Surgical collaboration app Chiefy raises $4.2M

Surgical collaboration app Chiefy introduced this week it had raised $4.2 million in a seed funding spherical led by LionBird with participation from Nina Capital and Emerge Ventures.


The startup provides a chat and communication platform that enables members of the surgical crew to carry a pre-operation briefing just about, as an alternative of counting on in-person conferences or textual content messages, emails and telephone calls.

Chiefy pitches the software as a manner to enhance surgical high quality, as huddles – or quick conferences to share info and focus on the surgical sport plan – have been proven to enhance affected person care and surgeon satisfaction. The startup argues an asynchronous and digital strategy to huddles might permit extra suppliers to take part.

The corporate stated it plans to make use of the funds to hurry product improvement and discover new well being system and hospital prospects. 

“When everyone seems to be compelled to do extra with much less, we should discover new methods to make use of applied sciences to assist clinicians concentrate on what’s essential,” Chiefy cofounder and CEO Maya Ber Lerner stated in an announcement.

“Chiefy is constructed to problem the concept that if hospitals need prime quality, they should be slower, or clinicians have to endure. We consider that high quality, effectivity, and clinician expertise is usually a win-win-win. This requires constructing a tradition of belief, and our expertise serves as an enabler for constructing this tradition.”


One other firm within the digital surgical procedure area is Proximie, which permits surgeons to document procedures and lets outdoors surgeons just about “scrub in.” The corporate additionally pitches its platform as a manner to enhance surgical high quality. It raised $80 million last year and was not too long ago chosen for Amazon Web Services’ latest healthcare accelerator.  

PrecisionOS, which makes use of digital actuality for surgical coaching and planning, received FDA 510(k) clearance in late 2021 for its InVisionOS software that creates a 3D building of a affected person’s CT scan that may be seen or manipulated earlier than the operation. 

There are a number of corporations that goal to make use of VR for surgical coaching and evaluation. Osso VR raised $66 million final yr, and FundamentalVR scooped up $20 million in 2022. 

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