care coordination

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By  Mallory Hackett 11:54 am March 17, 2021
Today Viz.ai, an artificial intelligence care coordination company, shared the closing of its Series C funding round worth $71 million. Scale Venture Partners and Insight Partners led the financing with participation from Greenoaks, Kleiner Perkins, Threshold Ventures, CRV, Innovation Endeavors and Susa Ventures. This latest round comes about a year and a half after its $50 million Series B raise...
Dina's care coordination platform on a laptop screen
By  Laura Lovett 12:15 pm January 20, 2021
This morning in-home care coordination platform Dina announced a $7 million Series A funding round. Osage Venture Partners led the round with participation from First Trust Capital Partners. This comes roughly four years after the company raised $4 million from Chicago Ventures, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Beverly Capital and Meridian Capital. WHAT IT DOES The platform uses artificial...
By  Dave Muoio 03:19 pm July 15, 2020
Three health tech startups and spinouts announced today a merger to become a single entity focused on delivering virtual-care products and population health insights for seniors. Curavi Health, CarePointe and U.S. Health Systems (USHS) are set to become wholly owned subsidiaries of the new company, Arkos Health, and the executive teams of each will be merged. UPMC's existing stake in Curavi (...
By  Dave Muoio 12:28 pm February 11, 2020
Gento, a tech-enabled home health staffing startup, has picked up $5 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Palisades Growth Capital, and brings Gento’s total raise to more than $7 million. WHAT THEY DO Through its app-based platform, Gento (formerly Nursing Without Walls) matches care professionals with post-acute care providers such as home health agencies and skilled nursing...
By  Dave Muoio 01:21 pm November 21, 2019
Give InKind, a digital platform for coordinating caregiving and social support, has notched a pre-seed investment round of $1.5 million, it announced yesterday. The startup highlighted a $100,000 investment from Trilogy Equity Partners tied to its participation in Ready Set Raise accelerator, and also listed support from Madrona Venture Group, SeaChange Fund, Keeler Investments, FAM Fund, and...
By  Dave Muoio 03:11 pm August 12, 2019
Last week Experian Health, maker of a healthcare revenue cycle management platform and other health IT enterprise tools, announced that it signed an agreement to acquire Nashville-based digital care coordination company MyHealthDirect. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. "Experian Health’s mission is to use data-driven insight to connect and simplify healthcare for all,” Jennifer Schulz,...
By  Dave Muoio 03:12 pm June 20, 2019
New York’s Northwell Health has partnered with Chicago-based NowPow to offer the latter’s software platform to patients grappling with environmental and social detriments to their health. NowPow’s technology uses the diagnostic codes in patients’ health records to spot unmet non-medical needs, such as access to healthy food. From there, the platform’s algorithms match and recommend these patients...
By  Dave Muoio 11:25 am March 21, 2019
Unite Us, a care coordination software maker that looks to connect social services with healthcare, has raised $35 million in a Series B round led by Oak HC/FT, according to a press release. With this, the company has raised a total of $45.3 million in funding. Newcomers Town Hall Ventures and Define Ventures also joined the round, as did returning backers Scout Ventures, Luminate and New York...
By  Laura Lovett 01:30 pm March 12, 2019
This morning Olio, a platform that links hospital teams with post-acute providers for care collaboration, landed $2.5 million in seed funding. While the company is not disclosing the individual investors, it did specify that Innovatemap Ventures was on the list of funders.  What they do  The care coordination platform lets the care team at a hospital including doctors and administrators get...
By  Dave Muoio 11:00 am May 22, 2018
Home care technology company Honor has brought in $50 million in Series C financing, the company announced this morning, bringing the company’s total funding to $115 million. The funding round was led by Naspers Ventures, with additional participation from existing investors Thrive Capital and Andreessen Horowitz. Honor President Nita Sommers told MobiHealthNews that the funding will primarily be...