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Better Care Seeks €1.5 Million to Expand Internationally

In 2022, Better Care reached a turnover of €1 million, compared to half a million euros it achieved in 2021. By 2023, the Catalan biotech company plans to exceed €4 million in revenue. The company has spent more than a decade collaborating and researching with different health specialties. Better Care software is currently available in more than thirty hospitals in twelve countries.



Better Care is looking for more capital to grow. The Catalan biotech company specializing in technology for continuous patient monitoring using artificial intelligence (AI) has opened a new round of financing with the aim of raising €1.5 million to make the leap internationally, according to Xavier García, director General of Better Care.

The company is studying the possibility of the Capital Cell crowdfunding platform participating in the financing round with the aim of giving access and opportunity to small investors with smaller tickets. According to García, the company from Sabadell (Barcelona) is currently valued at more than €10 million.

The resources obtained by Better Care in this capital increase will be used to incorporate talent for its growth and international expansion. Likewise, the company will improve procedures in the area of ​​software development, will consolidate new opportunities in healthcare areas in different autonomous communities, and will expand into the US and Canadian markets in a few months.

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Better Care has obtained to date €800,000 of private financing and half a million euros of public aid 

In the last year, the company has raised €800,000 in a financing round in which family offices and private investors have participated. €500,000 of European funding is added to this capital.

García explained that the use of data in health accelerates diagnoses and can help prevent diseases with the implementation of new indicators. For the general director of Better Care, the problem lies in the interoperability of the data and, therefore, he comments that “we develop solutions, hand in hand with the health professionals themselves, that offer all the biomedical data generated by the patient centrally and facilitating decision making.

Better Care is a company founded in 2010 at the Parc Taulí l I3PT Research and Innovation Institute in Sabadell, which was conceived as an innovation project within the hospital itself to respond to its real needs.

The company’s first solution was to develop software that would manage and integrate data and information from different medical devices and manufacturers. The company optimizes the data load of a patient to make decisions about her health, as well as to investigate a pathology.

The company works with more than thirty hospital centers

Better Care has spent more than a decade collaborating and researching with managers and different health specialties that intervene in the centers. Better Care software is currently available in more than thirty hospitals in twelve countries.

In 2022, the company reached a turnover of €1 million, compared to half a million euros it achieved in 2021. By 2023, the Catalan biotech company plans to exceed €4 million in revenue.


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