Medicardia Health Inc., a Milwaukee-based digital health platform provider, raised $3m in post seed funding.
Backers included Milwaukee Venture Partners, Northwestern Mutual Cream City Venture Capital and angels throughout the U.S., as well as Japan.
Founded in 2020, Medicardia Health provides a core digital health platform, which features embedded telehealth, remote patient monitoring (RPM), natural language processing (NLP) for data discretization, and automated chart preparation.
The company intends to use the funds to ramp up IT development of its platform. New features set to launch in the coming months will include integration for implantable devices, imaging, a research platform, and a proprietary clinical intelligence engine.
The company was initially bootstrapped by CEO/Founder Dr. Indrajit Choudhuri and associates, with seed capital provided by veteran angel investor Jeff Rusinow, now Chairman.