Sway Medical Technologies, a Tulsa, OK-based mobile software company focused on the development of medical grade mobile applications, recently closed a $700k funding.
Backers included the OKAngel Sidecar Fund, managed by i2E, Inc., which invested in $300k, and Oklahoma-based angel investors.
Founded in 2011 and led by Chase Curtiss, CEO, Sway Medical focuses on developing medical grade mobile applications that monitor patient outcomes in the field of orthopedics, geriatrics, and pharmacology while providing a better on-field assessment of concussion symptoms in athletes.
The company’s initial product is the Sway Balance software, an FDA cleared balance system for stability assessment using existing hardware in a mobile device.
The OKAngel Sidecar Fund, one of three Accelerate Oklahoma! investment vehicles created in 2011 by i2E through a partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Commerce and the U.S. Treasury State Small Business Credit Initiative.