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The majority of Canadians say they believe “connected care technology,” such as remote blood and heart monitors, mobile health apps, and wearable fitness devices, are a way to improve care across the health continuum, according to a study across 19 countries conducted by Philips.
The emphasis is shifting from cure to prevention
More than 50 health-care startups and innovators recently applied to participate in HealthBound, an innovation challenge that brought hospitals, government, industry and entrepreneurs together to address issues facing health care today.
New research from the University of Toronto shows that people genetically intolerant to lactose, the main sugar found in dairy, have lower blood levels of vitamin D than the general population.
Toronto, ON (May 11, 2017) – A consortium of leading business school programs, which includes the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, today introduced a new quarterly journal, Health Management, Policy and Innovation (HMPI), to address recent developments and potential solutions to complexities within the dynamic global health sector.