MobiHealth News January 25, 2022
Tammy Lovell

The new fund will focus on Israeli early-stage investors.
 
Israeli investment firm eHealth Ventures (eHV) has announced the establishment of a $30 million venture capital fund for med tech and digital health companies, with the aim of raising $40 million.

The fund, called ‘eHV Advanced’, will focus on Israeli early-stage companies at seed stage, with a focus on diagnostics, digital monitoring, digital treatments, home care and bio-convergence. It will also invest in companies that have graduated from Maccabi’s technological incubator, which eHV has led for the last five years.

eHV is an international partnership that includes...

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