The recent Digital Health Summer Summit brought with it a plethora of announcements within the digital healthcare arena. This includes Sense.ly announcing that it has raised an impressive $2.2 million dollars in their Series A round of funding.
The company’s virtual nurse platform is designed to assist patients with monitoring their chronic conditions via a “virtual nurse.”
The virtual nurse is named Molly, and she is able provide a multitude of tasks—all in a conversational manner. This includes talking patients through how to use the platform, how to take their vitals, and providing feedback on how they are managing their stress, sleep, diet, and pain. She even connects them with a physician if needed.