Current Health raises $11.5 million for AI-powered remote health monitoring

One startup chasing after it is Current Health (formerly snap40), which Christopher McCann and Microsoft veteran Stewart Whiting cofounded in 2015 with the goal of preventing illness for one million patients around the world by 2021. The Edinburgh-based firm provides a patient management product that predicts diseases and recommends specific interventions to physicians and nurses, using a combination of machine learning, clinical indicators, symptoms, and vital signs monitoring.

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