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Sansoro Health, a specialist in data integration for healthcare, has closed $5.2 million in Series A funding led by Bain Capital Ventures.
Sansoro Health makes it easy to exchange real-time health care data between digital health applications and electronic medical records (EMRs). The new funding will be used to expand sales, marketing and operations to accelerate Sansoro Health’s vision of transforming health care IT ecosystems through real-time digital health interoperability.
Prior to the Series A investment, Sansoro Health received $1.2 million in seed funding in 2016, led by San Francisco-based investor Healthy Ventures with additional funds from TreeHouse Health and angel investors.
“Innovation in health care will drive improved patient outcomes at lower cost, and meaningful change demands modern, secure data exchange,” said Jeremy Edes Pierotti, CEO of Sansoro Health.
“True interoperability empowers health care organizations to evolve, adapt and innovate to serve patients. We could not be happier to have the recognition and partnership of Bain Capital Ventures, a leading health care and technology investor that recognizes what is needed in health care to accelerate progress.”
Yumin Choi, managing director of Bain Capital Ventures, added: “Sansoro Health solves the #1 problem for most hospital CIOs, who often have a 2-3 year backlog of systems to integrate. Jeremy has built a spectacular team with deep industry expertise, and they’ve developed an elegant solution that is far superior to anything we’ve seen in this space. Unlike other vendors that rely on limiting data formats, Sansoro offers robust integration that can cut implementation from months to days.”
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