ChartSpan gets $3.2M for its personal healthcare records app

ChartSpan app

ChartSpan has raised an additional $3.2 million from unnamed investors, bringing its total funding to date to $6.15 million.

The company has also announced plans to bring 300 new healthcare jobs to downtown Greenville, South Carolina, from where it will run its clinical support operations.

ChartSpan’s platform empowers patients to manage their healthcare records and information from their iPhone or iPad. The three year old start-up helps doctors and patients engage with each other through portals, mobile apps and chronic care services.

ChartSpan released its new patient engagement product suite on March 1st and has already signed more than $9 million in customer contracts.

“We have a deep love and affinity for Greenville. The State Department of Commerce, the Greenville Department of Economic Development, NEXT and Greenville city leaders have helped us every step of the way,” ChartSpan CEO and Cofounder Jon-Michial Carter said in a statement. “Our ability to expand in the downtown area of Greenville is a reflection of a remarkably strong and collaborative partnership established for businesses by NEXT and supported by the City of Greenville and the Greenville Area Development Corporation.”