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10 of the latest digital health funding deals

Date Company Amount Round Category
Oct 28, 2020 Sidekick Health $20M Series A Chronic care
Lead investor(s): Wellington Partners, Asabys Partners
Also participating: Novator, Frumtak Ventures
Founded in 2014, the company has built a gamified digital care platform that targets chronic and lifestyle disease management via digital nudges from a helmet-wearing cartoon helper — pushing patients toward relevant information to support more beneficial lifestyle choices as well as offering help with patient treatment management, such as via digital reminders for taking medication and remote patient monitoring for clinicians. The new funding is going towards further growth, both in terms of expanding the product but also accelerating Sidekick's growth in both Europe and into the US market. read more
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Oct 28, 2020 Eagle Genomics $9M Other Microbiome biology
Lead investor(s): Environmental Technologies Fund
Also participating: Granpool Innovative Investments, bpd partners, Anatom Holding, Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, others
Eagle Genomics is a pioneer in applying network science to biology — particularly linked to the microbiome. It will use the investment to further develop the capabilities of its powerful AI-augmented, knowledge discovery platform and to drive further commercial expansion across Europe and the US. read more
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Oct 28, 2020 Human API $20M Series C Health data
Investors: Samsung Ventures, CNO Financial Group, Allianz Life Ventures, Moneta VC, BlueRun Ventures, SCOR Life and Health Ventures, Guardian Life Insurance Company
Human API is building a system to aggregate that information into one place. The San Mateo-based startup pulls in and organizes health data from a number of sources, including EHRs, labs, wearables and health apps. The capital will be used to scale new products and services that enable new product design, granular risk stratification, optimize clinical trial recruitment, support population health management, automate patient monitoring, and digitize chronic disease management. read more
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Oct 28, 2020 Honor $140M Series D Senior care
Lead investor(s): Baillie Gifford, T. Rowe Price Associates
Also participating: Rock Springs, Prosus Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Thrive Capital, 8VC
Honor, one of the largest owned and operated home care companies in the US, will use the money to expand more rapidly into new markets and further invest in its care delivery platform to provide the best personalized care experience for its clients and their families as well as better employment opportunities for Honor's Care Professionals. read more
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Oct 28, 2020 NeoLight $7M Other In-home neonatal care
Investors: Dignity Health, Honor Health Systems, Ben Roethlisberger
NeoLight is an Arizona State University spin-out that aims to get newborns and their parents home sooner, helping new parents facilitate in-home neonatal care. It will use the funds to expand its business globally and finance the development of other neonatal products. To date, the company has raised roughly $15 million. read more
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Oct 28, 2020 Clementine £1M Other Women's health
Lead investor(s): Fortunis Capital
The London-based company provides virtual professional hypnotherapy sessions as well as a suite of wellness products to empower women to feel more confident, capable and on top of their game. It will use the funds for major expansion programme offering additional services — including self-help journals, socially-distanced events with transformative results, a wellness cosmetic and body care collaboration with a leading cosmetologist and an audio series hosted by leading broadcasters. read more
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Oct 27, 2020 Cricket Health $15M Loan Kidney care
Lead investor(s): K2 HealthVentures (K2HV)
Cricket Health will use the funds to further expand its innovative kidney care model to more people across the country through additional payer partnerships. The company also has a new CEO, Robert Sepucha, who previously led government affairs, strategic communications, and industry outreach at Fresenius Medical Care. read more
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Oct 27, 2020 Cohere Health $10M Series A Healthcare platform
Lead investor(s): Flare Capital Partners, Define Ventures
The funding will be used to enhance the company's scalable CohereNext platform that is built on next-generation cloud and data technologies and provides interoperability to existing healthcare infrastructure as well as the emerging digital health economy. read more
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Oct 27, 2020 Nice Healthcare $5M Seed Primary care
Lead investor(s): Waterline Ventures
Also participating: Conductive Ventures, Indie.vc
Minnesota-based Nice Healthcare offers direct primary care services for a set monthly fee, focusing on small- and medium-sized businesses, with its average client having about 40 employees. The company plans to use the funds to bring its benefits to businesses in more states. read more
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Oct 27, 2020 Oula $3.2M Seed Pregnancy care
Lead investor(s): Collaborative Fund
Also participating: Female Founders Fund, 8VC, Metrodora, Kapor Capital, Rock Health, January Ventures, Great Oaks, Tom Lee, Kate Ryder
Oula combines obstetrics and midwifery care to treat birth as a natural life event, with medical interventions only when necessary. This new round of funding will be used to make a key investment in a prenatal clinic opening in Brooklyn Heights in early 2021; a collaborative care model, comprised of midwives and obstetricians as well as doulas, lactation consultants, therapists, and nutritionists; virtual coaching and monitoring that extends care into the home from preconception to postpartum care; event programming covering a range of evidence-based topics to guide informed decision making; and a site for the Oula birth center in Manhattan to offer women another birth option later in 2021. read more
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