Medtech startup plans to double headcount

St. Louis-based CuriMeta, which focuses on using health care data to help advance medical research, says it plans to double its staff this year and grow to a team of 30-plus employees.

The expected headcount growth comes as CuriMeta has started to generate revenue after spending 2023 developing its technology to provide data to customers, said CEO Davis Walp. CuriMeta in recent weeks has announced new partnerships it says expands the usage of its health care data.

CuriMeta, which publicly launched operations in 2022, uses aggregated and de-identified patient data from health systems to create datasets that life science researchers and manufacturers can use to bring new therapeutics and treatments to market. It describes itself as a “real-world health data” company and in 2022 raised $6 million in a seed funding round led by BJC HealthCare and Washington University School of Medicine.

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