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This week’s global health innovation funding featured multiple large rounds from around the globe, supporting a variety of solutions highlighting the diversity and potential of the industry.

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This week’s reported health innovation funding included:

Noah Medical, a San Carlos, CA-based next-gen robotics company, raised $150M led by the Softbank Vision Fund, co-led by the Prosperity7 Ventures, with participation from Tiger Global, Hillhouse, Sequoia China, Shangbay Capital, Uphonest Capital, Sunmed Capital, Lyfe Capital, 1955 Capital, AME cloud ventures, and other undisclosed investors. <source>

Distalmotion, an Epalinges, Switzerland-based medical device company, raised $150M led by Revival Healthcare Capital. <source>

MedShift, a Charlotte, NC-based medtech company offering clinic management software and medical devices, raised $108M from Turning Rock Partners, Micota Capital, and OY6 Capital. <source>

Cortica, a San Diego, CA-based autism services company, raised $75M led by Deerfield Management and Optum Ventures, with participation from RA Capital Management, Echo Health Ventures, Longitude Capital, .406 Ventures, Questa Capital, Ajax Health, Aperture Venture Partners, and the Autism Impact Fund. <source>

Enveda Biosciences, a Boulder, CO-based AI-powered drug discovery and development company, raised $51M led by Kinnevik, with participation from Henry R. Kravis, FPV, True Ventures, Dimension, and Wireframe. <source>

Chamlion, a Nanjing, China-based company focused on the digitization of dentistry processes, raised 236M Yuan ($34.2M) led by 3H Health, with participation from Vertex Ventures China, Zhencheng Capital, and Taihe Capital. <source>

Caristo Diagnostics, an Oxford, UK-based biotech company that specializes in cardiac and vascular disease diagnostics and risk prediction, raised $16.3M led by Oxford Science Enterprises, with participation from BGF, Longwall Venture Partners, Oxford Investment Consultants, Oxford University, and other investors. <source>

Gather Health, a Boston, MA-based startup providing a primary care solution for older adults, raised $15M from Khosla Ventures, Maverick Ventures, and Commonwealth Care Alliance. <source>

Neteera Technologies, a Jerusalem, Israel-based patient monitoring startup, raised ~$13M led by Aescuvest, with participation from Omega Healthcare Investors, Nanz Family Office, Ankor Holding, and Esas Private Equity. <source>

Augmedix, a San Francisco, CA-based healthtech company that delivers ambient medical documentation and data solutions, raised $12M from HCA Healthcare and Redmile Group. <source>

Omy Laboratoratories, a Quebec City, QC, Canada-based tech-enabled personalized skin care startup, raised $11M led by Crédit Mutuel Equity. <source>

Tricog Health, a Bengaluru, India-based heart-focused healthtech startup, raised $8.5M from Omron Health Care and Sony Innovation Fund, with participation from The University of Tokyo Edge Capital, Inventus Partners, SG Innovate, and other investors. <source>

Chiefy, a New York, NY-based provider of a cloud platform that helps surgical teams embed quality and communication best practices, raised $4.2M led by LionBird, with participation from Nina Capital and Emerge Ventures. <source>

Third Way Health, a Los Angeles, CA-based front office solution for medical practices, raised $1.5M led by Apollo Medical Holdings, with participation from angel investors. <source>


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