July 31, 2018
Tele-ophthalmology company DigiSight — now called Verana Health — has a new name, a new mission, a new CEO, and $30 million dollars in new funding led by Alphabet subsidiary GV (formerly Google Ventures). Additional contributors to the round include Biomatics Capital, Brook Byers (founder of Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers), GE Ventures, and Lagunita Biosciences, all existing investors.
April 27, 2017
New York-based Fit4D, which offers digital coaching for people with diabetes, is partnering with global diabetes data management company Glooko to bring a more data-driven approach to their mobile patient engagement tools. The pairing will give Fit4D’s coaches access to Glooko’s device-agnostic platform, which people with diabetes see in the form of a mobile app they can use to automatically sync...
August 24, 2016
The University of Southern California’s Center for Body Computing is partnering with VSP Global, which provides vision insurance and operates several eye care companies, to launch a study and consumer pilot test with the latest version of the company’s tech-embedded eyewear.
Level, the glasses, will host a bevy of technology within the frames – including a gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetomer...
March 30, 2016
PatientsLikeMe has hired Monique Levy as the company’s SVP, Head of customer strategy and value delivery, which is a new role. Levy will work with PatientsLikeMe’s life science partners to help them meet patients’ needs. Levy is on the Google Health Advisory Board, and prior to joining PatientsLikeMe, she was VP of Research for the Digital Innovation team at Decision Resources Group. Before that...
November 16, 2015
DigiSight Technologies has launched a new version of its smartphone-based eyesight test and a new offering called Scope, a hardware-software combined system that allows a medical professional to use the smartphone camera to photograph the back and front of the patient's eye.
Formerly, DigiSight offered an iOS app called Sightbook that delivered at-home vision screening using an iPhone app. It was...
February 10, 2015
DigiSight Technologies, a California-based company currently focused on mobile apps for ophthalmology, has raised $7.8 million in second round financing. The round was led by Biosys Capital, Waycross Ventures, GE Ventures, and Lagunita, with additional contributions from existing investors.
The company's core technology is the DigiSight Network, a platform for connecting data from patients'...