ePatientFinder nabs $8.2M Series B

by Tessa McLean
June 10, 2016
Austin-based healthtech company ePatientFinder has raised a $8.2 million Series B financing from a strategic healthcare technology investor syndicate.
The three-year-old company will use the capital to accelerate the company’s next stage of growth, which includes its Clinical Trial Exchange platform. The technology connects life-science companies with a network of physicians within clinics, hospitals and accountable care organizations that identify and refer patients for potential clinical trial enrollment.
“The successful closing of this round of funding underscores ePatientFinder’s leadership role in solving the clinical trials recruitment challenge by leveraging the trusted physician-patient relationship and EHR data,” said ePatientFinder CEO and co-founder Tom Dorsett in a statement. “Our partners and investors share our vision to address inefficiency in the clinical trial recruitment process through the use of technology-enabled solutions. The additional financing will allow us to further expand patient access to available treatment options through our platform.”
ePatientFinder plans to add additional healthcare providers and EHR partners to the exchange, further accelerating the growth of the referring provider network.
The addition brings their total capital raised to nearly $11 million.
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