StartUp Health, a global organization focused on investing in entrepreneurs who are working on innovative solutions in the healthcare space, named TQIntelligence one of its newest health transformer companies.
Founded by Dr. Yared Alemu, a psychologist, Atlanta-based TQIntelligence is a health technology startup that is seeking to innovate in the mental health sector via its platform that aims to improve patient outcomes and contain costs.
TQIntelligence is a startup in the Advanced Technology Development Center’s portfolio of companies.
Startup Health, based in New York, works with entrepreneurs in the health sector who are focused bringing solutions in several key areas, including access to care, cancer, women’s health, children’s health, and mental health.
The organization, which closed on a capital raise of $31 million in September of 2018 via its Startup Health Ventures unit and earmarked toward strategic investments in health startups, also has its StartUp Health Academy, which coaches entrepreneurs, and Startup Health Network, which highlights the stories of the health industry’s innovators.