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New Zealand startup HeartLab raises $2.45M to bring heart scanning software to the US

– HeartLab, a medtech startup, raised $2.45m in seed funding.
– The company plans to expand its AI-powered heart scanning and reporting platform to cardiologists in the United States by early next year.
– HeartLab provides an end-to-end solution for echocardiograms, the ultrasound tests that doctors use to examine a patient’s heart structure and function.

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Tia Raises $100 Million Series B to Scale “Whole-Woman, Whole-Life” Healthcare Model

– Tia, the modern medical home for women, announced a $100m Series B funding round led by Lone Pine Capital with additional participation from other investors including Threshold, Define Ventures, Torch Capital, ACME, Compound, Combine, The Helm, Human Ventures, Seae Ventures and Gingerbread Capital.
– This brings Tia’s total funding to $132m.
– Tia will use the fresh investment to scale its “whole-woman, whole-life” model to more than 100,000 women by 2023.
– The funding will also help Tia grow its virtual & in-person operations in existing and new markets while expanding its service lines to care for women throughout their entire lives — from puberty to menopause.

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DotCom Therapy Closes $13 Million Series A Funding to Address Shortage of Mental Health Resources for Children Across Healthcare Systems

– DotCom Therapy (DCT), the most comprehensive pediatric teletherapy provider, announced that it has raised $13 million in Series A funding to drive the expansion of its pediatric teletherapy resources, especially within healthcare systems nationwide.
– The expansion will help to address the dire widespread shortage of professional therapists and mental health resources in that sector.
– The financing was led by New Capital Partners with participation from LRVHealth and OSF Ventures.

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DotCom Therapy Raises $13M in Series A Funding

– DotCom is a Madison WI-based pediatric teletherapy provider.
– Company raised $13m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by New Capital Partners with participation from LRVHealth and OSF Ventures, Will Cowen, general partner of LRVHealth, Stan Lynall, James Outland, Mark Bakken, Dr. Colleen Kraft and Rachel Mack Robinson.
– The new investment will be used to advance the features and functionality of its proprietary technology, Zesh, grow its customer base of schools across the country, and scale its partnerships with providers and payers in the healthcare industry.

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Singapore-based caregiving startup Homage raises $30M Series C

– Homage, a caregiving-focused startup, raised $30m in Series C funding.
– The round was led by Sheares Healthcare Group and joined by new investors DG Daiwa Ventures and Sagana Capital, and returning backers East Ventures, HealthXCapital, SeedPlus, Trihill Capital and Alternate Ventures.
– The funding will be used to develop Homage’s technology, continue integrating with aged and disability care payer and provider infrastructure and speed-up its regional expansion through partnerships with hospitals and care providers.
– Homage currently operates in Singapore, Malaysia and Australia.
– Homage’s services include home visits from caregivers, nurses, therapists and doctors; telemedicine; and services for chronic illnesses.

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Ellipsis Health Raises $26M in Series A Funding

– Ellipsis Health is a San Francisco, CA-based developer of a voice vital sign to quantify and manage depression and anxiety at scale.
– The company raised $26m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by SJF Ventures with participation from AblePartners, Akhil Paul at Caparo Group, Alumni Ventures, Divesh Makan, Gaingels, Gary Loveman, Generator Ventures, Greycroft, Helmy Eltoukhy, Joanne Bradford, Khosla Ventures, Luminous Ventures, Marc Benioff’s TIME Ventures, Richard Socher, Ricardo Villela Marino, SpringTide Ventures, and What If Ventures.
– The company intends to use the funds to continue to grow its customer base, expand global partnerships, build a multidisciplinary team, research, and develop new voice-based technology, expand its voice vital sign to address the mental health of children and adolescents.

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Whoop Raises $200M in Series F Funding at $3.6 Billion Valuation

– Whoop, a Boston MA-based human performance company, raised $200M in Series F funding.
– The round was led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2 with participation from IVP, Cavu Ventures, Thursday Ventures, GP Bullhound, Accomplice, NextView Ventures and Animal Capital.
– The company intends to use the funds to invest in research and development to build the future of wearable technology, expand hiring across engineering, data science and analytics, acquire leading technology companies to evolve the membership offering, and enter new markets through strategic international expansion.

