Hello 👋 

We’re thrilled to announce that NexHealth has raised $15 million in Series A funding.

We’ve raised from some of Silicon Valley’s best investors, including product-driven founders such as Scott Belsky, founder of Behance and Chief Product Officer at Adobe, and mission-driven founders such as Josh Buckley and Naval Ravikant, who back some of the world’s most innovative companies like Uber and Boom Technology.

Fundraising is not a milestone in itself. It’s a validation of our team’s tremendous efforts since 2017, building a product that has gained the trust of 25,000+ providers and 11 million patients and scaled our integrations to 45+ EHR systems.

However, our success is measured by our customers’ success. Our customers are mostly independent doctor offices and as they reopen, reliable digital patient experience tools are more important than ever.

With this new round of funding, here’s what we hope to accomplish:

  1. A more dynamic platform. Our customers love that NexHealth is customizable and user-friendly. Over the next several months, we’ll make our product even more dynamic and programmatic.
  2. More EHR/PMS integrations. We currently support a whopping 45 integrations, and we’re working to expand every day. No matter which system you use or how many, you’ll have confidence that NexHealth will support you.
  3. Universal EHR API. We’re proud to announce our new universal EHR API, which enables vendors, developers, and customers to integrate with multiple EHR or PM systems with one single API interface. Early partners like quip and DoctorLogic are building innovative solutions for patients and doctors.

We live in a world of one-tap car rides and two-hour shipping. Patients are demanding the same convenience from their doctors, but doctors and dentists lack the right tools to serve patient needs. NexHealth is the infrastructure that helps providers modernize the patient experience and developers bring more innovative solutions to market.

P.S. Check out our announcements in Forbes and TechCrunch!

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