Hello Doctor has secured $700,000 in new funding from a few unnamed angel investors from Facebook, Google, and a couple of pharma companies.
The company is on a mission to bring medical records to patients’ hands. Hello Doctor’s solution connects to EHR systems used by healthcare providers to allow patients to have all of their data accessible from a single interface. According to VentureBeat’s report, the service can now interface with about half of U.S. hospitals.
Once this information is in user’s hands, he or she can decide to share it with their current primary care doctor, for instance. Moreover, if the records are on paper, the patient can photograph or scan them, and email the images.
“Hello Doctor is the first mobile solution to aggregate all of our medical data in one place – online lab results, paper records, and blood pressure trends,” said Hello Doctor CEO Maayan Cohen in a statement. “This consolidated view allows our patients and their doctors to better understand their medical condition and can save lives.”
Hello Doctor has also integrated its offering with Apple’s HealthKit so it can collect data from other apps and devices that connect to the platform.The Tel Aviv and Palo Alto, Calif.-based company has also integrated its offering with Apple’s HealthKit so it can collect data from other apps and devices that connect to the platform and display that information in iOS 8’s Health app.
Previously, Hello Doctor has taken funding from BlueRun Ventures.