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Center Nano

Check your blood sugar from your phone 📱

Test blood sugar directly from your phone! The Center Nano automatically uploads your data to the Center app, which syncs with CGMs, fitness trackers, insulin pumps, and your favorite health apps, helping you see all your data in once place and understand what’s affecting your diabetes! 📈

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Uber Health

Cost-efficient, reliable transportation for patients

Uber has launched a new service that will allow hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and other health care organizations to order and schedule car rides for patients. Uber is not charging a fee to use the service. The health care providers only have to pay for the ride.

TechCrunch
Uber's launching a new business line called Uber Health on Thursday that will provide a ride-hailing platform available specifically to healthcare providers, letting clinics, hospitals, rehab centers and more easily assign rides for their patients and clients from a centralized dashboard - without requiring that the rider even have the Uber app, or a smartph… See more
The Atlantic
The ride-sharing company is launching a service that allows doctors to hail cars for their patients. The ride-sharing company Uber is launching a new service that will allow hospitals and doctors to book rides for their patients.
Axios
Companies can use Uber to schedule car rides for patients.
CNNMoney
Uber Heath will partner with health care providers, who will be able to schedule rides for patients using a special digital platform. The providers cover the cost of the rides. The digital dashboard, which adheres to the federal privacy law HIPPA, lets doctors alert patients to their rides via SMS messages or by printing out a piece of paper.
TechCrunch
Uber's launching a new business line called Uber Health on Thursday that will provide a ride-hailing platform available specifically to healthcare providers, letting clinics, hospitals, rehab centers and more easily assign rides for their patients and clients from a centralized dashboard - without requiring that the rider even have the Uber app, or a smartph… See more
Business Insider
Uber has announced Uber Health, a service that lets healthcare companies book rides for patients. It's not a replacement for ambulances, but instead a way for patients to get to and from their scheduled appointments. It's been in testing since July 2017, and is now launching across the US.
Medium
Editor's Note: Last year, Uber ran a pilot program called ealth in four U.S. cities, making flu care packages and the option to receive a flu shot available on-demand through the Uber platform.
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