Quantified Care is making moves this fall.
“We are very excited about our investment in Quantified Care,” Neal Gupta, Managing Partner of KiwiVenture Partners II, said in a statement. The firm also invested in Baltimore-based Terra’s Kitchen this fall. “We believe that Mike Batista (CEO) and his team at Quantified Care provide a perfect solution for patient monitoring and have a tremendous ability to positively impact patient outcomes.”
Based at Johns Hopkins’ FastForward East, the startup makes a platform to integrate digital health tools, which is designed to help providers adopt smartphone-based devices and make care more efficient.
The company is also making the rounds at mid-Atlantic pitch events. In October, Quantified Care won the Health 2.0 Start-Up Stand-Up pitch competition in Boston. Batista said in a post-event Q&A that the startup is looking to expand its sales and marketing team.
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And Quantified Care will be looking to keep this winning streak going. The company is set to pitch at IMPACT 2016 on Nov. 29 and 30 in Philadelphia.-30-
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