The crowdsourcing platform Crowdtilt has launched a new campaign that aims to address the issue of misinformation in the healthcare sector.
The company is taking on the challenge by creating a new “information management platform” that will “take on a much larger role in the delivery of healthcare”.
This is the same Crowdtile which recently became the first crowdfunding site to raise $100m for healthcare.
In the new campaign, which launched in September and has raised more than $2.5m to date, the company says it wants to create a “tourism and tourism content ecosystem that is not only safe, but that has the potential to be as sustainable and sustainable as the tourism industry itself”.
It is the third campaign launched by the site in the past month.
Crowdtiles previous campaigns focused on helping healthcare professionals find ways to stay in the industry, but now it is also seeking to build a healthcare content ecosystem with a greater focus on quality.
The platform aims to help healthcare professionals get paid, manage their professional lives and be able to do what they do the best.
In an interview with Business Insider, Crowdtilts chief executive officer, Alex McVeigh, said: “We’re creating a content ecosystem for people who care about their healthcare to have that content, and for us, as an organisation, to provide that content.
We’re really creating an environment for people to be able get paid for what they care about.”
This is not the first time Crowdtillers platform has become a topic of conversation on social media.
In September, the site launched a campaign called #IWokeUpInCrowdfunding, where it encouraged users to share their experiences of crowdfunded projects.
In one post, the campaign urged people to help the healthcare industry “be better”.
In response, the Health and Science Council of Australia responded with a statement that said: Crowdtiled’s strategy of crowdfunding healthcare content for the benefit of all is a new and innovative approach that will have a positive impact on the healthcare delivery sector.
It is clear that Crowdtix will be a major player in this space.
As of now, the platform has only launched its first two campaigns, and both were in the “first-tier” of crowdfunding.
However, it has now raised $1.2m to fund the first two initiatives, which have already raised more over the past 24 hours.
This gives it more credibility to attract other healthcare companies to Crowdtiling and it can also help boost its overall revenue.
CrowdTilt has already secured funding from a number of healthcare companies, including pharmaceutical giant Amgen and technology company Qualcomm.
It also has plans to use its funding to “start a new, fully-funded health content business, and we believe that the first step is to grow the community, engage with the community and reach a broader audience”.
It has already announced a partnership with health care industry giant Medigap and plans to launch a healthcare advertising campaign in 2019.
“We’ve been working hard to get a lot done, and I’m really excited about the potential of what this platform brings,” McVeagh told Business Insider.
“It’s a really great opportunity to reach a whole new audience.”