remote diagnosis

By Dave Muoio December 6, 2017
As the cost of medical treatment continues to increase, many startups are exploring how they can deliver comparable care at a fraction of the price. Among these is Rexuti, a software-based online platform that promises to lessen the burden on traditional healthcare systems by cheaply diagnosing common ailments through algorithms, questionnaires, and remote practitioners. “In some ways what we’re...
By Aditi Pai March 31, 2015
San Francisco-based direct-to-consumer remote dermatology care service Spruce has raised $15 million from Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, Google Ventures, Baseline Ventures, and Cowboy Ventures. This brings the company's total funding to $17 million to date. Spruce offers consumers an app that helps them get treatment for some skin problems without having to interact with a physician in-...
By Brian Dolan July 12, 2012
Physicians at the University of Michigan Health System launched an app for patients at-risk for skin cancer to use at home to self-exam their moles and other skin lesions over time. The free app, called UMSkinCheck, is just the latest in skin cancer tracking and near-diagnostic apps to hit Apple's AppStore in the past year. UMSkinCheck is available for iPhone and iPad users. Unlike many other...