As reported by Medical Design and Outsourcing, the neurocognitive test developed by Nueterra Capital portfolio company BrainCheck may help identify patients with post-COVID brain fog. The mobile test may also help physicians determine a care plan for patients with post-COVID brain fog, as well as help them track patient cognitive function over time. The test takes 10-15 minutes to complete and factors in the patient’s age in scoring results. BrainCheck Chief Medical Officer Dr. Reza Hosseini Ghomi said the tests will be covered by Medicare and private insurance. BrainCheck is currently used in over 400 neurology, primary care, and geriatrics practices.
Nueterra Capital portfolio company Homebase has selected global company GoKeyless to be its online master distributor. GoKeyless operates across multiple industries including commercial, residential, and healthcare and is certified by the Associated Locksmiths of America. As part of the distribution deal, GoKeyless will guide customers through purchase, installation, and onboarding for the Homebase platform. You can read more about Homebase and GoKeyless on Homebase’s website.
Homebase, a Nueterra Capital portfolio company, announced that it will expand its building access control and smart lock offerings into Canada. Homebase has partnered with ArcWifi, the largest provider of smart IoT systems and WiFi-as-an-amenity in Canada, to create a complete smart access control and community WiFi solution to Canadian property owners and developers. Homebase’s innovative technologies will reduce property management costs by removing the need for locksmiths or rekeying after resident turnover. You can read more about Homebase’s expansion and partnership with ArcWifi on Homebase’s website.
Nueterra Capital portfolio company Homebase has partnered with Walmart to provide direct-to-unit deliveries for multi-unit residential communities. For a low monthly fee, the InHome program provides delivery personnel a one-time code for entry into both a building’s main entrance and the resident’s specific unit through Homebase Access, an innovative platform for managing access at multi-unit buildings. This allows Walmart employees to deliver prescription medications securely to a patient’s home (currently in Missouri only), deliver groceries directly into a customer’s refrigerator or freezer, and pick up items for return to Walmart. For added security, customers can watch a livestream of the delivery on their phones or tablets through the InHome app.
Homebase works with property owners and managers of apartments or student housing to create the ultimate smart living resident experience. Homebase founder Blake Miller was recently named the No Coast Tech Connector of the Year and the company was named a 2021 Best Tech Startup by the Tech Tribune.
Nueterra Capital portfolio company IVX Health, a national provider of infusion and injection therapy for patients with multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other complex chronic conditions, has announced the opening of three new centers in the Indianapolis metropolitan area: Emerson Pointe, Fishers Corner, and Park Meridian. This is the latest expansion for the company, following its recent growth in the Chicagoland market. IVX Health offers the same high-quality standards and safety protocols as hospital-based infusions but with an intentional design to meet the unique needs of patients with chronic health conditions. Stand-alone facilities, guaranteed private suites that allow for proper social distancing, parking directly out front, and visits by appointment are coupled with amenities like flat-screen TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi, complimentary snacks, and flexible appointment times to support a positive patient experience.
Ade Adesanya, a co-founder of Nueterra Capital portfolio company Moving Analytics, was featured in Pitchbook’s “53 Black founders and investors to watch in 2021.” Developed in partnership with Stanford University, Moving Analytics is the leading platform for delivering virtual cardiovascular rehabilitation programs.
Adrian James co-founded Omada Health, a digital care provider that empowers people to achieve their health goals through sustainable behavioral change. The strategic addition of James to the board of directors at Moving Analytics further positions the company to take advantage of rapid growth buoyed by interest in telehealth services and the need to provide accessible, convenient, life-saving cardiac care to patients without putting them at risk for complications from COVID19. You can read the full press release here.
Nueterrra Capital portfolio company Casetabs today announced that it will merge with HST Pathways. Casetabs provides cloud-based software with an intuitive central coordination hub that delivers real-time case information and updates to healthcare and hospital facility staff, physician office staff, physicians, anesthesiologists, and vendor reps. HST Pathways offers a complementary suite of specialized software solutions that help ASCs achieve efficiencies with surgical scheduling, supply chain management, electronic health record clinical workflows, and others.
The merger is supported by a majority investment led by Bain Capital Technologies with a minority investment from Nexxus Holdings. The merger will allow Casetabs and HST to accelerate the pipeline of their ASC information management products and services. You can read the full press release here.
Nueterra Capital portfolio company IVX Health announced the opening of two new infusion centers in two Chicago suburbs, Lombard and Naperville. These centers double IVX Health’s Chicago footprint, joining the existing centers in Glenview and Schaumburg. IVX Health is a national provider of infusion and injection therapy for patients with multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other complex chronic conditions. You can read more about IVX Health’s expansion here.
Nueterra Capital portfolio company KēlaHealth has announced the closing of a $2.9 million seed financing and milestone-based $10 million Series A financing, inclusive of grant funding from the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation (SBIR) Program. KēlaHealth is a surgical intelligence platform that applies a dynamic cycle of patient-specific predictions, stratified interventions, and outcomes tracking to reduce surgical complications. You can read the full press release here.