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GlobeNewswire | September 09, 2020
Progressive Care Inc. A personalized healthcare services and technology company, is excited to announce that on September 1, 2020, the Company entered into a Letter of Intent to acquire one hundred percent of MyApps Corp. A leading developer of healthcare software, which includes the emerging telehealth service app CallingDr™. In addition, Progressive Care will be immediately engaging MyApps to accelerate developm...
Cision PR Newswire | August 06, 2020
The global outbreak of the respiratory coronavirus disease COVID-19 has put healthcare systems across the globe under tremendous pressure and highlights the urgent need to advance toward smart healthcare systems. COVID-19 has also presented the perfect application scenario for the deployment of 5G networks in hospitals, doctors' practices, and social care environments. In line with this, global tech market advisory firm, ABI Research forecasts that by 2026, 5G will generate US$399.8 million ...
FINVASIA | November 01, 2021
FINVASIA, today, announced its investment in Gini Health, a Canada based healthcare technology company that pioneered DNA and lifestyle data based personalized health to prevent diseases. This acquisition furthers FINVASIA’s strategic business objectives of investing in traditional business and transforming them. The partnership supports FINVASIA’s commitment to health care to accelerate technology-led innovation in preventive and personalized healthcare services.Effective immedia...
Business Insider | March 06, 2020
Ride-hailing titans Uber and Lyft have each launched a suite of new services aimed at addressing social determinants of health (SDOH), according to Forbes. For context, SDOH refers to health-influencing factors outside clinical settings — such as access to transportation — that drive 80% of health outcomes. And as Uber and Lyft continue proving that their services can help reduce transportation and care costs, we expect to see both brands secure more provider and insurer tie-ups. ......
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