Kallyope, which gives a drug-discovery platform targeted on growing therapies involving the gut-brain axis, introduced it had raised $236 million in a Sequence D funding spherical led by Mubadala Funding Firm and the Column Group.
Different individuals within the spherical embody Alexandria Enterprise Investments, Invoice Gates, Casdin Capital, Euclidean Capital, Illumina Ventures, Lux Capital, Polaris Companions, Two Sigma Ventures, StepStone Group, DNS Capital, Hartford Healthcare Endowment, Parkwood LLC and Tao Capital. The corporate mentioned it has now raised almost $480 million.
Kallyope plans to make use of the brand new funding to enhance its platform, fund scientific trials and advance its remedy pipeline.
Direct-to-consumer digital care firm Ro scored $150 million in funding. The spherical was led by ShawSpring Companions, with participation from Common Catalyst, FirstMark Capital, TQ Ventures, SignalFire, BoxGroup, the Chernin Group, Initialized Capital, Altimeter Capital, Baupost Group and Seven Seven Six.
“With this funding, Ro can speed up our pursuit of revolutionizing healthcare by constructing accessible, impactful and trusted care that folks need. This yr, which means debuting a unified, single-branded care expertise for our sufferers and additional enabling different healthcare corporations to learn from the patient-centric expertise and providers we have constructed,” Ro cofounder and CEO Zachariah Reitano mentioned in an announcement.
Memora Health, a platform for managing advanced care wants together with messaging, automated reminders, metrics and scheduling, scooped up $40 million.
The spherical was led by Transformation Capital, with participation from traders together with Andreessen Horowitz, Frist Cressey Ventures, Edward Elmhurst Well being and AlleyCorp. According to Crunchnbase, the funding brings the corporate’s whole elevate to $50.5 million.
“Memora solves some of the urgent points for suppliers – automating advanced care journeys the place affected person touchpoints are key for higher outcomes, and caregivers can collaboratively handle these care journeys and monitor their progress,” Todd Cozzens, managing accomplice at Transformation Capital, mentioned in an announcement. He’ll be part of Memora’s board as a part of the funding.
“Memora has constructed an built-in platform with a rising library of lots of of journeys throughout all main specialties, and is digitizing the most effective care-management course of for advanced sufferers from main well being methods. The result’s a user-friendly software for sufferers and caregivers to handle advanced care in a scientific and constant method.”
Digital health firm FitOn scored $40 million in a Sequence C funding spherical led by Delta-v Capital.
Accel, Maverick Ventures, Second Avenue Companions and Mantis VC additionally participated, together with a strategic funding from UTA VC, United Expertise Company’s enterprise arm. The Sequence C comes months after an $18 million round introduced in October, bringing the health startup’s whole elevate to $70 million.
Together with the funding, FitOn additionally introduced the acquisition of Peerfit, a health firm targeted on the employer market.
“Given the brand new regular of hybrid and distant work, we consider – now greater than ever – that it’s important to create accessible, customized well being and health options,” FitOn cofounder and CEO Lindsay Cook dinner mentioned in an announcement.
“FitOn is laser-focused on constructive social engagement amongst shoppers, workers and plan members, offering them with enjoyable and thrilling methods to get match, de-stress, and join with one another. Combining Peerfit with the modern digital platform we’ve got constructed at FitOn, will create a first-of-its-kind digital and in-person wellness expertise to have interaction folks each at house and of their communities.”
Healthcare staffing startup Kevala raised $12.1 million in Sequence A funding.
The spherical was led by Cercano Administration, with participation from Costanoa Ventures, Excessive Alpha and PSL Ventures. The corporate scored $4 million in seed funding early final yr.
Initially targeted on long-term care staffing, scheduling and credentialing, Kevala plans to broaden into new states this yr. It at the moment operates in Washington, Oregon, Utah, Montana and Texas.
“The staffing disaster has made it troublesome, if not unimaginable, for schedulers to maintain shifts full, compliant and productive,” Kevala cofounder and CEO Todd Owens mentioned in an announcement. “Healthcare operators, stretched skinny and unable to depend on everlasting workers alone, are in search of extra versatile staffing choices, together with company and inner float groups.”