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Founder Institute’s Montréal branch has partnered with MedStack to offer a startup fellowship for organizations working on digital health solutions.
Peppy, the U.K. employee healthcare benefits platform focusing on family support, female health and mental well-being, has raised £1.7 million in seed funding.
The unit’s primary purpose will be to sterilize PPE, in order to make them reusable.
PocketPills, a Surrey, British Columbia-based healthtech startup is tracking increased interest in its digital pharmacy service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cue Health raises $100M to validate at-home flu test (MED CITY NEWS)
The company recently submitted its system to the FDA for emergency use authorization to be used for onsite COVID-19 testing.
Apple shares COVID screening data with CDC, digital health market to beat $350B by 2025 and more digital health news briefs (MOBIHEALTHNEWS)
Also: A deep dive on Verily’s Project Baseline; Intermountain Healthcare launches home-monitoring program.
Invixium, a Toronto-based biometric security products manufacturer that focuses on access control and workforce digitalization, has closed $3 million.
Virtual care provider Conversa raises $12M as investors bet big on digital health startups (GEEKWIRE)
The latest digital health company to land funding is Conversa, a Portland, Ore.-based telehealth startup that announced a $12 million Series B round.
There was well over $1 billion of demand for Atlas Venture’s latest fund, according to Partner Kevin Bitterman.
Pipo Saude, a Brazilian provider of healthcare services for businesses and their employees, has raised $4.6 million in a new round of funding to expand its footprint in Brazil.