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Celebrity chef Michael Chernow whips up new lifestyle brand, Kreatures of Habit, raises $2.2M

– Michael Chernow raised $2.2m to launch Kreatures of Habit, a lifestyle and wellness brand.
– The idea for Kreatures of Habit stemmed from Chernow’s own life, celebrating 17 years of sobriety.
– He started with breakfast — his favorite meal of the day — and began looking at his sustenance of choice: oatmeal, protein and vitamins.
– He is targeting the $3.3 billion pre-packed oats market with his first product, a direct-to-consumer instant oatmeal called The PrOATagonist.

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Ultrahuman Raises $17.5M in Series B Funding

– Ultrahuman, a Bengaluru, India-based healthtech wearable glucose tracker, raised $17.5m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by Alpha Wave Incubation (AWI), Steadview Capital, Nexus Venture Partners, Blume Ventures and Utsav Somani’s iSeed fund, as well as Tiger Global’s Scott Schleifer, Sandeep Singhal, Kunal Shah, Sujeet Kumar, Deepinder Goyal, Gunjan Patidar, Gaurav Munjal, Revant Bhate, Mohit Gupta, Vikram Dhingra and Roman Saini.
– The company intends to use the funds for geographical expansion and improvement of its biomarker technology.

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Hamburg-Based Sport Alliance Secures €60M Growth Investment from PSG

– Sport Alliance announced €60m growth investment from PSG.
– Company’s objective is to digitize the global fitness industry.
– Sport Alliance delivers innovative software solutions and services to fitness chains, franchise systems, and independent fitness providers in an effort to make gym management more efficient and broaden digital access to sports and exercise for their members.
– Company already counts more than 5,000 sports and health facilities among its customers in the DACH region.
– Sport Alliance’s product portfolio is currently available in countries including Italy, Spain, France, the UK and the USA.

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Aviron Raises $4.5M in Funding

– Aviron, a Toronto, Canada-based experience-driven connected rowing machine built on an advanced gaming platform, raised $4.5M in funding.
– Backers included Samsung Next, Formic Ventures, GFC, Y Combinator and others.
– The company intends to use the funds to accelerate expand operations and its business reach internationally.

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Revery gets $2M to improve mental health with mobile gaming techniques

– Revery, a sleep-focused mobile app, raised $2m in funding.
– The round was led by Sequoia Capital India‘s Surge program and joined by GGV Capital, Pascal Capital, zVentures (Razer’s corporate venture arm) and angel investors like MyFitnessPal co-founder Albert Lee; gaming entrepreneur Juha Paananen; CRED founder Kunal Shah; Mobile Premier League founder Sai Srinivas; Carolin Krenzer; and Josh Lee.
– The company plans to launch its app in the United States later this year.

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Silofit Raises $12.25M in Funding

– Silofit is a network company which develops and operates private micro-gyms.
– The company raised $10.25M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Whitecap Ventures Partners with participation from Courtside Ventures and Alate Partners, David Grutman, Fitt Ventures and Fitt Insider.
– The company intends to use the funds to support its expansion to the U.S. market, which includes opening 50 new Silos across five U.S. cities, beginning with Miami and Chicago, and build out its leadership team adding 25 new hires over the next year to its current team of 50 employees based in Montreal and Toronto; and establishing its U.S. headquarters in Miami.

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87% Raises £1.6M Seed Funding

– 87%, a London, UK-based workplace wellbeing platform provider, raised £1.6M in seed funding.
– The round was led by Aviva Foundation.
– The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand its business reach into the corporate sector.

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Obé Fitness raises $15M for its personality-driven exercise platform

– Obé Fitness, a fitness platform, raised $15m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by CAVU Venture Partners and featured Athleta, Samsung Next, Wheelhouse Entertainment and WW International along with previous investors Cassius Ventures, Ludlow Ventures, Harris Blitzer Sports Entertainment and BDMI.
– It brings Obé to a valuation of $100m.
– The company plans to use the funding to expand its content library and grow its user base.

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Citytrow Raises $12M in Series A Funding

– Citytrow from New York offers rowing classes through its combined at-home digital platform and nationwide brick-and-mortar studio network.
– The company raised $12M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by JW Asset Management with participation from Sol Global, K2. JW Asset Management, and Fyllo.
– The new investment will be used to enhance the at-home digital platform, launch live-streaming classes and expand its company-owned and franchise studio model.

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CityRow raises $12M for connected rowing machines and studios

– CityRow, a home fitness company, raised $12m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by JW Asset Management, with help from Sol Global and K2.
– The company plans to use the funding to add livestreaming classes to its current on-demand content selection.
– It also plans to double its headcount in the next year.

