January 21, 2020
This morning HelpAround, a digital platform that helps patients navigate health service options, announced that it scored $6 million in funding. IQVIA led the round with participation from Windham Ventures and other existing investors.
The company has noted that the announcement marks the initial closing of this founding round, and that the final close is expected to take place later in Q1 of...
July 1, 2019
Belong.Life, maker of a social media app designed for those affected by cancer, has closed a $14 million Series B funding round. IQVIA led the round, which also included The Group Ventures and the startup’s existing vendors.
WHAT THEY DO
The company’s free Belong app allows patients with cancer or those caring for them to connect with and support others undergoing treatment for dozens of...
June 19, 2019
This morning, data science company IQVIA unveiled a partnership with EMIS Health, a Leeds-based primary care software provider, to enable GPs in England electronically 'prescribe' apps evaluated against NHS standards to patients.
The partnership will see IQVIA help populate the EMIS App Library, bringing together their AppScript digital health prescribing and monitoring platform and the EMIS Web...
Dr. Daniel Karlin, Greg Plante, Dr. Stephen Wicks, Dr. Zachary Beattie, and Dr. Mahesh Fuldeore
June 8, 2018
Pharma companies are increasingly embracing the use of wearables and other connected devices to streamline and improve data collection in clinical trials. But for all the advantages these devices might have, there also challenges — especially when it comes to data standardization.
This week at BIO 2018, Dr. Daniel Karlin, Pfizer’s head of clinical, informatics, regulatory strategy, digital...
November 7, 2017
Existing digital health products, if deployed comprehensively across the country, could save the US $7 billion a year in healthcare spending, according to a new report from IQVIA, which until yesterday was known as Quintiles/IMS Health.
“For the first time we’ve sought to create a model that looks across five different patient population groups where there’s been a proven reduction in acute care...