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The Government of Canada has officially signed procurement deals with three Canadian healthtech companies that it had signed letters of intent with last week.
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Telehealth has rapidly evolved from a “nice to have” to a “need to have” for U.S. health systems.
Toronto-based Opencare has laid off 18 members of its team, as its core business has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rivet, a startup that helps providers keep track of insurance contracts and billing, closed an $8.25 million funding round.
Think Research has partnered with the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) to make its virtual care platform available to OPA psychologists in Ontario.
The Partners Covid-19 Screener provides a simple, straightforward chat interface, presenting patients with a series of questions based on content from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Partners HealthCare experts.
Dialogue has partnered with Sun Life Financial to offer virtual healthcare services to the Canadian insurance provider’s company benefits customers.
Flagship Pioneering, the Boston-based biotech incubator and holding company, said it has raised $1.1 billion for its Flagship Labs unit.
Kitchener-based educational toy manufacturer INKSmith is now creating personal protected equipment to help help healthcare staff fighting COVID-19.
AristaMD, a San Diego-based startup facilitating eConsults, raised $18 million in a series B round led by Cigna Ventures and MemorialCare Innovation Fund.
Google has committed to donating $800 million USD (about $1.1 billion CAD) in COVID-19 response effort funding.
98point6, a telemedical startup whose platform pairs clinicians with AI to provide text-based care, today announced that it secured $40 million in financing.
At least 26 Vancouver area healthcare facilities that have started using a new app that can track staff and resources in real-time.