We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Israeli healthtech startup Navina used to raise $7 million
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- Israeli healthtech startup Navina just raised $7 million in a seed funding round backed by Grove Ventures.
- The firm uses artificial intelligence to compile patients’ data into ‘Patient Portraits’, allowing physicians to focus on treatment.
- Business Insider got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Navina used to bring investors on board.
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Navina, an AI-focused healthcare startup, just raised $7 million in a seed funding round backed by Grove Ventures.
Founded in 2018 by Ronen Lavi and Shay Perera, Navina uses artificial intelligence to sift through patient data and provide doctors with a “Patient Portrait”.
Navina says its service provides a timely solution in the post-COVID world, where a tsunami of delayed medical appointments threatens to overwhelm national health systems.
“We recognize the role that primary care plays as a bottom-up catalyst for transforming the US healthcare system,” said Lavi. “We’re creating a new world of simplicity, so that every physician in the US, starting with primary care, can spend time with their patients, not their data.”
We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Navina used to bring investors on board. Check it out below: