September 23, 2019
NexHealth, maker of a platform that allows doctors to manage online booking, billing and other patient-facing services, has brought in $4.2 million in a round led by Point Nine Capital. Rubicon Venture Capital, Scott Belsky, Josh Hannah and prior backer iSeed Ventures also participated.
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Based in New York, NexHealth offers a tool that helps practices mange their communications and...
March 28, 2018
Alongside the launch of its administrative software designed specifically for independent primary care practices, San Francisco-based Canvas Medical has announced that it has raised more than $3 million in total funding with its most recently closed round.
The latest fundraising was led by Upfront Ventures, with participation from iSeed Ventures, Village Global, and other unnamed angel investors...
June 15, 2017
Greenville, South Carolina-based ChartSpan Medical Technologies, which makes digital care coordination tools, has raised $16 million in new capital led by Cypress Growth Capital.
ChartSpan’s platform runs the gamut of practice management software, mobile patient engagement and records management tools. The turn-key service is available to health systems and ambulatory practices throughout the...
January 17, 2017
Bangalore, India-based startup Practo, which offers an app and web-based platform for people to access healthcare information and locate doctors, has raised $55 million in Series D funding in a round led by returning investor Tencent. Thrive Capital, Ru-Net, RSI Fund, Sequoia, Matrix, Capital G, Altimeter Capital and Sofina also contributed. This brings Practo’s total funding to date at about $...
March 10, 2015
Irvine, California-based practice management software company Kareo has acquired San Francisco-based DoctorBase, maker of a mobile-based patient communications offering.
DoctorBase has raised at least $360,000 to date. Kareo had raised a total of $72.5 million as of January 2014.
DoctorBase developed a tool that both helps practices find new patients as well as communicate with their existing...
October 8, 2014
Practice management software TherapyNotes.
Seventy-three percent of mental health clinicians in the United States said they would find a mobile app useful in their practice, according to a survey of 401 mental health professionals conducted this summer by Sigma Research Group, sponsored by mental health startup SelfEcho. Specifically, the 73 percent said that an app that collects and...