Berlin's Hale Raises €350K to tackle pelvic pain. The female-founded startup revolutionizes patient care with a home-care app, bridging the gap in pain research and providing personalized support.
Hale, co-founded by Vittoria Brolis and Gaia Salizzoni, aims to transform the lives of one in four women experiencing pelvic pain. With a team of experts, they've crafted a scientific, data-driven approach to guide patients throughout their health journey.
Their innovative app offers personalized home-care assistance, a private community, and daily well-being monitoring. Soon, it will provide data-driven advice and expert consultations, fostering patient adherence and psycho-sexual support.
Fueled by €350K pre-seed funding, Hale is on a mission to revolutionize women's health in Italy and Europe. The future of patient care is bright as Hale integrates with existing healthcare systems, bridging the gap in pain research and empowering women's well-being.
Co-founder Vittoria Brolis said, “It took us years to get the right diagnosis, and along the way, we tried treatments and procedures that didn’t work. We put together a team of experts in gynecology, physiotherapy, urology, and psychotherapy. With their help, we’ve reached a point of balance.”
“Healthcare systems need to maximize resources, address their inefficiencies, and personalize health pathways” explains co-founder Gaia Salizzoni. “Technology will play a crucial role in decentralizing care through home assistance, patient involvement, and remote monitoring.”
With fresh funding, Hale gears up to transform patient care, starting with a groundbreaking home-care management app. By 2024, their platform will empower clinics and corporate health plans, revolutionizing women's health across Italy and Europe.