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Local telehealth startup raises $2.5 million

Local telehealth startup raises $2.5 million


SteadyMD, a startup that has developed an online platform for doctors to engage with patients, has raised $2.5 million from a group of investors, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

The money was raised from 11 investors. Guy Friedman, cofounder and CEO of the company, declined to comment on the financing. 

Friedman, along with cofounder and COO Yarone Goren, are listed as directors of the startup. Chris Cooper, a partner with Utah-based venture capital firm Pelion Venture Partners, is listed as a director. 

SteadyMD, which has its office in the TechArtista coworking space in the Central West End, has previously raised approximately $450,000 through debt offerings, federal filings show. 

The startup initially specialized in connecting doctors with patients in fitness segments. Users of the platform can browse doctors based on specialties those doctors have and then book appointments with them through a mobile app or online.

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