SeamlessMD

By Dave Muoio November 10, 2017
DocASAP’s online patient appointment scheduling is now among the services available to providers who use Greenway Health’s integrated EHR and patient management products. Through the Greenway Marketplace, DocASAP said that its product, which also includes optimized patient-provider matching, will now be easily available to as many as 19,000 new providers. “Being a Greenway partner allows us to...
By Dave Muoio November 7, 2017
Virtual dermatologists on call. Telemedicine provider MDLive has added dermatology consultations to its collection of virtual medical services. Through a deal with Iagnosis, customers who select the “dermatology” category within MDLive’s platform will be taken to partner site DermatologistOnCall, and then asked to provide a brief medical history and photos of their skin, nails, or hair. Users...
By Jonah Comstock May 31, 2017
Mayo Clinic announced a five-year research and development collaboration with medical products company Baxter International. Focusing initially on kidney disease, the stated goal of the project is to “advance new technologies and therapies that transform patient care” especially “in areas where breakthrough treatment options can be introduced and innovation can drive access to high-quality care...
By Jonah Comstock May 31, 2017
The Montreal Heart Institute (MHI), Canada’s largest cardiac center, is the latest hospital to use SeamlessMD’s mobile patient engagement and care management system. Notably it’s the first cardiac center in North America to use the technology.  Toronto-based SeamlessMD makes a suite of mobile products aimed at patients recovering from surgery. The platform helps patients and providers track a...
By Heather Mack November 30, 2016
Telemedicine provider American Well has teamed up with Israel-based medical device maker TytoCare to combine video telehealth visits with remote examinations. With the partnership, TytoCare’s examination platform will be integrated into American Well’s telehealth platform. In turn, TytoCare’s customers will have access to the network of healthcare providers who use American Well’s platform....
By Heather Mack October 28, 2016
San Jose-based Vocera Communications, which offers communications services for hospitals and health systems, has acquired fellow clinical communications company Extension Healthcare for $55 million in an all-cash transaction.The acquisition combines the complementary technology of both companies, creating a mobile communication and collaboration platform within a single system from a single...
By Jonah Comstock October 26, 2016
Toronto-based SeamlessMD, a company that has developed an engagement tool for surgery patients, is rolling out its offering at Saint Peter's Healthcare System in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Saint Peter's will tap SeamlessMD to create an app-based ERAS (enhanced recovery after surgery) program for its cesarean section patients. Eventually it will also expand the program out to patients recovering...
By Aditi Pai November 12, 2015
Toronto, Canada-based SeamlessMD, a company that has developed an engagement tool for surgery patients, has raised $1.1 million from BDC Capital, FundersClub and angel investors. “Surgery is one of the most challenging experiences for patients and families," SeamlessMD CEO Dr. Joshua Liu said in a statement. "SeamlessMD enables hospitals to extend their care into the community and empower...
By Aditi Pai June 11, 2015
McGill University Health Center in Quebec, Canada has partnered with SeamlessMD, a company that has developed an engagement tool for surgery patients, to test the efficacy of a tablet app for enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS). ERAS is an evidence-based program designed to ensure better care coordination, reduce care time, and reduce complications. It covers best practices related to pain...