Collective Minds Radiology raised $7.75M in a Series A round by Segulah Medical Acceleration
Cloud-based collaboration platform Collective Minds Radiology raises $7.6M
Collective Minds Radiology, a cloud-based collaboration platform for imaging providers, has raised $7.6 million in new funding, the company announced.
Scandinavia-based life sciences investment firm Segulah Medical Acceleration led the fundraising round alongside existing shareholders Brightly Ventures, Tradecity and Crista Galli Ventures. Headquartered in Danderyd, Sweden, the health-tech startup hopes to build the world’s largest teamworking platform for the field.
“Our thesis is that there is almost infinite expertise and data in healthcare. The problem is that it is locked into silos at hospitals and healthcare institutes,” CEO Anders Nordell, who co-founded the firm in 2017, said in an announcement. “In order to advance care, more collaboration is needed. With the support of our investors our goal is to revolutionize healthcare collaboration, ultimately helping patients to the right diagnosis and treatment faster.”
With the funds, Collective Minds Radiology plans to accelerate the expansion of its commercial product, which also facilitates education, research and clinical consultation. Nordell and colleagues said their technology is now used by more than 14,000 healthcare professionals, connecting them across 170 hospitals and other care sites.
Published on : 01st September, 2023