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Tim Batchelder is a leader on information strategies in regulated industries including life sciences, biotechnology and healthcare. He has successfully proposed and launched a number of information, content and knowledge management teams and capabilities at both large global companies and smaller startups.  Tim combines the liberal arts and technology to enable organizations to uncover, integrate and apply their untapped knowledge assets, customer insights, data and intelligence.

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Kinsa’s crowdsourced smart thermometer data now rivals the CDC at tracking flu trends | MobiHealthNews

Kinsa is one of the leading digital health companies in the smart thermometer space, but the company’s mission has never been to sell thermometers. Instead, Kinsa has always seen itself as a big data company. With the recent public launch of Kinsa Insights, that aspect of the company is taking center stage. Source: Kinsa’s crowdsourced … Continue reading Kinsa’s crowdsourced smart thermometer data now rivals the CDC at tracking flu trends | MobiHealthNews

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Kinsa launches QuickCare wireless thermometer, after wide deployment of low cost models for crowd sourced data collection 

Smart thermometer and connected health company Kinsa has launched a new wireless version of its device, called Kinsa QuickCare, after securing FDA clearance last month. “Partly, this is our response to the fact that the headphone jack is gone,” Kinsa CEO Inder Singh told MobiHealthNews. “The first version of our stick was corded and connected … Continue reading Kinsa launches QuickCare wireless thermometer, after wide deployment of low cost models for crowd sourced data collection 

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This company will tell you which vitamins and supplements to take based on your DNA 

Nutrigene believes your genes may hold the secret to what you might be missing in your diet. The company will send you tailor-made liquid vitamin supplements based on a lifestyle quiz and your DNA. Source: This company will tell you which vitamins and supplements to take based on your DNA | TechCrunch

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Algorithm identifies people with diabetes in Apple Watch heart data | FierceBiotech

The algorithm provides a strong model for identifying people with diabetes but has yet to prove itself against the tougher task of spotting undiagnosed patients. Source: Algorithm identifies people with diabetes in Apple Watch heart data | FierceBiotech

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