mHealth Tanzania Partnership

Tanzania’s Healthy Baby SMS service hits 1 million registrations

Since launching in November 2012, the service has sent 55 million free text messages with safe antenatal, motherhood and infant healthcare information.

Everseat’s doctor booking services to be used to athenahealth providers

The company will work to enable athenahealth's 67,000+ health care providers to offer patients easier scheduling access and real-time notifications.
Sermo comes to Spain and Mexico

Social network for doctors SERMO comes to Mexico, Spain

SERMO has added translation feature to its website and mobile app to allow Spanish-speaking doctors to engage in every conversation happening on the network.
Ask the Doctor

Ask The Doctor adding house call visits starting with Toronto

The company will be expanding into Boston in January 2016 and then continuing into every major American city with plans of partnering with Medicare.
HealthTap Compass

HealthTap Compass service launches with Flex as its first client

The service acts as a hub for managing all employees' healthcare needs, from information to prescriptions and even lab test referrals and interpretations.
better app

Digital health startup Better shutting down on October 30

Funded by Mayo Clinic's investment arm and the Social+Capital Partnership, the company provided free tools to make the healthcare experience simpler.
Circle Medical app

Circle Medical wants to become your new primary care physician

Unlike Heal and Pager, the service provides things like annual checkups, flu shots, and blood tests, in addition to urgent care issues.

RapidSOS secures $5M Series A to mobilize 911 system

The company's first product will be launched later this year to serve as a universal data pipeline from any connected device to first responders.

Wellcoin launches as the world’s first health currency

The virtual currency can be exchanged for goods and services from Skechers, DICK'S Sporting Goods, Pure Barre, Whole Foods Market, and local fitness partners.
Medicine Doctor Hand Working

Most online symptom checkers don’t work as advertised

Researchers from the Harvard Medical School have found that symptom checkers provided the correct diagnosis first in only 34% of cases.