Built at Redesign Health, Harmonic Health launches for dementia care delivery

Harmonic Health, a tech-enabled dementia care platform, announced its launch today alongside a partnership with Stoney Batter Family Medicine, a medical practice with locations in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania. 

St. Louis-based Harmonic Health is a company built at Redesign Health, which helps build, launch and find funding for digital health startups. 

Harmonic offers comprehensive care-management for patients and their caregivers, including a physician-engagement platform and 24/7 behavioral, social and medical support. 

The company also offers telehealth, predictive care and educational content. 

Through its partnership with Stoney Batter Family Medicine, the company will pilot a program providing physicians and their patients with dementia screening, caregiver support and coaching, education, and referrals for community services. 

“I know from personal experience that the current situation for treating patients with neurodegenerative diseases is ineffective, unsupportive and deeply frustrating. Patients and caregivers lack support, and physicians lack the resources to provide comprehensive care,” Harmonic CEO and cofounder Jim Gera said in a statement. 

“At Harmonic, our goal is to provide that missing support and bridge the gap in care by treating each patient and caregiver with candor, dignity and empathy while focusing care specifically through the lens of the disease.”


Since being founded in 2018, Redesign has built over 50 health tech companies. Its portfolio includes New York-based children’s mental health platform Fort Health, mental health company UpLift, senior-focused digital health platform DUOS, cancer care-coordination platform Jasper Health, home-based care company MedArrive and weight management company Calibrate.

Other digital health companies in the dementia care space include Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai, which established a digital health business targeting dementia, and Singapore University of Technology and Design, which built a multilingual app for dementia prevention, dubbed Ami (an acronym for Advancing Mental Invigoration). 

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