Gradient Health, a Raleigh, North Carolina-based medical AI data-sharing company, announced that it closed a $2.75 million funding round led by ReMY Investors & Consultants.
New investors Boro Capital, Supernode Ventures, MedMountain Ventures, The Triangle Tweener Fund, David Golan, and Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund (SV2) as well as existing investors VentureSouth and Wavemaker Three-Sixty Health, also participated in the round.
The investment will enable the company to continue assembling the world's largest and most comprehensive annotated medical imaging library into a secure, unified platform.
"We are thrilled to have secured $2.75 million in funding, which will accelerate our mission to transform medical AI data sharing", said Josh Miller, CEO of Gradient Health. "This investment will allow us to continue assembling the world's largest and most comprehensive collection of annotated medical imaging data. With this dataset, we aim to revolutionize medical research, and ultimately improve patient outcomes."
The company's platform offers a range of powerful features designed to facilitate compliant research and seamless collaborations. It employs state-of-the-art security measures to ensure the privacy and compliance of sensitive patient information.
Additionally, it provides advanced tools for developers including machine-learning-ready formatting, the ability to search by diseases, and imaging modality.
Company: Gradient Health, Inc.
Funding Month: June 2023
Lead Investors: ReMY Investors & Consultants
Additional Investors: Boro Capital, Supernode Ventures, MedMountain Ventures, The Triangle Tweener Fund, David Golan, Social Venture Fund (SV2), VentureSouth, and Wavemaker Three-Sixty Health
Company Website: https://gradienthealth.io/
Software Category: AI-based Medical Imaging Diagnostics and Infrastructure
About the Company: Founded to power better medical research by accelerating AI development, Gradient Health is a medical technology company that provides instant access to the raw and labeled medical images needed to train and validate technologies, getting more equitable innovations to market, faster. Gradient Health's data-sharing platform has garnered recognition from industry experts for its potential to revolutionize healthcare research. The company aims to collaborate with academic institutions, healthcare organizations, and technology partners to collectively advance medical knowledge and improve patient care.