funding

By Dave Muoio September 20, 2017
Analyte Health, a Chicago-based lab networking platform active in telehealth, has raised nearly $26.8 million, according to a recent SEC filing. The document lists three unnamed investors. MobiHealthNews has reached out to Analyte Health for confirmation, and will update this story if the company responds. Through arrangements with local diagnostic labs, Analyte Health offers quick-turnaround...
By Dave Muoio September 15, 2017
DreamJay, a San Francisco- and Warsaw, Poland-based sleep app developer, announced today that it has raised $2.3 million in Series A funding. Investors include the Joint Polish Investment Fund (JPIF), Poland’s largest life science venture capital fund, and Nordic Makers, a Swedish fund. The newly acquired capital will be used to continue development of Nightly, DreamJay’s unreleased app, and...
By Jeff Lagasse September 5, 2017
Behavioral health technology company AbleTo secured $36.6 million in financing last week, led by Bain Capital Ventures, and all of its existing investors -- 406 Ventures, Sandbox Industries, HLM Venture Partners, and Horizon Healthcare Services -- participated in the Series B round as well. Strategic investor Aetna also chipped in.   With the fresh investment, AbleTo plans on turbocharging the...
By Jeff Lagasse September 5, 2017
Swedish outfit Aifloo, which produces a smart wristband powered by artificial intelligence, has raised $6 million (€5.1 million) in new funding, according to TechCrunch. EQT Ventures led the Series A funding round.   Seniors are the target demographic for the wristband, as it’s designed to improve the quality of their lives and make things easier for caregivers. The product is equipped with...
By Jonah Comstock December 17, 2015
According to StartUp Health’s year-end report, digital health funding is down from 2014. It hit $5.8 billion so far this year, compared with $7 billion in 2014. StartUp’s report paints this drop as a maturation of the market, contending that though funding has dropped it’s being invested more smartly. The year was dominated by bigger funding rounds at later stages: mid-stage and late-stage deal...
By Aditi Pai December 14, 2015
Venture funding in 2015 has reached $4.3 billion, right on track with 2014, according to Rock Health’s 2015 Year in Review report. There were 279 total deals this year and the average deal size was $15.6 million. Though the number of deals has decreased from last year, the average deal size is higher. Rock Health only including funding deals that are above $2 million and the data is current as of...
By Aditi Pai June 17, 2015
San Francisco-based video visits company Doctor On Demand raised $50 million in a round led by Tenaya Capital with participation from new investors Qualcomm Ventures, Dignity Health, and 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki. Existing investors, Venrock, Shasta Ventures, and Sir Richard Branson also contributed. Doctor On Demand has raised more than $74 million in funding to date. Doctor On Demand offers its...
By Aditi Pai June 2, 2015
Health data platform company BaseHealth raised $3.6 million, according to an SEC filing. BaseHealth has raised at least $9.1 million to date. The company has developed a health assessment service, called Genophen, that payors and providers can offer to members and patients. The service can be added as a feature to a customer's existing health and wellness program. BaseHealth's service collects...
By Aditi Pai December 16, 2014
Since 2010 Boston-based video visits company American Well has raised $81 million in a mix of equity, options, and securities, according to an SEC filing. According to the filing, the investment closes out a round of funding that included tranches in 2010 ($25 million from equity) and 2012 ($12 million more from equity). So the most recent funding apparently totaled $44 million (and included...
By Aditi Pai December 16, 2014
Taiwan-based iFit raised $3 million in a round led by Cherubic Ventures with participation from Yuan-Jin Capital, Sino Strategy Group, angel investor Alan Chien, and former manager of Lenovo Taiwan Ou Ming-Zhe, according to a post from TechCrunch. This brings the company's total funding to just under $4 million. iFit has developed a website that publishes articles about nutrition and fitness....