July 29, 2016
During the month of July, MobiHealthNews reported on 16 digital health companies that raised venture funding. The deals total $149.3 million, which is lower on average when compared to other months this year so far but that's expected for the slower news cycle in the summer.
In the first half of 2016, MobiHealthNews tracked funding for digital health companies that totaled $1.27 billion, as we...
July 13, 2016
Caremerge, the Chicago-based company offering care coordination software for assisted living facilities, has raised $14 million in funding. Insight Venture Partners led this funding round, which will enable Caremerge to expand in the post-acute care market. Additional funders were previous investors Grazyny Kulczyk, Cambia Health Solutions, Ziegler LinkAge Longevity Fund, GE Ventures and Arsenal...
October 6, 2015
Caremerge, a member of StartUp and GE Ventures' first class.
GE Ventures and StartUp Health announced that they would invest in and mentor a second three-year class of health startups, following up on the pair's 2013 collaboration. Unlike the previous iteration, this time they will make an investment of $50,000 in each startup, and will be looking for companies that address two specific areas...
January 6, 2015
Caremerge, makers of a care coordination software for seniors in assisted living facilities, raised $4 million in its first institutional round of funding. Cambia Health Solutions led the round and Generator Ventures, GE Ventures, Arsenal Venture Partners and the Ziegler-LinkAge Longevity Fund also contributed. Caremerge previously raised $2 million from angel investors in July 2013 and has...
July 12, 2013
Caremerge, a Chicago-based company building software for assisted living facilities, has raised $2.1 million in funding from European investors. Grazyna Kulczyk, a Polish entrepreneur, led the round along with an undisclosed Swiss investor.
The company provides care coordination and communication software to senior living communities with a HIPAA-compliant offering that allows residents' health...
April 4, 2013
Last January StartUp Health announced a special class of consumer health startups that would benefit from mentorship and support from GE Healthcare. Now the company has announced its first class of 13 companies (up from 10 originally announced) to participate in the 3-year program, funded through GE's $6 billion healthyimagination initiative.
As we reported at the time, companies in the program...