New-York based health care tech startup Trusty.care recently received more than $800,000 in a round of pre-seed financing. Participating in the round of funding—led by Walter A. Winshall—were StartUp Health, The Fund, Eclectic Fund I, 37 Angels, Caingels, and individual angel investors.
Utilizing Trusty.care’s platform helps to prevent the occurrence of unnecessary health care costs for consumers using Medicare, and also helps them to save money on medications and maximize their benefits. By implementing predictive analytics, the platform projects consumers’ out-of-pocket costs, and then helps them choose the health plan that fits them best from a cost and coverage standpoint.
Trusty.care is the first senior-focused data-driven platform designed to reduce unnecessary health care costs using predictive analytics. Trusty.care’s CEO states the organization’s mission as being to ensure that no senior goes through bankruptcy because of health care costs.
This was reported by Cision PR Newswire on December 3, 2018.