Cedar, the patient financial management platform for hospitals, health systems and independent medical groups, today announced a Series B fundraising round of $36 million, led by the global investment company Kinnevik. Participants in the round include existing investors Founders Fund and Thrive Capital, as well as Lakestar, Sound Ventures, Kevin Systrom of Instagram and Nat Turner of Flatiron Health.Read More
One Drop to launch Blood Glucose Prediction and Automated Decision Support, expanding upon the company's industry-leading digital diabetes self-management platformRead More
eRelevance has announced a new suite of tech services flipping the old model of offering small businesses software they can buy and run themselves on its head. Small Business Trends spoke with eRelevance co-founder and CEO Bob Fabbio about the new approach and the services the company offers.Read More
Joel Paavola was a phenomenal man, father, husband, and role model. He was bright, happy go lucky, and never ceased to make you smile.Read More
Technology companies could soon drive down healthcare costs, according to Mary Meeker, a partner at venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers.Read More
Jvion, the leader in Eigen-based cognitive machine technology for healthcare, released their latest vector aimed at lowering rates of no-show appointments. By delivering insights into patients at risk of a missed appointment and the actions that will most effectively drive patient attendance, providers have a new, powerful tool to help lower rates of no-shows and drive patient engagement.Read More
Many people know blockchain as the technology that powers cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, which hit the news with its huge run-up in value last year, making digital millionaires of those who got in on the ground floor. But the technology has far greater implications for the Tennessee economy.Read More
Black Book Market Research LLC’s annual poll of cybersecurity products, services, outsourcing and consulting clients spanned 17 functional areas of cybersecurity including: Authorization and Authentication Solutions; Blockchain Solutions; Compliance and Risk Management Solutions; Cybersecurity Advisors and Consultants; Cybersecurity Training and Education; DDoS Attack Prevention; End Point Security Solutions; Access Management; Firewall Networks; Data Encryption; Intrusion Protection Solutions; Threat Detection and Prevention; Network Security; Email Protection; and Cybersecurity Data Analytics.Read More
Silicon Valley tech companies like Apple, Google and Uber are known for using technology in new ways to solve old problems, and sometimes, radically changing consumer behavior in the process.Read More
In 1989, Bob Fabbio quit his job at IBM and launched Tivoli Systems, which created one of the largest software categories in the world – enterprise systems management.
In 1995, Tivoli Systems went public and a year later IBM acquired the company for $743 million. Fabbio went on to found electronic document delivery startup Dazel, which Hewlett-Packard bought in 1999 for $180 million.
Companies like American Well, Teladoc and MDLive are growing rapidly, providing telemedicine services to health plans, employers and physicians. American Well, a national provider of telehealth services, said it has agreed to buy Avizia, which provides virtual access to doctors inside of hospitals and health systems across the country.Read More
Ovia Health, the leading women's health and technology company transforming the way employers support women and families along their parenthood journey, presented clinical research focused on combating the U.S. cesarean (C-section) epidemic at the annual meeting of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) in Austin, Texas.Read More