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Digital health research from Brian Dolan.

Welcome to E&O.

Last week I published The Virgin Pulse Report. Thanks to everyone who sent in feedback. Here's what's happening this week:

  • I am working my way through some long write-ups of the DTx East event, which took place virtually in September. The first of a few quasi-transcripts of discussions at the event is below. I'll aim to do a few more for next week's edition.
  • In the past few weeks, Pear Therapeutics had a few customer announcements. One marked a new type of agreement for the company: The Hartford agreed to offer its employees Pear's reSET and reSET-O prescription digital therapeutics as covered benefits. PreferredOne, a health plan in Minnesota with 364,000 members also added the PDTs to its covered benefits.
  • Cognoa completed its 425-patient pivotal study for the company's "digital autism

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