Redi Health secures $14M for healthcare management platform

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Redi Health, based in Ohio and powered by technology The company, a health management platform for patients and healthcare providers, announced it has closed a $14 million Series B funding round led by Blue Heron Capital.

North Coast Ventures participated in the round along with existing investors Mutual Capital Partners, Rev1 Ventures, M25, and Refinery Ventures.


Redi Health offers a mobile app and web platform for patients, including medication and symptom tracking.

We also provide message centers and navigator tools that connect life sciences companies, care providers, and other healthcare stakeholders such as specialty pharmacies, self-pay vendors, data aggregators, and payers.

“With the support of Blue Heron Capital, we are poised to bring new products to market, expand our reach, and continue to innovate at the intersection of technology and healthcare. Our goal is to make patient-centered care available to millions more people around the world,” said Luke Buchanan, co-founder and CEO of ReadyHealth, in a statement. .

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Redi Health earned $3.7 million in 2022.

Another health management platform b.well Connected Health announced this week that it has closed a $40 million Series C growth round led by Leavitt Equity Partners.

Based in Boston last year Laudio, another company offering a care management platform, announced it has secured $13 million in Series B funding, bringing its total funding to $25 million.

“Streamlining AI-Enabled Digital Health Technologies from Research to Implementation” will be held on Tuesday, March 12th from 1:30-2:30pm ET at HIMSS24 in Orlando, W304A. Details and registration.

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