Hona Raises $3 Million in Seed Round

by Kay Aloha Villamor in May 7th, 2024

Hona, a San Francisco, CA-based GenAI medical records startup, has raised $3 million in seed funding. 


The round was led by General Catalyst, with participation from Samsung, Rebel Fund (founded by Reddit co-founder Steve Huffman and Cruise co-founder Daniel Kan), Allegis Capital, and 1984 Ventures. 

Founded in 2000, General Catalyst is a venture capital firm that provides early-stage and growth equity investments. Based in San Francisco, California, the firm prefers to invest in companies operating in the consumer, enterprise, fintech, crypto, and health assurance sectors. 

Hona Use of Funds 

The company will use the funding to fuel its growth initiatives, including product development, expansion of its customer base, and further research and development in the field of AI-driven medical records summarization. 

About the Company 

Founded by Danielle Yoesep and Adam Steinle, Hona provides an AI data platform that collects and maintains healthcare history and records of patients. The company integrates into multiple electronic records systems, providing doctors with concise medical records summaries to aid in patient visits. Hona's platform is highly customizable, allowing doctors to access specific data relevant to their specialty. 

Funding Details 

Company: Hona AI, Inc. 

Raised: $3.0M 

Round: Seed Round 

Funding Month: May 2024 

Lead Investors: General Catalyst 

Additional Investors: Samsung, Rebel Fund, Allegis Capital, 1984 Ventures 

Company Website: https://hona.ai/ 

Software Category: AI Data Platform 

Source: https://techcrunch.com/2024/05/03/y-combinator-founder-matching-tool-hona-medical-ai-startup/

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