Astarte Medical, a Yardley, PA-based provider of a software solution for the care of preterm infants, received an investment from Next Act Fund.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
Co-founded by Tracy Warren, Tammi Jantzen, and Katherine Gregory, Astarte aims to innovate the care of preterm infants by providing quantitative data about gut health that enables personalized care and nutrition to help them grow.
Astarte is currently raising money for the launch and support of its first product, NICUtrition Guidance, a rules engine that standardizes enteral feeding for preterm infants. The company also has plans to develop MAGI, a “gut-health” score, to improve the growth and development of preemies while lowering medical treatment costs.