The Stir Kinetic is like no desk you’ve ever seen before. It’s a $3,980 work surface that moves, senses your presence, learns your habits, comes equipped with a touchscreen controller, and even breathes, sort of.
Editor’s Pick Google has an even bigger vision for Helpouts, its face-to-face video consultation platform: To bring affordable health care to patients.
Guest Post Skip Fleshman is a partner at Asset Management Ventures
Employee wellness represents a $2.7 billion to $8.2 billion market opportunity as regulatory changes increase reimbursement rates for related programs. Startups have a big chance to use technology to improve worker health.
Businesses use Keas to create and manage their workplace health programs through socialization and game playing.
Fitness is good, but wellness is better. And to become one with the universe, you must first become one with your T-shirt.
Keas announced at Healthbeat today new content partnerships with My Healthy Dish and Noshtopia that will help employees make wiser nutritional choices and save employers money on health care costs.
Digital health incubator Rock Health released data today that shows an increase in funding for med-tech startups in the first quarter of 2013.
Guest Post The key is to identify where technology can hurt — then finding the right health and fitness tools online to help.
Keas announces updates to its enterprise wellness platform, a new CEO, and record growth in 2012.
MindBody provides marketing tools, scheduling, analytics, networking and point of sale services for health and wellness providers.
Launching today, FitKit prompts you to take a free lifestyle assessment quiz, and then doles out personalized guidance from nutritionists.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_mxSHG5ESk&w=560&h=315] Exercise good for your health (but boring), while video games are fun (but make you fat). A startup called BitGym is hoping to combine the best aspects of the two with a workout app for the iPhone and iPad that turns exercise equipment into video game machines.
Basis is making a health monitoring device that could make it more fun to get into good shape. That could be a tough sell to couch potatoes, but the company has announced it has a new chief executive to lead the charge: Jef Holove, who was previously CEO at wireless photo card maker Eye-Fi.