Transitioning an elderly patient to palliative care can be a difficult decision for caregivers, but it’s one that families and clinicians across the globe make every day. Seattle-based KenSci contends that technology can help all parties make better, more informed choices.
The startup’s software has gained traction in hospitals, where KenSci says crunching patient mortality data leads to healthcare savings. Now KenSci has $22 million in new funding to support its growth.
The company’s latest round of financing was led by Polaris Partners, and the other participating investors included Mindset Ventures, Osage Venture Partners, and UL Ventures, KenSci says. The startup… Read more »
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