HealthSnap Raises $5M in Funding

HealthSnap, a Miami, FL-based Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) platform for virtual chronic disease management, raised $5M in funding.

The round was led by OPKO Health, with participation from W-5 Group and 6nine26 and follow-on investments from existing investors Florida Funders, MacDonald Ventures, and Hard Facts.

The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth, expand clinical services nationally, and invest in R&D for expanded clinical use cases.

Led by Co-Founder and CEO Samson Magid, HealthSnap is an integrated Virtual Care Platform for healthcare organizations to improve patient outcomes, reduce utilization, and diversify revenue streams, for chronic disease-agnostic Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), AI-guided care coordination, virtual care delivery, automated RPM billing, population analytics – and more.

The company’s platform helps healthcare providers manage chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and heart failure virtually by combining an integrated RPM solution, pre-configured and cellular-enabled health devices, and patient care management services all in one end-to-end solution.

HealthSnap is currently hiring for sales, customer success, and nurse positions.