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By Aditi Pai January 7, 2015
By The MobiHealthNews Team Digital health and fitness devices were, yet again, a dominant topic at CES 2015. Companies showed off a number of activity trackers, sleep devices, an oral health tracker, connected weight scales, and a few adhesive temperature devices. This year, while quite a few companies unveiled new digital health offerings, others demo'd products that built on existing devices....
By Brian Dolan May 21, 2014
San Diego-based Independa, which has developed a telehealth platform for seniors, has raised about $2.8 million in its second round of funding, according an SEC filing. The company announced part of the round last October when it had raised $1.85 million of the round, which it said was led by longtime backer City Hill Ventures. Previous investors in the company include LG Electronics USA, which...
By Neil Versel January 14, 2013
Independa, the San Diego-based developer of telehealth products for senior care and aging in place, has made its flagship Integrated CloudCare suite commercially available on LG televisions and its Angela social engagement platform on Samsung touch-screen tablets. Additionally, Independa also will be looking for resellers of its products, the company announced at last week's Digital Health Summit...
By Neil Versel January 4, 2013
Independa, a developer of telehealth products for senior care and aging in place, has closed its Series A funding at $5 million after landing $1.65 million in new investments from, among others, existing partner LG Electronics USA and earlier financier City Hill Ventures. Last October Independa announced $1 million in funding and in April 2012 it disclosed a $2.35 million raise, which along with...
By Brian Dolan October 22, 2012
San Diego-based senior care platform developer Independa has raised $1 million of a hoped for $4.3 million round in an effort to bankroll the deployment of its Angela software on LG Electronics' Pro:Centric-enabled commercial televisions. The Independa deal with LG was first announced at the CES event at the beginning of the year. According to report in Telecare Aware, the new funding comes from...
By Brian Dolan August 21, 2012
Bethesda, Maryland-based Telcare, which offers an FDA cleared cellular-enabled glucose monitor and its cloud-based companion system, has scooped up $25.5 million in funding led by new backer Sequoia Capital with participation from its existing investor Qualcomm Life Fund. Telcare will use the funds to build out its marketing, sales, research and development. Telcare had previously raised about $4...
By Brian Dolan July 18, 2012
San Diego-based aging in place technology platform provider Independa has inked a deal with GreatCall, which offers the Jitterbug mobile phone service for seniors, to bring the company's 5Star Urgent Response mPERS offering to its Artemis wireless monitoring platform. Independa has previously announced health and activity-related sensors will be a part of the platform. 5Star will become a feature...
By Brian Dolan March 19, 2012
Senior care company Independa has inked a deal with Telcare to add its cellular-enabled glucose meter to its remote management services for older people. Telcare's meter received clearance from the FDA last August, making it the first meter with cellular embedded. The Telcare BGM device sends the glucose readings to the company's central server, which then sends it to Independa's cloud-based...
By Chris Gullo January 11, 2012
At CES this week Independa announced plans to bring its health and social engagement platform, Angela, to senior communities through a pilot with LG Electronics' US-based R&D subsidiary, Zenith. The company also demonstrated a version of Angela that runs on iPhones and iPads -- up until now the software has been available from Independa on 10-inch and 22-inch tablets running Microsoft Windows...
By Brian Dolan July 6, 2011
Independa announced this week the launch of Angela, an integrated tablet and software offering for the independent elderly. The company plans to offer a 10-inch and a 22-inch tablet running the software. Chances are the tablets are running Android. Independa launched its first services in January at CES: Independa “Smart Reminders," which is a Web-based platform that includes smart calendaring,...