Holmusk is solving some of the hardest problems facing this generation, and we pride ourselves on the diversity and multidisciplinary expertise of our team.
We have built an exceptional team of data analysts, scientists, engineers, clinicians, and industry experts who collaborate, learn, and innovate together.
Where we are going
We are advancing the frontier of behavioral health evidence, taking our suite of proprietary next-generation disease models and digital tools to improve lives on a global scale.
Building momentum across our global offices, and continuing to push forward novel solutions for behavioral health
Strengthening our partnerships with life sciences, health systems, and payers to advance evidence generation across the entire ecosystem
Continuously growing our platform with new analytics, integrating novel types of data, and expanding our digital solutions
How we've grown
We devoted ourselves to growing a global-first company and building partnerships to drive innovation and improve outcomes at a global, regional, and local level.
Expanded our global footprint with rapid growth across Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North America, enabled by our membership in JLAbs, a premier life sciences incubator
Recognized as a World Economic Forum 2019 Technology Pioneer
Developed strong long-term partnerships with leading organizations across the world, including Janssen and AIA
Successfully raised Series A funding, led by Optum Ventures (UnitedHealth Group) and Health Catalyst Capital
Where we started
Holmusk was founded with the ambition to tackle the data poverty in health, developing new ways of using data, science, and digital advancements to address the immense challenges in healthcare.
Our journey into behavioral health began with the acquisition of MindLinc, a specialty psychiatry EHR system with gold-standard clinical workflows
Leveraging our uniquely rich dataset, we developed powerful predictive disease models and our proprietary natural language processing (NLP) algorithms
Launched our first digital solution and partnered with the Singapore Ministry of Health to pilot digitally-enabled chronic disease and behavioral health management programs