June 26, 2020
Israel-based smartphone urinalysis and wound-care startup Healthy.io is purchasing fellow home-diagnostics company Inui Health in a roughly $9 million cash deal, CNBC reports.
The agreement also involves milestones that Inui Health will need to meet, and sees CEO Dr. Jaime Tenedorio take on a new role within Healthy.io's team.
MobiHealthNews has reached out to both companies for confirmation of...
January 15, 2020
This morning Healthy.io, the company best-known for its smartphone-based urinalysis system, announced its plans to launch a new product for wound management and tracking.
The new tool, which was registered with the FDA in December, employs a smartphone app and two calibration stickers.
Unlike Healthy.io’s home urinalysis tool, which is marketed directly to consumers, this system is deisgned to...
November 27, 2019
Israeli company Healthy.io has announced this week that it is rolling out its home-based urinary tract infection (UTI) test kit across over 280 Day Lewis pharmacies in the UK.
WHY IT MATTERS
This is the second partnership of the kind for Healthy.io this year. Back in July, the Israeli company announced that the product would become available for purchase in 300 Boots pharmacies, as well as online...
September 12, 2019
Israeli smartphone urinalysis startup Healthy.io has closed a $60 million Series C funding round led by Corner Ventures, the company announced this morning. Joy Capital Ventures and prior backers Ansonia Holdings, Aleph and Samsung NEXT each participated as well.
Furthermore, the company also announced that it has received a second FDA 510(k) clearance intended to support diagnosis of chronic...
July 24, 2019
Malmö-based medical device startup Flow has landed $1.5m (approximately €1.35m) in funding in a round led by Khosla Ventures, it was announced this week. The new funds will be used to support the European rollout of Flow's brain stimulation headset and therapy app, developed to treat depression, which were launched in the UK and Sweden earlier this year.
“The Khosla Ventures investment will...
June 27, 2019
Teladoc Health has tapped Mala Murthy as its latest CFO, the telehealth company announced on Tuesday. Murthy most recently held a CFO post within American Express’ Global Commercial Services Segment, where she oversaw financial planning and analysis, M&A and investment and operating expense management.
“Teladoc Health has reached an exciting and pivotal time in the company’s history and I’m...
April 15, 2019
Within the last decade, shopping for groceries, clothes and books has become a lot more virtual. The digital space is rapidly replacing brick and mortar stores for many customers. Now consumers are turning to the web for their health products—whether it is to get a pharmacy prescription, a urine test or an “embarrassing” sexual health product. Read on for three emerging trends in the digital mail...
February 5, 2019
This morning Healthy.io, maker of a take home urine analysis test kit, announced a new $18 million Series B funding round. The funding round was led by Aleph, with participation from Samsung Next and private investors.
What they do
The Tel Aviv, Israel-based company’s signature product is Dip.io, a home-based urinalysis kit that turns a smartphone into a clinical-grade diagnostic device. The kit...
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November 13, 2018
One promising area in which artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing is computer vision, algorithms which process images. Healthcare entrepreneurs are in the midst of turning this technology toward healthcare, where algorithms can identify rashes and lesions, measure and analyze wounds, and bring colorimetric testing into the home — all using photos or short videos snapped by our smartphones...
July 25, 2018
Correction: Thanks to an eagle-eyed reader, this story has been updated to remove the claim that Dip.io is the first FDA-cleared smartphone urine test. We've reached out to Healthy.io for comment on this development and we'll update when we hear more.
Update 4/16/19: This story has been updated with additional clarity from Healthy.io about the difference between this clearance and previous...