The company provides a cloud-based remote patient monitoring and analytics solution that promises to reduce preventable hospital admissions.
LifeWatch will use Vital Connect's HealthPatch MD device as part of its cardiac telemetry service for continuous monitoring for a range of arrhythmias.
Proceeds from the financing will enable InfoBionic to commercialize its MoMe System, a remote patient monitoring platform for cardiac arrhythmia detection.
Sensoria's smart sock technology will enable physical therapy patients to perform gait and balance exercises from RespondWell and receive instant feedback.
A soft patch-shaped device, which can continuously and comfortably monitor body temperature for 24 hours, it's made for today's busy parents.
The funds will be used to continue the company's global commercial expansion and to further move its solutions into the home-medical and consumer markets.
The two parties aim to advance chronic care management using connected therapy to further improve quality, increase convenience and drive patient engagement.
The company makes remote care and engagement technologies for older adults that are delivered through the TV; since January, Independa also has an iOS app.
Qualcomm's 2net Platform and Hub will be used to capture data from medical devices within a patient's home, and transmit it to Cerner's CareAware platform.
Expanded capabilities for medical monitoring, remote consultations, eldercare, and health and wellness applications will drive this growth.