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Category: Catalyst @ Health 2.0

  • The Catalyst @ Health 2.0/Wipfli State of Digital Health Survey

    By MATTHEW HOLT & ELIZABETH BROWN Last year was a remarkable time for digital health. Obviously it was pretty unusual and tragic for the world in general as the COVID-19 pandemic continued to wreak havoc. We mourn those lost, and we praise our front line health workers and scientists. But for digital health companies, in […]

  • The “Health Tech Responds to COVID-19” Showcase Webinar!

    By ELIZABETH BROWN Catalyst @ Health 2.0 is excited to be hosting the Health Tech Responds to COVID-19 Showcase Webinar, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation! A little under a year ago, Catalyst, with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, launched the “Health Tech Responds to COVID-19” platform to maximize the health […]

  • RWJF Emergency Response Challenge Results!

    by MATTHEW HOLT Yesterday Catalyst @ Health 2.0 hosted the finals of the RWJF Emergency Response Challenges, one for tools for the General Public and the other for the Health System. It was a great session, sadly virtual and not at a conference with cocktails afterwards. But the promise of the tools that have been […]

  • Catalyst @ Health 2.0 Launches Rapid Response Open Call with Grapevine Health

    SPONSORED POST By CATALYST @ HEALTH 2.0 Attention digital health innovators! Do you have innovative text message-based health tech solutions that can disseminate health-focused video content? Apply to the Grapevine Health Rapid Response Open Call!  As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the importance of health literacy and communication is more apparent than ever. Catalyst @ Health […]

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Innovation Challenges Blog Post Announcing Semi-Finalists

    SPONSORED POST By CATALYST @ HEALTH 2.0 The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has underscored the need for efficient and innovative emergency response. Major health organizations, such as the American Hospital Association, have provided resources that can be utilized for organizational preparedness, caring for patients, and enabling the workforce during the pandemic. As COVID-19 brought to light […]