Another smartphone gadget capable of performing diagnostic laboratory tests is headed for the marketplace, and only time will tell if it proves to be a threat to the in vitro diagnostics industry. Developers say that, when paired with a smartphone, this diagnostic device is similar to traditional medical laboratory technology 10 times its size.
[Philadelphia Business Journal] 7 health-tech startups to join new University City Science Center accelerator
Seven healthcare-technology startups have been named to the Digital Health Accelerator, a University City Science Center initiative. Companies in the first cohort include Biomeme, Fitly, UE LifeSciences, Life Patch, Curbside Care, Keosys and Pulse InfoFrame.