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Sidekick Health scores $20M for its gamified digital care platform

Sidekick Health scores M for its gamified digital care platform Nordic digital therapeutics company, Sidekick Health, has closed a $20 million Series A led by pan-European VC Wellington Partners and healthcare focused VC Asabys Partners. Existing investors, Novator and Frumtak Ventures, also participated in the oversubscribed round. The 2014-founded startup has built a gamified digital […]

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SoftBank Vision Fund 2 leads $100 million Series C in digital therapeutics company Biofourmis

SoftBank Vision Fund 2 leads 0 million Series C in digital therapeutics company Biofourmis Biofourmis, which combines AI-based data analytics and biosensors to monitor the progress of medical treatments, has raised funding from one of the world’s most high-profile investors. The digital therapeutics company, which launched in Singapore and is now headquartered in Boston, announced […]

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Headspace appoints former Intuit exec CeCe Morken as president and COO

Headspace appoints former Intuit exec CeCe Morken as president and COO As it looks to continue along its path of developing clinically validated digital therapeutics for consumer and clinical mental health and wellness, Headspace has bulked up its executive team with the addition of longtime Intuit executive, CeCe Morken. Morken will become the company’s first […]

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No one knows how effective digital therapies are, but a new tool from Elektra Labs aims to change that

No one knows how effective digital therapies are, but a new tool from Elektra Labs aims to change that Depending on which study you believe, the wearable and digital health market could be worth anywhere from $30 billion to nearly $90 billion in the next six years. If the numbers around the size of the […]

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Kaia Health gets $10M support for AI-powered management of chronic pain

Kaia Health gets M support for AI-powered management of chronic pain Kaia Health, a self-styled digital therapeutics” startup, has pulled in $10 million in Series A funding for an app-based approach to chronic pain management. The idea is to offer an alternative to painkillers, using mobile technology to deliver what the founder describes as multimodal, […]

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