Quantified Care secures investments from KiwiVentures II for mobile monitoring platform

By Heather Mack

Baltimore-based Quantified Care, which makes a mobile platform to help care providers monitor and engage people with chronic conditions, has secured an investment from KiwiVentures II. The amount is undisclosed and is the third investment from KiwiVentures II.

“Over the last couple years, KiwiVenture Partners has been an excellent supporter in Quantified Care’s efforts to improve patient care and management through digital health technology,” Quantified Care’s CEO Mike Bautista said in a statement. “With this announcement, I am proud to call KiwiVenture Partners an investor in our business and look forward to our continued partnership as we work to grow and scale Quantified Care.”

The company, which was founded in 2013 and raised money on Indiegogo, works as a marketplace and curated digital health platform for both clinicians and consumers. Providers and payers can also provide direct support to patients and engage them to play an active role in their healthcare. The platform aims to act as a digital doctor’s bag, helping clinicians to decide which devices or tools to bring into their practice and helping them to integrate those tools into their workflow.

“We are very excited about our investment in Quantified Care,” Neal Gupta, managing partner of KiwiVenture Partners II, said in a statement. “We believe that Mike Batista and his team at Quantified Care provide a perfect solution for patient monitoring and have a tremendous ability to positively impact patient outcomes.”