Emanate Wireless, a Cleveland, OH-based developer of Healthcare IT solutions, raised $1.5m in funding.
Backers included undisclosed angels.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its products and support its customer base.
Led by Neil Diener, CEO, Emanate Wireless develops Healthcare IT solutions that continuously monitor the health and productivity of critical clinical assets within healthcare systems. Its Clinical Asset Analytics (CAA) consists of intelligent, cloud-connected sensors that monitor critical assets, along with analytics that convert the sensor data into contextual information and actionable insights. Mobile and web apps then keep nurses, clinical engineers, and facilities staff continuously informed.
In addition to closing on angel funding, the company announced that it recently deployed its solution at the new Avon Hospital facility and Marymount Hospital, both within the Cleveland Clinic network. In addition, they have brought on a new hospital network in Pennsylvania through their business partner, Accruent.