Tampa, Florida-based personal health record developer CareSync raised $4.25 million in a round led by Tullis Health Investors, Clearwell Group, CDH Solutions, and CareSync CEO Travis Bond.
The funding will help the company scale its operations and invest in its sales and marketing teams.
“We began with a vision to create a patient-centered health platform that would empower individuals to own all of their data and collaborate with others to better manage their health,” Bond said in a statement. “Three years later, we have realized that goal of connecting people around a single source of health information, and plan to use this financing to quickly expand our national reach.”
CareSync's product, available on the web or on mobile devices, helps caregivers and patients keep track of medical records or medical records for family members.
The service is available in tiered pricing. If patients want to use the platform for medication reminders, appointment planning, health tracking with wearable devices, and task management, the service is free. But if the patient plans to build a one-time health history with summaries from past medical visits and medical records from providers, on top of all the free features, they pay a one-time fee of $99.
If, on top of these features, the patient also wants to get access to a CareSync health assistant, which can help with medical appointment scheduling and care coordination, they pay $19 per month or $199 for the year.
CareSync added its most recent feature -- the wearable health tracking integration -- at the end of September. The integration, powered by Validic, opened the service up to tracking capabilities with more than 80 health apps and devices including products from iHealth, Withings, FatSecret, BodyMedia, and Fitbit.