April 28, 2020
Telehealth and medical messaging startup Medici has tied off a $24 million Series B financing round.
Announced yesterday, the raise was driven by the company's existing investors: Barry Sternlicht, from Starwood Capital Group; Kenneth Griffin, from Citadel; Nathan Kirsh, from the Kirsh Group; Howard Jenkins, from Publix; and Tom Meredith, formerly of Dell.
WHAT THEY DO
While Medici's mobile...
January 7, 2019
Medical messaging company Medici announced late Friday that it will be acquiring Chiron Health, an Austin-based telehealth company. This comes on the heels of Medici’s last acquisition of health communication platform DocbookMD in November.
"These two acquisitions are really such great fits, both being doctor-driven organizations with several features that perfectly complement and fine-tune the...
November 7, 2018
Yesterday morning medical messaging company Medici announced that it would be acquiring fellow health communication platform DocbookMD for an undisclosed sum. As part of the deal Medici will now take control or DocbookMD’s technical assets, employees and customer contracts.
Both Medici and DocbookMD are Austin, Texas-based and focus on medical communications. DocbookMD, which was founded in 2008...
June 14, 2018
Today medical communication startup Medici announced that it has raised $22.4 million from executives coming from Citadel, Dell, Publix, and Starwood Capital, and other unnamed investors. The Austin, Texas-based startup is aimed at enabling asynchronous text messaging between care providers and patients.
“Medici is a communication tool for doctors and patients to collaborate on care. The best...
December 2, 2016
Austin, Texas-based Medici, a recently launched telemedicine startup, has raised $24.2 million according to an SEC filing. The company confirmed that it has raised a funding round, although it wouldn't confirm the amount or name the investors. According to CEO and founder Clinton Phillips, the funding was a private placement from 10 individuals, most of whom are CEOs of non-healthcare companies...