Based in Japan and India. Has led to 1 successful fundraise in Japan. Been working the space of Venture Capital and Private Equity for the last 3 years.

Ambio Health, a healthcare technology company specializing in health monitoring systems, today announced its third round of angel funding in the amount of $525,000, for a total of $2M of funding since Ambio was founded in 2011.

The Ambio Remote Health Monitoring System debuted at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show and was named as one of eWeek’s ’10 Health and Fitness Tools To Track Exercise, Chronic Conditions.’ The product offers patients wireless remote health monitoring for a variety of chronic conditions including high blood pressure and diabetes. Home health readings are automatically logged and can be viewed by family members, healthcare providers and caregivers from the secure, web-based Ambio Care Portal. Individualized reminders can also be created for readings and medications that can be sent to the patient via telephone call, text message or email. The tool is HIPAA compliant.

‘We’ve seen a tremendous amount of momentum since launching at CES earlier this year,’ said Kevin Jones, chief executive officer at Ambio Health. ‘In addition to our funding, we achieved another milestone when we secured FDA 510(k) clearance in July. The market momentum and customer feedback we have received thus far further validates our belief that an alternative monitoring product that is affordable and easy-to-use is sorely needed in the healthcare market.’

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About Ambio Health
Headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, Ambio Health’s mission is to help people live better in their own homes. The company’s proprietary technology provides the most affordable and easiest-to-use wireless health and activity monitoring solution available.
The Ambio Remote Health Monitoring System wirelessly sends readings from devices such as blood pressure and blood glucose meters, and a weight scale to the web-based Ambio Care Portal where they can be viewed by patients and their authorized caregivers. Activities of daily living can also be monitored using Ambio motion and door/window sensors.

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