The company will use the funds to grow its staff, expand nationally and build mobile tools; Khosla Ventures led the round, with participation from Drive Capital.
The feature allows for physician-patient engagement through live streaming video calls via a secure, HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing platform.
The company helps chronically ill patients gather all their records from all their doctors and put them in one easy-to-access online profile.
The functionality makes it even easier to provide real-time updates for bed cleaning status and availability, therefore improving patient flow.
The SEED Protocol solution wants to empower individuals to manage and protect their healthcare files, delivering a quantum leap over today's insecure methods.
The Redwood, California-based company is looking to make it easy, painless and even fun for patients to track and understand their medical data.
Consumers use ChartSpan's Patient Platform to manage their electronic healthcare records and information on their smartphone, tablet or computer.
The company will use the fresh capital to build the engineering, distribution, and marketing teams; it has raised nearly $3 million thus far.
The new service allows patients to complete traditional check-in forms from their phones, tablets, or computers before getting to the doctor's office.
The Harvard teaching hospital's inpatient EHR, called webOMR, is currently used in Beth Israel Deaconess' 649-bed flagship hospital and 30+ outpatient sites.