Well being administration platform Novi Well being raises $5M in Collection A funding spherical

Novi Well being, a Singapore-based well being tech firm and specialist clinic, has scored $5 million in a Collection A funding spherical led by Monk’s Hill Ventures.


Based in 2018, the corporate presents a healthcare platform that integrates scientific remedies with behavioural and life-style interventions to deal with power circumstances.

It has two core digital merchandise: Novi Magnum and Novi Optimum Plus. The previous helps folks with diabetes management their situation utilizing steady glucose monitoring expertise, coupled with medical care and dietary and life-style teaching. A study has discovered that this programme helped contributors cut back HbA1c by 1% and weight by nearly 6% over three months. 

In the meantime, the latter is focused at folks desirous to lose extra weight. It additionally integrates medical remedy with well being teaching to attain sustainable and wholesome weight reduction.


Novi Well being’s newest funds will likely be used to rent extra folks for its expertise, progress, and product groups, in addition to put money into its technology-enabled platform.


Different Singaporean startups within the power illness administration area like MiyaHealth and HealthBeats have additionally just lately raised investments for his or her enterprise expansions. 

In different information, ConnectedHealth just lately launched a brand new illness administration app for sufferers with Kind 2 diabetes. Known as SugoSure, it presents a subscription-based service that gives digital well being assist, distant monitoring, and well being teaching.


“Our digital-first strategy permits us to extend accessibility and affordability of our providers, giving us the chance to impression extra lives. Since launch, our purchasers have achieved important enhancements in diabetes management and weight discount and we look ahead to bringing our options to an excellent wider viewers,” mentioned Novi Well being CEO and co-founder Sue Anne Toh.


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