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Cake Health is a web service that provides a central place for a patient's healthcare plans online. Cake Health updates the plan's status, what's covered, automatically categorizes claims, and tracks out-of-pocket expenses, while alerting patients to potential overcharges.

Platform, Health insurance, Alerts

United States
Technology
United States
CipherHealth offers CipherVoice, an automated patient communication platform enabling healthcare providers to proactively interact and gather data from their patients via automated phone calls, text messages and emails.

Platform, Care Transitions, Caregivers, Standardized Care Plans, Predictive & Quality Analytics, SMS/Text, Email, Communication Tools, Readmission Reduction

United States
Technology
Sweden
iDoc24 is an anonymous dermatology consultation application for the iPhone that enables users to obtain feedback and advice from a dermatologist within 24 hours of sending a MMS video text along with a brief description of symptoms.

Dermatology, Platform, Sexual Health, Mobile Platform, IPhone, Mobile Application, Video

Sweden
ZocDoc, Founder, CEO
New York City
New York City
Entrepreneur
eClinical Solutions
Evidation Health , CEO and Founder
Platform
WellTok
CafeWell is a patient engagement platform that helps payors, providers and other population managers connect with their members and reward them for healthy behavior.
WellTok
Device
LabStyle Innovations
Dario is a glucose monitoring device which connects to the Dario app to monitor a diabetic's glucose levels. Features include an insulin calculator, nutrition data, case history, monitoring, and a dario journal.
LabStyle Innovations
Platform
Zesty is a web-based platform allowing users in the Greater London area to search for healthcare providers near their location. It provides user ratings, and allows the user to quickly book a confirmed appointment.
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  • Health kiosk company SoloHealth changed its name to Pursuant Health and raised $2.4 million in equity and securities. The name change comes from a new partnership with Cleveland Clinic Wellness, which will see the company add a workplace wellness business to its existing public kiosk business.

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