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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has unveiled new machine-learning tools reflecting—and beginning to tackle—some of the greatest challenges facing modern medicine.
PillPack Now Owned By Amazon | Blog
In a move to once again place their stake a bit deeper into the healthcare landscape, Amazon recently announced the purchase of the successful online pharmacy, PillPack.
Yes, you read that right, Amazon the company that started out as an online bookstore is now building stores.
Everyone has been talking for months about Amazon’s big healthcare partnership, but earlier this month, the company made another bold foray into a new customer segment: Medicaid recipients.
Last week, many Amazon Prime members received more than their usual flow of order confirmations and shipping notifications, with the retail leviathan inviting some users to “Meet PillPack, a new member of the Amazon family.”
In recent weeks, Amazon and Arcadia Group announced the launch of a series of consumer-grade medical devices under their new brand Choice.
CNBC recently reported on a new Goldman Sach’s 30 page study on Amazon’s potential in the healthcare prescription drug market.
As voice-based commerce is on the rise – thanks to popular digital assistants like Amazon’s Alexa - brands can now leverage a new synthetic voice feature that adds an extra touch of personalization to the experience.
Earlier this month, WebMD announced that they were working with Amazon to more easily connect their vast library of physician-reviewed information on conditions, drugs, symptoms, and treatments to the growing number of people that are using Amazon’s Alexa service.
Amazon v. | Blog
As Amazon and Walmart’s endeavors in the healthcare space continue to advance, the choices the two giants make are aligned to their respective company cultures.
As Amazon positions themselves as (potential) healthcare players, several brick and mortar pharmacies shift with new partnerships and business models.
Applying a behavioral science perspective to consider new ways to engage HCPs and patients.
Oh the grocery store checkout line… where dreams go to die.
The recently announced collaboration between JP Morgan, Berkshire Hathaway, and Amazon has everyone in the healthcare industry talking.
While the term “micro-influencer” may still sound to you like some flippant, gen-Z farce, the side hustle cum way of life just scored serious validation.
Greg Sterling, Contributing Editor at Search Engine Land, recently reported on Amazon & Marriott’s new venture.
Amazon announced last week the unveiling of their new cashier-less store, Amazon Go.
When Amazon first bought the online pharmacy PillPack, in 2018, many began wondering about the precise nature of Amazon’s health care ambitions.
Before this year’s 16th annual eyeforpharma convention even officially began, Amazon was there, empowering pharma leaders by teaching them new ways from their approach to innovation.
Looking for Medical Help? | Blog
If for some reason you thought there wasn’t anything else Amazon could tap into, you’d be wrong.
To retail behemoths, the health care realm is growing irresistible.
Beginning with its acquisition of PillPack, Amazon’s grand entrance into healthcare continues with its partnership with J.P.
The hype around the Amazon Dash this week has already proclaimed its push-button ordering to be the height of modern convenience and the first big fiasco of the internet of things.
Can You Feel The Love? | Blog
And let’s not forget the dozens of cities that pulled out all the stops to woo Amazon in the company’s search for a new HQ.
Amazon Echo is making it easy for us.
The ultra-cost minded Warren Buffett has labeled healthcare costs as "a hungry tapeworm on the American economy,” and his Berkshire Hathaway is partnering with Amazon and JPMorganChase to create a new comp
If you’re at home and run out of Tide detergent, you can order it with the click of Amazon’s Dash button.
Your patient may also like… | Blog
You know it in your daily life as those mostly helpful, sometimes creepy recommendations from NetFlix or Amazon that tell you what you’re likely to watch or buy.
Orbita, a company that helps people create voice-driven experiences for technology like Amazon Alexa and Google Home, has teamed up with the clinical trial data firm ERT to start to uncover ways in which voice technology can play a role in clinical trials.
When I watched the Apple Keynote last week, it wasn’t the highly media-hyped Apple Watch, but the Apple Pay feature, that caught my attention.