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Lumiata Raises $4 Million from Khosla Ventures


lumiataLumiata, a San Mateo-based developer of predictive analytics focused on medical science and patient data, said on Wednesday it has raised $4 million in its first round of funding from Menlo Park-based Khosla Ventures. The company, formerly known as MEDgle, said it will use the proceeds to refine and commercialize its medical graph-based predictive analytics engine, currently being piloted by several hospital networks and health insurance carriers. Ash Damle, the founder and CEO of Lumiata, said the company uses a “GPS-like health navigation system” to calculate a user’s best routes to getting and staying healthy. “We believe that data-driven medical decisions can drive high quality, optimized care at a much lower cost,” said Damle. Read more