StartUp Health Insights: French app One-Stop Healthcare raises Series E | Week of May 10, 2022 | by StartUp Health | May 2022
This week’s digital health funding also went to startups in Iceland, Germany, Singapore and across the United States.
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This week, our team tracked over $505 million in reported funding for healthcare innovation, led by Alain, a Paris, France-based health insurance provider that has expanded into other medical products and services. The €183 million ($193 million) Series E round was led by Teachers’ Venture Growth (TVG), with participation from Temasek, Index Ventures, Coatue, Ribbit Capital, Exor, Dragoneer and Lakestar .The source>
Other recent offerings include:
Walnut, a New York, NY-based point-of-sale lending company that helps patients pay for their healthcare over a period of time, raised $10m led by Gradient Ventures, with participation from Newark Ventures, Afore Capital, 2048 Ventures, AngelList, Weekend Fund, Company Ventures, Banana Capital, Goodwater Capital, Muse Capital and individual investors. They also raised $100 million in debt financing led by ClearHaven Capital.The source>
SidekickHealtha Kopavogur, Iceland-based gaming digital healthcare platform designed to support healthcare outcomes, raised $55m led by Novator Ventures, with participation from Wellington Partners, Asabys Partners, Frumtak Ventures and others.The source>
Curebasea San Francisco, Calif.-based startup that provides the physical and digital infrastructure for distributed clinical trials, raised $40 million.The source>
Element5a San Jose, CA-based AI-powered process automation solution for post-acute car2, raised $30M led by Insight Partners.The source>
Nesa New York, NY-based fintech company that creates credit cards to reduce the cost of healthcare, raised $15.5M led by Will Ventures, with participation from Core Innovation Capital , Accomplice, Digitalis, GFC, Portage Ventures, Refactor Capital, RiverPark, Atypical , and individual investors.The source>
Mikea Berlin, Germany-based digital therapy for cancer patients, has raised €10 million ($10.5 million) from Debiopharm, Ship2B Ventures, Ananda Impact Ventures and EquityPitcher Ventures.The source>
Avaa San Francisco, Calif.-based startup that uses voice recognition technology to help the hearing impaired, raised $10 million from Khosla Ventures.The source>
Hearda Seattle, WA-based startup that provides administrative services to mental health professionals, raised $10 million led by Footwork, with participation from Founders’ Co-Op, Act One Ventures and individual investors.The source>
StimSciencea sleep-focused Berkeley, Calif.-based personalized neuroscience startup raised $8.3 million led by Khosla Ventures, with participation from Monozukuri Ventures and Great Eagle Holding.
Competence a Newark, NJ-based startup building a behavioral health center for children and families that includes both virtual care and modern clinics, raised $6.2 million co-led by Newark Venture Partners and NextView Ventures, with participation from 25madison Ventures, Arkitekt Ventures, Quantum Angels and other investors.The source>
Hannah Life Technologiesa Singapore-based fertility startup, raised $5.15 million led by Monk’s Hill Ventures, with participation from Golden Gate Ventures, Anthro Ventures and Jack Wang, PhD.The source>
Improved healtha Stamford, CT-based MSK healthcare platform, raised $5 million from Montage Ventures, Connecticut Innovations, WTI, Ikigai Healthcare Fund and other investors.The source>
NotiSpherea Manhattan Beach, CA-based startup focused on transforming the medical reminder alert process, raised $3.6M led by Royal Street Ventures, with participation from Okapi Ventures, Stage Venture Partners, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Coelius Capital, Supernode Ventures and Cedars Sinai Health Ventures.The source>
fast fitnesscreators of a smart bodybuilding system, raised $2.5 million.The source>
Kabataa Los Angeles, Calif.-based startup that creates connected dumbbells, has raised $2 million from Courtside Ventures, Detroit Venture Partners, Tribe Capital and individual investors.The source>