CuePath Which Help You Monitor Medication Raised $1.8 Million
CuePath – is a smart medication system that helps patients keep track of their pill dosages and timing.
The 8-person company has customers ranging from pharmacies to retirement communities. CuePath CEO Victor Lesau helped launch the startup after witnessing his grandmother’s trying health scares caused by mismanaging her pills.
The Vancouver, B.C.-based startup today announced a $1.8 million seed round from Genome British Columbia’s Industry Innovation Program Fund; E-Fund; Canada Innovation Acceleration Investment; and a group of angel investors.
CuePath will use the fresh cash to complete user trials and increase manufacturing production.
The existing solutions use too much tech, which require additional training for patients,” Lesau told GeekWire. “We remove these barriers by utilizing packaging that people are already familiar with, while seamlessly integrating into a pharmacy’s workflow.”
Medication compliance is a huge issue and the ability to track and monitor remotely is a significant need,” Tony Brooks, CFO at Genome British Columbia, said in a statement.