Navina secures $15 million Series A for AI primary care platform
The Israeli startup uses medically-informed artificial intelligence to replace disorganized patient data with a logical grid to assist primary care physicians in making complex decisions
CTech | 15:00 18.10.2021
Israeli startup Navina, which has developed an AI-powered clinical platform for primary care, announced on Monday that it has secured $15 million in Series A funding led by Vertex Ventures Israel. Schusterman Family Investments (SFI) and existing investor Grove Ventures also joined the round. This brings the company’s total funding to date to $22 million, raised within 12 months after commercial launch. Navina uses medically-informed AI to replace disorganized patient data with a Patient Portrait - a logical grid that makes it possible for every primary care physician to assess complex cases in minutes. Until now primary care physicians have had limited tools to effectively absorb point of care data for a quick understanding of their patients.