London-based uMed is a technology platform, which is embedded within a global network of healthcare providers that automates the process of building high-quality prospective research registries. In a recent development, the company raised venture capital funding to help healthcare providers take part in more clinical studies.
Raises €4.12M funding
The research technology company uMed has raised £3.7M (nearly €4.12M) from AlbionVC, Delin Ventures and Playfair Capital and Silicon Valley’s 11.2 Capital. The latest investment will help healthcare providers in the UK and US including hospitals and GPs. They will provide tools to run patient research more efficiently while protecting patient data and make sure regulatory compliance. This follows the £1M (nearly €1.1M) seed investment from Playfair Capital.