Rock Weekly: Do health apps need government oversight?
August 4, 2014
Since you’re a Rock Weekly subscriber, you’re likely all too familiar with that five letter acronym, HIPAA. Today we’re announcing two new portfolio companies that make HIPAA compliance easy-peezy. Learn more about Accountable and Aptible here.
Also, today we are proud to announce that portfolio company Kurbo Health picked up $5.8M and launched its mobile app to tackle the childhood obesity epidemic.
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|Proteus Digital Health||$52M||Undisclosed||VentureBeat|
|Emulate||$12M||NanoDimension, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Hansjorg Wyss||Xconomy|
|Kurbo Health||$5.8M||Signia, Data Collective, Promus and Bessemer, Susan Wojcicki||Time|
|EyeNetra||$4M||Khosla Ventures, Khosla Impact||MedCity News|
|OBMedical||$2.1M||New World Angels, Angel Investment Management Group, Atlanta Technology Angels, others||peHUB|
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