Modernizing Medicine is the latest in a string of electronic health record (EHR) companies to raise millions in venture capital.
“Apsalar paired the $9 million with a mobile ad product, but its 800 million users got the proportions all wrong. CloudCare focuses its $9 million on health technology, showing the value of careful editing when putting together a complicated look.”
Editor’s Pick The company just added a further $9 million to its $20 million series B round to vanquish ‘walking dead’ and ‘dinosaurs’ of health IT.
Health-tech companies were our biggest funding deals in a huge day of investments.
CareCloud offers cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) software that helps doctors improve patient care, increase collections, and streamline operations. It’s the latest big deal in a “record year” for digital health.
Editor’s Pick Over half of doctors in the U.S. have now ditched paper-based systems in favor of electronic health records (EHRs). Will this drive down health care costs?
According to a survey of 5,000 practicing doctors, many physicians are nervous about their ability to make money in the coming year, thanks to technology complexities, health care reform, and other issues.
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DocuTAP has raised $11.9 million from Bessemer Venture Partners for its software that streamlines workflow in urgent care clinics.
CareCloud, a company that offers a cloud-based electronic health record company, says it tripled its growth last year — helped by the U.S. government mandate that doctors be fully transiitoned to electronic records by 2014. It’s the latest example of the tech revolution hitting health care….
Guest Post In a field where handwriting notes on paper charts and managing large rooms filled with filing cabinets have been the accepted practices for decades, healthcare providers are being deluged by a perfect storm.
CareCloud, a Miami-based company that provides cloud-based practice management tools for healthcare providers, just raised $20.1 million from Silicon Valley-based Intel Capital and Norwest Venture Partners.