Friday Five – Notable Funding Rounds
While not the largest healthcare funding this year, these show that having solutions to current healthcare challenges can still warrant money in this slowed down investor market. This week’s Friday Five reports on funding for Monogram Health, ShiftKey, Arcadia, Artera, and Clearsense,
Arcadia Raises $125 Million in New Financing from Vista Credit Partners
Arcadia (Arcadia.io), a data analytics platform for healthcare, announced $125 million in financing from Vista Credit Partners, the credit-lending arm of Vista Equity Partners and a strategic investor and financing partner focused on the enterprise software, data and technology market.
Monogram Health Closes $375M Growth Capital Raise to Support Continued Expansion of Innovative In-Home Kidney and Polychronic Care Model
Monogram Health, a value-based specialty provider of in-home evidence-based care and benefit management services for patients living with polychronic conditions, including chronic kidney and end-stage renal disease, announced it closed on $375 million of new funding.
ShiftKey, Technology Company Transforming Future of Work, Closes Capital Raise
ShiftKey, a Dallas-based technology company transforming the future of work by empowering licensed professionals to connect directly with healthcare facilities with open workforce needs, announced that it has closed on a funding round sponsored by majority investor Lorient Capital, valuing the company in excess of $2 billion.
Artera Launches with $90 Million in Funding to Personalize Cancer Therapy With Multimodal AI
Artera, the developer of multimodal artificial intelligence-based predictive and prognostic cancer tests, launched publicly with $90M in funding.
Clearsense Announces Success of $50M Capital Raise
Clearsense, a PaaS company that partners with healthcare organizations to increase data value, governance, and transparency, announced their successful $50M Series D capital raise led by HealthQuest Capital.