PocketHealth Raises $33M in Series B funding

PocketHealth has raised $33 million in Series B funding, which will go toward continuing to improve how medical images are shared, using AI to personalize the patient’s care journey, and growing the company's reach across the U.S. and Canada.

The all-equity round was led by Round13 Capital with participation from Deloitte Ventures, Samsung Next, and existing investors Questa Capital and Radical Ventures.

The company added that to support its goals, it plans to double its workforce over the next two years.

PocketHealth allows customers to instantly share images with anyone across any network, as well as set up a local network of PocketHealth Community Gateways for automated image exchange. The platform uses AI to provide patients with personalized insights and an improved understanding of their health.

The platform also includes the following features:

  • Report Reader, which explains medical terms in the patient’s report
  • Follow-Up Navigator, which detects follow-up imaging recommendations, encouraging patients to return for new imaging on schedule.
  • MyCare Navigator, which equips patients with relevant, personalized questions to ask their doctor.
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