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Osmind banks $40M to scale up EHR for mental health providers with a focus on psychedelic, ketamine therapies

May 16, 2022


Osmind, a San Francisco-based startup that built electronic health record software for mental health providers, scored $40 million in a series B round to scale up its technology.

The company’s EHR technology is directed towards novel interventions for mental health such as psychedelic medicines and neuromodulation therapies like transcranial magnetic stimulation.

“We’re focused on building electronic health record software, which we sell to mental health providers that are seeing patients with moderate to severe mental health conditions The software allows them to better manage their patients and run their practices and also allows everyone to contribute to research for better future treatments,” Lucia Huang, CEO and co-founder of Osmind told Fierce Healthcare. “We also work with life sciences companies to analyze some of the data that’s being entered into the software.”

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