Preccelerator Program alumni company, Simplifeye Inc, a provider of SaaS platform for medical offices that connects wearables, like the Apple Watch, to existing health record software, announced that it has raised $3 million in funding. Investors in this round include SoftTech VC, First Round Capital and Felicis Ventures, as well as Semil Shah’s Haystack Fund, Joe Montana’s Liquid 2 Ventures and angels Wiley Cerilli and Ariel Poler. Simplifeye will also be teaming up with Henry Schein, a major distributor of healthcare products and services. Congratulations to Simplifeye on this success!
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Simplifeye provides a modern interface on wearable technology and allows providers to see a high-level view of every patient in their practice that is ready to be seen. It displays medical alerts and overview of appointment details. The #1 mobile experience for healthcare providers, Simplifeye connects health care providers, their patients, and their business in amazing ways via state-of-the-art consumer tech.
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