor's office the most dangerous place for data?

      Is your doctor's office the most dangerous place for data?

      Everyone worries about stolen credit cards or hacked bank accounts, but just visiting the doctor may put you at greater risk for identity fraud.

      Those medical forms you give the receptionist and send to your health insurer provide fertile ground for criminals looking to steal your identity, since health care businesses can lag far behind banks and credit card companies in protecting sensitive information.

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    10. Three Colorado Startups Get Chance to Make Pitch at Google Demo Day

      Three Colorado Startups Get Chance to Make Pitch at Google Demo Day

      Three Colorado startups are making plans for a possible trip to Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, CA, where they could meet Google personnel and make their pitches before Silicon Valley investors and a worldwide audience watching online.

      The three startups—Conspire, Native, and RxRevu—beat out 13 other startups last week for the chance to present at this year’s Google Demo Day. The main event is scheduled for April 2

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    11. Colorado health exchange snafus trip up thousands as cost overruns mount

      Colorado health exchange snafus trip up thousands as cost overruns mount

      A multi-million-dollar IT system that Colorado officials promised would make signing up for health coverage simple has instead snagged thousands of customers and now will cost several hundred thousand dollars — if not millions — to fix.

      Managers at Colorado's health exchange, Connect for Health Colorado, plan to ask their board members on Monday to approve an emergency infusion of $322,000 for the next month to try to help customers get coverage by the Feb. 15 deadline. No warranty covers the…

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