Healthsense closes strategic financing with leading healthcare investors

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Healthsense announced it has raised an additional $7 million in a round of Series-D financing led by new investors Merck Global Health Innovation Fund and Fallon Community Health Plan. The financing will help Healthsense extend the reach of its remote monitoring platform throughout senior living communities across the United States. Using the company's eNeighbor passive monitoring and analytics technology, caregivers can proactively detect emerging health concerns before they turn into emergencies. Care providers can also be automatically alerted to emergent situations like falls, minimizing the potentially catastrophic consequences of such events. The integration of the company's solutions can meet the monitoring and oversight needs of individuals across the continuum of care, helping them stay independent and healthy as long as possible.

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