Telehealth venture Coviu has raised $6 million in the wake of the company’s growth during the coronavirus pandemic. The round was backed by Equity Venture Partners, with investment director Daniel Szekely joining the board, alongside the Giant Leap Fund from Impact Investments, the CSIRO’s VC fund, Main Sequence Ventures and the Medical Angels investment group.… Read more »
Telehealth startup Coviu has Swinburne’s National eTherapy Centre has added text chat to its video functions to help people with mental health issues feel more comfortable when they consult with clinicians. A recent spinout of CSIRO’s digital innovation arm, Data61, Coviu has partnered with Swinburne University’s National eTherapy Centre to offer real-time text chat… Read more »
Access to high quality healthcare in regional Australia is an ongoing challenge, with one enterprising country town, Temora, 420km southwest of Sydney, going so far as to produce a 3-minute music video, “The Great Quack Quest” in a bid to attract GPs. Technology offers one solution, allowing patients in remote locations to consult with medical… Read more »
CSIRO has announced a partnership between Data61’s Coviu and Health Team Australia, which will see a real-time online video platform rolled across Australia.
HealthKit partners with Coviu to provide video consultation capabilities to 15,000 Australian health practitioners
Australian healthtech startup HealthKit has announced today a partnership with Coviu, a startup from Data61. The partnership that will see 15,000 health practitioners provided with video consultation capabilities.
Sydney startup Coviu has been been working on WebRTC, which stands for Web Real Time Communications, where real time video conferences can take place in a person’s browser.
Coviu spun out of Data61 to launch a telehealth service that works with Australia’s slow internet speeds
Coviu, with the help of Data61 has developed a platform from the ground up to target the next technology curve, being video conferencing technology.