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Shortly after raising $10 million CAD in Series A funding, Kitchener-based Nicoya has launched is third product to help speed up drug discovery.
While Calgary is widely known as a leader within the energy sector, it is also emerging as a lead innovator in the life sciences sector.
The company has inked a 10-year deal with the city of Wolverhampton in England to provide an integrated health app covering 300,000 people, the entire population of the city.
HelpAround raised $6 million in funding from IQVIA and Windham Ventures. The company’s software is designed to make it easier for patients to navigate specialty prescriptions.
Dialogue has announced its acquisition of Argumed Consulting Group, a German-based Occupational Health and Safety services company.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is beginning to touch medicine in many different ways, from making diagnoses to triaging patients.
One Medical’s expected valuation matches secondary-market transactions in the firm’s equity, and, at the upper-end of its proposed IPO range, represents a solid boost to its final private valuation.
Calgary-based healthcare provider INLIV has appointed Lori Casselman as the president and chief revenue officer (CRO) of its healthtech startup Wello.
The AI Eye: healthcare and medical just one prominent segment in rapidly growing and broadening AI market
No longer relegated to the ranks of science fiction, AI is rapidly becoming ubiquitous as one the most dynamic new fields in technology.
The Boyle McCauley Health Centre rolled out a mobile health clinic Wednesday that will provide medical care to those Edmontonians who live on the streets.
The company is taking a fresh approach to veterinary services by offering a membership program, not unlike One Medical.
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)