DermLink impresses with a framework for delivering mobile telemedicine without neglecting patients, general practitioners and clinical specialists.
Tag: Silicon Valley
Silicon Valley health IT startup Castlight Health (@castlighthealth) announced it has closed a $100 million Series D round, bringing their total capital raised to $181 million, leaving it poised for acquisitions or an IPO. Castlight has been pioneering the use of price transparency and comparison tools in health care, offering a B2B service that enables […]
Misfit Wearables announces $7.6M in Series A from Founders Fund and Khosla, tells inspiring story, but nothing yet on a product or service.
Ryan Panchadsaram, co-founder of Pipette, outlines his vision for empowering patients and clinicians to take control of the recovery process.
Patrick Soon-Shiong’s new company NantWorks has launched its own digital incubator called NantAccelerator, seeks applicants for inaugural class.
Digital medicine needs to create regional innovation systems to attract the top young talent away from Silicon Valley, the Mecca of consumer technology.
Among the many exciting stories coming out of Health Innovation Week in Silicon Valley was the announcements of the winners of Morgenthaler Venture’s DCtoVC pitch contest and the Body Slam competition at USC’s Body Computing Lab.
Another day, another deal struck by Patrick Soon-Shiong’s NantWorks hybrid incubator, sending the mHealth visionary well on his way to transforming Los Angeles into a so-called “Silicon Beach…building the world the way da Vinci saw it”.
WiMM Labs develops Android-based wearable computers complete with micro apps — potential for mHealth capabilities.