Cohealo pulls in $1.5M to push tech that manages med equipment use

Florida startup Cohealo has pulled in $1.5 million new seed funding to help expand marketing of technology tools designed to help hospitals manage the use of their medical equipment. Boston's Romulus Capital led the round, which also include a number of angel investors, VentureBeat reported. According to the story, 40 hospitals across the country are already using the technology, a number the founders want to triple in 2014. Entrepreneur Mark Slaughter launched Cohealo and previously sold minimally invasive robotic and laparoscopic surgical equipment, the article noted. Story

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