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Symcat launched a new app to help patients plan visits to the doctor, research conditions, and check for harmful drug interactions. The app also displays cost and quality metrics, allowing users to compare options.
Brighter closed $15 million in Series C funding to geographically expand their network of dentists. The Series C financing was led by Tenaya Capital and included existing investors Mayfield Fund and Benchmark.
Cigna and Samsung signed a multi-year agreement to co-develop health and wellness related features built into Samsung’s S Health. Initial development is focused on delivering health tips and articles through the Samsung S Health App, with an ultimate goal of connecting individuals with caregivers, doctors and hospitals.
HealthTap debuted its newest product: a paid, voice-activated app called Talk to Docs. The app, available on Android or iOS phones for $0.99, leverages archived answers from HealthTap’s free Q&A platform.
Chicago based Rush Health, a clinically integrated network of physicians and hospitals, partnered with eClinicalWorks, a provider of ambulatory health care IT solutions, to deploy eClinicalWorks comprehensive electronic health records solution for its more than 300 affiliated private physician members.
San Diego Regional Health Information Exchange, a federally funded health information exchange, is now San Diego Health Connect, a community-supported not-for-profit organization. Scripps Health and Sharp HealthCare, along with other health care providers participants, will fund the exchange.
WellTok, a social health engagement company, acquired IncentOne, a provider of incentive solutions, to create a Health Optimization Platform for population health management. It will match consumers to activities designed to improve their health and provide rewards for positive behaviors.