Kompa Saude health tech, focusing on users of Brazil’s SUS, gets US$1.5 million investment

"We will not give up until every Brazilian citizen has to access to quality digital healthcare in the palm of their hand. That's what we believe in," says Bruno Carvalho, CEO of Kompa Saude.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Sign Health, a digital health company whose mission since 2019 has been to promote access to quality medicine for classes C and D (lower to average middle class), most of whom rely exclusively on Brazil's free national health service (SUS), received an R$8 (US$1.5) million investment from Astella Investimentos.

The startup is now called Kompa Saúde and aims to develop new technologies such as artificial intelligence. This move is part of its expansion plans in the Brazilian market. Today, the startup, which expects to grow more than 300% by the end . . .

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