Meet Truepill Co-Founder Sid Viswanathan: Telemedicine Will Make Medicine 10x Better, Cheaper, Faster
Garry Tan, venture capitalist and co-founder at Initialized Capital, sat down with Sid Viswanathan, co-founder of Truepill. Truepill is an API for all needs for telemedicine. Telemedicine has the potential to bring down costs and make high quality care more accessible for every person on the planet. This video highlights their west coast HQ and fulfillment center out of which they provide pharmacy services for dozens of telemedicine startups and practices large and small, shipping to all 50 states. Here you'll learn how as a founder, you need to choose a problem space that you could want to work on for 10 years or more.
Signifier Medical Technologies Closes An Oversubscribed Series B Funding Round; Driving Innovation In The Sleep Market
LONDON, June 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Signifier Medical Technologies, previously known as Snoozeal, an innovator in the sleep disordered breathing market, today announced it has closed an oversubscribed Series B funding, aiming to invest further in R&D and prepare the company for...
MENLO PARK, Calif., Oct. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Earlens Corporation, Inc., a privately held medtech company committed to dramatically improving hearing aids, announced today it has completed an $87 million preferred stock financing round led by new investor KCK Ltd., a family investment ...
PLEASANTON, Calif., September 20, 2018-- Providence Medical Technology, Inc., an innovator in tissue-sparing surgical equipment and implants for cervical spine fusion surgery, today announced the closing of $25 million in new equity financing. Revelation Partners led the round with participation from the private equity investment team at BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA), MVM Life Science Partners, Medvest Capital, and Aphelion Capital. Inclusive of this new investment, Providence has raised a total of $53 million in equity financing since its 2008 inception.
Medical technology continues to lose ground when it comes to all U.S. venture capital investment as value-based care takes hold of the U.S. health system and the industry fights to get rid of a device tax, a new report indicates.
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<p data-reactid="5" data-type="text">The Foundry and Lightstone Ventures (LSV) have partnered to launch Foundry SING1, Inc., a medical technology (medtech) incubator that will identify and address unmet clinical needs in Asia.</p> <p data-reactid="6" data-type="text">Foundry SING1 will identify, incubate and deliver innovative medical device solutions for markets in Asia, leveraging Singapore’s burgeoning medtech ecosystem.</p>
<p>BSN medical, the global integrated medical therapy solutions provider, was today acquired by Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (“SCA”). To this effect, Private Equity investor EQT VI has entered into an agreement to sell the Company in a transaction valuing BSN medical at EUR 2.7 billion.</p> <p>During EQT VI’s ownership, BSN medical, specializing in Wound Care/Vascular and Orthopaedics, has undergone significant transformation into a globally leading specialist medical technology firm. The company is posting double-digit growth in specialized businesses and has shifted into high growth product segments and increased its Emerging Markets exposure.</p>
U.S. private equity firm Audax Private Equity has wrapped up its sale of Laborie Medical Technologies Inc, a Mississauga, Ontario-based provider of medical devices for urological, pelvic health and gastrointestinal applications.
By LAURA LOREK Reporter with Silicon Hills News Austin is home to a small, but growing biotech and medical technology industry with about 200 companies, according to the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce. That number is sure to skyrocket in coming years as the city feels the full effect of the new Dell Medical School […]The postTen Life Science Startups to Watch in Austinappeared first onSiliconHills.