Kyron’s founder and CEO is Louis Monier, the former CTO of the search engine AltaVista.
DC to VC, which took place in Santa Clara this afternoon, is organized by the Health 2.0 conference and Canvas, the health and IT-focused venture fund formerly known as Morganthaler Ventures.
“Health-tech companies have great visions for the future — but we also have to solve the problems that doctors still have today,” said Doximity CEO Jeff Tangney.
Guest Post Google Glass for health care will remain a concept — rather than a practice — until developers gain a better understanding of the medical environment.
ConsultingMD offers patients the opportunity to consult a leading medical expert for a second opinion — and receive a detailed response in about 48 hours.
Editor’s Pick Will the Sand Hill Road firms open their check books for you? We caught up with Sequoia Capital’s Warren Hogarth and Morgenthaler Ventures’ Missy Krasner to dig deeper into their investment thesis.
Facebook and Twitter are not the appropriate venues to share that your back is feeling achy, or that your bowel is acting up.
Inside Practice Fusion, a fast-growing health IT startup where employees receive free Fitbits and Yoga classes.
In the first weeks of 2013, healthcare technology startups are already closing some major funding rounds. The latest to benefit from Sand Hill Road’s burgeoning interest in the space is a D.C. based company called Audax Health, which raised almost $21 million, according to an SEC filing.