Listrunner raises $500,000 for physicians’ rounds app From Mobil Health News

by Admin 08.19.2014

Mountain View-based Listrunner raised $500,000 for its newly launched app, which helps physicians stay organized while doing their rounds, according to a post from VentureBeat. The app puts patient notes, lists, and tasks in one place so that physicians can input all information related to their patient while doing their rounds. Listrunner says its app also makes for easier [...]

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Self Health Network has raised $11M so far for population health management platform From Mobil Health News

by Admin 08.19.2014

San Francisco-based Self Health Network has raised $11 million over the past six years for its population health management platform, according to recently posted filings in the SEC. The funds include equity, debt, options, and securities. Self Health offers its software to hospitals and employers. For employers, Self Health offers a platform, called MyPersonalWellnessGuide. Employers can customize [...]

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California court’s BYOD ruling could affect hospitals’ policies From Mobil Health News

by Admin 08.19.2014

A new California Court of Appeals ruling has dealt a major blow to bring your own device (BYOD) policies. Although the case focused on employees working in retail, the court’s decision may have implications for any employer with a BYOD policy in place. It could potentially have repercussions for healthcare down the road. In a class [...]

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Atonarp raises $8 million for cancer-sniffing sensor device From Mobil Health News

by Admin 08.19.2014

Tokyo-based Atonarp raised $8 million in a round led by Walden Riverwood Ventures to further develop the company’s smart spectrometer. Atonarp is developing a spectrometer that can non-invasively detect early phase cancer detection and it also has designed on non-invasive blood glucose measurement. To detect cancer, the company’s device analyzes a user’s breath. Atonarp’s website notes that several [...]

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