Also in hires: Voice assistant AI startup Notable appoints VC partner Annie Lamont to its board, and DarioHealth taps Olivier Jarry as its next CCO and president.
Notable announced its Series A funding round led by F-Prime Capital Partners and Oak HC/FT to further develop its wearable AI voice assistant for doctors.
The market comprised $98 million in revenue during 2017, and is beginning to move away from stand-alone devices or apps.
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a new system that lets young doctors in the field get support from experinced physicians via drones and AR glasses.
At $1,495, the company's full-length smart mirror streams fitness classes and connects to wearable heart rate trackers.
Santa Monica-based Headspace announced that it would be acquiring voice-enabled AI system Alpine.Ai for an undisclosed sum this morning.
Also: Cricket Health raises $24 million, and NeuroMetrix releases Quell 2.0.
Rx.Health — a Mount Sinai Health System spinoff that has built an app prescription platform for enterprises — has raised $1.8 million in seed funding. According to a statement, the investment will help the company pursue new clients and support the launch of its digital therapeutics and patient engagement tool, Bulk Prescription.
The FDA-registered, HIPAA-compliant app looks to offer pediatricians a lower-cost alternative to purpose-built screening devices.