Rock Weekly: Larry Page wants to make your health data public
March 24, 2014
Last week at TED, Larry Page called for patient health records to become a public utility, despite the impossibility of maintaining privacy. Apple’s rumored might be a good place to begin mining data. Chatter around the technology giant’s healthcare ambitionsincreased last week after designs detailing personal health tracking were leaked.
You may have noticed that Larry took the TED stage sans-Glass, probably because our portfolio company Augmedix just raised $3.2M to bring all available units to the doctor’s office.
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|AbilTo||$6M||BlueCross BlueShield Venture Partners, Sandbox Industries||VentureBeat|
|Tyto Care||$4M||OrbiMed Israel Partners, Lionbird||MobiHealthNews|
|Augmedix||$3.2M||DCM, Emergence Capital Partners||VentureBeat|
|]First Stop Health||$2.2M||Undisclosed||MedCity News|
|CorTechs Labs||Undisclosed||Genting Berhad||FinSMEs|
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