Australian healthcare startup secures $3M funding
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.