illumigyn, a Neve Ilan, Israel-based developer of a gynecological platform, raised $33m in funding to date.
Backers included the Yozma Group Korea and Ubicom Holdings Japan.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate its plans to bring gynecological imaging to women across the globe, starting this month with deployments in the United States, United Arab Emirates, India, Singapore, and South Korea.
Founded by Ran Poliakine and Lior Greenstein, illumigyn is a remote gynecological imaging platform featuring the Gynescope™ System, an FDA cleared “gynecology endoscope” and a cloud platform service with an accompanying mobile application.
The first FDA-cleared remote gynecological platform, the Gynescope™, digitally documents the cervix, vagina, and external genitalia. High-quality resolution and magnification enhance details beyond the capabilities of traditional cervix exams, enabling more accurate pap smears. The illumigyn Gynescope™ can be handled by any trained caregiver (OB/GYN, GP, Midwife, Nurse Practitioner, and Physician Assistant) so that women of all individual sensitivities can be assessed in a safe space. The HIPAA-compliant solution automatically uploads and securely stores images to the cloud. This allows a doctor or specialist to view the images remotely and provides women with access to their scans and doctors’ recommendations.