Mountain View-based Listrunner raised $500,000 for its newly launched app, which helps physicians stay organized while doing their rounds, according to a post from VentureBeat.
The app puts patient notes, lists, and tasks in one place so that physicians can input all information related to their patient while doing their rounds. Listrunner says its app also makes for easier handoff between care providers. It also helps physicians and care teams coordinate care by more quickly figuring out which providers are taking care of, for example, a patient's CT scan. The app, which is available for desktop and both Android and iPhone devices, can integrate data from McKesson, Cerner, Allscripts, and Epic EHRs, too.
Listrunner, which is currently enrolled in Silicon Valley accelerator Y Combinator, is free for medical students and offers several different pricepoints for hospitals.
A basic version of the product is also free, but while the pro and enterprise plans offer unlimited provider users per list, the free plan only offers 10 users. The basic version also keeps discharge data available for up to 30 days, while the pro version offers it for six months, but the data is downloadable at any time. The enterprise version offers a permanent archive of the discharge data. The plans also offer differentiating levels of analytics, checklist customization, and EMR integration.
The company is conducting a trial at 12 hospital departments including two well-known facilities in California.