The retail giant will pilot a program to connect patients with local doctors in an effort to cut down on its workers relying on word of mouth to find a doctor.
According to their figures, digital health companies raised $1.3B in venture capital during Q3 2019, or $5.5B year to date.
Health innovation funding is on track to have its second most-funded year ever with Women's Health and Access to Care Health Moonshots taking the lead in growth.
The app allows students to select therapist and use insurance for teletherapy, solving the growing need for counseling on campuses.
Called Frontive Health, it securely connects and organizes fragmented pieces of health information to help patients and caregivers adhere to care regimens.
Fitbit users in Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland and the UK can use FibriCheck to help detect heart rhythm irregularities like Atrial Fibrillation.
The virtual primary care clinic is currently in the pilot phase, offering a combination of telemedicine and in-person services.
According to Reuters' sources, the popular wearables maker is reportedly in talks with an investment bank about the possibility of exploring a sale.
Called CareVoiceOS, it allows insurers to deliver health plans which are more tailored, efficient and compelling to their customers.
Now available, the Pria by BLACK+DECKER robot assistant is the first commercially available product created in partnership by the two companies.