mHealthNews Executive shakeup at Integrity Applications and more digital health hires, departures 2017-03-28T20:36:41.000000Z Integrity Applications, which is currently developing noninvasive glucometer GlucoTrak, has announced a major leadership shakeup. Cofounder and previous CEO Avner Gal has stepped down. In his place, serving as CEO and Chairman, will be John Graham, an 18-year veteran of pharmaceutical company Aventi... Tilak Healthcare gets $2.7M for therapeutic mobile games 2017-03-28T20:18:59.000000Z French startup Tilak Healthcare, which is developing video games intended to diagnose and follow-up with chronic diseases, has raised $2.7 million (2.5 million euros) from the iBionext Growth Fund. Adidas releases beta version of All Day, an app to track all aspects of wellness 2017-03-28T19:34:27.000000Z Consistency and dedication may the hallmarks of success for fitness, but that doesn’t mean the apps to support exercise or diet need to be narrow in their focus. Operating on the idea that consumers want flexibility in how they pursue their health goals, Adidas has released a new app that offers a w... Digital health news briefs for 2/28/27: Fate of Samsung's Simband, Tetris could help prevent PTSD 2017-03-28T19:27:30.000000Z Whatever happened to Samsung's Simband? Fast Company has a deep dive today on the story behind Samsung's Simband wearable and SAMI platform, which were announced in a big way back in 2014 but aren't yet available commercially. Parks: Fitness still the leading use case for smartwatches 2017-03-28T18:51:41.000000Z Despite all the convenience features of modern smartwatches, for users it’s still all about fitness, according to recently released data from Parks Associates. Cognoa raises $11.6M to continue validation, FDA submission for child development assessment app 2017-03-27T23:51:08.000000Z Palo Alto, California-based Cognoa, which makes an app to assess child development, has raised $11.6 million in a round led by existing investor Morningside. This brings the company’s total funding to over $20 million. Value-based care, patient engagement, local attention and digital technology are fixes for healthcare industry, report says 2017-03-27T22:07:10.000000Z As lawmakers on Capitol Hill wrangle over the fate of the Affordable Care Act and its would-be replacement, the American Health Care Act, the National Academy of Medicine said its four main priorities for fixing the country's healthcare industry include continuing the shift from Online health insurance marketplace Connecture gets $17.5M to expand coverage markets 2017-03-27T21:41:09.000000Z Brookfield, Wisconsin-based Connecture, an online health insurance marketplace platform, has raised $17.5 million in new financing, according to an SEC filing, with San Francisco-based Francisco Partners leading the round. DarioHealth begins offering third party insurance reimbursement to US customers 2017-03-27T20:59:11.000000Z Delivering on a promise spoken just last week, DarioHealth announced partnerships today that will allow customers in the United States who use the company’s digital diabetes monitoring system to have their products reimbursed by insurance. A 2014 Supreme Court case may be causing a decline in successful digital health patents 2017-03-27T20:38:00.000000Z Two of the biggest digital health patent cases in recent years -- Jawbone versus Fitbit and Teladoc vs American Well -- were ultimately decided based on the precedent set by a 2014 Supreme Court case called Alice v CLS Bank.