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Fitness app HealthifyMe to expand worldwide after raising $75M Series C from LeapFrog and Khosla Ventures

– HealthifyMe, a fitness app, raised $75m in Series C funding.
– The round was led by LeapFrog and Khosla Ventures, and joined by Unilever Ventures, Elm and Healthquad.
– The company plans to grow its user base in India, Southeast Asia and North America.

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Arena Raises $5.2M in Funding

– Arena Innovation Corp. is a San Francisco, CA-based connected fitness company.
– The company secured $5.2m in seed financing.
– Backers included Courtside Ventures, Powerhouse Capital, and Wellness Holding, the investment office of the founders of Technogym, as well as angel investors Equinox Group cofounder Lavinia Errico, Anthony and Joe Vennare of Fitt Insider, New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios, and Russ Angold, cofounder and former CTO of Ekso Bionics.
– The new investment will be used to launch its premier product aimed at advancing strength training.

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Gympass Pulls In $220M Funding Round

– Gympass, the largest corporate wellbeing platform, today announced the new investment round of $220M.
– The new investment made by Softbank, General Atlantic, Moore Strategic Ventures, Kaszek and Valor Capital Group.
– As people flock back to the gym, Gympass has seen its valuation more than double to $2.2B, reflecting the increased importance of wellbeing for companies.

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BreezoMeter Closes $30 Million Series C to Bring Street-Level Environmental Intelligence to Consumers Through Cars, IoT Devices and Other Connected Experiences

– BreezoMeter closed its $30m Series C funding round.
– The round was led by Fortissimo Capital, an Israeli private equity investment group with $1.6 under management, together with Entrée Capital, which has backed BreezoMeter since its founding.
– Existing investors JumpSpeed Ventures, Launchpad Digital Health, AxessVentures and Eurazeo also participated in the round.
– BreezoMeter is entering the advanced stages of developing its new monitoring, forecasting and alert systems for environmental hazards, such as air pollution, pollen and fires.
– The funding will additionally fuel the development of products that transform real-time environmental data into actionable insights, so that individuals can make informed decisions about when to go outside, how to best protect themselves, which travel routes to take, and even where to live.

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Paceline Raises $29.5M in Series A Financing

– Paceline, a San Francisco, CA-based retail health and wellness platform that incentivizes consumers to live a healthy lifestyle, closed a $29.5m Series A financing round.
– The round was led by Acrew Capital, with participation from Mubadala Capital along with existing investors.
– The company intends to use the funds to build out its team, expand their rewards program and further extend the rollout of a full embedded financial platform later this year.

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asensei Raises $2.2M in Funding

– asensei, a San Francisco, CA-based Connected Coaching technology platform, closed a $2.2m seed funding round.
– The round was led by existing investor KB Partners, with participation from new investors including Northwestern University, Alex Alimanestianu (former CEO Town Sports International, and investor/advisor to Mirror and their founder), former NFL wide receiver Scotty McKnight and former NFL quarterback Mark Sanchez.
– The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth as a B2B provider to fitness and physical therapy brands.

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Form Health Raises $12M in Series A Funding

– Form Health is a Boston, MA-based obesity telemedicine company.
– The company raised $12M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by M13 with participation from SignalFire and NextView Ventures.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s availability to 90% of the US population.

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Betterfly Raises $60 Million Series B in Latin America’s Largest Insurtech Round

– Betterfly, the purpose-driven benefits platform, announced that it has raised $60m in Series B from partners of DST Global, QED investors, Valor Capital, Endeavor Catalyst and the SoftBank Latin America Fund.
– The $60m Series B represents Latin America’s largest insurtech fundraising round and comes just six months after Betterfly raised its $18m Series A.
– The round brings Betterfly’s total equity raised to $80m.
– Betterfly, founded in 2018 by Endeavor entrepreneur Eduardo della Maggiora, is reimagining both product and distribution in the global insurance market and has developed a unique embedded insurance B2B2C model that integrates wellbeing, insurance and social purpose with a mission to help people do better, live better, and be better.

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Framework Raises $3M in Seed Funding

– Framework, a NYC-based platform designed to help health and wellness businesses create branded virtual wellness programs, emerged from stealth with $3m in seed funding.
– The round was led by True Ventures with participation from Uprising, Clay Point Investors, and LookingGlass.
– The company intends to use the funds expand operations, its development efforts, business reach, supporting health and wellness experts in scaling their impact.

