February 7, 2019
This morning the Mayo Clinic announced that it is teaming up with technology company Leidos to build an accelerator on the former’s Jacksonville, Florida campus. The new accelerator will be using Leidos’ integration systems and applied public health applications. The goal is to develop and commercialize products.
"The shared values and deep passion for transforming healthcare make this...
July 16, 2018
It’s bilingual. Miami-based CareCloud, maker of care management platform Breeze, has just added a new Spanish version, called Breeze en Español. The new version will allow customers to book, check-in and out of appointments, and pay for bills in Spanish.
“A good patient experience is language neutral,” Juan Molina, CareCloud’s vice president of strategy and business development, said in a...
February 13, 2018
Portland, Oregon-based Bright.md, which makes a virtual physician's assistant app called SmartExam, has announced two new customer wins at Presbyterian Healthcare Services in New Mexico and Providence Health & Services in Oregon. Concurrent with the New Mexico launch, Bright.md has launched a Spanish-language version of the app as well.
"Healthcare systems like Presbyterian and Providence...
July 17, 2017
Portland, Oregon-based Bright.md has scored a fresh injection of cash in an $8 million Series B funding round aimed at improving patient care and lowering healthcare costs for clinicians. B Capital Group led the round with participation from return backer Seven Peaks Ventures.
The funding, which was announced on Monday, will go toward market development for Bright.md’s cloud-based artificial...
August 3, 2016
Here are all the digital health deals, partnerships, and customer wins that MobiHealthNews has tracked over the past two weeks.
UK-based pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline partnered with South San Francisco-based Verily to create Galvani Bioelectronics – a joint venture to develop implantable bioelectric medicines, a branch of medicine that works to fight diseases by targeting electrical...
July 21, 2015
Bright.md, a telemedicine company for non-acute care that uses a software called SmartExam to minimize the time required of its physicians, has raised $3.5 million in first round funding. The round was led by Oregon Angel Fund, with substantial participation from Seven Peaks Ventures and Stanford-StartX Fund. The company previously raised a $1 million seed round, which we reported on last October...
October 28, 2014
Portland, Oregon-based Bright.md raised $1 million in a round led by Seven Peaks Ventures with participation from Portland Seed Fund and Oregon Angel Fund. This brings the company's total funding to at least $1.1 million.
Bright.md, which was founded in January 2014, has developed a software system that connects patients with their physicians when they have a health concern. Patients can access ...