Dubbed Data at the Point of Care (DPC), it aims to fill information gaps and offer a more complete picture of a patient's health and history.
Representatives from the big tech and health plans said they want to help consumers get access to their medical claims data via an app of their choosing.
Called Motion Medical, it aims to accelerate the development of medical technology and new minimally invasive treatments.
The company is leveraging InTouch Health's virtual care software platform to allow patients to virtually speak with RediClinic clinicians.
Currently being used in a study by Mayo Clinic, Eko Home enhances outpatient cardiac data collection and demonstrates real-world efficacy.
The oversubscribed fundraise establishes Fund II as one of the largest, independent, dedicated healthcare technology venture capital investment funds.
The platform has been expanded to include connected devices and digital therapeutic solutions for patients with diabetes, asthma, and COPD.
The technology has been designed to improve the quality of life for over 1.4M people living with learning disabilities in the UK, their families and carers.
The social network has introduced emotional wellness activities for users searching the visual pinboard for emotional health and related topics.
Inaugural customers include companies such as Google, Morgan Stanley, Facebook, Under Armour, Glossier, Etsy, Southwest Airlines and Gatorade.