StartUPDATES: New developments from healthcare startups

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Kiio, a leading provider of proven digital musculoskeletal (MSK) pain management and prevention, announced that its digital musculoskeletal solution has earned Certified status for information security by HITRUST. “In today’s ever-changing threat landscape, HITRUST is continually innovating to find new and creative approaches to address the latest privacy and security challenges,” said Jeremy Huval, Chief Innovation Officer, HITRUST. “Kiio’s HITRUST CSF Certification is evidence that they are at the forefront of industry best practices for information risk management and compliance.”

HealthMine published a timely article sharing how health plans can leverage digital technology to effectively communicate with members about well-child visits and immunizations to ensure children stay on track for healthy growth and development coming out of the pandemic. Read the full article to learn more about prioritizing prevention and incentivizing parents and caregivers to get the right care for their children using digital engagement and rewards & incentives.

MiSalud has raised $5 million and launching the beta version of their digital health platform. MiSalud, which means My Health in Spanish, aims to make healthcare more inclusive by offering personalized healthcare services to US Hispanics through its mobile app and platform. Pivotal Ventures led the round with participation from Lowercase Capital, Rise Capital, and strategic investor, Entravision. Angel investors Alex Bitoun, Sumit Agarwal, Belsasar Lepe, and Isaac Saldana also contributed.

MiSalud offers a combination of personalized preventive wellness services, along with traditional healthcare via Spanish speaking physicians. To read more, click here.

A healthcare startup that wants to add transparency and automation to remedy supply chain headaches, bttn, has raised $5 million in add-on funding. Its platform for medical supply procurement seeks to address supply chain issues such as price volatility and constrained access to medical supplies. FUSE led the funding.

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Doceree, a global network of physician-only platforms for programmatic messaging, has hired Thomas Shea as the company’s Chief Revenue Officer for North America. Shea will lead Doceree’s  partnerships in the region and foster deeper relationships with the organization’s collaborators in the healthcare market.

Shea, the former VP, Sales of PulsePoint, is the latest strategic senior leadership hire of Doceree and will oversee revenue operations to scale the company’s growth as its momentum continues to rise in the healthcare professional communications category.


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