Pathway Medical, a Montreal, Canada-based medical knowledge startup, raised $1.3m ($CAD 1.6m) in funding.
Investors include Panache Ventures, Amplify Capital, Desjardins Venture Capital, BoxOne Ventures, and Formentera Capital, as well as veteran healthcare entrepreneurs Dr. Josh Landy (ICU physician and cofounder of Figure 1), Cherif Habib (CEO of Dialogue, TSE: CARE), and emergency physician entrepreneurs Dr. Julien Martel, Dr. Louis Charbonneau and Dr. Alexandre Tratch, co-founders of DXA, an AI-powered medical triage startup that was acquired by Dialogue in 2018.
The company intends to use the funds to scale its clinical decision support platform.
Founded by technology and healthcare entrepreneurs Jonathan Hershon St-Jean, Dr. Louis Mullie and Christophe Marois and led by CEO Jonathan Hershon St-Jean, Pathway Medical a mobile app, which uses natural language processing and machine learning to provide evidence-based answers to clinical questions for the diagnosis and treatment of patients. It is currently available directly to healthcare professionals on the Apple App Store and soon on the Google Play Store. The company, which serving healthcare professionals in over 180 countries, also revealed that it has released an enterprise version of its clinical decision support technology.
Pathway Medical has 24 employees.