CONNECT PoET and RELIEF apps at William Osler Health System | Brampton Guardian
William Osler Health System had its “share of challenges” last year, said Vanita Varma, chair of the system’s board of directors at the hospital’s annual general meeting, held in June.
Careteam lands spot on Branham Group's list of top 25 up-and-coming Canadian companies | BetaKit
The Branham Group, an Ottawa-based industry analyst and strategic advisory firm, has released its list of Canada's top 25 up-and-coming companies.
Karie - Canadian Company Prepares to Use Biometric Facial Recognition for Positive Patient Identification with an In-Home Prescription Drug Dispensing Device
Home health device maker employs facial recognition software to enable prescription drug verification; biometrics have implications for laboratory patient identification.
Storycare - The best listeners are those who’ve known suffering, too | Globe and Mail
The stakes are high for the princess and her snake-husband in my fairy tale, Dan Yashinsky writes. But they are far higher for the seniors listening
uCarenet aims to transform access to senior home care in Canada | Toronto Guardian
For our latest local business profile, we chatted with Nectarios Charitakis who is the CEO and Founder of uCarenet, an app that aims to transform access to senior home care in Canada.
Interaxon Inc., the World Leader in Consumer Brain Sensing Technology, Announces the Acquisition of Meditation Studio
uCarenet - The Uber(ization) of In-Home Health Care | Zoomer
Caremap is a newly launched app for in-home care that, like Uber, connects users directly with...
Vielight - Living with Dementia – Could light therapy hold the key to fighting one of the world’s most dreaded brain disorders? | Can-India News
Careteam - One-on-one with doctor and entrepreneur Alexandra Greenhill | Global News
Watch One-on-one with doctor and entrepreneur Alexandra Greenhill Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca
Ease e-Home - Study looks at potential of artificial intelligence to help those with memory loss | CBC
A new University of Victoria study will explore how technology like Amazon's Alexa can be used to help those with memory loss.