SAN FRANCISCO – Catalia Health, a patient care management company that provides an artificial intelligence-powered patient engagement platform, has raised $4 million pre-Series A funding to expand into new disease states and grow the company. Catalia Health’s platform combines AI, psychology and medical best practices to people with chronic illnesses through its personal health care robot, Mabu. “This additional funding is a great proof point for the platform we’ve developed and will help us more rapidly expand the number of patients who can benefit from interactions with Mabu,” said Cory Kidd, CEO and founder of Catalia Health, in a statement. The robot completes daily check-ins using tailored conversations with patients to help them manage care routines, overcome the challenges of isolating illnesses and provide insight to health care professionals about patient health, progress and adherence to treatment. The company has also appointed Charles Wu as director of product management. Catalia Health will begin a patient roll out in its first three disease states early 2018.
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