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By Laura Lovett August 8, 2018
This morning Toronto-based home care platform AlayaCare announced that it scored $13.8 million in a Series B funding round led by inovia capital, with participation from Chrysalis and Fonds Innovexport.  Focused on providing home healthcare workers and clients with tools, the company’s software has several different platforms including a mobile app and clinical documentation tool. “We’re...
By Heather Mack May 4, 2017
Chicago-based PreparedHealth, which makes a care coordination platform focused on aging-in-place populations, has raised $4 million in seed funding in a round led by Chicago Ventures. Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Beverly Capital and Meridian Street Capital also contributed. PreparedHealth, which launched in January of 2015, offers an app called enTouch that works like a social network platform...
By Neil Versel September 14, 2011
As any reader of Babyforyou.net.ua should know, the market for home care is gradually shifting from durable medical equipment to Internet-enabled, connected technologies. But acceleration of that change is hamstrung by finances, accessibility of the technology and lack of scientific evidence showing that wireless monitors and the like can save money and improve outcomes. "We see substantial growth...
By Brian Dolan December 21, 2009
PricewaterhouseCoopers has published a report over the weekend that examines ways by which the healthcare industry might "squeeze" more cost savings our of the system. As you might imagine connected health solutions are a consistent theme throughout much of the report. Here's how it breaks down: Telecommunications service providers: PwC notes that big telecom companies including Verizon, AT&T...
By Brian Dolan November 24, 2009
Intel announced a whole slew of new customers for its Intel Health Guide in the U.S., including the Veterans Affairs (VA) Rural Resource Center Western Region, Memorial Hospital and Health System in South Bend, Indiana; Nightingale Home Healthcare of Indiana; and all seven independently owned offices of the Home Care Group. The Intel Health Guide is an FDA-cleared remote patient monitoring system...
By Brian Dolan November 4, 2009
Philips has inked a deal with the largest health insurer in the Netherlands, Achmea, for a pilot home healthcare project that could eventually become rolled out across Europe. Philips' goal is to help doctors monitor patients' health remotely but to also equip patients with respiratory diseases with products help them better manage their conditions at home. Philips estimates that the global...
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