RadNet, one of the largest radiology providers in the United States, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire DeepHealth, an imaging technology company focused on using AI to improve breast cancer screening.  

A new partnership between care.ai and the Texas Hospital Association (THA) is focused on getting AI-powered autonomous monitoring technology implemented throughout the Lone Star State.

Countless studies have explored AI’s impact on healthcare providers and the patients they serve—but what about the financial side of things? Looking purely at the bottom line, is AI a wise investment?

Suki, a healthcare technology company based out of Redwood City, California, has announced the completion of a Series B funding round worth $20 million.

SymphonyAI Group, a private group of companies specializing in AI, announced Wednesday, March 4, that it has acquired TeraRecon. No financial details have been shared at this time.

Qure.ai, a Mumbai-based AI startup, raised $16 million in a recent funding round.

When it comes to getting paid patients’ portions for online medical consultations, physicians do better to engage patients attentively and provide high-quality service during the virtual visits than to rely on their standing reputations.

macro-eyes, a Seattle-based healthcare company, has received $2.2 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to improve healthcare access in Tanzania and Mozambique with its Connected Health AI Network (CHAIN) technology.

physIQ, an Indiana-based healthcare company using AI to track the physiological data of patients, has received a $500,000 investment from Purdue University’s Purdue Research Foundation.

GYANT, a San Francisco-based healthcare technology company, has launched an expanded partnership with Cleveland Clinic aimed at improving patient communication.

Oxipit, a Lithuania-based medical imaging solutions manufacturer, and Healthcare Konnect, a Swiss distribution company, have announced a new partnership focused on delivering AI imaging solutions to Nigeria.

Nano-X Imaging (Nanox), an imaging technology company based out of Israel, has announced the completion of a funding round worth $26 million. The company has now raised $55 million overall.