Birdie, a London-based well being tech startup specializing in reworking the state of aged care, has raised $30m (£24.5m) in a Collection B funding spherical.
Based in 2017, Birdie is aiming to reinvent house healthcare and assist older generations with an all-in-one software program resolution.
Birdie’s providers embody scheduling visits, creating care plans, getting ready audit stories, invoicing, in addition to full-service care administration.
“Our imaginative and prescient has at all times been to create a world the place everybody can age with confidence at house,” mentioned Birdie co-founder and CEO Max Parmentier.
“In 5 years, we have now turn out to be the working system for care suppliers, constructing the most important house healthcare dataset for the aged in Europe. With hundreds of thousands of scientific knowledge factors collected every month, we plan on deriving personalised and predictive insights to allow a value-based healthcare supply mannequin.
“This newest funding, simply over one 12 months from the final spherical, shouldn’t be solely a validation of Birdie’s development trajectory but in addition an endorsement of the potential of our social influence.”
The Collection B spherical was led by funding agency Sofina, with participation from OMERS Ventures and follow-on funding from Index Ventures.
“The house healthcare tech sector appears ripe for an revolutionary chief like Birdie to catalyse the required social change,” mentioned Harold Boël, CEO of Sofina.
“Aligned with our technique to again rising and sustainable companies, we’re excited to hitch them on their mission to counterpoint the lives of hundreds of thousands of older adults by preventive and personalised care at house.”
Stéphane Kurgan, enterprise accomplice at Index Ventures, added: “What actually units Birdie aside is the mixture of an intuitive product expertise coupled with a real partnership method to digital transformation.”
The most recent funding has introduced the entire quantity of funding raised by Birdie to $52m (£42.6m).
The corporate’s final funding spherical was in Could 2021, when Birdie raised £8.2m from Index Ventures and Kamet Ventures.
Birdie additionally had a £6m fundraise in November 2018 led by AXA.