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League has received a strategic investment from Workday Ventures and will partner with Workday as a software partner.
How Capital One’s Digital for Good program tripled the number of charities it will empower with tech(BETAKIT)
74 percent of Canadian charities feel like the tech gap is harming their success. Here’s how Capital One Canada is hoping to change that.
Google is acquiring Fitbit for $2.1 billion(TECHCRUNCH)
Google will pay $7.35 per share for the wearables company in an all-cash deal that values Fitbit at $2.1 billion.
Although pagers encode messages before transmission, that’s a very different thing from encryption.
Oculys Health Informatics, a Kitchener-Waterloo based healthtech startup, has been acquired by Toronto-headquartered VitalHub for more than $4.2 million.
Singapore-based neo-natal tech startup Children Health Imprints raises $2.3M in Series A funding(MOBIHEALTHNEWS)
The freshly raised funds will go towards expanding the startup’s integrated neonatal ICU (NICU) care services in Asia Pacific as well as in securing international regulatory approvals.
This “tau hypothesis” is popular among Alzheimer’s researchers, but it hasn’t yielded an effective treatment.
Acorn Biolabs, which has developed a solution for non-invasive stem cell collection, is partnering with Executive Health Centre, a medical wellness centre.
Women’s health apps have been having a tech-fuelled moment in recent years, with the rise of a fem tech category.
Fishers-based startup Recovery Force LLC has secured $10 million from angel investors to help launch production and sales of a system for hospitals that helps patients regain mobility.
The Series A round was joined by medical institutions including the Mayo Clinic, a leader in the medical industry, and Sana Kliniken, Germany’s third-largest hospital organization.
Can AI help patients take control of their care?(HEALTHTECH)
As healthcare organizations make growing use of the technology, they are weighing how it can be used outside facility walls to enhance patient care.
3iOntario Digest presents a list of ongoing funding opportunities and other resources to accelerate health innovation.
CAN – CIHR Catalyst Grant: Addressing Musculoskeletal Conditions and Arthritis in Canadians (read more)
CAN – CIHR Inuit Research Network Development Grant (read more)
CAN – CIHR Netherlands-Canada Type 2 Diabetes Consortium – Travel Award (read more)