Health Records

By Laura Lovett January 31, 2019
This morning diabetes self-management company One Drop announced its platform’s integration with Apple’s Health Records. As part of the integration patients who use the One Drop | Experts are able to share their EHRs with their personal diabetes coach. This gives patients the ability to share their vitals, lab results and medication history with One Drop coaches.  This news coincides with the...
By Dave Muoio January 16, 2019
Ciitizen, a tech startup focused building easy-to-share digital health records, has raised $17 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz, with additional participation from Verily and Section 32. With these investments, Andreessen Horowitz’s Bio fund General Manager Vijay Pande will be joining Ciitizen’s board of directors, while Section 32's Michael Pellini and Verily...
By Dave Muoio November 28, 2018
Amazon Web Services has unveiled a new machine learning tool that looks to help healthcare industry developers process bodies of unstructured medical text. Called Amazon Comprehend Medical, the HIPAA-eligible service is able to pull out medically-relevant information such as patient diagnoses, symptoms, medical test details, treatments and dosages, while simultaneously highlighting any protected...
Ciitizen raises $3M for personal health records

Anil Sethi speaking at PMWC18 in June. Credit:  Ciitizen on Twitter

By Jonah Comstock July 26, 2018
Ciitizen, the health records tech company founded by ex-Appler Anil Sethi, has raised $3 million from Andreessen Horowitz's a16z Bio Fund. While Andreessen Horowitz General Partner Vijay Pande confirmed the investment in a blog post, the amount was reported by CNBC and hasn't been confirmed by MobiHealthNews. A relatively young startup, Ciitizen is currently known mostly for the pedigree of its...
By Jonah Comstock January 24, 2018
Correction: A previous version of this article said that Gliimpse founder Anil Sethi was still at Apple. In fact, he left the company last year. After many months of rumors, Apple announced today that it is launching a personal health record (PHR) feature with iOS 11.3, the beta of which launched today to users in Apple's iOS Developer Program. The feature, called Health Records, will aggregate...