Q&A With Growing Eden Prairie HealthTech Venture OneMedNet

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Christopher Hanna OneMedNetOneMedNet has been making headlines [1][2][3][4]over the past six months for their incremental, yet consistent capital raises.

Curious, we connected with CEO Christopher Hanna to learn more about what’s happening out there in Eden Prairie for this Minnesota healthtech venture that’s growing under the radar:

When, why and how did OneMedNet begin in the first place?

OneMedNet actually began in Hawaii around 2006 because of the rather unique geography there.  Say you were involved in an accident on one of the islands and needed medical care on the main island, or any different facility for that matter.

At that time you had to be put on a helicopter/transport plane and lifted to the hospital in Honolulu, which is still mostly the case.

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NightWare Launches Smart Watch App On Kickstarter

Screen Shot 2017-04-24 at 12.46.11 PMLocal startup NightWare recently launched on Kickstarter with the goal of attracting at least $6,500 from backers who want to support the evolution of their smartwatch app.

NightWare uses “supervised machine learning” and haptic feedback to potentially stop traumatic nightmares for people who suffer from PTSD, among other causes of disruptive sleep afflictions.

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Investors Sue Duluth Startup GeaCom

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By Brooks Johnson, Duluth News Tribune

“Investors are suing Duluth’s GeaCom Inc. for millions of dollars, alleging the medical device maker fraudulently led them to buy stakes in the company, according to court filings.

Five minority shareholders, who together invested more than $3.5 million into GeaCom, want to “recover the investment induced by … false statement regarding pending sales,” according to court documents filed in February.”

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Sansoro Health Banks $5.2 A Round Led By Bain For EMR Tech

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Screen Shot 2017-04-13 at 7.33.59 AMSansoro Health, an award-winning pioneer in data integration for health care, today announced that it has closed $5.2 million in Series A funding led by Bain Capital Ventures. Sansoro Health makes it easy to exchange real-time health care data between digital health applications and electronic medical records (EMRs).

The new funding will be used to expand sales, marketing and operations to accelerate Sansoro Health’s vision of transforming health care IT ecosystems through real-time digital health interoperability.”

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Coming Soon: The Ultimate Guide To HealthTech In Minnesota

by The TECHdotMN Team

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logo_healthtech_guideThe Ultimate Guide To HealthTech In Minnesota is underway as our next initiative a series of new resources for Minnesota’s technology industry.

It began last year with The Ultimate Guide To Coworking In Minnesota, followed by The Ultimate Guide To Women In Technology In Minnesota, and most recently: The The Ultimate Guide To SportsTech in Minnesota.

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Optum’s New VC Arm Invests $7.5M In HealthTech Startup SHYFT Analytics

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Optum-SHYFT-280By Sam Schaust, Twin Cities Business

“The investment arm of Optum, the fast-growing, technology-focused health services subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group, recently participated in a $20 million funding round for medtech startup SHYFT Analytics.

Optum Ventures’ investment of $7.5 million pushed Waltham, Massachusetts-based SHYFT over its funding goal. The startup did not specify what its Series B funding round goal was, but it did state the round was oversubscribed.”

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Mayo Clinic Ups Stake In Digital Health Startup AliveCor

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AliveCor-280By Don Jacobson, Twin Cities Business

“The Mayo Clinic has increased its venture investment stake in a Silicon Valley digital health startup touting a smartphone-based system that taps Mayo’s know-how in machine learning to detect and predict abnormal heart rhythms and the risk for stroke.

AliveCor of Mountain View, California, announced last week it has completed a Series D funding round of $30 million, led by Omron Healthcare, with participation from Mayo and its other existing inside investors. The goal is to boost the fortunes of the new Kardia Pro software platform, which is aimed at doctors.”

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