N.J. moves to regulate growing telemedicine industry
TRENTON -- An Assembly panel Monday voted to regulate the burgeoning tele-medicine industry in New Jersey that supporters say will enable medically fragile people to remain home rather than having to travel for appointments, and save money by cutting back on unnecessary emergency room visits. Doctors and some hospitals, such as the Virtua Health ...
Innovators Showcased Their New Products at Propelify
Propelify's second annual “Innovation Festival” was held on May 18 in Hoboken, in the park by the Hudson River waterfront. Many anxiously awaited this event, which was attended by thousands. This year, Propelify was a bit of a family event, with a Ferris wheel, juggler—courtesy of Jet.com—and parents who brought their children to experience innovation firsthand and learn about entrepreneurship and business skills. Innovators and their inventions were everywhere. In fact, there was a wide diversity of new products that almost defies categorization.
Students Representing NJ Colleges Pitch Business Ideas at UPitch
Princeton University hosted the second annual UPitch competition this April, featuring presentations from student teams representing 13 New Jersey colleges and universities. Tech solutions were heavily represented, and NJTechWeekly.com has highlighted all of the teams below.
NJ’s Innovation Ecosystem Taking Shape
In today’s business world, anyone with a car can be a taxi-cab company, anyone with a house can be a hotel, and we all can walk around with desktop computers in our pockets.
At CourtHack 2017, Hackers Present Solutions For Real-World Justice System Problems
The second annual CourtHack took place in New Brunswick on April 22-23, supported by the National Center for State Courts (Williamsburg, Va.) and HackerNest (Toronto, Canada). The hackathon, which is held in a different state each year, was dedicated to “improving access to justice for all Americans.”