emergency medical services

By Jonah Comstock February 19, 2013
Smartphone-based public safety company Ping4 has raised $3.8 million to develop a next generation emergency alert system and market it worldwide. With more than a million from the founders of the company and $1.8 million raised between January and March last year, the new round brings the company up to $7 million in funding, Ping4 CEO Jim Bender told MobiHealthNews. The $3.8 million raise is made...
By Jonah Comstock November 23, 2012
Beyond Lucid Technologies, a 3-year-old startup that offers a mobile platform for first responders, called Mediview, announced a new investor this week. Dalmore Investments LLC, an angel fund based in Minneapolis, gave the company a six-figure convertible note, according to their website. This appears to be the company's first major raise. It will be added to $420,000 in previously announced seed...
By Brian Dolan March 31, 2009
The mHI Executive Director Peter Waegemann unveiled more details today about the mHI's proposed mHealth project, which initially aimed to make Boston the first mHealth city. Waegemann explained that the project is not about mHealth specifically, but rather about increasing communications between patients and providers in general. The proposed project is to enable consumers in Boston or Seattle or...