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Early Detection Is Better Than Cure with Mark Lewis

On Oct 2, 2020
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RT @openloophealth: Mark Lewis of Solos Health Analytics joins us on the MedStreet Journal #podcast to share insights on: 👉 The birth of Solos Health Analytics. 👉 The mission to revolutionize fever detection. 👉 What makes an anomaly? Full episode here: https://t.co/GBHTlv0wMd #Healthtech https://t.co/oPPDsHmtiL
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Mark Lewis is the founder and CEO of Solos Health Analytics. His team currently develops hardware and software health aid to help people…

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On Oct 2, 2020
@EvanKirstel shared
RT @openloophealth: Mark Lewis of Solos Health Analytics joins us on the MedStreet Journal #podcast to share insights on: 👉 The birth of Solos Health Analytics. 👉 The mission to revolutionize fever detection. 👉 What makes an anomaly? Full episode here: https://t.co/GBHTlv0wMd #Healthtech https://t.co/oPPDsHmtiL
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Early Detection Is Better Than Cure with Mark Lewis

Early Detection Is Better Than Cure with Mark Lewis

Mark Lewis is the founder and CEO of Solos Health Analytics. His team currently develops hardware and software health aid to help people…

Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest 2020 winner profile: Celsium

Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest 2020 winner profile: Celsium

The way clinicians monitor core body temperature hasn't changed much in 300 years, something Des Beattie and his team and Celsium knew needed to change.

As temperatures climb, there's a new federal push to keep workers safe

As temperatures climb, there's a new federal push to keep workers safe

With global temperatures rising, there's greater health risks for outdoor workers. Proposed legislation could protect them from heat-related illness.

Why Doctors Reject Tools That Make Their Jobs Easier

Why Doctors Reject Tools That Make Their Jobs Easier

From the thermometer’s invention onward, physicians have feared—incorrectly—that new technology would make their jobs obsolete

CDC’s Tracking Network in Action: Extreme Heat

CDC’s Tracking Network in Action: Extreme Heat

CDC’s Tracking Network data and tools show how extreme heat may affect you.

98.6 Degrees Is A Normal Body Temperature, Right? Not Quite

98.6 Degrees Is A Normal Body Temperature, Right? Not Quite

Fever is a more flexible concept than people assume, as new crowdsourced data helps show.

What Does Our Body Temperature Say About Our Health?

What Does Our Body Temperature Say About Our Health?

Humans seem to have cooled over the past 150 years. What does that mean for us now?

Surveillance Company Says It's Deploying 'Coronavirus-Detecting' Cameras in US

Surveillance Company Says It's Deploying 'Coronavirus-Detecting' Cameras in US

Athena Security previously sold a system that it claims can detect weapons in video feeds. Now it says it's applying a similar approach to spotting fevers.

As summer arrives, how will the most vulnerable escape deadly heat and COVID-19?

As summer arrives, how will the most vulnerable escape deadly heat and COVID-19?

A dangerous and uncharted trifecta of the pandemic, high unemployment, and extreme heat is looming, and cities are scrambling to make plans.

Temperature Check: Tips For Tracking A Key Symptom Of Coronavirus Contagion

Temperature Check: Tips For Tracking A Key Symptom Of Coronavirus Contagion

Taking one’s temperature is not as easy as it sounds. For one reporter, the first challenge was finding a thermometer.

Medications Can Raise Heat Stroke Risk. Are Doctors Prepared to Respond as the Planet Warms?

Medications Can Raise Heat Stroke Risk. Are Doctors Prepared to Respond as the Planet Warms?

As climate change brings dangerous heat waves, too little is being done to better warn patients or physicians of the growing risk, medical experts say.

Medications Can Raise Heat Stroke Risk. Are Doctors Prepared to Respond as Planet Warms?

Medications Can Raise Heat Stroke Risk. Are Doctors Prepared to Respond as Planet Warms?

As climate change brings dangerous heat waves, too little is being done to better warn patients or physicians of the growing risk, medical experts say.

Thermal imaging adoption poised to take off as COVID-19 persists

Thermal imaging adoption poised to take off as COVID-19 persists

Privacy and public health concerns around thermal imaging are headed toward a collision. What can we do to adjust to the realities of life in the 2020s? @Enterprisenxt

Exclusive: Humans placed in suspended animation for the first time

Exclusive: Humans placed in suspended animation for the first time

At least one person has been placed in a form of suspended animation during a trial that aims to help people survive traumatic injuries like a gunshot or stab wound

AI-Powered Real-Time Fever Detection Camera Assists in COVID-19 Screening

AI-Powered Real-Time Fever Detection Camera Assists in COVID-19 Screening

In the time of crisis, tech companies around the world are working aside with healthcare developing AI-enabled detection cameras for mass screening that provide status reports and real-time ...