What You Should Know:

Isaac Health, a rising leader in digital brain health, has successfully closed an oversubscribed $5.7 million Seed funding round led by Meridian Street Capital and B Capital, bringing together prominent players like Primetime Partners, Co-Found Partners, VU Venture Partners, and AirAngels.

– This crucial funding round empowers Isaac Health to accelerate their mission by expanding their innovative brain health provider platform. advancing technology for improved screening, diagnosis, and management. In addition, the funding will enable the company to build strategic partnerships to solidify their leadership position in the rapidly evolving brain health landscape.

Addressing the “Dementia Neurology Desert”

Over 20 states in the country are classified as “dementia neurology deserts,” meaning access to specialist care is severely limited. Tragically, an estimated 61% of dementia cases and a staggering 92% of mild cognitive impairment cases remain undiagnosed. This lack of access and awareness leaves millions vulnerable to debilitating brain health conditions.

A Beacon of Hope for Brain Health

Isaac Health stands as a beacon of hope, harnessing cutting-edge technology and predictive machine learning to revolutionize brain healthcare. Their innovative platform identifies patients with diverse cognitive and brain health conditions, offering center-of-excellence-level care across communities. By partnering with health systems and health plans, they provide comprehensive screening, diagnosis, treatment, and management for patients afflicted with dementia and other brain health concerns.

“We are thrilled to have secured this significant investment, which reflects the confidence our investors have in the potential for Isaac Health to be the category defining player for brain health,” said Julius Bruch, CEO of Isaac Health. “This funding will enable us to accelerate our mission of providing high-quality patient-centered care for the evaluation and management of dementia and many other brain health conditions.”