NexHealth Raises $125 Million at $1 Billion Valuation

NexHealth is a start-up that develops a real-time platform for booking for people, doctors, and healthcare developers. It is an open-data layer that helps to connect patients with doctors using such features as online booking, standardized API, messaging, and payments. As of now, NexHealth is managing records of 68 million patients.

The Series C funding round was led by Buckley Ventures. Lachy Groom, Jack Altman, Scott Belsky, Shreyas Doshi, Eric Glyman, Shahid Khan, Packy McCormick, and Rahul Vohra also took part in the round. New investments will be used for increasing a team for building new health record integrations and digitizing patient experience.

NexHealth, San Francisco, the USA, was founded by Alamin Uddin, Waleed Asif in 2017. “The problem that we’re solving as a company, for the doctors, the patients, and the developers is that there is overall a lack of innovation in healthcare. We’re building the tools and the infrastructure to accelerate that pace of innovation,” Alamin Uddin, CEO. Among its customers are SmileDirectClub and Quip, as well as large companies such as Mid-Atlantic Dental Partners and Advanced Dermatology. The unique feature of NexHealth is that the company not only plug-in to the existing electronic health record, but also extracts all the patient data that is sitting on physical servers in these offices.

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