Tel Aviv-based telehealth startup Datos gets $7 million for automated patient care platform


Datos Health, a Tel Aviv-based remote healthcare platform, has raised $7 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Israeli venture fund Crescendo Venture Partners, with support from US-based Industry Ventures, plus existing investors Vertex and Angular Ventures.

“Both our new and existing investors have been incredibly supportive at this time, as our team works around the clock to offer healthcare provider partners the tools to quickly manage the transition of lower risk COVID-19 patients to home care environments,” said Uri Bettesh, founder and CEO.

The healthtech company has built a data-driven remote care platform, which integrates with wearables and medical devices. Datos merges these sensor-generated vitals and indicators with a patient’s electronic medical record (EMR) data, then runs algorithms to detect or predict anomalies and offer clinical insights.

Founded in 2015, the Israeli startup has raised $9.2 million to date. The latest funding will fuel sales and marketing as well as product development, along with any new hires needed to support those efforts.

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