IHH Healthcare, Sequoia India and EDBI part of investors in medtech start-up Us2.ai’s US$15 million series A round

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner4/14/2022 10:55 AM GMT+08  • 2 min read
IHH Healthcare, Sequoia India and EDBI part of investors in medtech start-up Us2.ai’s US$15 million series A round
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IHH Healthcare – a Singapore Exchange and Bursa Malaysia-listed healthcare operator – and investment company Heal Partners are leading a US$15 million ($20.3 million) series A round in medtech start-up Us2.ai.

IHH Healthcare CEO Kelvin Loh says that the company is looking to support and make cutting-edge clinical tools and care more accessible and affordable for patients, through its investments in digital health companies like Us2.ai.

“[This will] enhance the delivery of care by doctors [and] will speed up the diagnosis of heart conditions for the public,” he explains.

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