Biotech & Health

Bethesda's Mytonomy Patient Healthcare Launches TV Channel on Roku

MBS Staff

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A video-focused, patient-engagement healthcare company based in downtown Bethesda is launching its first TV channel on the Roku video-streaming platform.

Mytonomy is expanding its services to streaming platforms, giving it greater reach beyond in-patient units at hospitals. Mytonomy believes the new access point is not only essential for patients but also helps healthcare systems and workers spread accurate information.

“We are so excited to announce the launch of Mytonomy’s first TV channel for the Roku platform which is a major extension of our Cloud for Healthcare, putting originally produced clinically-rich TV episodes onto the big screen,” said Mytonomy CEO and Co-founder Anjali Kataria.

“Mytonomy’s video-based engagement platform now enables healthcare providers to create their own TV channel on the Roku platform to educate and inform their patients and communities with accurate, trusted healthcare information that is engaging and exciting to watch.”

The techcare Software as a Service (SaaS) company uses cloud-based solutions such as its Cloud for Healthcare Customer relationship management (CRM) system. It is interactive and can be customized for patients.

Mytonomy announced on July 12, 2021, that it raised $25 million in Series B funding and said it would use the fund to continue to scale its technology globally.