Proteus

By Jonah Comstock January 12, 2016
When Proteus Digital Health got its first FDA clearance, Stephen Colbert, then still the host of The Colbert Report, featured the pill on his ‘Cheating Death’ segment. “The sensor can help patients suffering from diseases of the central nervous center, including schizophrenia,” he said. “Because nothing is more reassuring to a schizophrenic than a corporation inserting sensors into your body that...
By Aditi Pai November 17, 2015
Proteus Digital Health, which offers an ingestible sensor and digital medicine system, has hired Molly O’Neill as its chief commercial officer. O'Neill previously served as SVP of business development at Tenet Health, a healthcare services company. Before working at Tenet, O'Neill worked at Ascension Health Care Network, Inova Health System, and Duke University Health System. At Proteus, O'Neill...
By Jonah Comstock July 2, 2015
Proteus Digital Health has received an update to its FDA 510(k) clearance for its digital medicine platform, adding a new indication to the clearance. The system is now, to the company’s knowledge, the first technology to have an indication in its FDA clearance for measuring medication adherence. “We are delighted that our collaborative work with the FDA continues to enable positive progress,”...
By Jonah Comstock January 5, 2015
Funding by category, from Rock Health's report Seed investor Rock Health and digital health academy StartUp Health, two companies that track funding and other data points about digital health, are both reporting 2014 as a record-breaking funding year for digital health in multiple categories. Rock Health places the total digital health funding for 2014 just over $4 billion, while StartUp...
By Jonah Comstock January 18, 2013
Care4Today by Janssen Healthcare Innovation For one reason or another, as many as half the patients in the United States don't take the medication that is prescribed to them at a cost to the US healthcare system of $290 billion a year in waste. That's according to NEHI, formerly known as the New England Healthcare Institute, which has been tracking the medication adherence problem for years....
By Brian Dolan June 24, 2009
At the Healthcare Unbound conference here in Seattle, Qualcomm's Clint McClellan revealed that Lifecomm, a Qualcomm start-up that has been in the works for a number of years, will sell a mobile phone with an embedded glucometer as one of its first offerings. Lifecomm was first announced by Qualcomm in 2005, but has yet to launch. The company will reportedly manage the wireless connectivity...

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