Chicago-based eazyScripts, a provider of e-prescribing software for telemedicine, has completed $2 million in Series A financing through private equity firm Bluff Point Associates.
The company’s e-prescribing solution was built to address the specific needs of telemedicine providers, aiming for a user experience that’s fast and efficient. EazyScripts said its clients are saving time, increasing patient volume and improving patient and provider satisfaction.
Its user interface, striving for modernity, enables providers to begin using it without any training, and it’s adaptable to a provider’s preferences, running on desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
Providers can send an electronic prescription in a matter of seconds, the idea being that they can put a greater focus on patients’ health outcomes. EazyScripts also offers secure electronic prior authorization and medication adherence options
“This will be my second opportunity to work with Bluff Point Associates. We are very pleased that they believe in our growth potential as much as we do,” said Reed Liggin, eazyScripts’ CEO, in a statement. “We see tremendous interest and excitement among telemedicine providers for our e-prescribing platform. The availability of this funding will allow us to capitalize on market opportunities, and rapidly move forward with our product enhancement strategy.”
As part of the transaction, Bluff Point Associates Managing Director Kevin Fahey will join the eazyScripts Technology Board of Directors.
“Having worked with Reed Liggin during the funding and acquisition of his former company, RazorInsights, we are confident that his leadership will be instrumental in the future success of eazyScripts,” said Fahey in a statement. “We are very excited about this partnership and believe that eazyScripts is well positioned for tremendous growth and taking e-prescribing to the next level.”
Bluff Point Associates is a private equity firm based in Westport, Connecticut. It actively invests in the healthcare information services sector, as well as information services companies supporting the banking, trust, securities, retirement and wealth management sectors of the financial services industry