The launch of the new exchanges marks a big shift in how consumers and small businesses purchase health insurance. For tech startups across the country, that means new opportunities for all kinds of services.
New York-based Blueprint Health launched its latest class of digital health startups, including companies in personalized medicine and data and analytics.
Sprint and Techstars are launching a new mobile health-focused startup accelerator in Kansas City.
Electronic health records company Practice Fusion has raised $70 million in a Series D round of funding.
Palo Alto-based Simplee has raised $10 million to bring its payments and medical expense-tracking software to more hospitals and patients.
After more than two years of waiting, mobile health app developers are finally getting some clarity from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on what it plans to regulate.
RainDance Technologies, a big data genomics company, has raised $35 million to expand into new markets.
Led by the former CEO of biotech company Genentech and Apple chairman Arthur Levinson, Google’s latest venture, Calico, wants to tackle aging and related illnesses.
Classtivity, a TechStars-backed startup, is shifting gears from a discovery and booking site for activity classes to a subscription-based fitness membership program.
A quick snapshot of where health tech investors are putting their money.