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By MobiHealthNews 04:00 pm September 24, 2018
Dentist gone digital. On Friday CareStack, a cloud-based technology company that caters to the dental industry, announced that it scored $16 million in funding. The round was led by Accel, F-Prime Capital Partners, and Eight Roads Ventures.  “CareStack is helping dental practices across the country gain better control of their operations, which is leading to better patient care. We are excited to...
By Aditi Pai 11:48 am October 20, 2015
Fitbit’s corporate wellness offering, which became a HIPAA compliant platform a little over a month ago, has added a premium software feature to its program, called Corporate Challenges. The move adds additional momentum to Fitbit's enterprise-focused business, which recently added Target as a customer. The company also announced a number of new enterprise customers including Aon Service...
By Neil Versel 05:22 am July 16, 2012
Another study has come along to support the iPhone as a reliable tool for remotely reviewing medical images and assessing patients when a standard workstation is not available. This time, the Apple smartphone is proving its mettle in ophthalmology. In an article appearing in the July issue of the Archives of Ophthalmology, researchers from Emory University in Atlanta studied images from 350...
By Chris Gullo 07:19 am September 21, 2011
Arogya World, a US-based non-profit, announced a collaboration with Nokia at the 2011 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting this week on an SMS-based diabetes prevention program in India. The program aims to raise awareness about diabetes and its prevention through text messages and hopes to reach one million consumers in rural and urban India over the next two years. A consortium of...