February 11, 2020
Gento, a tech-enabled home health staffing startup, has picked up $5 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Palisades Growth Capital, and brings Gento’s total raise to more than $7 million.
WHAT THEY DO
Through its app-based platform, Gento (formerly Nursing Without Walls) matches care professionals with post-acute care providers such as home health agencies and skilled nursing...
The team from Ooney makes their pitch to the judges.
September 17, 2019
Following a session of live pitch presentations and evaluations, judges have awarded Ooney and Social Impact AI Lab — New York with the top prizes in two healthcare innovation competitions focused on, respectively, home/community care and social determinants of health.
The innovation contests are part of an annual event held here at the Health 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, and are conducted in...
August 28, 2019
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and Catalyst @ Health 2.0 have named the finalists for two ongoing pitch competitions, one focused on the social determinants of health (SDOH) and the other on home and community-based care.
Each competition’s three finalists will be demoing their digital approaches for judges and audience members at next month’s Health 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, with...
July 10, 2018
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is promoting the idea of paying home health agencies for monitoring patients remotely.
Remote monitoring enables the collection of patients’ health data, such as vital signs, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, blood oxygen levels, heart rate and electrocardiogram readings.
In a statement Monday, CMS Administrator Seema Verma said more use of remote...
September 6, 2016
iHealth Labs, the connected device subsidiary of Andon Health with offices in Paris and Mountain View, California, has acquired Bordeaux, France-based eDevice for $106 million (98.33 million euros). eDevice is a longtime European provider of back-end infrastructure that connects remote monitoring devices to hospitals and healthcare providers.
"eDevice is an amazing company and together, we will...
January 14, 2013
Independa, the San Diego-based developer of telehealth products for senior care and aging in place, has made its flagship Integrated CloudCare suite commercially available on LG televisions and its Angela social engagement platform on Samsung touch-screen tablets. Additionally, Independa also will be looking for resellers of its products, the company announced at last week's Digital Health Summit...
December 17, 2012
More than a third of American adults think self-monitoring is the key to living a longer life, according to a survey commissioned by Philips Healthcare and conducted by Opinion Research Corporation. The survey of 1,003 participants included questions about online symptom checking, home diagnosis, and self-monitoring, and the results showed a growing acceptance of and even reliance on these sorts...
July 20, 2011
Screenshot from Independa's Angela tablet
Welcome to the world of private-label and single-purpose tablet computers for healthcare. Less feature-packed and powerful than the segment-leading iPad, these lower-cost computers are being positioned by at least two companies as control panels for remote and home monitoring systems.
Back at the beginning of the year, at the International CES show,...
June 8, 2010
Saint Elizabeth Health Care, a not-for-profit home health care organization with more than 4,000 nurses, rehab therapists and personal support workers on staff, has inked a deal with CellTrak to deploy its Blackberry-based software to its workers. CellTrak integrates the care group's scheduling software to allow increased efficiency and capabilities to respond to client and system requirements...
November 10, 2009
The engineering publication EDN did some digging into lobbying efforts by the Continua Health Alliance and how the group's executive director and his team convinced lawmakers to include remote monitoring in the healthcare bill, which recently passed the House of Representatives and has moved to the Senate. We had heard from many larger tech companies in the wireless health industry that Continua'...