A clinical trial solution has been unveiled by DNAnexus that facilitates the integration of genomics data sourced from next-generation sequencing (NGS) into clinical studies. A cloud-based genomic data collection platform is offered by DNAnexus.
A broader law defining at greater lengths the terms telemedicine and telehealth has been signed by Jeff Coyler, Kansas Governor. Apart from setting guidelines for coverage parity, the law has stipulated a ban on abortions by telemedicine. The law also includes a mandatory rule stating that if a judge dismisses that particular clause, the whole law stands nullified.
Mountain View, California startup - Qventus a healthcare management tech platform which uses artificial intelligence to improve hospital workflow, closed at $30 million in series B funding which will be used to expand its platform. The funding was led by Bessemer Venture Partners along with few other participants. Including this latest funding, Qventus bagged total $43 million.
The mRhythm Study, an initiative of Cardiogram, the startup involved in providing a workable roadmap to the heart rate data of Apple Watch, has shown that atrial fibrillations can be detected with 97 percent accuracy through algorithms.
The team is focusing to make Alex, the voice assistant, more convenient and useful in the health-care sector, which requires regulations and data privacy set by the HIPAA – Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. The experts are aiming to work on diabetes management, assistance for mother, infants and the elderly.
A technology that can change the way women check their baby’s health is in the final stages of development. PulseNmore LTD, an Israeli startup is developing a handheld ultrasound device that can be connected to any smartphone for monitoring the growth of a fetus.
The questionnaire raised queries on the basis of key parameters like empathy for healthcare providers, quality content and motivation for patients. However, qualities like credible scientific content and values not related to promotional activities emerged as strong criterion for building trust.
San Francisco-based appointment booking application Solv Health announced that it has raised $16.8 million in Series B funding from Greylock Partners, along with Benchmark and Aspect Ventures. The company also unveiled its new Solv Pay feature, which helps to make payment quicker and easier for its users.
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