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Liteboxer, the Peloton of boxing, raises $20 million Series A

– Liteboxer, the Peloton for boxing, has announced the close of a $20m Series A funding round.
– The round was led by Nimble Ventures and joined by B. Riley Venture Capital, and existing investors Raptor Group and Will Ventures.
– Liteboxer launched publicly to the world in July of 2020, announcing an in-home device that brings gamification, hit music and a touch of entertainment to a boxing workout.
– Content is a big piece of the puzzle with Liteboxer. For $29/month, users get access to unlimited training sessions and workouts led by Liteboxer trainers.
– The Liteboxer also has a Quick Play option that forgoes the trainer content and lets users workout based on the song they choose.

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TailorMed Fuels Further Growth with a $20 Million Financing, Led by Providence Ventures

– TailorMed Medical Ltd. announced a $20m investment.
– The financing was led by Providence Ventures, with new investors UnityPoint Health Ventures, Almeda Ventures, Bridges Israel and Discount Capital.
– The company was founded with a personal mission to help patients and the US healthcare industry tackle the financial challenges of care delivery.
– TailorMed’s best-in-class platform automates the process of identifying financially at-risk patients, matching and enrolling them in financial resources such as: co-pay assistance, replacement drug programs, government subsidies, community and state resources, assistance from disease-specific foundations, and programs that support patients with their living expenses.
– For patients, the platform can help reduce out-of-pocket responsibility, eliminate downstream financial hardships and avoidance of care.

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Growve Raises $175M in Funding

– Growve, a St. Petersburg FL-based company which specializes in acquiring and operating natural supplement brands, raised $175M in funding.
– The round was led by Palm Beach Capital.
– The new credit facility includes multiple bank syndication partners – Truist Bank, Compeer Financial, Wells Fargo, N.A., First Horizon Bank, JP Morgan Chase & Co., Synovus Bank, South State Bank, N.A., Atlantic Capital Bank, N.A., HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and Seaside Bank and Trust, a division of United Community Bank.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand acquisition of omnichannel natural wellness & body care brands and organig growth.

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Hello Heart Completes $45M Series C

– Hello Heart, a heart health digital therapeutics solution, has completed a $45m Series C led by IVP.
– Hello Heart’s existing investors, including Khosla Ventures, BlueRun Ventures, Maven Ventures, and Resolute Ventures also participated in the round.
– Hello Heart’s mission is to empower people to manage and improve their heart health using digital technology.

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Noom Announces $540 Million in Growth Funding to Further Accelerate Expansion of its Digital Health Platform

– Noom announced its approximately $540m Series F funding led by Silver Lake.
– The round was also participated by Oak HC/FT, Temasek, and Novo Holdings.
– Existing investors Sequoia Capital, RRE, and Samsung Ventures also participated.
– Noom is a leading digital health platform focused on behavior change.
– The company applies a highly-differentiated, psychology-based approach to health and wellness by harnessing behavior change and technology to create long-term positive health outcomes.
– With more than a decade of research, innovation, and product development, Noom has attracted millions of global users to its powerful consumer-first platform.

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Wysa Closes $5.5M Series A Funding

– Wysa is a Boston MA-based company that provides an AI-powered mental health platform.
– The company raised $5.5M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by W Health Ventures with participation from Google Assistant Investment, pi Ventures and Kae Capital.
– The new funding will be used to expand the company’s business reach, as well as scale up its sales team and therapist network.

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DeltaTrainer Raises $3.3M to Make One-on-One Fitness Training Accessible via Wearable Technology

– DeltaTrainer, a one-on-one remote personal training company, announced today that it has raised a $3.3m round of seed funding led by TenOneTen Ventures, with participation from Alpha Edison, Maven, and other angel investors.
– Funds will be used to hire technical talent, expand the company’s roster of personal trainers, and for marketing and customer acquisition.
– DeltaTrainer provides one-on-one personal training virtually by tracking a user’s movements via Apple Watch motion analysis. The company uses machine learning to scale the capability of real fitness experts, based on hundreds of proprietary automations that estimate strength, tailor workouts, and interpret workout data. Each client is paired with a real human trainer who provides individualized pacing and form feedback, expert motivation, and personalized workouts that integrate the equipment that clients already have and use at home.

