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Apple brings Health Records to iPhone in the UK and Canada

Apple brings Health Records to iPhone in the UK and Canada Apple has added support for the Health Records feature of its Health app on iPhones in two new markets – the UK and Canada. The electronic medical records feature originally debuted in the U.S. in 2018, and the company says that it’s now supported […]

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As it closes in on ARM, Nvidia announces UK supercomputer dedicated to medical research

As it closes in on ARM, Nvidia announces UK supercomputer dedicated to medical research As Nvidia continues to work through its deal to acquire ARM for $40 billion from SoftBank, the computing giant is making another big move to lay out its commitment to investing in UK technology. Today the company announced plans to develop […]

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Combining machine learning tools for medical imaging with genetic sequencing nets Sophia Genetics $110M

Combining machine learning tools for medical imaging with genetic sequencing nets Sophia Genetics 0M SOPHiA GENETICS, the shoutily and poorly capitalized named startup that’s combining machine learning tools for medical imaging and genetic sequencing to come up with a more holistic view of diseases for better patient care, has raised $110 million in new funding. […]

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Investors give Baltimore’s Facet Wealth $25 million to sell businesses on financial planning as a benefit

Investors give Baltimore’s Facet Wealth million to sell businesses on financial planning as a benefit Yesterday, Baltimore-based fintech company Facet Wealth said it raised $25 million in financing as it readies a new business line pitching financial planning as an employment benefit to businesses looking to recruit top talent. Employment benefit packages are expanding beyond […]

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Osso VR raises $14 million to bring virtual reality to surgical and medical device training

Osso VR raises million to bring virtual reality to surgical and medical device training It seems that distance learning is even coming for the healthcare industry. As remote work becomes the order of the day in the COVID-19 era, any tool that can bring training and education services to folks across industries is gaining a […]

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Does early-stage health tech need more ‘patient’ capital?

Does early-stage health tech need more ‘patient’ capital? Crista Galli Ventures, a new early-stage health tech fund in Europe, officially launched last week. The firm offers “patient capital” — with only a single LP (the Danish family office IPQ Capital) — and promises to provide portfolio companies with deep healthcare expertise and the extra runway […]

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Homage announces strategic partnership with Infocom, one of Japan’s largest healthcare IT providers

Homage announces strategic partnership with Infocom, one of Japan’s largest healthcare IT providers Homage, a Singapore-based caregiving and telehealth company, has taken a major step in its global expansion plan. The startup announced today that it has received strategic investment from Infocom, the Japanese information and communications technology company that runs one of the largest […]

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SoftBank Vision Fund 2 leads $100 million Series C in digital therapeutics company Biofourmis

SoftBank Vision Fund 2 leads 0 million Series C in digital therapeutics company Biofourmis Biofourmis, which combines AI-based data analytics and biosensors to monitor the progress of medical treatments, has raised funding from one of the world’s most high-profile investors. The digital therapeutics company, which launched in Singapore and is now headquartered in Boston, announced […]

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Femtech poised for growth beyond fertility

Femtech poised for growth beyond fertility The market for female-focused health products (aka ‘femtech’) is set for growth via segmentation, per an analyst note from PitchBook which identifies opportunities for entrepreneurs to target a growing number of health issues that specifically affect women or affect women in a specific way — broadening out from a […]

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Synthetic biology startups are giving investors an appetite

Synthetic biology startups are giving investors an appetite There’s a growing wave of commercial activity from companies that are creating products using new biological engineering technologies. Perhaps the most public (and tastiest) example of the promise biomanufacturing holds is Impossible Foods . The meat replacement company whose ground plants (and bioengineered additives) taste like ground […]

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