Mayo Clinic releases mobile app for anxiety management; Voalte receives $6 million in strategic funding;

> The Mayo Clinic last week released a mobile app geared toward helping people reduce and manage anxiety. The app--Anxiety Coach--guides users through confidence-building exercises while tracking anxiety levels in real time. Announcement

> The American College of Surgeons has unveiled a mobile app that provides updated content from its Advanced Trauma Life Support Program to first responders in emergency medical situations. In addition, the ACS also unveiled a mobile app to go along with the release of its latest Advanced Trauma Life Support Student Course Manual. Announcement

> Sarasota, Fla.-based clinical communications technology company Voalte last week announced that it has received $6 million in strategic funding from, among others, an undisclosed health IT company and an undisclosed healthcare system. The company, which develops smartphone solutions to bolster hospital communications efforts, will use the money to triple the size of its workforce over the next 18 months. Announcement

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