Funding

MobiHealthNews: Reflexion Health raises $7.5 million for Microsoft Kinect-powered physical therapy

San Diego-based Reflexion Health, which offers physical therapy programs that leverage Microsoft Kinect for Windows, has raised $7.5 million from the West Health Investment Fund. The Fund was also the sole investor in Reflexion’s $4.25 million seed round in 2012. The Reflexion system is currently undergoing pilot studies at Partners HealthCare’s Center for Connected Health in Boston and San Diego’s Rady Children’s Hospital.

MedCityNews: An interactive physical therapy tool attracts $7.5M from West Health Fund

Digital health startup Reflexion Health wants to make prescribed physical therapy more engaging and easier for patients recovering from surgery with reduced mobility. It secured $7.5 million in Series A funding from West Health Institute’s fund to support the advancement of the Microsoft Kinect-based platform called Vera, according to a company statement.

Reflexion Health announces $7.5M Series A financing from West Health Investment Fund

Reflexion Health, Inc., developer of a software platform for rehabilitation medicine, today announced it has closed a $7.5 million Series A Preferred Stock financing, with the Gary and Mary West Health Investment Fund.  Reflexion Health will use the proceeds of the financing to further develop “Vera™,” its Microsoft Kinect-based physical therapy program.

MedCity: HIT Firm Raises $4.25M to Develop Rehabilitation Kinect Game

A healthcare IT startup is developing physical rehabilitation software that could be prescribed by doctors or physical therapists. Reflexion Health has raised $4.25 million from the West Health Investment Fund for its Rehabilitation Tracker program, according to a company statement. It is an affiliate of the West Health Institute founded by telemarketing billionaires Gary and Mary West.