An NHS app secures £7m funding and will help you take your meds on time

Oct 26, 2017 · bdaily.co.uk

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Echo, a UK medication management app, has announced today (October 25) that it has raised a £7m Series A round of funding led by White Star Capital. Other participants in the round include MMC Ventures, LocalGlobe, Global Founders Capital, Rocket Internet and Public.io.

Christian Hernandez of White Star Capital is to join the Echo board. The investment follows a £1.8m seed round from LocalGlobe, Global Founders Capital and Rocket Internet in 2016.

Christian Hernandez, managing partner at White Star Capital, commented: "Echo is bringing smart, data-driven solutions to a problem that affects millions of people, including members of my own family.

"The team’s focus on product design and collaboration with the NHS delights patients while benefiting doctors and the NHS. Echo puts the patient at the centre of the healthcare journey, streamlining medication management and hopefully improving their quality of life."

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