Earlier this year, AppliedVR shared results of a pivotal study that it plans to submit to the FDA. It received a breakthrough device designation last year to use its VR platform to treat fibromyalgia and lower back pain.
Digital health startup AppliedVR shared results from a pivotal study of its platform for lower back pain relief. The company plans to submit the results to the FDA in the next year.
In an unusual move, the Food and Drug Administration issued an alert about false negatives in startup Curative’s Covid-19 test. The test was being used by the County of Los Angeles, as well as Congress.
Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center, a 600-bed public hospital on L.A.’s Eastside, has no more ICU beds available as the Covid-19 tears through Southern California.
ConsejoSano, a patient engagement platform that works with several of the large insurers, raised $17 million in series B funding. The startup’s focus is to better communicate with patients based on their cultural background.
The Los Angeles-based startup received a breakthrough device designation from the FDA for using VR to manage chronic pain. It recently published the results of a 92-person virtual trial testing VR for pain management at home.
Kaiser Permanente opened its first medical school in Pasadena, California. Its first class of 50 students will have a mixture of in-person and virtual classes this year.