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By Laura Lovett January 16, 2019
This morning healthcare data platform Innovaccer announced that it has raised an additional $10 million in funding, boosting its Series B funding round up to $35 million.  The additional funding was led by Microsoft’s venture fund M12, with participation from Westbridge Capital and Lightspeed. In May the company announced the first $25 million of its Series B funding, which was led by Westbridge...
By Dave Muoio January 16, 2019
A bot by any other name. It appears that Pillo Health won’t be the only one selling its friendly home health assistant and countertop pill dispenser. Thanks to a strategic investment by Stanley Ventures, Stanley Black & Decker will be offering the same device under the name of “Pria by Black+Decker Home Care Companion.” Judging by a press release as well as the company’s displays and...
By Dave Muoio January 16, 2019
Netanya, Israel-based device maker and telehealth provider Tyto Care brought in $9 million in additional strategic funding from Sanford Health, Itochu and Shenzhen Capital Group. The new backing extends a nearly $25 million Series C round led by Ping An Global Voyager Fund that was announced last year, and brings the round’s total to $33.5 million. What they do Tyto Care offers a remote...
By Dave Muoio January 16, 2019
Ciitizen, a tech startup focused building easy-to-share digital health records, has raised $17 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz, with additional participation from Verily and Section 32. With these investments, Andreessen Horowitz’s Bio fund General Manager Vijay Pande will be joining Ciitizen’s board of directors, while Section 32's Michael Pellini and Verily...
By Leontina Postelnicu January 16, 2019
Chronomics raises £1.12m in seed funding. Chronomics, a consumer epigenetic testing start-up founded in 2017, has secured £1.12m in seed funding, including investment from Anthemis and follow on funding from global venture capital firm SOSV. It has launched what it calls a “unique” epigenetic saliva testing kit that enables people to see how environmental and lifestyle factors, such as diet,...
By Dave Muoio January 16, 2019
The National Institutes of Health made it clear from the start that Fitbit’s wearables would play a key role in the agency’s ambitious All of Us Research Program. Now, eight months and more than 100,000 enrollees down the road, the agency and the device maker have announced that anyone who owns a Fitbit and has already enrolled in the program may consent to release the activity, heart rate, sleep...

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