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Q&A: NeuroFlow and Genomind Team Up to Advance Mental Health Care

Genomind, a King of Prussia-based mental health company, and NeuroFlow, a Philadelphia-based health care analytics and technology company, recently announced an agreement to partner their […]

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NextUp: The Local Company Using Data Analytics to Save Premature Babies

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email qmuse@phillymag.com […]

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How Data Analytics Has Curbed the Prescription of Opioids in Philly

Though the opioid epidemic is not nearly as bad as it was in 2017 when the misuse of prescription painkillers resulted in more than 5,000 […]


Report: How Philly Tech Salaries Stack Up

It’s obvious by now that tech professionals are among the highest-paid workers today – but who’s cashing in the biggest paychecks? 


Comcast CEO Defends Data Caps

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts defended the company’s use of data overage charges while speaking at the Business Insider conference this week in New York. Comcast is rolling […]


Comcast Introduces Data Caps, New Fees for Internet Usage

Flat home internet fees from Comcast could soon be a thing of the past — and people who use a lot of data should consider […]


Top Emojis in Philly … and More Stuff I Learned at Data Jawn

“Big Data” seems to be the buzzword of today’s business world. With so much information available, are companies analyzing the right data? Are they asking the right questions? How […]


The Brief: These Are the Most Ticketed Blocks in All of Philadelphia

1. Never hope for a parking grace period on the 500 block of S. 2nd Street. The gist: Inquirer/Daily News data analysts Dylan Purcell and […]


Is Bad Data Costing Philly Millions?

When governments collect bad data, it isn’t just a headache for bureaucrats and taxpayers. It can also cost states and cities millions of dollars. Take California, where […]


Is It a Crime Wave?

Violent crime is a staple of urban news coverage. It never really goes away, particularly on local television news. But public focus on and news […]


Main Line Tech Company To Sell For $105M

In the tech world, making sense of big data can translate into big dollars. That’s certainly true for ColdLight, which today signed a definitive agreement to […]


Groundbreaking New Political Data Site Launches in Philly

There’s a brand-new player in the mayor’s race. It could be a gamechanger — not for any candidate in particular, but for all the political nerds who […]

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How Pennsylvania’s Running Habits Stack Up Against the Rest of the Country’s

Runner’s World and RunKeeper teamed up for some Fun With Numbers recently, generating a national ranking based on running habits and trends in different states. […]


City Pays $1.4 Million for Posting Gun Permit Appeal Data Online

Two years ago, the city posted a list of Philadelphia citizens who had been denied a gun permit in the state. It eventually took the […]