Current Health Named Supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s Spark DPS, the Technology Innovation Marketplace
Continuous glucose, the 5th vital sign, now available as part of Current Health. Learn more about our partnership with Dexcom.

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Former Athenahealth exec joins patient monitoring tech startup

Todd Rothenhaus, MD, formerly a senior vice president and CMO of Athenahealth, has joined the board of directors for Current Health, an artificial intelligence-powered remote patient management platform....

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New patient management platform is set to change the face of healthcare, starting in Uganda

Africa’s severe shortage of health workers and facilities renders detection of health issues and prevention of deaths extremely challenging. Now a new patient management platform which detects illness...

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Ugandan medics deploy AI to stop women dying after childbirth

Ugandan doctors are giving new mothers artificial intelligence-enabled devices to remotely monitor their health in a first-of-its-kind study aiming to curb thousands of preventable maternal deaths across...

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Current Health raises $11.5 million for AI-powered remote health monitoring

One startup chasing after it is Current Health (formerly snap40), which Christopher McCann and Microsoft veteran Stewart Whiting cofounded in 2015 with the goal of preventing illness for one million...

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The Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI

In southeast England, patients discharged from a group of hospitals serving 500,000 people are being fitted with a Wi-Fi-enabled armband that remotely monitors vital signs such as respiratory rate, oxygen...

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A machine learning device, meant to monitor the chronically ill, moves into homes

“A wearable device that uses machine learning to remotely track and analyze multiple vital signs has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, expanding the scope of home monitoring systems...

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