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LA Business Journal: Venture Takes Shot With Telemedicine

Telemedicine software developer SnapMD Inc. has closed a roughly $8.5 million Series A round, bringing its total capital raised to more than $9.1 million. The Glendale company’s core product, a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-compliant, cloud-based software platform called Virtual Care Management, utilizes video-streaming to...

MobiHealth News: SnapMD raises $3.25M for telemedicine platform

      Telemedicine platform provider SnapMD raised $3.25 million in Series A financing, bringing the company’s total funding to date at $9.15 million. The funding will be used to advance SnapMD’s core offering, the Virtual Care Management platform, by expanding sales and marketing efforts as well as...

Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review Startup Insider: SnapMD

By: Kelly Gooch September 21, 2016 Becker's Health IT & CIO Review highlights SnapMD's CEO Dave Skibinski for their Startup Insider news series. Senior Reporter, Kelly Gooch, covers SnapMD’s position as a virtual care company in the telemedicine space and how the company came to be.  Click here...

Konica Minolta Chooses SnapMD

Telemedicine technology innovator SnapMD announced today with Konica Minolta that its Virtual Care Management (VCM) telemedicine system has been selected by Konica Minolta’s Business Innovation Center (BIC) division as the company’s platform for its telemedicine initiative. Konica Minolta’s BIC has served healthcare providers for over...

Top Telemedicine Platforms You Might Not See: SnapMD

[Full article published by iTelemedicine] This month, iTelemedicine will look at telemedicine platforms in two articles. In this segment, we examine two “behind-the-scenes” platforms making great strides in the market, yet remaining “invisible”. One provides easy adoption of telemedicine technology into existing operating models in a...

Co-founder George Tierney’s Interview with MedCity News

Recently SnapMD's co-founder and COO, George Tierney sat down with Stephanie Baum of MedCity News to discuss the company's Virtual Care Management cloud telemedicine solution and his views on the direction of the industry at large. Read the full interview here.  ...

Wellness on the Factory Floor

Golden Flake’s potato chip factory provides the setting for Baptist Health Systems to present a practicum in employee wellness. Baptist Health Systems’ Be Well program offers a multi-prong approach to employee wellness, including innovative options such as on-site primary care via a rolling health care RV. A...

SnapMD Client Expands Reach of Health Services in Mississippi

A not-for-profit startup company is finding a niche in Mississippi, offering telemedicine services in a variety of underserved areas while crafting partnerships that link patients in rural areas with providers. TeleHealthONE is the state’s only private telemedicine company, and it’s using a cloud-based product to link...