Pediatric behavioral well being firm Brightline raised a whopping $105 million, pushing its valuation to $705 million, based on reporting by Bloomberg.
The spherical was led by KKR & Co., with participation from present buyers, together with GV, Optum Ventures, Oak HC/FT Companions Threshold Ventures and Blue Cross Blue Protect of Massachusetts. CEO Naomi Allen informed Bloomberg it could use the funding for staffing and to broaden its choices.
The newest increase comes lower than a 12 months after it introduced it had introduced in $72 million in Sequence B funding.
Digital psychological well being startup Brightside Well being scooped up $50 million in a Sequence B financing spherical led by ACME Capital and Mousse Companions.
The newest spherical contains participation from present buyers Bullpen Capital, Triventures and Trousdale Ventures, and brings the corporate’s whole increase to $75 million. Brightside additionally raised a $24 million Sequence A final 12 months.
The startup gives medicine remedy and digital remedy for anxiousness and melancholy. Customers first fill out an evaluation after which meet with a supplier for weekly classes or a prescription analysis. Sufferers also can textual content their suppliers outdoors of weekly video calls.
“This new capital will assist us develop our group from 57 to an anticipated 175 workers this 12 months, and additional improve our platform and partnerships to develop entry to extra people,” Brightside CEO Brad Kittredge stated in a press release.
“As a result of we stand behind the standard and accountability of our care mannequin, we’re completely happy to place our bucks behind delivering the very best outcomes and open up the trail to true value-based care in psychological well being. Collectively, we will deal with melancholy and anxiousness in an approachable, inexpensive method and positively change lives.”
Imaging synthetic intelligence firm Qure.ai raised $40 million in a funding spherical led by Novo Holdings and HealthQuad with participation from present investor MassMutual Ventures.
The AI startup stated it could use the inflow of capital to develop new merchandise targeted on crucial care and neighborhood diagnostics, and to strengthen its international presence, significantly within the U.S. and Europe. Qure already has a number of FDA 510(ok) clearances. Most lately, it received the inexperienced mild for its algorithm that assists suppliers in putting respiration tubes.
Final month, the corporate introduced in £3.2 million from SBRI Healthcare to check AI-aided lung most cancers analysis.
“Yearly our expertise helps greater than 4 million individuals throughout 50 international locations. Our aim is to proceed being bullish in our market enlargement, particularly within the U.S. and Europe. We’re dedicated to aiding healthcare professionals in diagnosing diseases sooner and with extra element and accuracy whereas automating many of the routine work,” CEO and founder Prashant Warier stated in a press release.
“This can be a win for all concerned in healthcare, particularly for sufferers throughout the globe who will profit from vastly improved well being outcomes.”
Digital specialty care platform AmplifyMD scored $23 million throughout Sequence A and seed funding rounds. The Sequence A was led by F-Prime Capital, whereas the seed was led by Forerunner Ventures and Greylock.
The startup plans to make use of the funding to work with extra hospitals and proceed to construct out their platform.
“Think about having to drive over an hour to get care or needing to be transferred – whether or not within the midst of a pandemic or not – if you end up already at your most weak state,” cofounder and CEO Meena Mallipeddi stated in a press release.
“Our distant specialty care platform solves this drawback, and that is earlier than we even focus on the scientific and monetary advantages to the hospitals and the healthcare techniques total, as diminished transfers and higher on-site care translate to tens of millions in high and backside line yearly.”
London-based healthcare staffing firm Lantum scored $15 million in funding, based on TechCrunch. The spherical was led by Finch Capital, with participation from Piton Capital, Samos and strategic investor Cedars-Sinai.
The startup works with the U.Okay.’s Nationwide Well being Service, serving to to attach healthcare amenities in want of help with suppliers in search of work. In line with an interview with CEO and founder Melissa Morris, the platform additionally helps organizations to maneuver workers round as completely different amenities face shortages.
The funding will go towards hiring new workers and constructing new instruments within the U.Okay., in addition to an enlargement into the U.S. market.