Financings In Brief
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
InTouch Health: Santa Barbara, Calif.-based firm will use proceeds from a $12.1 mil. Series C financing for ongoing product development and expansion of its sales and marketing team. The firm recently launched its RP-7 remote presence robotic system. The funding was led by Galen Partners, which will contribute two board members, as well as existing investors Acacia Venture Partners and InvestCare Partners. InTouch founder Yulan Wang previously founded robotics company Computer Motion, which merged with Intuitive Surgical in 2003...
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