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Impact Biosystems Closes $4.5m Series Seed for Active Recovery Tech

– Impact Biosystems closed $4.5m in new funding, co-led by Will Ventures and NextView Ventures.
– Based on proven methods developed for professional athletes and groundbreaking MIT research, Impact provides active recovery solutions that track users’ muscle profile and respond in real time to stimulate the recovery process.
– Unlike other devices on the market that use crank-piston based mechanisms, the Impact device employs a proprietary electromagnetic actuator for greater accuracy, precision, and real-time monitoring.

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Oath Care just raised $2 million to develop a social, health-focused app that groups expectant and new parents

– Oath Care, a young, four-person San Francisco-based startup, just raised $2m in seed funding from XYZ Ventures, General Catalyst, and Eros Resmini.
– The company is building a subscription-based mobile app that’s focused on improving the lives of new mothers by combining parents who have lots in common with healthcare specialists and moderators who can guide them in group chats, as well as one-on-one video calls.
– For $20 per month, Oath matches pregnant and postpartum moms in circles of up to 10 based on factors like stage of pregnancy, age of child, location and career so they can ask questions of each other, with the help of a trained moderator (who is sometimes a mother with older children).

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Oath Announces $2 Million in Seed Funding to Reinvent Healthcare Experience Starting With Motherhood

– Oath Care raised $2m from XYZ Venture Capital, General Catalyst, Muse Capital, and Eros Resmini.
– The company will use funds to aggressively hire and accelerate product development in preparation for its public launch later this year.
– Oath is building a social, community-based network and mobile app that combines intimate connections and shared parental experiences with healthcare specialist support and guidance through group chat and 1:1 video calls.
– Starting with small groups for moms, Oath’s technology intelligently matches women in “circles” of 6-10 women based on criteria such as stage of pregnancy/age of child, location, and career.
– Circles are led by a trained facilitator and provide the opportunity to ask questions of healthcare specialists or schedule consultations to address any issue along the pregnancy and early childhood journey.

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India’s HealthPlix raises $13.5 million to help doctors treat patients more efficiently

– HealthPlix, a Bangalore-based startup, raised $13.5m in its ongoing Series B financing round.
– The round was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners.
– The startup has now raised about $23.5m to date.
– There are fewer than 300,000 doctors in India actively practicing medicine.
– They serve hundreds of millions of patients who suffer from chronic illness in the world’s second-most populous nation.
– A doctor only has a few minutes to spend on a patient, remember the past diagnosis by glancing at their record and formulate a plan of management.
– HealthPlix believes it can help doctors serve these patients more efficiently with the limited time they have.

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Tonal Raises $250M in Funding at $1.6B Valuation

– Tonal, the most advanced strength and personal training platform, today announced $250m in new funding, valuing the business at $1.6b.
– This brings Tonal’s total funding to over $450m, as it continues to usher in a new era of intelligent fitness and further establishes itself as the clear leader in connected strength training.
– The oversubscribed Series E round is led by Dragoneer, a growth-oriented investment firm with a long track record of successfully identifying category and industry leaders, with participation by Cobalt Capital, new athlete investors, and existing investors including L Catterton and Sapphire Ventures.
– This capital will allow Tonal to further accelerate marketing and content initiatives, while scaling the business and operations by investing in people, logistics, and manufacturing, to more quickly meet its unprecedented demand.

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Foodsmart Scores Over $25M

– Foodsmart, the personalized telenutrition and foodcare leader, has announced a Series C funding of more than $25m.
– The round was led by Advocate Aurora Enterprises, a newly launched subsidiary of Advocate Aurora Health, one of the largest health systems in the United States.
– Foodsmart’s Series C round also included participation from Mayfield Fund, Seventure Partners (Health for Life Capital), New Ground Ventures, Benefitfocus Founder Shawn Jenkins, Classpass CEO Fritz Lanman and former Darden Restaurants CEO Clarence Otis.

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Magenta Partners leads $6 million investment round for home-fitness platform, Motosumo

Magenta Partners led a major Series A funding round for Motosumo, a fast-growing at-home indoor cycling platform offering live, interactive classes from any bike.
– Magenta led the funding round with the participation from existing investors.
– Motosumo is the only platform of its kind that is hardware agnostic, which presents significant opportunities for growth across borders.
– Motosumo’s innovative tech means that users can join the platform from home, using any bike and a mobile phone or tablet.
– Motosumo delivers an affordable alternative to the range of expensive market participants that require consumers to purchase equipment and wait weeks for delivery to get started.

