StartUp Health July 9, 2024
Nicole Kinsey

This week’s health innovation funding round saw a diverse group of startups from around the world secure financing, highlighting the international reach of advancements in telemedicine, AI, caregiving tools, and surgical robotics.

This week’s reported health innovation funding included:

Gymdesk, an Austin, TX-based provider of member management software for fitness and wellness businesses, raised $32M from Five Elms Capital. source>

MD Ally Technologies, a New York, NY-based startup that integrates telemedicine tools into EMS response capabilities, raised $23.7M from undisclosed investors. source>

Courier Health, a New York, NY-based tech company that specializes in chronic conditions and rare diseases, raised $16.5M led by Norwest Venture Partners, with participation from Work-Bench. source>


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