Preventice

By Brian Dolan 07:21 am November 13, 2014
At the Samsung Developer Conference this week in San Francisco, the South Korean consumer electronics giant revealed much more about its digital health plans, including the names of 24 partners it has been working with -- a dozen commercial partners and a dozen research partners. Samsung's commercial partners for digital health currently include Nike, Aetna, Cigna, Cleveland Clinic, dacadoo,...
By Brian Dolan 12:36 pm October 1, 2014
As the third quarter of 2014 comes to an end, both Rock Health and StartUp Health have posted reports -- as they always do -- that tracked the amount of funding raked in by digital health companies over the course of the past few months and for the year so far. Rock Health has tracked $3 billion in funding for 2014, while Startup Health has tracked a whopping $5 billion. While both numbers are...
By Aditi Pai 12:30 pm September 9, 2014
Remote cardiac monitoring company eCardio has agreed to merge with wearable, remote monitoring device maker Preventice. The new company, which is called Preventice, said the merger will allow it to "drive innovation and growth in remote monitoring systems and mobile health applications". Preventice's co-founder Jon Otterstatter will be the president and global strategy officer of the new company...
By Jonah Comstock 01:48 pm May 13, 2013
Minneapolis-based Preventice announced the commercial launch of its first hardware product: the BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System. The device, a small sensor attached to the body via a peel-and-stick patch, received FDA 510(k) clearance in August 2012. BodyGaurdian RMS uses an algorithm developed by the Mayo Clinic, sensor technology from STMicroelectronics, and wireless technology from...
By Brian Dolan 04:23 am September 11, 2012
Minneapolis-based Preventice announced this week that the FDA had cleared its remote monitoring device for patients with cardiac arrhythmias, the BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System, with a 510(k) clearance. Preventice developed the system with its partner Mayo Clinic and licensed technology from Proteus Biomedical's partner Avery Dennison for the peel-and-stick sensor. BodyGuardian is a small...
By Brian Dolan 03:35 am November 17, 2011
Two important announcements this morning: First up, we are busy this morning getting prepped for our webinar later today. We'll be discussing health and medical apps and tracking efforts to determine health apps' effectiveness. My presentation will include some exclusive metrics from our recent apps reports as well as some new data we've been collecting this past week. Kyle Dolbow, EVP,...