Fitbit’s Latest Acquisition Could Help Manage Chronic Conditions

If you’re someone suffering from a chronic condition, you might be interested to learn that Fitbit’s latest acquisition could help with that. The company has recently announced that they have acquired Twine Health, a health coaching platform designed to help people manage chronic conditions.According to Fitbit’s announcement, “A HIPAA-compliant connected health platform, Twine Health delivers an engaging and user-friendly experience to help people manage chronic conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension, and aid in lifestyle interventions, such as weight loss and smoking cessation, by making it easy for care teams of providers, coaches, friends and family to collaborate on care plans.”Fitbit’s CEO and co-founder James Park adds, “When combined with our decade-plus of experience empowering millions of consumers to take control of their health and wellness, we believe we can help build stronger connections between people and their care teams by removing some of the most difficult barriers to behavior chang

Fitbit’s Latest Acquisition Could Help Manage Chronic Conditions

If you’re someone suffering from a chronic condition, you might be interested to learn that Fitbit’s latest acquisition could help with that. The company has recently announced that they have ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Ubergizmo

Fitbit just acquired a cloud-based health care company that you probably haven’t heard of

Fitbit announced today that it has acquired a small, Boston-based software startup called Twine Health for an undisclosed amount. Twine Health probably isn’t a name that will resonate ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from The Verge

Fitbit's latest acquisition could help you manage health conditions

Fitbit is very familiar with the health care world, and its latest acquisition drives that point home. The company has bought Twine Health, whose centerpiece is a health coaching platform ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Engadget

Fitbit buys Twine Health in bid to become a more serious health care tool

 Fitbit’s been on a bit of a acquisition spree over the last couple of years, as the company’s looked to grow its business inside the stagnating wearables category. This morning, ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from TechCrunch

Fitbit is branching into tech for monitoring chronic health issues

Fitbit just bought a company called Twine Health that could give your tracker better medical capabilities.

Wed 14 Feb 18 from Techradar

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