Topic: remote patient monitoring
Biotronik received FDA approvals for six high-voltage cardiac rhythm management devices for treating and resynchronizing tachycardia and arrhythmias.
Canvassing more than 400,000 people in 8 months, Apple has finished an investigation of its smartwatch’s ability to detect irregular heart rhythms.
Short seller Kerrisdale Capital launched an attack on iRhythm, makers of the Zio heart monitor patch, describing a looming reimbursement crisis.
OnMed's self-contained medical unit allows physicians to remotely take vital signs and diagnose conditions, and has its own robotic minipharmacy.
Glooko’s mobile app is now free for any person with diabetes, with the company ditching subscription fees for unsponsored users.
Ochsner Health System tapped Geneva Health Solutions to manage data collection and remote monitoring of its patients with implanted cardiac devices.
Vayyar Imaging launched a home sensor device for detecting falls among seniors, without the use of wearable trackers or pendants.
98point6, which makes primary care doctors available over cellphone messages, raised $50 million in a financing round led by Goldman Sachs.