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The two companies plan on launching a virtual care mobile app specifically designed for the Canadian market.
Artificial intelligence startup Saykara raises $5 million funding for pioneering AI-powered voice assistant for physicians
The funding was led by SpringRock Ventures,with participation from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Elevate Innovation Partners (EIP), and existing investor Madrona Venture Group.
The Future of Sport Lab hopes to be a hub connecting Canadian sport properties and industry partners to entrepreneurs, faculty, and students.
An AI startup that claimed it can beat doctors in an exam is putting $100 million into creating 500 new jobs
British medical startup Babylon Health will invest $100 million in hiring more than 500 researchers, scientists, and engineers over the next year to develop the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare.
The event takes place on September 18. BetaKit readers can get a 100% discount on tickets with the promo code BetaKit_FM.
Google Street View cars will be roaming around the planet to check our air quality with these sensors
Aclima, a San Francisco-based startup building Internet-connected air quality sensors has announced plans to integrate its mobile sensing platform into Google’s global fleet of Street View vehicles.
Sherbit’s CEO, team, and advisory board will join Medopad and focus on bringing its technology into teaching hospitals around the US.
The round included existing investors Baltimore-based Camden Partners, Belle Michigan, and AOL cofounder Steve Case’s Revolution.
Cigna says it will focus on investing in companies that will bring improved care quality, affordability, choice and greater simplicity to customers and clients in three strategic areas: insights and analytics; digital health and retail; and care delivery and management.
In the Canadian market, questions remain about the Series 4. While the watch’s new electrocardiograph heart monitoring feature, also known as EKG, has been approved by the FDA in the U.S., it’s unclear if it’s in the process of receiving Health Canada certification.
Armed with tablets, routers and telemedicine software, emergency clinicians around the nation are delivering more timely, efficient care to patients.
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