AI Clinical Platform Navina secured $15 million in Series A funding


Navina, an Israel-based developer of an Artificial Intelligence supported clinical platform for primary care, has now secured $15 million in a Series A funding round.

Navina was founded by Ronen Lavi. It uses medically informed AI to replace disorganized patient data with an intuitive Patient Portrait – a logical grid that makes it possible for each and every primary care physician to assess some of the complex cases in minutes. The platform has already demonstrated measurable economic and clinical impact for the multi-specialty and primary care physicians groups nationwide.

Executive Opinion

Ronen Lavi, co-founder, and CEO said, "We started Navina to help physicians make the most of all the digital data that is overwhelming them. Navina delivers deep patient understanding in a quick view, and will become core to every physician-patient interaction. As new sources of patient data emerge, telehealth grows in its acceptance and COVID continues to pressure physicians, Navina will become indispensable to relieving their stress and supporting more responsive patient care. We are honored that Vertex, Schusterman Family Investments, and Grove - who has been with us since the beginning - are committed to our vision of a new era of AI-powered care."

Emanuel Timor, General Partner at Vertex Ventures, said, "We are excited to lead Navina’s new round of financing. The company is solving a major problem for primary care physicians, who occupy a critical role at medicine's front lines. It provides instant access to the data they need for proactive and empathetic care in the community. Physician adoption and high levels of usage demonstrate that Navina is filling this essential role. The company is led by an exceptionally talented and devoted team that blends deep technical and medical expertise. We believe that it combines the rapid scalability of a SaaS company with a transformative impact of a true healthcare disruptor."

Navina's Latest Funding

The latest funding brings the total funding secured to date to $22 million for the AI clinical startup.  Vertex Ventures Israel led the latest funding round. Other participating investors include Grove Ventures and Schusterman Family Investments (SFI).

The AI startup, as of now, has plans to use the new funds to accelerate investments in its clinical Artificial Intelligence technology, notes the announcement. Navina also intends to expand within a physician group and the enterprise healthcare market.
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