Ubie joins Google’s Health Connect (beta).
Japanese health tech startup Ubie is one of Google’s six launch partners for Health Connect (Beta) in Japan.
Health Connect (Beta) is an Android platform that enables easy data sharing between health and fitness apps. It also allows for easy health data management.
This latest partnership connects Ubie AI Symptom Checker, which enables users to search for disease-related information and appropriate medical facilities for their condition, with Health Connect (beta). This integration improves the accuracy of symptom-related questionnaires on Ubie by learning various health-related data collected via Health Connect (beta).
THB raises US$20 million for global expansion
India-based enterprise healthcare SaaS company THB has raised $20 million in a growth capital round led by Filter Capital and Edelweiss Discovery Fund Series.
According to a press release, THB will use its new funds to fuel international expansion while accelerating growth in its existing markets. The company also plans to expand its portfolio of healthcare software solutions, which currently includes patient engagement, physician engagement, clinical client relationship management, analytics automation and client care automation.
THB serves over 150 healthcare companies in multiple countries in South Asia, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
DeepTek.ai wins 510(k) for Radiology Management Platform
Indian AI radiology company DeepTek.ai has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration for Augmento, its radiology workflow management solution.
Augmento supports radiologists with AI-supported image analysis, automated workflows and intelligent reporting tools. It is currently used in over 350 hospitals and imaging centers in India and some key hospitals in Singapore.
Doceree opens up Southeast Asia through new partnership
India-based Doceree, a programmatic marketing platform for healthcare professionals, has entered into a new long-term partnership with health information provider Hello Health Group.
According to a press release, the partnership will combine Doceree’s targeting and reach capabilities for healthcare professionals with Hello Health’s patient and consumer reach and engagement solutions.
This will give Doceree access to key Southeast Asian markets including Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Singapore, the Philippines and Taiwan, while also allowing Hello Health to expand its capabilities to target and reach prescribers within its digital workflow via Docerees ESPYIANTM platform.