Axios – A medical data startup that plans to make its data accessible to a broader audience has announced a $100 million round led by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.
The company will begin rolling out its data-driven medical care platform in early 2019, according to a statement from the company.
The move comes as the medical field continues to struggle with a shortage of qualified physicians and other healthcare professionals, as well as a rise in chronic disease, which has also impacted the number of patients seeking care.
The $100m funding will help support the team’s ongoing development, and help the company scale up as the demand for medical care increases.
“The big data revolution is sweeping the globe, and it’s transforming healthcare,” said Dr. Yashar Ahmad, vice president of medical services at The Hill Group, which led the round.
“This startup has proven that medical data is a valuable resource for health care providers, but it’s also an incredible opportunity for medical research, a key driver of the healthcare economy, and a huge step forward in patient safety.”
The company’s data will be used to deliver personalized health care, with doctors, nurses, and other professionals working in a variety of settings to create personalized, personalized, tailored care for their patients.
The team also plans to work on other areas, such as the development of new diagnostics and medical devices.
The company has already launched a pilot program to connect physicians with patients in rural areas.
It’s also working on a medical device that could be used in the healthcare industry.
In the statement, the company also announced that it will begin accepting pre-orders for the “Medicare Connected,” a service that will provide access to medical information from a variety