News & Updates
The Personal Connected Health Alliance, an international non-profit organization to represent the consumer voice in personal connected health, formally launched today. Its objective is to ensure that health technologies like smartphones, mobile apps, sensors and personal health tracking devices, are user-friendly, secure, and can easily collect, display, and relay personal health data.
ZirMed, a health information connectivity and management solutions company, debuted a HIPAA-compliant secure messaging feature for Clinical Link, the company’s cloud-based communications platform. This enhancement will allow ZirMed users to exchange messages and clinical documents with any provider organization in the U.S., regardless of an organization’s EHR or practice management system.
HomecareCRM, a provider of customer growth solutions for the post-acute care industry, and VITAS Innovative Hospice Care, a provider of end-of-life care, partnered to deploy the HomecareCRM solution across the board at VITAS.
eClinical Insights, a provider of cloud-based clinical trial intelligence software, will employ Logi Analytics‘ Logi Info into its core applications, to deliver comprehensive business intelligence capabilities, simplified reporting, and rich visualizations for researchers, and a lightweight implementation for developers.
Loopback Analytics, a care transitions management platform provider, partnered with Partners in Care, a non-profit organization, to employ Loopback’s cloud-based platform for improved patient outcomes. The platform integrates data across systems to identify at-risk patient populations, and match them with appropriate interventions.
Owlet, a smart baby bootie that measures your child’s heart rate, raised $1.85 million from multiple firms including ff Venture Capital and Eniac Ventures. The company also completed the RGA Connected Devices Accelerator through Tech Stars.
UMass Memorial Health Care partnered with Minneapolis-based Lumināt, which develops care planning tools, to create a platform that will integrate patients’ end-of-life directives into their electronic health records.
Instructional video fitness app maker Fitnet raised $1.4 million from Valleys’ Ventures and CIT Gap Funds for its fitness app, Fitnet. Before this funding round, Fitnet was awarded a $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.