This is Fitbit's first major integration of a digital health platform and wearables into a national public health program globally.
Through the new platform, researchers and doctors will work on development of new treatments to help to find cures for diseases that affect Canadians.
New offerings make data more visible and actionable, empowering clinicians and caregivers to make better insight-based decisions about their patients.
The company will now also become the first AI-based medical app to be offered in Swahili.
StartUp Health Transformer Fund II will invest in and support companies around the world focused on health moonshots.
The new system allows blood pressure data to transfer seamlessly from "Cuff to Cloud," enabling easy checking and reporting from home.
Called Beam, it lets small practices easily bill insurance for the virtual care they deliver, as well as attract and retain busy patients.
The new VC arm builds on the company's existing venture activity, including collaboration with five venture capital partners.
The web-based, voice-activated vision test allows users to renew their prescription online using only a mobile device, even if their prescription has changed.
The solution leapfrogs the features of traditional data warehousing, clinical data repositories, and health information exchanges.