A Madison-based startup that makes technology to improve outcomes in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) has raised $2.5 million to commercialize its product in the U.S.
Child Health Imprints was founded in Singapore in 2018 and established its U.S. operations in Madison in 2021. The company has gained traction in Asia and is looking to prove itself in the U.S. by establishing early customers here, Child Health Imprints CEO Harpreet Singh said.
“The focus is, first of all, to get the prominent children’s hospitals and delivery centers to use this product,” Singh said. “Then, you multiply.”