Digital health tech infrastructure startup Healthie hits $16 million
Healthie, which provides technology infrastructure for virtual care and digital health companies, has raised $16 million in a Series A round led by Velvet Sea Ventures.
Other participants in the capital raise include Greymatter Capital, Watershed, Builders VC, an institutional client, and over 60 angel investors.
The startup previously raised $1.9 million in seed and seed funding.
WHAT IT DOES
Healthie provides tools that work for other companies that are implementing and scaling virtual care. Some of their services include customer management portals, electronic intake, scheduling, telehealth, billing and billing software, EHR, and mobile apps motion.
“This grant allows us to strengthen the foundation upon which thousands of digital health companies are building their customer experiences. We are empowering our customers to change the way consumers are consumed. healthcare delivery and how providers care for millions of patients, with the goal of changing patient outcomes at scale,” said CEO and Co-Founder and CEO Erica Jain said in a statement.
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