Dutch-Icelandic medical startup Mint Solutions Holding BV has found the right medicine to cure its funding woes in the form of a € 5 million Series B equity funding round investment . The healthy donors are led by the Brabant Development Agency (BOM Capital) along with the company’s existing shareholders LSP (Life Sciences Partners), investing from its LSP Health Economics Fund, and Seventure Partners. Other shareholders, including NSA Ventures and a number of private Icelandic investors, also participated in the impressive financing round.
Literally Life-saving Technology
Unlike what it’s name suggests, this startup’s primary goal is not to be making a mint. Here is a company that really wants to make the world a better and safer place through their revolutionary medication safety system MedEye. This literally life-saving technology intends to stop and prevent medication errors and improve efficiency in hospitals and care institutions. Too often nurses make crucial and even life-threatening mistakes with medication; Mint Solutions estimates that hospitals currently make errors with 1 in 5 medication dosages. MedEye will change this as it assists nurses with getting patients the right types of medication with the right dosage at the right time. With the miracle MedTech of MedEye, hospitals can prevent at least half the mistakes they currently make. Several Dutch hospitals already successfully apply the sophisticated MedEye technology.