AiCure clinical trial seeks to validate video-based medication adherence From Mobil Health News

by Admin 11.24.2014

New York City-based AiCure is launching a clinical trial to validate its video-based approach to medication adherence. The company will work with the Cincinnati Addiction Research Center (CinARC) at the University of Cincinnati on a 12-month, 130-patient trial. AiCure is a novel medication adherence company in terms of its approach: the company uses a tablet or smartphone’s [...]

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InfoBionic raises $17M for remote heart monitoring system, MoMe From Mobil Health News

by Admin 11.24.2014

Lowell, Massachusetts-based remote patient monitoring company InfoBionic raised $17 million in a round led by Safeguard Scientifics, which now owns 20 percent of the company. Other investors that participated in the round include Excel Venture Management, Zaffre Investments and existing investors Mass Medical Angels (MA2), Broadview Ventures, TiE, Beta Fund, Boardwalk, Launchpad Venture Group, Cherrystone TCA, HTC, Boynton, [...]

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Change Collective’s new app is a behavior change store From Mobil Health News

by Admin 11.24.2014

One of the many rumors I heard prior to the HealthKit and Apple Watch reveal was that Apple was working on a new section of its iTunes store, like the AppStore, but instead of apps the company would begin selling health and fitness coaching programs or services. That never came to pass though. Last week, however, an app launched [...]

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Emdeon to acquire Change Healthcare for up to $185M From Mobil Health News

by Admin 11.21.2014

Nashville, Tennessee-based healthcare payment management company Emdeon has agreed to acquire Nashville-based price transparency company Change Healthcare for approximately $135 million cash upfront with an additional $50 million in potential earnouts. Change Healthcare has raised at least $34 million to date. Emdeon offers revenue management tools to providers, claims management tools to payors, and prescription management tools [...]

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