CareDox raises another $1.2M for its medical record system for schools

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Mobile medical record system CareDox has raised $1.2 million, according to an SEC filing, bringing its total funding to date to at least $6.1 million.

The company’s existing investors include First Round Capital, Charles River Ventures, Band of Angels, and Giza Ventures.

The New York City-based CareDox, which used to be known as MotherKnows, offers its medical record system to academic institutions, linking schools with students and their parents. The solution enables health providers to access students’ immunization records, medical history, allergies, medications, and special dietary needs.

The platform syncs with the student information system, the State Immunization Registry, and providers’ EMRs. It also offers tools for nurses to assist them with enrollment, approvals, daily visits, medications, screenings, and secure messaging. Moreover, there’s the reporting module that provides analytics about student health and safety. Parents on their end get to control who can see the student’s data.

The company raised its previous round in August 2014.

[Via: mobihealthnews]