LifeImage said today it picked up national mammography and women’s imaging medical exchange network Mammosphere for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition will open up Mammosphere’s existing network, which allows healthcare providers and patients access to prior mammograms, to all healthcare providers currently using LifeImage’s own platform, the company said. “The availability of prior mammograms is critical […]
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LifeImage said today it received a $5 million investment from Zaffre Investments and has added 7 new providers to its list of clients. Zaffre Investments serves as the investment arm of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Newton, Mass.-based LifeImage said. “Health providers and health plans are both seeing significant value associated with image sharing. Physicians […]
LifeImage said last week that it raised $17.5 million in a recently closed funding round. The round was led by Portland, Ore.-based Cambia Health Solutions, a non-profit medical technology company, and joined by existing investors Cardinal Partners, Galen Partners, Long River Ventures, Mass Ventures and Partners Innovation Fund, the company said. "Cambia is committed to […]
LifeImage Inc. completed its second funding round, bringing in $12 million, according to The Boston Globe.
The Newton, Mass.-based start-up develops a cloud-computing based medical image sharing platform.
LifeImage Inc. won a two-year federally-funded medical image-sharing contract.
The Newton, Mass.-based healthcare IT firm was selected by the Radiological Society of North America to serve as a digital "clearinghouse" for an imaging project funded by the National Institute of Health.
LifeImage Inc. raised $5.2 million of a planned $10 million Series B round.
The Newton, Mass.-based medical image e-sharing firm plans to use the financing to expand its sales and marketing endeavors, in addition to engineering and product development, CFO John Reichenbach told MassDevice. The financing proceeds will also cover the company’s negative cash flow, he said.
LifeImage Inc. added three individuals to new leadership positions within the company.
The Newton, Mass.-based medical image e-sharing developer brought in John Esposito, John Ciancarelli and David Wilkins, all of whom have several years’ experience in the healthcare IT industry.
Two of the new hires, vice president of sales Esposito and director of product management Wilkins, came directly from healthcare IT company Amicas Inc. (NSDQ:AMCS), where senior VP of product management and LifeImage co-founder Amy Vreeland was previously a VP.
If you’ve ever had a CT scan, X-ray or MRI, you were likely given a CD to tote around in case you wanted a second opinion. That’s because there isn’t a universal network or database for medical image files, even in an industry that demands standardization.
LifeImage Inc. drummed up another $2.2 million in an equity sale during its second round of financing.
The Newton, Mass.-based company makes software for sharing medical images using so-called “cloud computing,” or Web-based servers, to store and share the images.
Former AcuFocus CEO Mazzo moves to head Ophthamology at Zeiss Carl Zeiss Meditec (ETR:AFX) said this week it tapped ex-AcuFocus CEO James Mazzo as the global president of its ophthalmology business as well as managing the entire company’s U.S. sales and service center. Mazzo comes from a 3-year run as president and CEO at AcuFocus, where […]
Japan’s Asahi Kasei Corp. (TYO:3407), which in 2012 paid $2.3 billion to acquire Zoll Medical, is shuffling the deck at the resuscitation device maker. Former CEO Rick Packer, who led Zoll for 13 years before overseeing the merger with Asahi Kasei, was promoted to primary executive officer and charged with building the healthcare business into “a 3rd […]