Mobile health devices and wearables have increasingly played a prominent role at the annual CES show in Las Vegas. Health and medical devices touted at CES 2018 seek to improve everything from heart health to posture. Here are nine companies exhibiting digital health solutions at this year’s show. Next >>
California mobile devices maker iHealth Lab said Tuesday it commercially launched its iHealth Ease app-based blood pressure monitor. The iHealth Ease is a blood pressure monitor and cuff that is controlled through an app available through either Apple‘s (NSDQ:AAPL) iTunes or Google‘s (NSDQ:GOOG) Android app store. “Priced under $40 and loaded with advanced features, the app-based iHealth […]
September 24, 2014 by Brad Perriello
California mobile devices maker iHealth is undergoing a major shift, fueled by a $25 million investment from Xiaomi Ventures, the company’s 1st institutional round of funding.
Silicon Valley device maker iHealth is looking to make a big impression with its new Align mobile blood glucose monitor, launching the produce alongside a major reduction in the cost of testing strips after winning FDA clearance this month.
A growing demand for mobile health monitoring devices led to a boom in mobile devices that allow patients to manage chronic illnesses and measure body metrics at home. Now, several companies have won FDA clearance for next-generation health monitoring devices that connect wirelessly to mobile apps and software.
Palo Alto, Calif.-based Glooko will begin selling its second glucose monitoring app and cable device. This product comes with enhanced software that allows patients to program health goals and enhanced data security through advanced encryption.
Here’s a roundup of companies announcing new distribution deals and other joint ventures.