San Mateo-based stealthy startup Mousera recently raised $20 million, according to an SEC filing. This brings the company’s total funding to at least $28.8 million. Existing investors include Lux Capital, Founders Fund, Data Collective, AME Cloud Ventures, and Dolby Family Ventures. The company is developing a tool that helps biomedical investigators accelerate the preclinical drug discovery and development pipeline. Researchers […]

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Gobiquity Mobile Health (formerly iCheck Health Connection) has received a strategic investment from Salesforce.com Founder and CEO Marc Benioff as well as InterWest Partners. The company previously raised about $776,000 from InterWest Partners. Gobiquity has also promoted their Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Burns to CEO and relocated from Aliso Viejo, California to Scottsdale, Arizona, which is known as “Cure Corridor.” Burns, an […]

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Small survey: Most physicians discuss apps, wearables with patients From Mobil Health News

by Admin 06.29.2015

Earlier this month a small survey of 415 physicians practicing in the US reportedly found that a very small percentage of them — just 15 percent — were discussing health apps or wearables with their patients. After reviewing the raw survey results, however, its clear that the company, MedPanel, misunderstood their own findings when crafting their press […]

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Wildflower Health’s new $5M will help it expand beyond pregnancy apps From Mobil Health News

by Admin 06.29.2015

San Francisco-based Wildflower Health has raised $5 million in a round led by Easton Capital and Hatteras Venture Partners with participation from existing investors Cambia Health Solutions and HealthTech Capital. The company has raised at least $6.7 million to date. Wildflower Health offers an app, called Due Date Plus, which helps pregnant women track their symptoms, monitor key milestones, read health […]

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