Friday, August 18, 2017

GuideWell launches startup workshop

GuideWell Innovation announced the launch of Health+Accel, a new one-week pitch competition to fast-track entrepreneurs with innovations that address aging well. The workshop is scheduled for Oct. 30. The winner gets a...

CareCloud breaks into telemedicine game

Health care technology company CareCloud is expanding its offerings with a new telemedicine feature. Physician groups that use the company’s cloud-based platform, which integrates electronic health records and administrative functions, now have...

MDLIVE expands dermatology services with partnership

Health care technology company MDLIVE is expanding its telemedicine services into the realm of dermatology with a new partnership. The Sunrise-based company announced last week that it is teaming up with DermatologistOnCall...

Florida Health Innovators: Paving the Way for Health Entrepreneurs

Most every community is built from stories. They are the oral histories we pass down, the reputations that hold us accountable, and the identity we present to outsiders. But the healthcare...

New CFO hired at one of South Florida’s most well-capitalized startups

Miami-based health technology company CareCloud has a new face in its C-suite. CareCloud chief financial officer R. Scott Lentz will be succeeded by Shari VanLoo, a business consultancy and corporate transaction veteran, the company announced...

SegAna startup pitches ‘phantom lung’ innovation, seeks investors

It wasn’t long after retiring to Orlando three years ago that Rodney Bosley got restless and began searching for another entrepreneurial challenge. The concept for a lung simulator, which can help oncologists...

Local medical device CEO shares plans for drone delivery service

A local medical device firm is finding a new way to use drones to help saves lives. Orlando-based Archer First Response Systems is using modified drones to deliver automated external defibrillators (AED)...

Q&A with MDLIVE CEO Scott Decker: Taking telehealth to the masses

When Scott Decker told friends and colleagues in Portland, Oregon, he was going to be taking the helm of MDLIVE in South Florida, they were surprised. “The outside perception is that there...

Lake Nona leaders share insights on partnerships, innovation, town center, more

Business leaders from four Medical City entities discussed the latest in Lake Nona last week at Orlando Business Journal’s Doing Business in Medical City panel discussion. Here’s a quick recap of some of...

Health system partners with startup on telehealth expansion

Miami Children’s Health System is harnessing the potential of telemedicine to deliver better care to its patients. The parent organization of Nicklaus Children's Hospital announced this week that it will partner with...
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