Digital Health

ERPHealth Unveils Plans For $10 million “Innovation Hub” In Washington, D.C.

October 25, 2022

Expansion to serve as nexus connecting the company with key stakeholders and policymakers in the behavioral health space combating the addiction crisis. ERPHealth, a cutting-edge platform in the patient outcome-tracking space, announced plans to open an Innovation Hub in the nation’s capital in 2023 focused on reducing the prevalence of youth mental illness and addiction. […]

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Mental Healthtech Company NeuroFlow Raised A $25M Growth Round

October 17, 2022

Plans for the round include investing in R&D for its tech platform and hiring across all teams. The news follows the company’s recent move to a new Center City office. Following a $20 million Series B round last year, NeuroFlow just closed a $25 million round of financing to continue its growth, the mental healthtech company announced Thursday. The […]

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VA Names NeuroFlow A Finalist In $20 Million Mission Daybreak Grand Challenge To Reduce Veteran Suicides

September 23, 2022

Healthcare technology company selected among 1,371 submissions as one of 30 finalists in Phase I The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has named NeuroFlow as a finalist in Mission Daybreak — a $20 million challenge designed to help VA develop new suicide prevention strategies for Veterans. As a finalist, NeuroFlow will receive $250,000 and advance to Phase 2 of […]

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How Oncora Medical’s CEO Realized its Product Could Help with Healthcare Burnout

April 15, 2022

It’s not solving a new problem, but Oncora Medical’s CEO is finding that the company’s product has an unfortunate timeliness amid the pandemic. The seven-year-old digital health company, which makes a software that provides documentation, workflow and data-capturing for cancer doctors, added two big names to its client list this week. Cancer centers Scripps Health […]

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One of the Philadelphia Region’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies is Acquired

January 19, 2022

Fast-growing Philadelphia-based digital behavioral health company Tridiuum has been acquired for an undisclosed sum. Overland Park, Kansas-based New Directions Behavioral Health bought the tech-oriented company to dramatically reduce the time between when patients are screened and when they receive care. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. New Directions and Tridiuum partnered on a program […]

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Roundtrip Raised a ‘Strategic Investment’ Round to Drive Expansion (and Hiring) Plans

December 9, 2021

On Thursday, on-demand patient ride booking company Roundtrip said it had raised a “strategic investment” round of fundraising from a mix of existing and new investors. The Callowhill-based company makes software that connects ride requests to a group of transportation companies. It’s aimed at transporting patients to non-emergent healthcare appointments via the likes of medical […]

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Money Moves: Bucks County-Based Astarte Medical Raises $7.6M

September 24, 2021

Bucks County-based Astarte Medical, maker of NICUtrition, a suite of digital tools and diagnostics that supports feeding protocols, practice and decision-making in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) for premature babies, has raised $7.6 million. The company was first on our 2020 RealLIST Startups list and has previously raised $8.5 million. This $7.6 million is considered […]

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RecoveryLink and 2 More Startups Got Investments From Penn’s New $5M Fund for Health

September 7, 2021

Two-year-old telehealth company RecoveryLink is one of three tech startups to receive funding from the Fund for Health, a new partnership between Penn Medicine and the Wharton Social Impact Initiative. Over the next three years, the Fund will invest $5 million in early-stage businesses addressing the social determinants of the health of economically disadvantaged Philadelphians. […]

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Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic Teams with NeuroFlow to Offer Mental Health App to Workers

August 27, 2021

Independence Blue Cross Foundation is teaming up with Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic and health tech company NeuroFlow to support its workers’ mental health. Through NeuroFlow’s app, nurses and other frontline clinical staff at Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic will be able to journal and log mood scores and sleep patterns, as well as access evidence-based, self-directed resources on […]

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NeuroFlow Targets ‘Sweet Spot’ for Growth by Working with Value-Based Health Care Clients

August 13, 2021

Mental health startup NeuroFlow is looking at health systems pursuing value-based payment models as an avenue for growth. NeuroFlow sees an opportunity to expand its reach through health systems that are using value-based reimbursement plans, which focus on better health outcomes rather than being paid for specific services, Chief Operating Officer Adam Pardes said. The […]

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