We are here with the latest digital news in the pharma and healthcare sectors. Today we will cover the latest news from Conversa health, Celkon, HealthPlix, Pharma and Healthcare Social Media Market forecast and PathPoint software.
Conversa Health Raises $12M for AI-Powered Chatbots
Conversa plans to use the funding to scale its virtual care and communication platform. 97% of patients who have used its chatbots say they can better manage their care with Conversa. The suite provided by Conversa is used for COVID-19 Virtual Care Programs is being used by innovative organizations like UCSF Health, Northwell, UNC Health, Prisma Health and University Hospitals to provide symptom checking and triage, provide check-ins with quarantined patients, deliver lab results and screen employees, patients and visitors.
Celkon unveils contactless healthcare products for Covid-19
Celkon had entered into various technology collaborations with leading global healthcare products manufacturers in Taiwan, Korea and Japan. The product range also includes modern ultraviolet light-enabled sterilizers, wireless charging disinfection boxes for disinfecting personal items, aerial disinfection equipment, and electrostatic spray guns, among others.
JSW Ventures leads Series B funding in health-tech startup HealthPlix
HealthPlix is one of the health-tech ventures in the past months to attract investor attention as they seek to augment existing healthcare systems with the use of technology and increase access to healthcare. The EMR software reduces a considerable amount of time and digitizes overall clinical operations and treatment methodologies.
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Pathpoint software support for critically ill Covid patients
A new piece of software is helping clinical teams at Northwick Park & Ealing Hospitals monitor and track the progress of Covid-19 patients in intensive care. The software allows large numbers of patients to be tracked with up-to-date handover information immediately available to clinical staff during shift changes and the ability to group patients into cohorts based on their fluctuating health needs.