August 18, 2020
Cecelia Health, a virtual diabetes and chronic disease management startup, has raised $13 million in Series B funding. Rittenhouse Ventures and Endo Investors co-led the round, which also saw participation from Boston Millennia Partners, SustainVC, G100 Capital and others.
WHAT IT DOES
The company was initially founded as Fit4D, and focused on access to certified diabetes educators (CDE) for...
October 11, 2018
Pfizer recently detailed a number of C-suite shakeups coming in the wake of its incoming CEO Albert Bourla.
Perhaps most relevant to Mobi readers is the appointment of the company's first chief digital and technology officer, Lidia Fonseca. Currently the CIO and SVP at Quest Diagnostics, Fonseca has also held tenure at the Laboratory Corporation of America, Synarc Incorporated and Philips...
September 5, 2018
This morning digital diabetes coaching platform Fit4D landed another $4 million in funding. The round was led by SJF Ventures, C&B Capital, Esther Dyson, and North Haven Capital, with participation from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska and StarUP Health.
The New York City-based startup plans to use the money to continue clinical validation and development of its product.
June 28, 2018
It is highly likely that the following statement has been erroneously attributed to Albert Einstein, but we can hope he, at least, also had some internal debates on the topic.
“It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.”
At SJF Ventures, we’re both impact and venture capital investors, so much of our thinking is dedicated to how technology can dramatically...
April 27, 2017
New York-based Fit4D, which offers digital coaching for people with diabetes, is partnering with global diabetes data management company Glooko to bring a more data-driven approach to their mobile patient engagement tools. The pairing will give Fit4D’s coaches access to Glooko’s device-agnostic platform, which people with diabetes see in the form of a mobile app they can use to automatically sync...
October 7, 2014
StartUp Health has added 13 more companies to StartUp Health's accelerator. The accelerator now has 84 companies in its portfolio.
The company also shared several data points about the startups in its portfolio.
Startups in the program have raised $154 million as of September 2014 and represent seven countries: Canada, India, Ireland, Israel, Spain, and the US. The company explained that 42...
July 7, 2014
Events company Health 2.0 recently announced the startups and healthcare host companies that won the second annual Pilot Health Tech NYC awards, which offer up to $100,000 to help fund a pilot at a healthcare organization. While last year's inaugural group of winners piloted their wares exclusively at hospitals, this year the host company could be any kind of healthcare stakeholder, including...