Digital Health

These are Philly’s Young Tech Companies to Watch This Year: RealLIST Startups 2021

January 26, 2021

New year means new list of promising local startups to watch. Each January at Technical.ly, it’s become tradition for the reporters in each of our mid-Atlantic markets to pore over their notes, check in on past coverage, and keep our ear to the ground to learn about the most intriguing and innovating tech companies that […]

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Biden Aide Calls Bucks Firm a Model for Worker-Owners

January 14, 2021

Magellan Health backs Philly medical software firm Magellan Health, the big U.S. provider of drugs and mental-health services, has led a $20 million investment (with others) in NeuroFlow, a Philadelphia company whose software helps doctors, hospitals, governments, and insurers track patient conditions and treatments. NeuroFlow employs 60 workers, some on contract. With the new funding, […]

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Mental Health Tech Company Neuroflow Raised a $20M Series B Amid Pandemic Growth

January 13, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic isn’t just one of public health, but mental health, as well. One Philly company has seen growth as it aims to combat these spikes in depression and anxiety. NeuroFlow, a tech-enabled behavioral health platform has raised a $20 million Series B round of financing to keep up with the growth its seen […]

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Philadelphia Edtech Company Digitability Launches New Training Tool as Demand Surges

December 10, 2020

Michele McKeone watched through Instagram as her friends learned new recipes and picked up quarantine hobbies when the Covid-19 pandemic brought the world to a halt in March. At the same time, her Philadelphia edtech company Digitability was suddenly moving at a breakneck speed. “We’ve been busier than ever,” she said. School districts are federally […]

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TrekIT Health Rebrands to CareAlign, Forms a Partnership with HealthShare Exchange

December 7, 2020

TrekIt Health, the health IT startup that makes a clinical workflow platform used by physicians, is rebranding to CareAlign. The company founded by CEO Dr. Subha Airan-Javia was originally developed at the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Earlier this year, it raised a $1 million seed round led by Tech Council Ventures with participation from […]

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Healthcare Is Experiencing A Boom In Female Entrepreneurs And Leaders

November 10, 2020

In October, the Nobel Prize for chemistry was awarded to two women, Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna for the development of a method for genome editing called CRISPR. This is the first time two women have won this prestigious prize and is a timely signal of the growing role women play in health-related fields. […]

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Philadelphia Tech Startup Lands Contract With U.S. Air Force, Space Force

October 1, 2020

Mental health tech company NeuroFlow has secured a $1.5 million contract with the United States Department of Defense to roll out its technology at 11 Air Force bases and for the new U.S. Space Force. Old City-based NeuroFlow’s platform is designed to help health care providers monitor their patients’ moods and emotions, track their progress […]

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NeuroFlow Expands Services and Staff as Need for Mental Health Care Spikes

September 8, 2020

As the Covid-19 pandemic drives a spike in demand for mental health services, Old City-based NeuroFlow is expanding the scope of its services to help health care providers handle swelling caseloads. NeuroFlow makes an app that’s designed to help providers monitor their patients’ moods and emotions and track their progress, but it’s also increasingly focused […]

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Soaring 76, Part 2: Meet More of Greater Philadelphia’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

August 28, 2020

That’s why the Philadelphia Business Journal is excited to reveal this year’s Soaring 76, our annual list of the fastest-growing companies in the region. As we announce the names of these thriving companies, we hope it reminds us all that Greater Philadelphia will soon soar again. We’re unveiling our 5th annual list in stages. The […]

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NextUp: Roundtrip Is Removing Transportation Barriers From Healthcare

August 26, 2020

Who: Mark Switaj knows patient transportation well. He spent several years working on an ambulance providing direct patient clinical care. In those years, he noticed a recurring issue: the ride to the hospital was stressing patients out. “I saw people giving up on their healthcare, not because of the care they were going to receive, […]

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