TreeHouse Health Adds Twelfth Portfolio Company, Reemo

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TreeHouse Health adds Reemo as the twelfth Portfolio Company to join the ecosystem.

Reemo is extremely excited to join the TreeHouse Health community. Being surrounded by other companies, leaders, and investors sets us up for continued success and growth in this space.

TreeHouse Health, an innovation center designed to invest in emerging healthcare companies and help accelerate their growth, announces the addition of a twelfth Portfolio Company, Reemo, a healthcare technology company that transforms existing wearable and home automation systems into an integrated user-centric monitoring platform for senior living providers and their members.

“We are happy to welcome Reemo into the TreeHouse Health ecosystem. They have a product and vision that has the potential to improve the life of their customers in a meaningful way while reducing cost from the system. We anticipate their continued growth during their time at TreeHouse Health,” says J.D. Blank, Managing Director at TreeHouse Health.

Reemo’s software works with exisiting wearables and was designed to reimagine the senior living experience. This is done by enabling people to use their wearables to control their home electronics by using simple gestures, while giving caregivers the tools and information to prevent falls before they happen. Reemo feels their technology will help tackle the lack of independence that often results from mobility limitations, and improving the overall quality of life for users living with a monitoring solution.

The Reemo team has been busy securing new customers and partnerships, one large partner being Samsung. Reemo’s technology integrates with Samsung’s Gear S2 Smart Watch and SmartThings technologies to control daily household activities, such as adjusting a thermostat, turning on/off lights, or locking the doors.

“Reemo is extremely excited to join the TreeHouse Health community. Over the past year, we have continued to grow beyond a great team with awesome technology into a company dedicated solely to our healthcare mission. Being surrounded by other companies, leaders, and investors sets us up for continued success and growth in this space,” says Al Baker, CEO of Reemo.

During the time Portfolio Companies spend at TreeHouse Health, they are exposed to leading established healthcare organizations, investors, clinical collaborators, payers, and other expert resources. The TreeHouse Health ecosystem offers this exposure as well as cash investment, office space, and a strong focus on business development. The Reemo team will have a presence in the TreeHouse Health space and access to the whole ecosystem.

About TreeHouse Health LLC
TreeHouse Health, established in 2013, is an innovation center that helps emerging healthcare companies accelerate the growth and development of their business within and innovative and collaborative ecosystem by providing investment and expertise. To date, TreeHouse Health has invested in twelve early-stage healthcare companies and has two Anchor Tenant relationships with Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota (BCBS). To learn more, visit TreeHouse-Health.com.

About Reemo
Reemo is reimagining the senior living experience using Internet of Things technology designed for seniors and their caregivers. Reemo was founded in 2013 with the goal to improve the home control experience for seniors and people with limted mobility. Since their inception, they’ve partnered with leading technology companies and gone through multiple accerator programs including Microsoft Ventures and Jumpstart Foundry. They are now delivering senior-friendly monitoring solutions to seniors and enabling caregivers with the tools to prevent falls and other high cost health events common to seniors. To learn more, visit http://www.getreemo.com

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