A new startup called HealthLoop offers analytics and peer-reviewed plans for doctors to stay connected with their patients.
TalkToDocs is a voice-activated health companion that lets people speak their questions to their phone and receive quick, responses from a database of 50,000 doctors.
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.
The Food and Drug Administration has finally released guidelines on how it plans to regulate thousands of new health-related smartphone applications.
CrowdMed is a crowdsourced medical diagnosis platform. The company participated in the most recent Y Combinator class and launched publicly today with $1.1M in funding from top-tier investors.
Biotech company Visterra closes $26M deal for its technology platform that combats infectious disease.
ZocDoc is making a huge step forward in its mission to simplify connecting patients with doctors.
A digital doctor's office
In February 2011, Mobisante got the green light from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its mobile, smartphone-powered ultrasound device. It took the medical device startup another eight months to meet the various FDA guidelines, but now its MobiUS SP1 Ultrasound System is finally available for commercial sales starting this month.