H|T: The Healthtech Times – The ‘antithesis of Goop’


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Dialogue evolves product with the acquisition of German health services company(BETAKIT)

Dialogue has announced its acquisition of Argumed Consulting Group, a German-based Occupational Health and Safety services company.


Science innovations come to life in Calgary

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.

Microsoft takes wraps off $40M ‘AI for Health’ initiative(TECHCRUNCH)

When the topics of Microsoft and global health overlap, one tends to think about the Gates Foundation, but the company itself is doing good work along these lines as well.

Health data, medical documents exposed by LabCorp website error(HEALTHITSECURITY)

An error in an internal customer relationship management system website of LabCorp left the health data and medical documents of thousands of patients exposed online, according to TechCrunch.

Belgian big data startup LynxCare raises €1.8 million to help healthcare industry(TECH.EU)

LynxCare, the Leuven-based big data startup working in healthcare, has raised €1.8 million, led by btov Partners with support from existing investor, HERAN Partners.

Diet autopilot Thistle raises $5M for health food subscriptions(TECHCRUNCH)

Whether you heat them up or eat them straight out of the fridge, you’re actually dining faster than you could even place an Uber Eats order.

One Medical raises $245M in IPO(MEDCITYNEWS)

One Medical began trading on Nasdaq on Friday. The primary care startup priced its IPO at $14 per share, for roughly $245 million.

Medloop raises €6M in funding(FINSMES)

The company intends to use the funds to continue to develop its tech solutions and expand across Germany and Europe starting with the UK.

Kenshō Health publicly launches its ‘antithesis of Goop’(TECHCRUNCH)

The two founders and their Los Angeles-based team amassed a group of healthcare providers hailing from Stanford University, Harvard University, Columbia University and others — all with a concentration on accreditation.

Health-records company pushed opioids to doctors in secret deal with drugmaker(BLOOMBERG)

The Practice Fusion case shows how such plans can be exploited and even provide a new avenue for financial interests to influence treatment.

WholyMe, which makes natural products for chronic pain, closes seed round(TECHCRUNCH)

The round also includes Joyance Partners, a New York-based VC concentrating on the new science emerging around “health and happiness” which recently expanded to the U.K. and Europe.

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