July 13, 2011
Design concept for ViSi Mobile - Not Yet FDA Cleared
Sotera Wireless has secured a new round $7 million in financing that includes a mix of debt and other securities. Some of Sotera Wireless’ previous investors have included West Family Holdings, Qualcomm Ventures, Intel Capital, Sanderling Ventures and Apposite Capital. Last April the company raised $10.75 million. Including the most recent $7...
February 23, 2011
"Assurance is the number one fear for new wireless sensor companies looking to work in the hospital environment," Ed Cantwell, a new Senior Vice President at the West Wireless Health Institute, told MobiHealthNews in an interview on-site at the HIMSS event in Orlando, Fla. Cantwell said that the four principles of assurance are coverage, signal strength, capacity, and certainty.
"We continue to...
December 15, 2010
Royal Philips Electronics' medical arm is planning a push into wireless monitoring of patients in hospital wards, according to a report from the Associated Press. The report characterized the market as "largely untapped."
According to a report from Greystone Research Associates released in November, wirelessly enabled in-hospital patient monitors will grow at a modest but steady annual growth...
November 3, 2010
According to a new report from Greystone Research Associates, wirelessly enabled in-hospital patient monitors will grow at a modest but steady annual growth rate of 13 percent between now and 2014. Hospitals that currently own wireless monitors will be the ones spending the most on them during the period.
“The benefits of wireless bedside and in-patient ambulatory monitors will prompt many...
June 15, 2010
Castlight launches with $60 million: Lots of buzz this week about Castlight Health, an online healthcare price-compare service has raised $60 milllion in funding, some of which came from Cleveland Clinic. The startups founders include Relay Health founder Giovanni Colella and athenahealth co-founder Todd Park, who left Castlight to join the Obama Administration. Grocery store chain, Safeway is...
May 12, 2010
The Gary and Mary West Foundation granted the West Wireless Health Institute an additional $20 million to support biomedical engineering research. The foundation created the West Wireless Health Institute in March of last year after an initial grant of $45 million. West Wireless Health Institute CEO Don Casey is set to discuss the new funding in his keynote speech this morning at the Wireless...
April 20, 2010
Cleveland Clinic optimizes website for mobile: The Cleveland Clinic has launched a mobile version of its website that will allow smartphone users to search for doctors and access general information about the hospital, according to a report over at MedCity News. The clinic's new mobile site is m.ClevelandClinic.org. According to data analytics firm Experian Hitwise, Cleveland Clinic's website has...
April 14, 2010
According to a regulatory filing with the SEC this week, Sotera Wireless has secured $10.75 million of a $15 million round of venture funding from undisclosed investor(s). Some of Sotera Wireless' previous investors have included Qualcomm Ventures, Intel Capital, Sanderling Ventures and Apposite Capital.
Sotera Wireless, which changed its name from Triage Wireless last year, is currently...
November 16, 2009
San Diego, California-based start-up Triage Wireless has changed its name to Sotera Wireless as part of an agreement with Inverness Medical Innovations, which markets products under the Triage brand.
Triage Wireless, now Sotera Wireless, has close ties to Qualcomm and is developing continuous, non-invasive blood pressure monitoring technology with arterial-line accuracy and without the need for...