Simplee, a Palo Alto-based medical billing management and payment portal that could be equated to the Mint.com for health care, has raised $6 million in Series A funding led by The Social+Capital Partnership and includes prior investors Greylock Partners Israel. Simplee has managed nearly half a billion dollars in medical expenses for members across thousands […]
Finalists in the Sanofi-Aventis sponsored DataDesignDiabetes Challenge present their products during the competition’s demo day at Blueprint Health.
Walking out of your patients room, you pull out your smartphone to dictate a quick progress note. You note that your patient, hospitalized for a hip fracture, is complaining of bilateral leg swelling and orthopnea. Once you complete your dictation, you are immediately presented with the transcribed text. In addition, you see two flags. The […]
KP recently announced the launch of its iOS health management app, available free of charge in the Apple iTunes store.
The New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA) held their coming out party on May 10th in NYC, hosting a packed house at TimesCenter, not to mention hundreds of interested onlookers via live streaming video. I had the opportunity to interview David Whitlinger, Director of the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC), about the program’s origin and […]
Meditoons, a new app by Pearlswan Communications, features short and simple animations to help explain gastrointestinal diseases such as gallstones, appendicitis, and hemorrhoids
Ryan Luce presents Corengi’s solution for better engaging patients in clinical trials at Healthbox investor day.
Rogers Communications, a Canadian digital cable, high speed internet, and home/mobile phone service provider, recently announced it is forming an alliance with Exmovere Holdings Inc. This U.S. based company is a biomedical engineering company focused on government and consumer applications for healthcare, security and mobility. The mission of Exmovere Holdings is to develop systems and technologies that […]
EveryMove raises $2.6 million from Sandbox Industries to build a “mileage plan for health benefits” using passive data collection from smartphone apps.
This is the archive of the third #mHealth Tweet Chat that took place on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 9pm EST/8pm CST. We discussed how mobile technology has impacted physician communications, patient privacy issues, and physicians on social media.
HouseOfficer offers and exciting insight into the future of medicine and patient management. It simplifies patient management and helps order jobs effectively thus reducing risk of errors and thereby improving patient safety. A great app which is sure to improve with future updates
The most recent smartphone attachment developed by Ozcan’s lab is a digital “universal” reader for all rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs), such as home pregnancy tests, even drug and STD tests, which require no translation of the results