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By MobiHealthNews July 2, 2020
Despite the uncertainty of COVID-19, funding deals during the last three months were generally on par with those of Q1 2020 and Q2 2019.
By Jonah Comstock July 2, 2020
MobiHealthNews spoke with Apple VP of technology Kevin Lynch about how the new feature on Apple Watch came to be, and what its implications might be for healthcare.

Credit: Virti VR headset 

By Sara Mageit July 2, 2020
Also, new King’s College and Mindwave Ventures app will allow people to track substance use and recovery. 
By Dean Koh July 2, 2020
The AI tool can now be used to triage radiology scans with intracranial bleeds, mass effect, midline shift, and cranial fractures.
By Mallory Hackett July 1, 2020
Walgreens Boots Alliance expanded its partnership with Microsoft and Adobe to launch a digital platform that will deliver personalized healthcare and shopping offerings. It will give Walgreens and Boots customers the ability to access products and services from its pharmacy and retail businesses wherever and whenever they want. This marks WBA’s second phase of its digital transformation.
By Dave Muoio July 1, 2020
Also: NexHealth's $15 million Series A, Avive Solutions' $7 million raise and Cyclica's $16.9 million Series B.

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By Laura Lovett July 1, 2020
One of the organization's main goals is to encourage Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement for prescription digital therapeutics. 
By Dave Muoio July 1, 2020
Scheduled to launch in Q3, the offering combines Lenovo devices, connected biometric biomonitoring tools and an AI-based virtual assistant.

Hafsa Dasu, Boots Macmillan Information Pharmacist

By Sara Mageit July 1, 2020
The service will offer an accessible route for those affected by cancer to speak to a trained healthcare professional from the comfort of their own home.

Andreas Giese, managing director Snke OS and Stefan Vilsmeier, CEO and founder, Brainlab. 

By Sara Mageit July 1, 2020
Munich-based, digital surgical technology company, Brainlab has announced the foundation of new subsidiary, Snke OS, in a move that will allow Snke OS to market to a wider circle of industry startups, partners and competitors. Working out of its new headquarters in the Bogenhausen area of Munich, the team is already developing a digital platform for surgery, rooted in current Brainlab software.