emocha’s $6.2 million Series A raise was recently featured in The Daily Record, along with the company’s plans to recruit more clinicians and specialists to work directly with patients. Asynchronous modalities, like emocha’s video Directly Observed Therapy, circumvent issues with scheduling, and enable people without broadband internet to access quality care. To improve medication adherence and care for chronic illnesses like diabetes and asthma, and reach all patients, healthcare will have to move towards services that are “not bound by any one modality but are still safe and secure,” emocha CEO Sebastian Seiguer told the newspaper.

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