Topic: mobile medical apps
Medtronic will allow patients to manage their deep brain stimulation treatments at home using a dedicated and customized Samsung smartphone.
Pear Therapeutics is expanding its app-based platform to conditions outside of the brain and mental health through a GI-focused deal with Ironwood.
Bayer has signed onto sprawling new collaborations with 11 international digital health startups.
Bayer led One Drop’s $40 million series B round and licensed its technology for its “bio-digital efforts” in areas such as cancer and heart disease.
The partners will use wearable devices to assess how heart failure patients function and feel after being discharged from hospitals.
Livongo Health, the diabetes management startup that branched into hypertension and behavioral health, filed to raise up to $100 million in its IPO.
The FDA has greenlighted a mobile app from Hygieia to be used as part of d-Nav, its insulin management service.
A new study says users were favorable toward Apple’s Health Records service, though it has yet to be widely embraced.
Otsuka will "fully fund" the development of Click’s mobile application, dubbed CT-152, for major depressive disorder and to market the app worldwide.
Keyto's program includes a smart breath sensor that detects when the body is in ketosis and a mobile app that provides recommendations.