EarlySense

By Jonah Comstock August 30, 2017
Outcome Health, which equips providers with screens displaying educational content, has added its first chief engineering officer to its ranks. Nandini Ramani, who most recently served as VP of Engineering at Twitter, will assume the post. "Healthcare is an industry close to my heart and Outcome Health's impact on society is tangible and meaningful," Ramani said in a statement. "In addition to...
By Jeff Lagasse August 29, 2017
EarlySense is known for contact-free, continuous health monitoring solutions, and its latest offering is a mouthful: the EarlySense Live Family Health Monitoring Kit with SmartShare. It’s a complex title with a simple premise -- it provides caregivers, such as parents of young children or adults caring for the elderly, with a platform to track and manage a dependent’s health. And this can be done...
By Jonah Comstock May 23, 2017
What’s that on Tim’s wrist? Apple CEO Tim Cook has been wearing – and talking about – a prototype wristworn glucometer, according to a report in CNBC. Cook spoke to some students at the University of Glasgow about the device, but the company hasn’t shared any details. A rumor surfaced last month that Apple is working on a wrist sensor for blood glucose, which would be something of a gamechanger...
By Heather Mack May 16, 2017
Healthcare network platform provider WEGO Health, which connects patient leaders with healthcare professionals and organizations, has teamed up with clinical trial recruitment platform CureClick. The partnership will seek to extend the reach of CureClick’s crowd-sharing platform by connecting it with Wego’s network of patient leaders across almost all health conditions. Additionally, Wego Health’...
By Jonah Comstock May 15, 2017
Ramat Gan, Israel-based EarlySense has scored a major partnership that will accelerate it into the Chinese market. EarlySense, which makes a passive and contactless bedside monitor that continuously measures respiration rate, heart rate, and motion, is partnering with Shenzhen Lachesis Mhealth, a leading Chinese smart healthcare company.  “We are pleased to collaborate with Lachesis to bring our...
By Jonah Comstock January 12, 2017
Two digital health companies focused on sleep published data this week that highlighted the efficacy of their respective platforms, bringing continued attention to the space after a CES week where sleep was a major focus. A whitepaper by Pricewaterhouse Cooper showed that ResMed’s myAir improved CPAP adherence while a paper in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that EarlySense’s new...
By Heather Mack January 4, 2017
It’s been a busy week for Fitbit. The San Francisco-based wearable company announced four different partnerships, three of which are integrations with the Works with Fitbit ecosystem. Habit, the Campbell’s Soup-backed personalized nutrition startup that uses data from genetic tests and individual’s health and fitness goals to create tailored diet and exercise plans, will now incorporate Fitbit...
By Jonah Comstock January 3, 2017
American Well and EarlySense have partnered to make telemedicine visits available to users of EarlySense's bed-based sleep sensor. The service is related to EarlySense Live, the long-awaited home use version of the the Ramat Gan, Israel-based device maker's signature product. "One of the key attributes of a superior telehealth experience is how informed the physician is about the patient in front...
By Jonah Comstock September 27, 2016
EarlySense launched its EarlySense InSight platform today, a new version of its bed sensor which eliminates the monitor, allowing the platform to be used more easily outside the hospital, in nursing homes and longterm care facilities. Yet another version of the product, for the home, is under development and is slated to launch next year. "The idea is we developed this contactless continuous...
By Jonah Comstock June 1, 2016
Ramat Gan, Israel-based EarlySense, which makes a passive and contactless bedside monitor that continuously measures respiration rate, heart rate, and motion, has raised $25 million in new funding in a round led by Bank Hapoalim, Israel’s largest bank. Pitango Venture Capital, JK&B Capital, and other previous investors also contributed to the round. “We are experiencing exponential growth in...