Mark Cuban invests in Durham startup

Posted by David Bracken on November 12, 2013 

Validic, a Durham startup that has a health care management platform, announced this week that it has raised $760,000 from angel investors.

The round was led by Mark Cuban, the entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks.

Validic offers a platform that enables health care apps and devices that record health data – such FitBit, FuelBand and in-home blood pressure monitors – to connect to the larger health care system of hospitals and insurers.

“Personalized health is the future of healthcare,” Cuban said in a statement, “and with the explosive growth of new mobile apps and devices coming on the market, Validic solves a fundamental problem of integrating all those new innovations into the healthcare system.”

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