April 19, 2021
Renovia, a digital therapeutics maker for female pelvic floor disorders, today shared the closing of its Series C-1 financing round worth $17 million.
The round included previous backers including Perceptive Life Sciences, Longwood Fund, Ascension Ventures and OSF Ventures, in addition to new investor Parian Global Management.
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Renovia's flagship product, leva, is an FDA-cleared...
July 14, 2020
AristaMD completed a $24 million Series B financing round today with additional investments from Ascension Ventures and .406 Ventures.
The new investments follow what was previously an $18 million round, co-led by Cigna Ventures and MemorialCare Innovation Fund (MCIF) and with participation from Avalon Ventures, CU Healthcare Innovation Fund and Stanford Health Care.
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July 30, 2018
Monday morning Olive, a healthcare software company that employs artificial intelligence to automate provider workflows, announced that it closed a $32.8 million Series D financing round led by Oak HC/FT and Ascension Ventures.
“Hospital operations have grown unsustainably complex as providers must adopt new technologies, workflows, and regulations with increasing frequency in order to provide...
September 2, 2015
Sarasota, Florida-based Voalte, which offers a suite of smartphone-based communication tools to nurses and other hospital caregivers, has completed a $17 million from Ascension Ventures, the venture arm of the health system, Cerner Capital, an affiliate of Cerner Corporation, and Bedford Funding.
The first tranche of this round, $10 million, was disclosed in an SEC filing a few months ago. This...
November 25, 2014
Plano, Texas-based remote patient monitoring company Vivify Health has raised the first tranche of funding in what the company expects to be a $15 million round. Strategic investors Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (LabCorp) and Envision Healthcare Holdings were the primary investors in the round, which follows on the company's $7 million round of funding led by two other strategic...
October 23, 2014
New York City-based Phreesia, which offers a tablet-based patient check-in and payment service to healthcare providers, has raised $30 million in funding led by private equity firm LLR Partners. The company says it plans to use the investment to accelerate product development and broaden its customer base around the US. Return backers HLM Venture Partners and Ascension Ventures also contributed...