Health tech startup JupiterDX to launch platform for long Covid care

Two former Northwestern students are working on a health care analytics startup aimed at better managing long Covid and other chronic illnesses, and recently secured a $500,000 pre-seed round to help their launch later this year.

The startup, JupiterDX, hopes to help patients better navigate the complex world of health care and Covid by managing their care and health information more effectively.

Led by Alex Bahram and Mason Secky-Koebel, JupiterDX is set to launch its beta version in March.


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