mRemedy

By Aditi Pai July 26, 2013
Raleigh, North Carolina-based Axial Exchange, a mobile app developer, raised just under $5 million from undisclosed investors, according to an SEC filing. Axial Exchange is backed by a syndicate of venture capital firms, led by Canaan Partners. The company recently announced a series of enhancements to its mobile patient engagement app which include prioritizing elements related to day-to-day...
By Brian Dolan June 14, 2012
Care transitions technology provider Axial Exchange has acquired mRemedy, a mobile health app company formed by the Mayo Clinic and DoApp in late 2009. While the companies did not disclose specific financial details about the acquisition, Mayo Clinic and Axial's existing investor Canaan Partners both invested in Axial Exchange to help it complete the acquisition. The resulting company now counts...
By Brian Dolan January 12, 2010
Last week we reported on Mayo Clinic's new mobile-focused startup: mRemedy, which is creating smartphone applications based on Mayo's medical research. mRemedy is a joint collaboration with application developer DoApps. The venture's first application was a meditation application that teaches users breathing exercises and other methods for reducing stress. According to a report from...
By Brian Dolan January 7, 2010
The International 2010 Consumer Electronics Show kicked off this week with a flurry of news, but come Saturday a portion of the CE industry's attention will be focused on connected health devices and services at the Digital Health Summit co-located at the event. Despite the event season's early start, however, wireless health companies have already begun making news in the New Year: Wellcore, a...
By Brian Dolan January 6, 2010
Mayo Clinic has partnered with smartphone application developer DoApps to form a new start-up, called mRemedy, which is focused on creating health apps for smartphones. mRemedy's apps will be based on Mayo Clinic's research and services. The first mRemedy app, Mayo Clinic Meditation, launched last week for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch. The app, which teaches users relaxation and breathing...