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A busy Quantified Care wins some more funding

KiwiVenture Partners II made an investment of an undisclosed amount in the health IT startup.

Quantified Care CEO Mike Batista in 2014. (Courtesy photo)

Quantified Care is making moves this fall.
The health IT startup received an investment from KiwiVenture Partners II earlier this month. The terms of the infusion from the New York-based venture firm were not disclosed.
“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.”
Quantified Care previously participated in DreamItHealth Baltimore, and raised $15,000 through an Indiegogo campaign.
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.

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.

Companies: Quantified Care

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