June 25, 2015
New York-based Cureatr, which has developed a mobile care coordination offering, raised $13 million in a round led by Deerfield Investments with participation from Cerner Capital and Windham Ventures as well as existing investors Cardinal Partners, Milestone Venture Partners, Partnership Fund for New York City, and JMI Services.
This brings the company's total funding to at least $18.7 million....
October 30, 2013
New York-based mobile care coordination offering Cureatr raised $5.7 million to help the company grow and drive adoption of its communication and workflow navigation platform. Cardinal Partners and Milestone Venture Partners led the round with participation from JMI Services and the Partnership Fund for New York City.
On top of the funding, Cureatr is adding Cardinal Partner Managing Partner...
October 16, 2012
The latest in a growing line of accelerators for small digital health companies is distinct from many of the others in that it is backed in part by public money and the mentors are provider organizations seeking technological help in delivering better, more efficient care. It also claims to be the best-funded health IT accelerator in the nation, with an initial commitment of $4.2 million.
May 1, 2012
Last week the New York eHealth Collaborative, the New York City Investment Fund, and the NYS Department of Health launched the New York Digital Health Accelerator (NTDHA), a program for 12 startups that are developing products in care coordination, patient engagement, analytics and message alerts for healthcare providers. The accelerator already has 18 healthcare providers signed up as partners...