Another typical post. For new readers, this blog usually is all health care business, policy, and research and one staple is me making fun of the ridiculous names people put on their start-up health care companies. Wellth, which uses behavioral economics to encourage better treatment plan aherence, has raised $10 million in new financing. Now normally I would find a pun or something that I at least think is clever about that name, but right now I am multi-tasking listening to the daily coronavirus briefing, and that is just depressing.
Keona Health, whose software facilitates communication between providers and patients, receives an undisclosed amount of capital.
ReferWell, which helps physicians make referrals to specialists, raised $2.7 million in capital.
ClinOne, a vendor of a remote clinical trial management software platform, has raised an initial funding round of $3.6 million.
Fruit Street goes bananas, becoming the apple of investor's eyes and raising a fresh $17 million in financing for its diabetes prevention program. Hope investors don't end up with sour grapes. Orange you glad I did this post.
Telehealth Solution, which offers telemedicine capabilities in institutional settings, has received an undisclosed amount of additional capital from a private equity firm.
SteadyMD Telehealth raises $6 million in new capital for its telehealth service that allows its doctors to see patients virtually.
Pathway Healthcare is on the road to financial success, securing a new round of capital for its addiction recovery centers.
In this environment, I am impressed if anyone is raising money, but AristaMD garnered $18 million in capital for its software that assists in performing eConsults.
Vault jumps ahead, raising $30 million for its membership model for men's health services.
Heartbeat Health stirs up $8.2 million in financing for its telehealth app to allow patients to talk to cardiac experts and be referred to appropriate care.
Inbox Health collects $4.4 million in a capital raise for its business to help billing companies communicate better with patients and providers.
Health Data Analytics Institute, the kind of nice descriptive name I like, garners a fresh $16 million in funding for its platform that helps health systems predict clinical outcomes.
b.well Connected Health, connects with investors and punctuates its future with $16 million in new funding for some kind of digital, mobile, software, platform, for consumers to collect health data.
RubiconMd, which helps physicians get electronic consults from specialists, raises $18 million in new capital.