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HomeHealthRoundup: Ubie collaborates with Google's Health Connect and more briefs

Roundup: Ubie collaborates with Google’s Health Connect and more briefs

Ubie ties up with Google’s Health Connect (Beta)

Japanese health tech startup Ubie is one of the six launch partners of Google for Health Connect (Beta) in Japan.

Health Connect (Beta) is an Android platform that allows the easy sharing of data between health and fitness apps. It also enables easy management of health data.

This latest partnership connects Ubie AI Symptom Checker, which allows users to search for disease-related information and suitable medical facilities for their conditions, 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 scores $20M for global expansion

India-based enterprise healthcare SaaS company THB has raised $20 million in a growth equity round led by Filter Capital and Edelweiss Discovery Fund Series. 

Based on a press release, THB will use its new funds to pursue international expansion while accelerating growth in its existing markets. It also plans to increase its portfolio of healthcare software solutions, which currently cover patient engagement, doctor engagement, clinical customer relationship management, analytics automation, and customer care automation. 

THB serves over 150 healthcare enterprises across several countries in South Asia, the Middle East, and South East Asia. 


DeepTek.ai wins 510(k) for radiology management platform

Indian AI radiology company DeepTek.ai has obtained the United States Food and Drug Administration’s 510(k) clearance for Augmento, its radiology workflow management solution.

Augmento empowers radiologists with AI-enabled image analysis, automated workflow, and smart reporting tools. It is currently being used in over 350 hospitals and imaging centres in India and in some key hospitals in Singapore. 


Doceree to tap Southeast Asia via 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 statement, the partnership will combine Doceree’s healthcare professional targeting and reach capabilities 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, Philippines, as well as Taiwan, while allowing Hello Health to expand its capabilities to target and reach prescribers within its digital workflow through Doceree’s ESPYIANTM platform.



This story originally appeared on MobiHealthNews

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