Miotify, a Windsor, UK-based developer of software that aims to boost the quality of digital health apps, raised £350k in funding.
Mercia Fund Managers made the investment.
The funding, which follows a £555,000 grant the company received from Innovate UK, will allow Miotify to complete the development of its patent pending system working with AstraZeneca’s Intelligent Pharmaceutical team.
Led by Sheena Macpherson, Miotify is creating an online toolkit for both developers and healthcare professionals to build medical apps and navigate key requirements needed for evidence in a regulatory submission.
The company’s system allows both developers and non-IT staff to create apps within a guided framework from the start and auto-generate evidence to include in a submission for regulatory approval.
Macpherson was previously Global Business Development Manager for Vodafone’s mobile health business, and today acts as a consultant to AstraZeneca on software-as-a-medical-device projects.