Health Tech Firm Kyruus Raises $42 Million

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Kyruus, a Boston based health system search and scheduling solution provider, announced it has raised $42 million in new financing.

The series D round, which brings its total funding since its 2010 launch to $125 million, was provided by lead firms Highland Capital Partners and Venrock, with participation from Providence Ventures and Salesforce Ventures.

Kyruus works with more than 50 of the top 300 health systems nationwide to provide its online scheduling systems to customers. Its customers include Community Health Network, Medstar Health, Banner Health and Columbia Doctors. It already serves one in five US healthcare providers.

“At a time when disjointed point solutions are crowding the market, Kyruus’ momentum reflects the value that health systems are placing on an enterprise-wide platform that enables them to engage and route their patients to the right care within the network,” said Dr. Graham Gardner, CEO of Kyruus, in a blog post.  “We feel fortunate to have developed our solution in partnership with many of the leading health systems over the last decade and are honored to now be in a position to connect more patients to the care they need across the globe.”

Kyruus, plans to use its new funds to extend and solidify its product portfolio while also consolidating providers across the U.S. on its platform.



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