New sponsor OCA Ventures along with existing financiers have granted $1 million in Series A funding to PatientWisdom, a digital health corporation working on real-world data compilation tools. The company’s total funding is now worth $3.45 million.
Wal-Mart had decided to leave the partnership with Castlight Health at the end of its current contract instead of transferring over to Castlight Complete, the company's new platform which was designed to bring the care navigation tools out to customers.
$7.6 million has been granted to SkinVision, an Amsterdam-based skin cancer screening app, as backing from active investors Leo Pharma and PHS Fund, with supplementary aid from unnamed new sponsors which the company called "high net worth impact investors."
Healthy.io, of Israel, gains FDA 510(k) approval for Dip.io, it's domestic urinalysis kit that transforms a smartphone into a clinical-standard diagnostic machine. It is the first and only smartphone-based urine analysis to be cleared as a Class 2 device.
In a recent launch, Novartis’ Galaxies of Hope neuroendocrine tumor app received an additional bump from Apple. The “Featured App” status in the first week itself helped in receiving positive reviews and downloads for the community-building app.
Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca and integrated health services provider Geisinger are partnering to create an app suite, which by connecting to electronic health records (EHR) aims to upgrade asthma care.
K, a new free primary care app was launched by the individualized health information company, K Health. The app’s AI scours through the history of diagnoses and treatments to provide the user with the most likely treatment of their condition and can simultaneously connect them to a network of primary health care providers.
A digital era in the medical field has arisen where one could find the increased utilization of health apps. But a recent analysis by a research team from the University of Sydney in Australia claims that these apps might lead to insignificant diagnosis and wrong information about the illness.
In a bid to better handle the prescription and workflow processes of a practice, the orthopedic surgeons at Affiliated Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons of Maryland have come up with a fresh mobile medication management application which allows each doctor to write about 30 prescriptions per day for controlled substances, including opioids for pain management.
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