Digital health startup RDnote will receive a $250,000 seed investment from the Lafayette General Foundation’s subsidiary Healthcare Innovation Fund. Based at the Center, RDnote provides clients such as hospital systems with a unique nutrition care practice model to manage and customize interventions for patients at high-risk for chronic disease. The seed funding allows RDnote to pilot its product in partnership with Lafayette General Health System and accelerate growth to other Gulf Coast hospital systems.

February 16, 2017 — Read more in The Advocate