Investors

By  Jonah Comstock 01:46 pm September 10, 2013
Frisco, Texas-based population health management company ZeOmega has raised $21.5 million in its second of funding, a raise that comes on the heels of a partnership announcement to develop the company's first mobile apps. The round was led by private fund Bregal Sagemount. The fund's founding partner, Phil Yates, will join the company's board of directors. Others who contributed to the raise...
By  Jonah Comstock 12:51 pm September 10, 2013
Stamford, Connecticut-based Ambio Health, a company developing a low-cost platform for connecting home medical monitors, has raised a third angel round of $525,000. The money comes from mostly existing angels and one new investor, CEO Kevin Jones told MobiHealthNews. With its previous two raises, the company's total funding comes to $2 million since the company was founded in 2011. The Ambio...
By  Aditi Pai 07:15 am September 9, 2013
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based ZappRx raised $1 million in a round of funding led by Atlas Venture’s Jean-Francois Formela and Ryan Moore. Other investors that contributed include Life Sciences Angel Network and Hakan Satiroglu. The money will be used for the e-prescription app, set to launch soon. This is the first public funding raise for the company, which was founded in 2005. In addition to...
By  Aditi Pai 07:19 am September 6, 2013
Last week, Teladoc acquired Consult A Doctor for an undisclosed sum. This news marked the eleventh acquisition so far this year. Four months ago, MobiHealthNews compiled a list of six acquisitions that had occurred so far in 2013, starting in January when athenahealth bought Epocrates for $293 million. Just a month after that, Jawbone acquired Massive Health to improve its wearable health device...
By  Neil Versel 05:50 am September 5, 2013
Quantia Communications, parent company of physician social networking site QuantiaMD, has raised $10 million in Series B venture capital. The money will allow Waltham, Mass.-based Quantia to start marketing its "physician relationship management" services and online community of more than 200,000 physicians to health systems. Publicly traded venture capital firm Safeguard Scientifics contributed...
By  Jonah Comstock 02:16 pm August 29, 2013
Earlier this year, Jawbone bought another company, Palo Alto-based nutrition app maker Nutrivise for an unknown sum, without making any official announcement. MobiHealthNews learned of the acquisition from StartX Health, an accelerator in which Nutrivise participated. Nutrivise was founded in 2011. In 2012 the company created an app, called Here&Now, which it described as "a nutritionist in...
By  Jonah Comstock 09:25 am August 29, 2013
Audax Health Solutions has announced a $20 million funding raise led by Navigy Holdings, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Florida Blue Cross Blue Shield. Additional contributors to the round include former Aetna CEO and current Audax board member Jack Rowe and Dan Rose, VP of Partnerships at Facebook. This round is the company's first publicly-announced equity raise, although the company reports it...
By  Jonah Comstock 11:39 am August 28, 2013
Texas-based iPhone vision test startup Vital Art and Science (maker of MyVisionTrack) has raised $550,000 in first round funding from the North Texas Angel Network (NTAN). The company's flagship product, myVisionTrack, is an iPhone 4S-based shape discrimination hyperacuity test for patients with serious degenerative eye conditions such as diabetic retinopathy (DR) and age-related macular...
By  Aditi Pai 09:27 am August 28, 2013
PT Pal is part of Dallas' Health Wildcatters Dallas-based health accelerator Health Wildcatters announced its first class four months after the launch of the program. Founder Dr. Hubert Zajicek told MobiHealthNews in April that the focus of the accelerator would be to acquaint health entrepreneurs with the realities of the healthcare space. Teaming up Dallas-based general tech accelerator Tech...
By  Aditi Pai 07:46 am August 19, 2013
Aliso Viejo, California-based iCheck Health Connection, a developer of mobile apps for the early detection and tracking of eye diseases, raised $750,816 in funding this week, according to an SEC filing. InterWest Partners led the funding raise, founder David Huang told MobiHealthNews. This brings iCheckHC's total funding to $775,816. InterWest Partners' portfolio includes investments in Doximity...