November 20, 2014
WellStar Health System, the largest nonprofit integrated delivery system in Georgia, has made a strategic investment in Atlanta-based non-contact patient monitoring company Sensiotec, the monitoring company announced at an event in Atlanta on Wednesday. Although the exact financials of the equity deal were not disclosed, CEO Robert Arkin told MobiHealthNews the amount was in the seven-figure...
April 30, 2014
Gainesville, Florida-based TruVitals has received an undisclosed investment from the Florida Institute. However, the company has told MobiHealthNews that the funding, combined with angel investments and grants, will bring the company's total funding to a little under $1 million.
TruVitals is developing a non-contact heart rate, respiration, and motion sensor that uses radar technology. It will...
March 27, 2013
Sensiotec, an Atlanta-based startup that's developing contactless remote patient monitoring technology, raised $1 million from investor George Harris. Harris, a former leveraged buyout specialist introduced to the company by chief medical officer Dr. Neal Templeton, will also join the company's board, CEO Robert Arkin told MobiHealthNews in an email.
The round brings Sensiotec's total funding to...
October 14, 2009
Last week at the CTIA Wireless IT & E event in San Diego, close to 30 wireless health companies exhibited their wares on the show floor. For those readers who were not in attendance and for those looking for a round-up of the companies on-site, we put together a slide show describing each of the companies exhibiting.
The companies range in size from established tech companies to wireless...