PatientKeeper raises $6 million
The Boston Globe
PatientKeeper Inc., a Waltham provider of physician healthcare information systems, today said that it has raised $6 million in capital from its existing investors, including Flybridge Capital Partners, New Enterprise Associates and Whitney & Co.
These funds will be used to support continued investment in the company’s suite of advanced clinical, charge capture and other physician-centric applications, as well as the expansion of PatientKeeper’s professional services organization.
Chip Hazard, general partner at Flybridge Capital Partners, who joined the PatientKeeper board of directors in 2009, will also assume the role of Chairman of the Board.
PatientKeeper has over 400 hospital customers across the U.S and U.K. More than 40,000 physicians are currently using PatientKeeper software.