News & Updates
Wearable device startup Quanttus raised $19 million in funding from Khosla Ventures and Matrix Partners. Quanttus is developing wearable vital sign monitoring technology that can capture and analyze more than half a million vital sign data points per day.
MediSafe, a mobile medication management platform, now integrates with Electronic Health Record (EHR) platforms to help health care institutions clearly report prescription information and regimens to patients through the MediSafe app. As the first external medication management solutions ready to integrate with all leading EHR platforms, MediSafe can be adopted by any provider to keep out-patients accountable for their medication adherence.
Voalte closed $36 million in Series C funding led by Bedford Funding. With its three-part Mobile Communication Strategy, Voalte provides the infrastructure that enables care teams to communicate inside and outside the hospital.
Oneview Healthcare was selected by UCSF Medical Center to implement an Interactive Patient Care Solution. The Oneview platform is accessible to both patients and providers across multiple devices (smartphone, tablet, TV) and includes education, engagement, communication, and workflow tools.
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield pledged to invest more than $ 1.3 million in four initiatives designed to expand the use of telemedicine to treat patients with behavioral health care needs in underserved urban and rural Maryland and Washington, D.C.
eHealth, Inc., a private online health insurance exchange for individuals and families, launched the eHealth Price Index, that tracks the average monthly cost of individual and family health insurance for plans based on applications submitted nationwide through eHealth on a daily basis.
GetWellNetwork, a provider of Interactive Patient Care solutions, launched GetWellNetwork Ambulatory, a SaaS based solution that integrates with EHRs, and other health IT systems, to provide personalized information, health care tools and Patient Pathways to help patients and their designated support team to understand and participate in their care.
Tampa based West Florida ACO selected eClinicalWorks Care Coordination Medical Record for its population health management objectives. The solution will be deployed across 60 practices, and give a complete view into patients’ records for achieving better care at an affordable cost.
Department of Health and Family Welfare, Odisha (India) launched mobile health services in collaboration with BBC Media Action, aiming to reduce Infant Mortality Rate and Mother Mortality Rate in the state. The services are Mobile Kunji and Mobile Academy, audio-based training courses for field health care workers.