The Healthtech Times is a weekly newsletter covering healthtech news from Canada and around the globe.
Subscribe to H|T using the form at the bottom of this page to ensure you don’t miss out on the most important healthtech news every week!
It marks a shift to offering education surrounding the recreational consumption of the plant.
“HealthTO brings together Toronto’s healthcare innovation professionals and enthusiasts to discuss topics related to the future of innovation in health and wellness.”
Spire’s Health Tags, the dark and tiny devices you stick on your clothes to gather all sorts of health data from your steps, heartbeat and stress levels is now available at your local Apple Store.
Through the partnership, the companies will develop retinal biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease, by leveraging spectral retinal images combined with deep learning architectures.
The company aims to get its lead program, developed using its in-house “CRISPRnomics” platform, into the clinic in the next 18 months.
Holmusk, the company behind diabetes tracker app GlycoLeap, plans to use the new funding to support its expansion in US and Europe.
Sources close to the company confirmed that because BetaKit loves you, it will be offering one month of free service to help companies hire Canada’s top tech talent.
Mode wants to help businesses make sense of sensor by moving the hoards of sensor data to the cloud, where they can better understand their devices and derive actionable insights. For now, Mode is targeting the solar, medical and manufacturing industries.
Sequoia’s investment is part of Maven’s just-announced $27 million Series B round of funding, which will help the company “enhance” its flagship product, a benefits platform for new moms that it sells directly to companies like Snap and Bumble.
While they don’t agree on much, these two tech giants do agree on Aiva, which provides patients and seniors with smart speakers including Google Home and Amazon Echo to stay in closer contact with their care providers, while also offering them entertainment and education.
StartUp Health works with young digital health companies by coaching, mentoring, and helping them to network. Currently the company is working on 10 initiatives, which it calls moonshots, that include ending cancer, supporting brain health, and improving access to care.
3iOntario Digest presents a list of ongoing funding opportunities and other resources to accelerate health innovation.
CAD – Perioperative Information Management Solution (read more)
CAD – Single Sign-on and Proximity Tap Solution (read more)
CAD – 2019 Women Leader in Digital Health (read more)