10. Cera (Healthcare Technology Systems): $312.35 million (HealthTech)London-based Cera is an elder care platform for managing at-home healthcare.
Patients and their caretakers can use the Cera Care app to schedule appointments and track symptoms, medications, nutrition, activity (including sleep) and vital signs in real-time. The company said it delivered more than 1.5 million at-home appointments just in January 2023.
Cera has developed artificial intelligence algorithms to predict a patient’s worsening condition to trigger earlier, more effective intervention. The company is also testing an AI healthcare voice assistant that uses machine learning to ask patients questions by phone, analyzing responses to monitor their health and warn of deteriorating conditions
The company launched in 2016 and is led by CEO and co-founder Dr. Ben Maruthappu. Cera planned to use the investor funding to expand internationally and expand the number of patients it supports by 500%.