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Strados Labs Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance For Its Wireless Lung Sound Measurement Platform, RESP™

December 29, 2020

Strados Labs, a health technology developer of remote respiratory devices and software, today announced it has received FDA Class II 510(k) clearance for its first product, RESP™, a system for measuring, recording and analyzing lung sounds remotely across healthcare settings. The RESP™ system has been used in clinical trials to help researchers quantify changes in […]

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CloudMine Builds Role as a Strategic Player as Healthcare Organizations’ Data Needs Deepen

July 26, 2017

Since Philadelphia-based CloudMine‘s launch in 2011, it has sought to offer specialized services for the pharma and healthcare industries to make it easier to develop, test, deploy and manage their mobile applications. These services are seen as a growth area for health IT vendors and nonhealthcare technology companies alike. In a new chapter of the business, […]

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Introducing the 50+ Innovation Leaders

April 14, 2017

Welcome to the first annual compilation of 50+ Innovation Leaders! AARP and the MedCity News team asked readers to nominate digital health companies, entrepreneurs and initiatives they felt best reflect the wide range of technologies and applications that innovatively support the 50+ population. After reviewing more than 150 submissions and tallying more than 5,000+ votes […]

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The One Health Company Featured at The World Economic Forum

January 31, 2017

Christina Lopes, the CEO and co-founder of The One Health Company, got a unique opportunity to raise the profile of her Philadelphia life science startup with an appearance at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January 2017. A Young Global Leaders of World Economic Forum alumnus, Lopes was invited to attend the World Economic Forum […]

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InvisALERT Solutions has raised more than 600k for a 2nd generation wearable-based patient monitoring platform to improve safety for psychiatric inpatients

October 25, 2016

Behavioral health has been a growing area of interest for digital health. But most companies have avoided clinical settings, particularly psychiatric hospitals. Philadelphia company InvisALERT Solutions is developing a workflow tool using a wearable-based patient monitoring platform to improve safety for psychiatric inpatients. In an interview, InvisALERT CEO Peter Nagy said the idea is to […]

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PhotoSonix Medical brings in over $1.4 million in funding for acne treatment device

February 2, 2016

PhotoSonix Medical, Inc. announced today that it has received over $1.4M to advance development of its CLENS device for treating acne. The device system is designed to use light and ultrasound to destroy up to 90 percent of the bacteria that causes acne. The light energy stimulates production of toxic oxygen radicals, which kill the […]

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