January 4

Smarter Health Gets USD $3.8 Million To Reduce Healthcare Costs in Southeast Asia

By Catherine Shu

Organizing information from providers, insurers and patients not only takes a lot of time, but increases private healthcare costs. Smarter Health, a Singaporean-based startup, develops technology that allows smoother exchange of data between different parties in the healthcare system, improving patient care and reducing administrative costs. The company announced today it has raised a $5.15 million SGD (about $3.8 million USD) Series A led by East Ventures for product development and to expand in Southeast Asia.

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Source: TechCrunch (link opens in a new window)

Health Care, Technology
artificial intelligence, healthcare technology, startups