What happens when an algorithm cuts off care
We had brains on our mind last week. Our favorite brain health platform Neurotrack had some news, and we learned about this mobile brain-scanning helmet and mapping the AI brain. These smart minds also wrote a thoughtful “big tech disrupting healthcare” story, explaining why Apple’s partnership with 13 health system bigwigs is compelling for healthcare innovation.
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- Portfolio company Neurotrack landed $13.7M in funding for its memory health platform
- Population health company BioIQ closed $26.6M as it prepares to make acquisitions
- Elligo raised $16M to bring clinical trials to more physicians
- Employee health, primary care platform Eden Health announced a $4M round
- Telemedicine startup SteadyMD closed $2.5M
- + Israel invested $275M to digitize citizens' personal data for global preventive medicine use