The solution leapfrogs the features of traditional data warehousing, clinical data repositories, and health information exchanges.
The platform features company profiles on vetted solutions, industry reports, and a community network to engage with other users and the Healthbox team.
The psychiatry services are initially available in 27 states; the company has more than 300 mental health professionals who will see patients for ongoing care.
TigerText's two products allow users to securely receive and respond instantly to pages and faxes from their smartphone, respectively.
The solution enables faster, smarter patient referrals from hospitals, centralized bed management, and business analytics to improve patient outcomes.
The new offering will allow providers to connect and engage with patients across the care continuum anywhere, anytime, and on any device.
The company is also partnering with Waikato District Health Board to virtualize healthcare by providing immediate access to New Zealand-based health service.
The company will use the funds to expand its sales and marketing resources, as well as its development resources for both existing and new products.
Unlike competing services which send doctors to the user's doorstep, FRND will send a nurse who can set up a telehealth session with a doctor during the visit.
Fitbit has also announced the addition of the Fitbit Corporate Challenges feature to help drive employee engagement; the feature will be available in Q4 2015.