AstraZeneca backs app to help people recover from heart attacks

AstraZeneca ($AZN) has stepped up its digital health activities. The initiative sees the Big Pharma team up with Vida Health to push an app that helps people recover from heart attacks by guiding them through the weeks and months after the event, Fortune reports. AstraZeneca is covering the cost of a pilot program, in which patients will receive the unbranded app to see if its digital coaches and educational materials improve their health outcomes. Article

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