Aus­tralian health­care startup se­cures $3M fund­ing

BioSpectrum (Asia) - - Start-up News -

Dig­i­tal health­care startup Tyde has se­cured $3 mil­lion in Se­ries A fund­ing from an ar­ray of high net-worth and in­sti­tu­tional in­vestors to pre­pare the com­pany’s app for an in­flux of Aus­tralians us­ing it to mon­i­tor their health records, af­ter the govern­ment launches its opt-out ver­sion of the My Health Record sys­tem later this year.

Founded in 2016 by Ro­main Bon­jean, Shamus Cooper, and Sudeep Go­hil, Tyde of­fers the 5 mil­lion Aus­tralians cur­rently signed up to the govern­ment’s My Health Record pro­gram a way to con­nect with and ac­cess all their med­i­cal records via an app. They can then share the records with rel­e­vant med­i­cal pro­fes­sion­als.

The funds will be used to fuel the Tyde’s go-to-mar­ket strat­egy by the end of the year, and to ex­pand its en­gi­neer­ing team to help de­liver on its prod­uct roadmap.

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