The prizes valued at $150,000 awarded to the company that won the 2014 MedTech Innovator competition were nothing to sneeze at; but just as important, if not more so, were the support and exposure the startup received as participants of MTI’s accelerator program.
Medical analytics platform developer Intensix said today it raised $8.3 million in a Series A financing round with funds slated to boost sales and marketing in North America and to accelerate development of its predictive analytics platform.
Digital Health company SilverCloud Health, the leading provider of evidence-based online mental health and behavioral healthcare solutions, announced that it has raised $8.1 million in Series A funding.
Catalia Health is leading the surge in social robotics, with Mabu, their patient care management system. Catalia Health likes to be seen primarily as a health company that utilizes robots, rather than a robotics company.
Two health sciences startup companies in Buffalo scored $50,000 investments from Launch NY on Thursday.
The investments – styled as debt that will eventually turn into equity – marked the conclusion of the Critical Path accelerator program, conducted with Launch NY, the University at Buffalo, Invest Buffalo Niagara and the Western New York Incubator Network.
Two Houston-based women have landed on the prestigious Forbes' 30 under 30 list announced this week.
Health care entrepreneur Jessica Traver, 25, and her biomedical engineer partner, Nicole Moskowitz, 26, created IntuiTap Medical, the first device designed for spinal punctures using imaging and analytics to find the right insertion spot.