On the Record: 2018 Next List honorees Brian Harris, Owen McCarthy talk about what’s next now

In 2018 when MedRhythms co-founders Brian Harris and Owen McCarthy were honored on the Mainebiz Next List, they spoke of their desire to provide care to millions of people through their digital platform, which uses sensors, music and software to help restore nervous system functioning.

Now up to 25 full-time employees and still growing, MedRhythms raised $25 million in its latest venture capital funding round and just signed a partnership with Universal Music Group to provide “prescription music” to patients. They responded by email to Mainebiz questions. Read more

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