Israeli healthcare data exchange platform, Briya, secured an $11.5 million Series A funding round led by Team8, with participation from Insight Partners, Amiti Ventures and the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
Focused on advancing the U.S. healthcare ecosystem, Briya provides a scalable data exchange solution that facilitates efficient and secure sharing of anonymized patient data. Previously implemented in Europe and Israel, this state-of-the-art platform allows hospitals to monetize their healthcare data, thereby creating a revenue stream, while ensuring data security and compliance.
Briya’s platform eliminates operational bottlenecks by standardizing and de-identifying healthcare data for research organizations. It thereby speeds up the development of new therapies by offering seamless access to high-quality, real-world data.
Leveraging blockchain technology, Briya standardizes EHRs for easy access and secure exchange. Its technology also accommodates the use of AI and machine learning tools, further expediting clinical trials and drug discoveries.
Founded in 2020 by Guy Tish and David Lazerson, the startup has raised a total of $17 million in funding. It’s last round was closed last year when it raised $5.5 million.