Electronic medical records management company Practice Fusion has made its first acquisition, scooping up 100Plus for an undisclosed amount. 100Plus, which was launched in Practice Fusion’s health tech incubator in San Francisco, previously raised $1.25 million in seed-stage funding from Founders Fund (which is also a Practice Fusion investor), Greylock Discovery Fund, Felicis Ventures (another Practice Fusion investor) and the Band of Angels. 100Plus was co-founded by CEO Chris Hogg, a health care data analytics expert formerly with Gilead Sciences, who will join Practice Fusion’s data and product development group.
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Practice Fusion, which operates an electronic medical record platform for 150,000 medical providers, has raised a $34 million Series C round of funding led by Artis Ventures. Other investors in the round include Felicis Ventures, Band of Angels, Founders Fund, Morgenthaler Ventures and SV Angel. among other institutional and individual investors. The company says it has now raised $64 million in total funding since it was launched in 2007.
San Francisco- based Ringadoc raised $750,000 in seed funding led by the Founders Fund and including Ryan Howard, CEO and founder of fasting growing physician-patient community Practice Fusion, who has joined the board of the startup. The company, founded in 2010, currently employs about 100 doctors to answer patient calls and diagnosis symptons over the [...]
San Francisco-based Practice Fusion, which provides Web-based electronic medical record management for physicians, has raised $2 million in funding from angel investors Jed Stremel (who formerly oversaw Facebook’s mobile strategy), Ali Partovi and Hadi Partovi. Practice Fusion has now raised more than $38 million in total funding since early 2009 from Founders Fund, Band of [...]