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Ghana’s Redbird raises $1.5M seed to expand access to rapid medical testing in sub-Saharan Africa

– Ghanaian healthtech startup Redbird raised $1.5m seed funding.
– Investors who participated in the round include Johnson & Johnson Foundation, Newton Partners (via the Imperial Venture Fund), and Founders Factory Africa.
– The company was launched in 2018 by Patrick Beattie, Andrew Quao and Edward Grandstaff.
– It enables pharmacies in Ghana to add rapid diagnostic testing for 10 different health conditions to their pharmacy services.

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Ro Raises $500 Million in Series D Funding to Expand its Vertically Integrated Primary Care Platform

– Ro Raises $500 Million in Series D Funding to Expand its Vertically Integrated Primary Care Platform
– Ro is the healthcare technology company
– The company has completed a $500 million Series D fundraising round led by existing investors General Catalyst, FirstMark Capital and TQ Ventures, with significant participation from existing investors SignalFire, Torch Capital and BoxGroup as well as new investors Altimeter Capital, Baupost Group, Dragoneer Investment Group, ShawSpring Partners, Radcliff, and 776.
– The Series D brings Ro’s total fundraising since its founding in 2017 to $876 million.
– Ro will use the newly-raised capital to strengthen its vertically integrated primary care platform.

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HelloSelf Raises £5.5M in Series A Funding

– HelloSelf is a London, UK-based AI-powered digital therapy service.
– The company raised £5.5M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by OMERS Ventures, with participation from Manta Ray Ventures, Oxford Capital Partners, and 2EnablePartners. In conjunction with the funding, Harry Briggs, OMERS Ventures Managing Partner will join the board.
– The company intends to use the funds to grow its @Work service, increasing its clinical provision for employers of all sizes across the UK.

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BurnAlong Raises $7M

– BurnAlong announced a $7m fundraise led by Triventures.
– The round included participation from BurnAlong’s existing investors, including CR2 Ventures, TriSib, DM Wellness, Macks Managed Investments, Steve Altschuler (Co-Founder and Former Chair of Spark Therapeutics, and Former President and CEO of CHOP) and Sean Glass (Founder and CEO of Advantia Health).
BurnAlong is an online health, wellness, and fitness platform that works with leading employers, insurers, municipalities, non-profits, and health systems who provide BurnAlong for their employees, members, and patients.

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Medisafe raises $30 million for predictive AI that reminds people to take their pills

– Medisafe has raised $30m in a series B round of funding.
– The company says this new investment will enable it to expand its solutions while accelerating revenue.
– Medisafe employs what it calls “digital drug companions” to ensure medication takers follow through with their prescriptions.
– The platform can target “rising-risk” patients with analytics and insights based on real-time behavioral assessments, boosting adherence up to 20%.

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January AI Raises $21 Million to Fuel Growth of Its Breakthrough Diabetes Management Technology

– January AI has raised $8.8M in new funding from visionary institutional and individual investors, bringing its total capital raised to $21M.
Felicis Ventures, a venture fund with a history of investing in notable consumer health and wellness disruptors, including Fitbit and Modern Health, participated in the round along with HAND Capital and Marc Benioff.
– They join existing seed investors AME Cloud Ventures and SignalFire, along with YouTube Co-Founder Steve Chen, Sunshine Co-Founder Marissa Mayer, Grail Co-Founder and former Illumina CTO Mostafa Ronaghi, Home Care Assistance Chairman Lily Sarafan, and Oracle veteran Gary Kennedy.

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Pattern Health Secures $1.5 Million in New Funding to Further Develop Platform, Integrations, and Growth Efforts

– Pattern Health has received $1.5m in new funding from investors Cofounders Capital and The Launch Place.
– The new capital will be invested in platform and product development, expanded integrations and interoperability, and in sales and marketing efforts designed to meet the increasing demand for digital health programs and support growth.
– The company anticipates making several new hires this year in various positions across the company.
– This funding comes at an important time as more and more academic medical centers, research organizations, and commercial healthcare companies are relying on Pattern Health’s solutions to research and develop new and novel digital health programs.
– Pattern Health’s no-code platform enables researchers and clinicians to create and deploy condition-specific digital health programs quickly and economically, collect data more rapidly, generate evidence, and when appropriate, translate programs into real-world, highly scalable solutions.

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Modern Health Scoops Up $74M Series D

– Modern Health, a mental health platform, has raised $74m in a Series D funding round.
– The investment was led by Founders Fund.
– Its existing investors include Battery Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Felicis Ventures.
– The company, which says it has raised $172m to date, was valued at $750m after a financing round last year, according to PitchBook.

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