Sweden-based Telehealth startup Kry has raised $66 million series B funding round led by Index Ventures, with participation from existing investors Creandum, Accel, and Project A. Just a year ago the company raised its venture capital funding of $22.8 Million
Providing an advanced technological paradigm to patient monitoring practices, a telemedicine platform has been launched in Australia. The remote intensive care partnership will enable doctors and nurses at the Royal Perth Hospital on the western coast of Australia to explore telemedicine technology to assess patient health in US hospitals that form part of the hub-and-spoke telehealth network of Emory.
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.
Silvia Pfeiffer started Coviu with CSIRO colleague Nathan Oehlman in 2015, and it is now in use by 1100 healthcare professionals, with 160 of them paid subscribers to the software-as-a-service platform at $20 a month. More than 20,000 patients have been remotely consulted to date via the platform, which is browser-based and does not require a download.
Folks in need of physical therapy services may not have to leave the house for treatment. Therainc has just launched its latest product, TheraNow, an online platform that connects patients to physical therapists through teletherapy.
Digital health broke out in 2017. We saw more investment than ever before: Over $4.7 billion flowed into a record number of companies. While these record-breaking investments underscore the enthusiasm for new digital health solutions, another revolution was quietly happening just outside the spotlight.
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