Evidation Health

By Brian Dolan 02:49 pm June 6, 2016
Evidation Health has raised at least $11.6 million, according to an SEC filing posted last week. The filing lists Raj Ganguly as a director of the company, indicating his venture capital firm, B Capital, participated in this recent round. Ganguly co-founded B Capital with Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin and it just raised its newest fund. A little over a year ago GE Ventures and Stanford...
By Jonah Comstock 02:58 pm May 2, 2016
Boston's Brigham and Women’s Hospital, in partnership with Evidation Health, will test Medisafe’s medication adherence app in a randomized control trial of 390 patients taking medication for high blood pressure. Patients will be monitored with an at-home Bluetooth blood pressure cuff. “I see patients in an acute care setting and there’s a hope that the technology will help people but it’s unclear...
By Jonah Comstock 08:53 am November 19, 2015
Ochsner Health System's O Bar Evidation Health, a company launched by GE Ventures and Stanford Health, which works with various companies working in healthcare to develop a body of robust clinical evidence for digital health interventions, has announced a partnership with Ochsner Health System. Ochsner Health, based in New Orleans, was one of the first hospitals to work with Apple's HealthKit...
By Aditi Pai 11:00 am August 12, 2015
San Mateo, California-based PokitDok, which offers a healthcare price comparison tool and API-based tools for healthcare developers, has raised $34 million, according to Dow Jones' VentureWire. This brings the company's total funding to at least $37 million. PokitDok was founded by Lisa Maki and Ted Tanner in 2011. The company first offered a mobile app and online service that let users locate...
By Jonah Comstock 08:27 am June 24, 2015
Participants in MIT's 2014 Hackathon with MGH and Samsung. MIT's Hacking Medicine program, which has organized medical hackathons since 2011, has launched a new spin-off: the Hacking Medicine Institute, a 501c3 nonprofit with a slightly different mission. The new organization will assess whether digital health products and services really work and, if they do, help them to prove their efficacy...