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The new funding, led by existing investor Greenoaks Capital, is simply the latest in a number of monster investments in insuretech companies looking to broach Medicare Advantage.
Are more Theranos-style scandals looming for investors in healthcare startups? A team of researchers associated with the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford thinks so.
Digital health startup Vyrty recently launched a mobile app called Sync.MD that lets users store and share medical records with doctors.
Canada’s wellness app Carrot Rewards has partnered with the British government to expand its service to parts of England.
The companies are hoping to find success where previous efforts have struggled by designing an experience that is unique to the individual, rather than a one-sized-fits-all approach. Those who sign up and use the Apple Watch to track their progress will receive health goals that are unique to them, as well as recommendations, nudges, and rewards.
Two of the most intriguing companies to make movements around healthcare recently, are Amazon and Alphabet. Both of them seem to have health insurance, in particular, set in their sights.
Parsley Health isn’t just a trendy spot for wellness obsessives–though it certainly looks the part. The clinic was designed by architect Alda Ly and interior designers Hilko Designs, and it’s conceptualized to provide a healthy way of life for the company’s members from the moment they walk in the door.
Dadi brings in $2M to democratize sperm storage (TECHCRUNCH)
Smith believes Dadi, the provider of a temperature-controlled at-home fertility test and sperm collection kit, will encourage men to contribute to family planning conversations and become more aware of their reproductive health.
3iOntario Digest presents a list of ongoing funding opportunities and other resources to accelerate health innovation.
CAN – The Reimagining Respiratory Protection QuickFire Challenge (read more)
CAN – Virtual Care Experiences Showcase (read more)
EURO – Active and Assistive Living Call Challenge 2019 for ICT-Based Solutions (read more)
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