e-health

Sting welcomes new companies

This week Sting kicks off the Sting Accelerate and Sting Incubate programs with 14 new, carefully selected, startups. Climate-smart food, neurocognitive tests, micro insurances, an on-demand beauty service and several innovative software services focused on B2B are among the products and services that the selected companies offer. The new Sting companies will receive coaching in […]

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Health Tech company VisueCare sold to Tieto

Tieto has acquired health tech startup VisueCare. VisueCare´s cloud-based solution is developed to facilitate daily tasks in elderly care facilities. The acquisition is part of Tieto’s efforts to broaden their offering related to elderly care for municipalities. VisueCare was founded in 2014 with the aim of easing everyday work for staff and creating smarter ways […]

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Insurance company Länsförsäkringar invests in E-health company Aifloo

E-health company Aifloo raises 12 million SEK from Länsförsäkringar and existing owners to increase safety and security for the elderly so that they can live at home longer. The company develops the world’s first self-learning, e-health systems. Aifloo has developed a technology to increase safety and security, especially for older people, with the help of artificial intelligence. Now […]

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TEST Drive winner No Tinnitus wants to cure through your favorite music

Last week the e-health company No Tinnitus won the entrepreneurial program STING Test Drive Health. During March and April the 15 selected companies have had the chance to develop their business ideas in health. The winner, No Tinnitus, is a digital health company using mobile technology to reach and treat their users. The teams in […]

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