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MedStack CEO Balaji Gopalan discussed the thin line that exists between the “amazing potential” of digital healthcare versus the “scary risks” of not carefully managing data privacy.
Alberta is investing $3 million to expand free courses and drop-in help for those struggling with mental health and addictions.
Because the resources for those living with mental health issues are constrained, startups could have a big impact.
Intellijoint Surgical has announced the creation of the Medical Innovation Xchange, an industry-led hub dedicated to healthtech startups in southern Ontario.
The startup says it will use the new funds to conduct additional research, expand and create new partnerships with diagnostic labs and food manufacturing companies, and grow its mobile app’s footprint.
Montreal-based Dialogue offers companies services to access front-line healthcare providers through its virtual technology platform.
Through its billing company partners, the 20-person startup’s platform reaches more than 1,000 physician practices, with more than $700 million of healthcare spending under management.
One of the great things about running your own startup is that you have the independence to make critical business decisions, but those decisions can get very complicated when you are the direct beneficiary.
eChart Healthcare has created a solution for staff and families to receive information at the point of care with real-time data.
Collective Health, a health-tech startup that seeks to simplify employer-provided healthcare raises $205 million in funding round
Collective Health, a healthcare technology startup that seeks to simplify employer-sponsored health insurance, has raised $205 million in its latest funding round.
3iOntario Digest presents a list of ongoing funding opportunities and other resources to accelerate health innovation.
CAN – UK-Canada Diabetes Research Team Grants (read more)
CAN – Alliance Grants (read more)