Human API raises $10M to expand consumer health data network

Human API, a consumer-centric health data network, received $10 million in funding to expand its data infrastructure and machine learning capabilities.

The company's data platform is designed to allow users to access and share their health data from various EHR vendors, labs, pharmacies, wearable devices and health apps.

Organizations that participated in the finance round include Guardian Life Insurance, SCOR Life and Health Ventures and SciFi VC.

Human API's data network encompasses more than 600,000 healthcare providers and 230 million consumers.

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