Optimize Health, a Seattle-based startup that sells remote care software to the healthcare industry, raised $18.6 million in a Series A round.

  • Founded in 2015, the company offers a remote patient monitoring and chronic care management software platform to independent practices, hospital systems, and more.
  • The company is led by CEO Todd Haedrich, a former executive at Covetrus who took over from co-founder Jeff LeBrun in 2021.
  • Foundry and Escalate Capital Partners led the round. Other backers include Bonfire Ventures, Daher Capital, Navigate Ventures, Attento Capital, OpenView, 500 Global, SOSV, and Jumpstart Capital.
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