Indian Telehealth Platform Mfine Raises $16M From Heritas Capital, And Existing Backers Amid a year of pandemic restrictions, India’s telemedicine startup Mfine has raised $16 million in its latest funding round led by Singapore-based investor Heritas Capital and family office Y’S Investment. Existing investors who also participated in the fundraising exercise include SBI Investment, SBI Ven Capital BEENEXT, and Alteria Capital, the company said in a statement.
Israeli Eyecontrol Raises $7.5 Million for Its AI-Powered Communication Solution for Ventilated Patients EyeControl developed a wearable, screenless assistive communication device. AI-powered eye-tracking technology enables remote communication between ventilated ICU patients, their families, and medical care teams.
Israeli Sight Diagnostics Raises $71 Million Amidst Covid-19 Demand for Blood Count Devices Sight isn't involved in Covid-19 detection, but its complete blood count (CBC) test is being used across the world to help treat coronavirus patients who require constant testing to determine their condition.
Singapore's NDR Medical Raises US$5.8M to Expand Its Smart Surgical Robots Business to China, US NDR will use the capital to prepare for the expansion into the US, regulatory submission across other major markets, as well as to further enhance the team's technical capabilities and explore other clinical applications for the product.