Digital-health-focused firm MDisrupt raised $6 million to help build out its consultancy offerings aimed at developers of health tech products.
According to the company, it has helped more than 55 digital health companies scale up their products by assisting with clinical, commercial and regulatory strategies since its founding in 2019.
The seed funding is slated to expand MDisrupt’s services to help companies generate real-world performance data to underpin the commercialization of their products.
“With more than $50 billion in investments in digital health over the last two years, the industry is now large enough that it needs its own enablement platforms, standards and benchmarks,” MDisrupt CEO Ruby Gadelrab said in a statement.
MDisrupt plans to organize the world’s digital health products by performance to assist healthcare providers in making data-driven decisions.
“The output of the platform reflects the data that will influence key decisionmakers and may ultimately be a benchmark for all users,” Gadelrab added.
The company’s backers included Bren Investments, Matthew Holt, Chantell Preston, Grail co-founder Jessica Owens and AKESOgen co-founders Mark Bouzyk, Ph.D., and Robert Boisjoli.